Things to do at The Homestead Resort:
Reservations for dining options at The Homestead can be made HERE
The Homestead is completing its $140+ million renovation. Drawing from the region’s natural beauty, the interior design will reflect a sophisticated, residential style and the new event pavilion will be a nod to the resort’s classic architecture and finishes. From the grandeur of the Great Hall to the dreamy comfort of each guest room, this charming oasis will be restored and revitalized for generations to come.
Make your dinner reservations HERE. Homestead reservations are made through OpenTable.
What is there to do at The Omni Homestead Resort? Travelers of all ages will discover plenty of indoor and outdoor activities to enjoy during a Virginia vacation at The Omni Homestead Resort.
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The Omni Homestead Resort offers some of the country's most challenging and historic fairways. Consistently ranked among the finest Virginia golf courses, our championship courses allow you to perfect your golf game on impeccably manicured greens while basking in the serenity of the surrounding landscape. Visit The Omni Homestead Resort, nestled within the overwhelming natural beauty of the Allegheny Mountains, and challenge and reward yourself with a golf experience you won't find anywhere else in the world.
Practice your swing on a driving range before heading to one of the two historic golf courses at The Omni Homestead Resort. Our championship courses have challenged Presidents William Howard Taft, Dwight D. Eisenhower and George H. W. Bush, as well as two generations of Rockefellers. Both courses have a clubhouse and offer short-game practice facilities and driving ranges. Callaway rental clubs are available.
Tee times can be booked online here or by calling our friendly and professional staff at (800) 838-1766.
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Guests may once again “take the waters” at the historic Warm Springs Pools, part of The Omni Homestead Resort. The bathhouses reopened on Saturday, December 17, following the completion of a 14-month, $4 million rehabilitation by Lionberger Construction of Roanoke, Virginia. The Richmond-based architectural firm 3North used the comprehensive 2016 Historic Structures Report as a guide to preserve these iconic structures, while working closely with Omni Hotels & Resorts and the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.
The Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Bathhouses are open Wednesday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Reservations are required and are available on the hour priced at $25 per person per 50-minute soak.
The original octagonal stone basin that held the water for bathing was built in 1761, establishing it as the first spa structure in America. Originally known as the Warm Springs Bath or the Great Bath, it was not covered by a bath house until the mid-1820s, at which point it was covered by a new octagonal frame building. A second structure, the Ladies’ Bath House, was built in the mid-1870s. The twenty-two-sided central portion stands on a circular stone wall that encloses the spring and pool. The top plate carries a faceted roof in which common rafters rise to support a central frame surrounding an oculus.
Reservations are required and may be made by calling (540) 839-3860.