9064 Courthouse Road
Spotsylvania, Virginia 22553
This remarkable building was once a popular inn noted for hospitality. At one time, there was a large stone in front of the Inn. It had been used by the Indians to grind their corn, and has since been moved to the Dabney Farm, the home of John R. Alrich. In history, it has also served as a school, post office and tavern, and during the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, as headquarters for General Jubal Early. It was also an observation point for General Robert E. Lee during this battle.