Bed & Breakfast in Downtown Blacksburg
Clay Corner Inn warmly welcomes you and strives to extend a personalized touch to meet your needs in a small lodging environment.
Visit Blacksburg, Virginia, stroll through downtown, hike a trail, eat at one of our amazing local restaurants, take in the beauty of Virginia Tech campus, and most importantly relax knowing you are safe with us.
In downtown Blacksburg next to Virginia Tech (on the stadium, dorm and sports side), this professionally-managed bed and breakfast is the ideal place to stay. You can walk to athletic events, downtown restaurants, national and international performances, movies, bookstores, coffee shops and more. There is off-street parking, private swimming pool and an 8-mile walking trail on the next block. Hiking, bicycling, fishing, rafting, ziplines, tubing, wineries and horseback riding are nearby.
Welcome to our website! My wife and I would like to thank you for considering Clay Corner Inn. We understand that there are numerous choices of hotels in the area and appreciate you taking a moment to see what we have to offer.
It is our goal to provide an "at home" feel with all the amenities and luxuries of a hotel. Our commitment to friendly, attentive customer service is second to none, and continues to distinguish us from our competition. We promise to delight you each morning with an exquisite breakfast, and we remain one of the best values in the Blacksburg area.
If there is any way I can assist you in your travel and hospitality planning, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. Again, thank you for considering Clay Corner Inn. I look forward to welcoming you and serving you in the near future.
Owner & General Manager
All The Comforts Away From Home
"Great breakfast. Josh is a very accommodating host (and he even made an outstanding veggie breakfast for us). Bed was quite comfortable. Yummy chocolates greeted us in the room. The pool area was a nice surprise for a B&B - we had a pizza and beer in this quiet grotto location to wind down from the day."