Which hotel was formerly an army encampment and hospital during the Civil War?
The storied Mimslyn Inn (1931), located in Luray, Virginia, was once a haven for soldiers as an army encampment, as well as a Civil War hospital. With majestic Georgian Revival architecture, the hotel offers a glimpse into history within the lush Shenandoah Valley. Renovated in 2005, the hotel retains an authentic Southern charm, with rooms outfitted in the most modern of furnishings. Travelers can unwind within the hotel's deluxe Seasons Spa, or explore nearby attractions, including the vibrant Luray Caverns.
Travelers are made privy to 49 exquisite guestrooms and suites, boasting the sensibilities of the past and contemporary comforts. A plethora of amenities are available for supreme comfort and relaxation during one's travels. Onsite eateries are featured, with fine dining at Circa '31, serving up inventive Southern dishes, and Speakeasy Bar and Restaurant, an Art-Deco, Prohibition-themed lounge space.
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