The Highland Inn

"Pride of  the Mountains" since 1904

68 West Main Street

Post Office Box 40

Monterey, Virginia 24465

Telephone: 540-468-2143

For Room Reservations please call us direct at

 (540) 468-2143.

 Find out more on our rooms and reservations pages.

The Highland inn is a featured property


Area Services

Many of our guests visit Highland County to look for property.  Homes and vacation homes draw visitors on a regular basis. The Highland County Chamber of Commerce prepares relocation information and is the first online place you may want to visit.

If you are serious about moving into this area, subscribing to our local paper of record  The Recorder is a good way to learn about the community as well as see ads for property for sale.

Here is a link to Highland County Government if you need information. The Town of Monterey does not have a website but the Chamber has information on the relocation link above, for Highland County and Monterey.

Highland County Public Schools is the smallest school district in the commonwealth averaging under 300 students in grades K through 12. It also rates highly academically and in 2010 was named a "National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence".

Other local information you may want can be found on the Chamber's Website, such as Emergency Services and the Highland Medical Center.

Our own radio station WVLS 89.7 is part of a local mountain network serving our rural area.

Looking for property? Shamrock & Stephenson's United Country is the full service Agency in the county.  They are on Main Street next to the Courthouse.  Gutshall & Associates located near the Inn on Main Street specializes in land sales and auctions. Other realtors in Bath and Highland County are listed on the Chamber website under Real Estate.

Highland County is proud to still have two independent banks serving us.  The largest is First & Citizens Bank (1929) located in Monterey, with a branch in Hot Springs and Churchville.  Blue Grass Valley Bank (1915) is located in the village of Blue Grass with a branch in Monterey.  Both survived the Great Depression which makes them very well regarded.

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