A true general store and inn nestled in the
highlands of Southwest Virginia adjoining the Jefferson National Forest and Big
Wilson Creek and located in Old Rugby Settlement which is only 3 miles from Grayson Highlands State Park and the
Appalachian Trail which makes it the closest commercial property to the park. The store and inn are also near the Mt. Rogers Wilderness
area, the Creeper Trail, and the New River. With 6,300 sq. ft. and 2.36 acres, the property also includes a 22x40 ft. 3-bay garage with a 10x10 ft.
storage room and an 8x40 ft. covered patio on the back used for music jams complete with
lighting and power. The store has a 72 ft. front porch and a 20+ parking lot. The 2nd story inn has 2 motel rooms and 2 suites with a deck on the back overlooking the trout stocked fishing Creek. Owner can live upstairs and run the business while enjoying the beauty of the property.
Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Dennis Conroy purchased the old Osborne General Store in 2015. He renovated the entire building to create the Grayson Highlands General Store & Inn with an Inn, a General Store, an Ice Cream Shop and an Eatery. In 2018, Dennis added an Amish Deli and Amish grocery section. He also planted an acre of chemical-free farm fresh produce that is sold in the store and used in the restaurant. Enjoy a stroll through his creek-side gardens and vineyard that includes 2 greenhouses.
The Inn offers two regular rooms with queen-sized beds, as well as, 2 two-bedroom suites with full kitchens and family room areas. One suite has full laundry facilities. All have access to a deck overlooking the Wilson Creek.
The General Store sells a wide range of products including fresh Amish meats & cheeses, homemade bread & salads, jams, jarred goods, trail foods, groceries, beer, wine, gasoline, propane, firewood, and household items. There is a 12 door 24ft. reach-in cooler full of your favorite beverages, dairy, and groceries. Also in stock is hardware, tools, and equipment for all your outdoor adventures, including camping, fishing, and bouldering.