There are a few options for indoor housing this year:
Aurora Shared Room
Aurora is the Twin Oaks Community Visitor Cabin, conveniently located about a quarter mile from the conference site, about a tenth of a mile from the parking lot, and a quarter mile from the river. It consists of 6 rooms with a variety of beds and bunks in each, one full bathroom and one half bathroom, and a living room. Folks who are ok sharing with another roommate pay $35/night per person. This can be added when you purchase your registration ticket. Email us at
email@example.com if you’re traveling with one or more people and would like to room together or try and fit more than 2 people in a room. There is no air conditioning, but fans are provided.
Aurora Private Room
Folks who would like their own private room in this shared house pay $45/night per person. This can be added when you purchase your registration ticket. Limited availability! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if private room slots are full but you’d like to be on the waiting list in case of cancellations.
Local Motels and Bed and Breakfasts
If you’re interested in more traditional accommodations check out one of the local B & B’s or motels listed below:
Whistle Stop Bed and Breakfast
Loyalty Inn – 540-967-1585 – “Straight up” motel
Ravenwood Farm – 804 721 3324 – More of a guest cottage than a B & B.
The Boxley Place Inn – 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath guesthouse with lovely porch. Beautiful countryside. Contact Lezlie Hozer. ph (804) 721-3324. Email: lhozer at hotmail dot com