The Belle Hearth Bed and Breakfast has just been awarded Trip Advisor’s 2016 Certificate of Excellence. Thanks to all of our past guest for making our jobs pleasant and enjoyable.
On Veterans Day we had the honor and pleasure hosting four couples who served our country proud. Two were Army, one Air Force and one Navy. We offered a free night to all veterans and active military as a way of saying thanks for all you sacrifice for our freedom.
The Belle Hearth would like to thank our many veterans, current and past. From November 10 to November 30, 2015, reserve any room, anytime, for one night get the next one FREE. Present a military ID on check in. We do have a 10 day cancellation policy. This special cannot be combined with any other specials or discounts. Thank you again for your service to our country. Call us at 540-943-1910 or reserve thru our website Belle Hearth
This past weekend we had the honor to host a guest who in 1974 was the navigator on a record setting flight from New York to London. Mr. Noel Widdifield and his pilot Major James Sullivan flew a SR-71 Blackbird jet between the two cities in 1 hour and 54 minutes, exceeding at times 2,000 miles per hour.
Coming up on July 18 at the Augusta Expo is the Annual Summer in the Valley Antique Show. The show features Country, Primitive, and Folk Art.
The Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail will present the 7th Annual Wine and Jazz Festival on June 27 at the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton. Tickets are $16 in advance or $20 at the door. Admission includes a souvenir wine glass, wine tastings from 13 area vineyards, and admission to the museum. There will be food, drinks and candy will be sold. Also there will be music and many crafters.
On Saturday June 6 is the 71st anniversary of D-day. Who would guess that this small town of Waynesboro, VA would play an important role by outfitting warships during WWII? This was a job done so well, the Company received three U.S. Maritime Commission’s coveted “M” Award to the company and all of the employees.