Welcome to The Collins House Inn
What is your passion? Is it hiking or biking on pristine trails surrounded by spectacular sights Nature has provided? Or is it music that stirs your soul and The Song of the Mountain is in your bones? Motorcyclists—are you up to the challenge of the Back of the Dragon? Maybe you just want to ‘get away’ and treat yourself and that special someone. The Marion area and Southwest Virginia has some of the best fly fishing in the State. The Collins House Inn in Marion, VA, in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest Virginia and just off I-81, is your perfect destination. From Marion, you are ‘stone’s throw’ from both Hungry Mother State Park and Mount Rogers National Recreation Area where the highest peak in Virginia can be found—and experience the view from Whitetop Mountain. Further information regarding Smyth County tourism highlights can be found online at http://www.visitvirginiamountains.com/contact-us.html. The Collins House Inn is an ideal place for family gatherings, reunions, and retreats. We have the facilities available for small business meetings.
It is our pleasure to offer our guests a memorable and comfortable stay in our BedandBreakfast.com Diamond Collection and AAA Diamond Award-winning bed and breakfast by offering:
- Five well-appointed guest rooms, each with a private in-room bathroom!
- Wireless Internet
- Multiple common rooms to relax or mingle with friends & other guests
- A generous ‘back’ yard to soak up nature
- 2 short walking blocks to historic downtown
- STAY & PLAY PACKAGES–a favorite with guests (see our package offers)
- The Lincoln & BarterTheaters, restaurants, and shopping
- The Wayne Henderson School of Art & Music
- Excellent hiking, biking, & motorcycle trails close at hand
- Access to Lifetime Wellness Center
- Several Virginia wineries in the area
- NASCAR racing only 51 minutes away
- Lodging for either April or August NASCAR events require a 2 day min.stay
- Join us for our Marion Ghost walk down Merry Main Street Marion every 2nd Friday
- Civil War history
- Pet-free environment
- Totally smoke-free inn
- Central Air Conditioning
- A gazebo for that special occasion such as a wedding or vow renewal
Innkeepers Susan &; Mike Edwards extend an invitation to you to stay at The Collins House Inn and experience Southwest Virginia. Our guest rooms are luxurious, and our breakfasts are memorable. We are dedicated to detail and warm hospitality. You will discover The Collins House Inn is a hallmark experience and a wonderful inviting alternative to typical hotel lodging…even if you are just passing through and Marion is on the way to your destination.
Innkeeper’s Corner: New for 2017 from the Collins House Inn:
The Inn has started the Marion Ghost Walk on the Second Friday of the month starting in May. A small donation to join the walk will be donated to the First United Methodist Food Pantry. For the ghost walk mark your calendar for the following dates Sept 8, Oct 21st. Start times 7:15 actual walk to start 7:30. Donation $5.00 per person
Coming soon : “Starving Musician” pick’in & Grin’in in the Gazebo at the Collins House Inn
Farm to Table: Join us at the Collins House Inn as we put in place a special Stay & Play package that is centered around the theme of “ Farm to Table” Join us as we team with those that provide your daily foods to give you a better understanding of what “Farm to Table” really means. Farm to Table Stay & Play Package comes into play starting May 1 Thru Oct 31
The Hungry Mother Adventures Ziipline Stay & Play Package is the latest Collins House Inn Bed & Breakfast destination event to enjoy
Emory & Henry Health Science lodging special ! All new students interviewing for the next incoming class at the E & H College of Health Sciences ,the Collins House Inn Bed & Breakfast has rooms available at a Special E & H Rate. Give yourself the luxury of a good night sleep and a great breakfast before your interview. Call us DIRECT at (276) 781-0250 and reserve your place at the Inn in Marion. Check out our website at www.collinshouseinn.com but these special rates are only available if you call direct.
Government rates now available. Collins House Inn LLC is now an approved property #VA5620 as listed on USFA’s web site at http://www.usfa.fema.gov/hotel. Applicable Government rate is for single room occupancy only. Charges will apply for additional individuals occupying the same room. Breakfast charges are in accordance with travelers M & IE allowance Applicable Monday-Thursday. Please call (276) 781-0250 to book direct for the Government rate.
William, from WV left us with this memory: The poem “Sea Fever” by John Masefield ends with these lines: “And all I ask is a…quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick’s over.” You have graciously provided the pleasant accommodations to ensure that guests may enjoy quiet sleep and sweet dreams at The Collins House. Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with others!
Julie & Ian from Norwich Norfolk, UK, titled their review of The Collins House, “Simply The Best. Mike and Susan are fantastic hosts; nothing was too much trouble for them, They made us very welcome in their warm and friendly home. The house is immaculate and we thoroughly enjoyed Susan’s stories about the history of The Collins House Inn. We very much enjoyed talking to Mike, a lovely man. We have traveled to many places and stayed in many B&B’s and as the title says, this one is The Best, an excellent place to stay. Perfect. The home made breakfasts were delicious. We will fondly remember our stay here as one of the best. Thank you to our fellow travelers from Ohio-a charming group of motorcyclists with whom we spent a memorable and enjoyable weekend. We hope to see you all in the future. Thank you Mike and Susan.”
Kevin from Roswell, GA wrote, “We looked for a midway stop from Atlanta to Baltimore and were so lucky to find The Collins House. We were greeted with warm hospitality, a beautiful, spotlessly clean inn, and a marvelously comfortable bed. To say nothing about the breakfast! What a fabulous start to the new day. Thank you, Susan and Mike.”