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Osceola Mill Restaurant & Inn +

352 Tye River Turnpike

Steeles Tavern, VA 24476

(540) 377-6455

Osceola Mill was picked to be a cover feature Inn by National Geoghrapic Travel Magizine (August 2009).  We offer a fine dining restaurant, bed & breakfast, and also cabin rentals just a few minutes off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 27. 

Located in some the neatest scenerey in Virginia, near the Village of Steeles Tavern in the Lexington, VA area.  A mecca for things to do, especially outside!  Hiking, horseback riding, great swimming holes, waterfalls, clean streams & rivers, and Historic Landmarks.

And to top it off, we have a great restaurant (please see our reviews).  Reservations are suggested, but is always best to call ahead.  Steaks, fresh seafood and veal are our specialties.  A sample menu is on our website.

The Inn is set in a historic water powered mill (circa 1800's).  The name goes back to the builders, the Cyrus McCormick family.  It is believed to be taken from the famous Indian Chief Osceola who was notorious at that time.

Overnight guests at the B&B will find a full served gourmet breakfast in the morning.  Cabin or vacation home rentals include the Old Mill Store Cottage and wonderful Crabtree Falls Vista Vacation Home, within walking distance to the Falls.

For more information, visit: www.osceolamill.com

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