Fort Lewis Lodge and Farm

A 3,365-acre mountain retreat offering outdoor activities & seasonally inspired cuisine.

4.9

A 3,365-acre mountain retreat offering outdoor activities & seasonally inspired cuisine.

4.9
The Pavilion and outdoor fireplace
Fort Lewis Lodge Cabin in wooded area
Kayaking on a river with trees in the background
Fort Lewis Lodge exterior- barn and silo in the trees
Fort Lewis Lodge Exteriors hiking
Fort Lewis Lodge vista
Fort Lewis Lodge River Fly Fishing
Biking down a gravel road
The John Lewis Cabin
A look inside The Charles Lewis Cottage
A look inside The Andrew Lewis Cottage

The Basics

SELECT REGISTRY MEMBER SINCE 1991

A country getaway set on a 3,365-acre mountain estate. The property offers river access for fly fishing and canoeing and miles of trails for hiking and biking. Soak in our wood-fired sauna by day or sit fireside in our pavilion by night. Family-owned for over 30 years, Fort Lewis is also a working farm, where produce is grown and the pastureland is used for grass-fed cattle. Your stay includes a seasonally-inspired breakfast and dinner.

At a Glance

  • Fireplaces
  • Cabins/Cottages
  • Restaurant On-Site
  • Mountain Retreat
  • Water Views
  • Hot Breakfast
  • Gardens
  • Outdoor Activities

In the Know

  • Kayak, swim or float down the 3-miles of private river frontage running through our property

  • Enjoy a farm-fresh dinner and breakfast - both are included with your stay!
  • View the night sky from our stargazing platform

Stay for the Story

A 3,200-acre mountain farm crossed by the famed Cowpasture River carving out a classic swimming hole. Take hiking trails to faraway vistas, flyfish for trout, tour the vegetable gardens, go birding, or maybe just take five.

Sip & Savor

Here are a few things to sip & savor when you visit…

A few steps from the Lodge is the magnificently restored 19th century Lewis Mill Restaurant
Healthy and beautiful food that’s good for the body and soul
Sip on local cider made from apples sourced in the mountains of Virginia

See & Do

Here are a few things to see & do when you visit…

Hike to the top of Hickory Loop Trail

Swim in the historic Warm Springs Pools
Take our bikes for a ride up to the Coursey Springs Fish Hatchery

Guest Reviews

We've visited the lodge on two previous occasions and were impressed with the beautiful and well-kept grounds, clean and comfortable accommodations, and friendly staff. So impressed, in fact, that we rented out all of their rooms this week for an event with friends and family. Could not have been happier with the decision. Stunning views, good food, lovely people.

- James O'Leary

This is my third trip to Fort Lewis Lodge. It’s a wonderful place that I recommend to everyone. We stayed in the lodge this time and paid a little extra for the adjoining bedroom. It was worth it to have the extra space for our luggage. The service and food were outstanding as usual. Everything about it is peaceful.

- West Cobb

We are so glad we found this little piece of paradise. We had the most relaxing couple of days exploring the property and surrounding area. The room was cute and cozy. The best part of our stay was the AMAZING food and friendliness of the people. Would love to come back!

- Malia Gardner

We just finished our 3rd trip to Fort Lewis. It was amazing. If you want to get away and relax, Fort Lewis is just the place. The grounds are beautiful, lots of walking trails and a beautiful river to swim in, fish or even kayak in.Some of my favorite things to do are to visit the cows, go birding, or sit by the crackling fire. The rooms are beautiful...See More

- BB

Sad we had to leave, can't wait to go back! It's the "Yellowstone Ranch of Virginia" in my opinion. Only a few hours from northern VA, but feels a world away in unspoiled nature. There are stunning scenic views, great food, friendly staff and beautiful rooms on a working cattle farm. Truly a place where you can disconnect for the better.

- Jim Capps

Rooms & Suites

# of Rooms: 23

Room Amenities: Air Conditioning, Hair Dryer, Alarm Clocks, Antique Furnishings

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For information on ADA accessibility for the facility or its rooms, please contact the property directly.

Policies

Smoking Policy: Outside Only

Family Friendly: Yes

Food & Wine

Meals Offered: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch

Special Diets Accommodated: Yes

Restaurant on Premises: Limited to Overnight Guests

Dining Amenities: Complimentary Early Coffee Tea, Complimentary Evening Hors d'oeuvres, Evening Cocktails, Picnics Available, Special Diets Accommodated

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Guest Services

Internet Service: Wireless

Front Desk/Security: Business Hours

Corporate Rates: No

Inn Amenities: Hot Breakfast, Cabins/Cottages Available, Free Onsite Parking, Full House Rental Available, Gardens on Property, Green Environmentally Friendly, LGBTQI+ Friendly, Meeting Space Available, National Historic Registry, Restaurant On Site, Weddings & Events Available, Wine/Spirits Available

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Business Travel & Meetings

Meeting Types: Business Meetings, Retreats

Meeting Facilities: Yes

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Location Type: Mountains, Ranch Farm, Rural, Waterview