The Mimslyn Inn is vintage southern hospitality at it's finest. With the charm of our warm historic building to our manicurd grounds, we are sure to find you to perfect location to say "I Do".
We have 45 guest rooms/suites in house with our Manor House and 9 cottages just a short stroll through the boxwood hedges. We offer both indoor and outdoor venues, from our ballrooms to our gardens.
Our Executive Chef, Mr. Chris Harris, will create a wedding menu that will be the talk of your guests. We offer a wide range of bar packages as well.
We provide several different wedding packages that highlight each of our many venues. From intimate elopements to grand scale weddings.
We look forward to celebrating with you!
9 Reviews for The Mimslyn Inn
Recommended by 80% of couples
Kelly · Married on 10/17/2015
I love this place! Staff has been super helpful, accommodating and kind (especially Rebecca and Sam!). All my family members from my wedding are booked here, it's beautiful. They also have cottages up the hill which are charming. I would recommend this place to others!Sent on 09/01/2015
Jale · Married on 11/03/2012
I highly recommend the Mimslyn Inn for a wedding reception. Sherri and team were outstanding and everything was beautiful, and the food delicious.Sent on 08/03/2013
Monica · Married on 11/01/2010
If you want to get out of the city, go to Luray. The Mimslyn Inn is a beautiful setting with the large colonial building high up on the hill and we loved having our wedding there last fall. With 45 historic rooms and suites, we were able to reserve the entire Inn for family and friends. We never had to leave the site, we had our ceremony in the Blue Ridge Ballroom and our reception in the Circa '31 Dining Room, all in one place. It was gorgeous with the beautiful blue ridge mountains in the background. The Inn's general manager and staff couldn't have been nicer and accommodated all of our needs. We even had an after wedding party downstairs at the Inn's Speakeasy bar, it was great. Thanks again Mimslyn.Sent on 08/11/2011