The Oatlands Room - This spacious room has a queen size bed, large bath that includes both a claw-foot tub and a walk-in shower. The room is named after the beautiful Oatlands mansion located in Loudoun County, Virginia. Due to historic nature of the manor house, there are no elevators to the second floor bedrooms and access is only via stairways. All rooms are double occupancy. Children over the age of 12 are welcome.
The historic mansion now functions as a bed & breakfast.
- Calendar last updated:
- Jan 9, 2019
About Property Manager
Owners Chris Walker and Cliff DeVito purchased the Forest Oaks estate in 2011 and have been diligently working on restoring the property since then. It was love at first site when the owners first walked into the Manor House, in-spite of the amount of work that would be needed to bring the property back to its original beauty. The transition from their home in Phoenix, Arizona to a rural Virginia lifestyle was seamless since both Chris and Cliff were looking for a change from the desert southwest climate. The four-season climate, lush vegetation and history of the region was a natural draw. Restoring Forest Oaks has become a passion as is sharing the estate’s beauty and history with the public.
Property Manager purchased this Bed And Breakfast in 2011
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Dream Destination: You must do this!
The property will blow your mind...beautiful and magnificent. The house and antiques will amaze you. Cliff and Chris are perfect hosts. Cliff's knowledge of the property and its history will astound you. We had about 14 inches of snow while there and they negotiated us through it very well. If want a dream to come true, this is the place. We will return many times.
P.S. The breakfasts are to die for: wonderful squared.
It is hard to imagine getting better than this! Thank you Cliff and Chris!
The forest oaks inn is simply amazing....it was luxurious yet comfortable and cozy...everything we expected and more.....Cliff and Chris are the perfect hosts....the breakfast every morning was superb and the location was great because in minutes you are at the natural bridge, caverns, safari and great restaurants...and the Blue Ridge parkway is reasonably close..thank you Cliff and Chris for a memorable stay in your beautiful Inn....Rich and Susan
It was our 1st time at a B&B. We had a great time.
The is a beautiful property! The views from anywhere in the house are spectacular.
Our whole experience was amazing! Cliff and Chris were amazing hosts. We will definitely be coming back!
Charming, beautiful, historic property
I’m so glad we found the Inn at Forest Oaks. It’s one of the most charming places we’ve ever stayed. The owners made us feel extremely welcome, took the time to tell us all out the property and its history, and made everyone a delicious breakfast. The work they’ve done to restore the inn and the exquisite collection of antiques in every room made us feel like we stepped back in time. What a gem! We hope to make it back soon.
My husband and I loved our stay. The house is absolutely beautiful; it has been wonderfully restored. The breakfast was exceptional, we especially loved the frittata. Chris and Cliff were very welcoming and attentive, asking us if we were comfortable and if we needed anything. We loved getting a tour of the house and the view from the back side of the house was breathtaking.
We enjoyed the fact that our room was on the end of the house and we liked the tub and walk in shower. All in all, we greatly enjoyed every part of this experience and would definitely stay here again.
Natural Bridge and the surrounding area are teaming with history, fun and beauty. Spend a day strolling through the historic town of Lexington, hike in the George Washington and Jefferson national forest, fish in any number of streams and rivers, or spend a day kayaking or tubing on the James River. You can also visit our local Natural Bridge zoo and the Virginia Safari Park or spend time marveling at Virginia’s crown jewel, the Natural Bridge and the Natural Bridge Caverns. Once you experience the beauty and history of our area, you will want to come back again to take more in.