August 9, 2016

The Mimslyn Inn


This gracious hotel was opened by the Mims family in 1931. It sits on a hill in Luray, Virginia.

We finally got around to going there for our anniversary lunch in June. Our meals were not spectacular but mine never is. I have food allergies so my dishes are plain and stripped down.

The dining room is elegant and I was delighted to see it has murals.






7 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a place! Talk about a mansion on the hill. Thanks Linda for sharing this treasure, you live in the land of treasure! Enjouy your day and I hope that you stop back again.

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  2. the murals add a touch of elegance to eat around.

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  3. That hotel looks very elegant! I love the murals too!

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  4. these murals look very much at home here!

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  5. The age of The Great Gatsby with a color way of Maxfield Parrish. Wonderful, especially given the setting. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  6. I think I could take the less than exciting food just to be there is that beautiful place. Your pictures really do give us a feel for it. genie

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