The superb location and excellent facilities of the resort make it an ideal destination for those interested in tennis, shooting, fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, skiing, carriage rides, swimming, and more. It is also possible to take falconry lessons to learn about hunting.
Together with the Lake Michigan Resort, the Homestead is a great destination in winter, renowned for its superb facilities for winter outdoors.
The Homestead in Virginia allows its guests to choose from 508 renovated rooms and suites, featuring traditional furniture, floral draperies, and patterned carpets. Wall coverings in floral designs provide the insight into the history of this renowned resort, and tapered poster headboards and upholstered chairs create the charming and comfortable atmosphere of the luxurious accommodations. Each of the resort's guest rooms has a private bath with heating, lighting, modern sinks, and traditional porcelain that helps to improve the look of the historic hotel in Virginia. Some of the resort's amenities include the exclusive scent of Mountain Laurel, Mountain Mist, and Allegheny Mountain Wildflower.
In-room amenities at the Homestead in Virginia feature cable TV, lodgenet with video games and movies, high-speed Internet access, voicemail, a safe, refreshment center, wine glasses, feather pillows, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, express check out, and daily maid service. Available in each of the hotel's wings and sections, including the Garden Wing, the Main Section, the West Wing, the East Wing, and the resort's trademark - the Tower, are a wide selection of Deluxe and Superior accommodations and one-bedroom suites, offering a cozy atmosphere for hours of relaxation.
Some of the hotel facilities include five restaurants, three bars, three golf courses, twelve tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, health club and spa, salon, massage, game room, children's programs, shopping arcade, babysitting, laundry service, and concierge.
The Dining Room of the Homestead in Virginia offers excellent continental cuisine with an extensive list of menu items to choose from. Among other dining venues are the 1766 Grille, Sam Snead's Tavern, and the Casino Club Restaurant. In summer, golfers can take advantage of the Cascades Club Restaurant, while the Mountain Lodge Restaurant is a great option in winter.
Located less than 70 minutes from Roanoke Regional Airport, and some 25 miles from Clifton Forge, the Homestead in Virginia is an easily accessible destination all-the-year-round. With its enviable reputation dating back to 1766, the renowned golf and spa resort has played host to such world-famous personalities as Presidents Wilson, Jefferson, Truman, Hoover, Carter, Reagan, and Eisenhower, and such celebrities as Henry Ford, Lord and Lady Astor, and John D. Rockefeller.