An Historic Virginia Bed & Breakfast


The Shirley Room

This charming room is named after the historic Shirley Plantation located on the banks of the James River in Charles City County, Virginia. The room has an antique full-sized bed and an en suite bathroom with original fixtures including an antique claw-foot tub/shower combination.

The room overlooks the estate’s bucolic pastures and has spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Room Details

Full Bed
Private En Suite Bath
Antique Claw-Foot Tub/Shower
Blow Dryer
Individual Control Heating/Cooling
Antique Décor
Luxury Bedding
Complimentary Soaps, Shampoo & Lotion
Ample Supply of Towels and Bath Cloths
Wireless Internet
Stunning Views of Blue Ridge Mountains and Estate
Amazing Sunrise Views

Room Policies

Rooms are for Double Occupancy Only
Guests Must be 14 years or Older
No Pets Permitted in Manor House


This is a 2nd-floor room and is not accessible to guests with mobility limitations.

Nightly Rates

High Season | Apr 1 – Jan 5
$129 Fri – Sat
$109 Sun – Thu

Off Season | Jan 6 – Mar 31
$109 All Nights

Video Tour

Take a video tour of The Shirley Room at The Inn at Forest Oaks, and check out our YouTube Channel for more professional videos of the rooms and property.

Video Credit
Rettig Co Photo & Films

While Our Guests, Enjoy...

A hearty breakfast in our stately Dining Room overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains (Gluten-Free, Vegetarian and Vegan options available upon request).

A game of pool in our Billiards Room featuring an original 1898 Brunswick Billiard Table.

Relaxing on our majestic Rear Portico marveling at unparalleled views of the Virginia countryside and Blue Ridge Mountains.

Strolling the estates beautiful grounds and fields.

Shopping in our Tavern Lane Antiques Store for antique furnishings, lighting and vintage costume estate jewelry.

Sampling fresh baked goods from our own on-site bakery including pies, croissants and breads.

Relaxing or Reading a book in one our many beautiful Common Areas.

We are located next to the Natural Bridge State Park where you can enjoy hiking and learning about our special connection with Thomas Jefferson.

Also enjoy history, hiking, kayaking, fishing, biking, viewing exotic animals all at nearby parks, towns and attractions.