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Enjoy these overnight and weekly rental accommodation located just .2 miles off the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway near mile marker 214. Cozy up to the fireplace, or sit in a rocker on your own private deck and enjoy the mountain view while watching birds,...

A Shepherd's Rest is a 3 unit complex with 2 suites separated by a breeze way and a small office and one story house. Each has two rooms: a full kitchen (full size oven/stove and fridge, dining room and living room combination as well as a separate...

Welcome to Abby's Restaurant! We are glad you stopped by. Whether you are hungry for a great home cooked meal orjust stopping by for your favorite drink, Abby's is the place where everyone has a great time. When are you going to stop by?...

Organic, Fused & Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oils from around the world. Balsamic Condimentos Aged up to 18 years from Modena, Italy. 40 varieties! Endless combinations! Visit our tasting gallery. Monday - Saturday 11am - 6pm, Sunday 2pm - 6pm....

Featuring a full convience store including tasty Krispy Kreme Donuts. Offering Exxon gasoline and America ATM. Open early-Open late. OPEN 365 day a year....

Located in the middle of Virginia's beautiful New River Valley, our Christiansburg location is convenient to what makes this region so desirable. Just minutes from the New River, you can find great boating or fishing. And more scenic beauty can be found in many of...

HOURS 12 PM to 5 PM :  Our New Children's Library Showcases Achievements of African Americans. Photos, Stories and Memorabilia tell a History of African American Education in Wythe County. Free Admission, Donations Appreciated A non-profit community organization was established in 2000 to preserve the...

HOURS 12 PM to 5 PM :  Our New Children's Library Showcases Achievements of African Americans. Photos, Stories and Memorabilia tell a History of African American Education in Wythe County. Free Admission, Donations Appreciated A non-profit community organization was established in 2000 to preserve the...

1750, Samuel Black purchased 600 acres of land in Drapers Meadow, but never inhabited the land. When Samuel died, his land was split between his two sons, William and John Black. In 1798, William Black set aside 38 acres of his land to establish the...

1750, Samuel Black purchased 600 acres of land in Drapers Meadow, but never inhabited the land. When Samuel died, his land was split between his two sons, William and John Black. In 1798, William Black set aside 38 acres of his land to establish the...