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Osceola Mill Information

Description

The Osceola Mill Circa 1849 Water powered mills were very important to the Shenandoah Valley during the 1800s. Significant drops in stream elevation made for ideal conditions. The Osceola is one of seven mills on the Marl Creek. Only two remain standing, The McCormick Farm Mill on the upper part of Marl Creek and the Osceola Mill on the lower. Both mills were part of the McCormick estate. The Osceola Mill, named for the indian chief by McCormick, remains structurally intact with massive hand hewn chestnut beams. The Fritz water wheel as seen above, is thought to have replaced the original wooden wheel. The Osceola Mill operated as a working mill until 1969 by the Brubaker family, and provided stone ground products for sale. Hurricane Camille ended its long history as a working mill in 1969. The Mill was then renovated into a home and later an Inn. Many of the original mill works still remain, including the massive overshot waterwheel. The Daly's hope to have the wheel turning again soon.

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Restaurant
  • Weddings & private parties
  • Breakfast served in restaurant

Parking

  • On-site parking
  • Free parking

Dining

  • Cooked breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Free breakfast
  • American breakfast
  • Gluten-free options

Activities and Experiences

  • Fine dining
  • Fishing
  • Fly fishing
  • Mountain biking
  • Antiques & fairs
  • Wine tasting
  • Backpacking
  • Mountain sports
  • Hiking

Accessibility

Wheelchair ramp available to Mill Store Cabin and main dining area only.

Policies

Check in: 3:00 PM till 11:00 PM
Early check-in available on request
Check out: 11:00 AM
Late check-out available on request
Child Policy: No preference
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pets: Pets by arrangement
Accommodation type: Bed and Breakfast
Booking Terms and Conditions

 

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