Hampton Inn Winchester N/Conference Center

Winchester, VA Hotel
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Total Meeting Space500 sq. m
Guest Rooms100
1204 Berryville Avenue
Winchester, VA 22601

Hampton Inn Winchester N/Conference Center

Winchester, VA Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms3
Largest Room357 sq. m
Second Largest Room75 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms100
Singles (1 Bed)60
Doubles (2 Beds)40
Tax Rate10%


Local Attractions

Old Town Winchester

1 mi. away
Visitors discover charming shops, restaurants, and galleries, centuries-old architecture, numerous historical landmarks, and shady streets waiting to be explored.
Winchester, VA, US 22601

Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters

2 mi. away
This Hudson River Gothic Revival style house, a Virginia and National Historic Landmark, was used as headquarters by General "Stonewall" Thomas Jackson during the winter of 1861-1862.
415 North Braddock St.
Winchester, VA, US 22601

George Washington's Office

2 mi. away
George Washington used a little log building, now the middle room of the George Washington Office Museum, as a military office from September 1755 to December 1756 while Fort Loudoun was being constructed at the north end of town.
32 West Cork St.
Winchester, VA, US 22601

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

3 mi. away
The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) interprets the art, history, and culture of the great valley for which it is named. This regional museum complex in Winchester, Virginia, includes a historic house dating to the eighteenth century, six acres of spectacular gardens, and a museum designed by internationally recognized architect Michael Graves. You could easily spend the better part of a day at this museum site. Plan for about 45 minutes to tour the historic house, at least an hour to explore the six acres of gardens on your own, and another hour or so in the Museum galleries. One good approach is to experience the house and gardens in the morning, have lunch in the Museum Tea Room, and see the galleries in the afternoon. Or vice versa. The Museum Cafe is also a good place for afternoon tea. Don't miss the Museum Store during your visit.
901 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA, US 22601

Jim Barnett Park

2 mi. away
The city's largest park includes walking trails, playgrounds, miniature golf, a lake, indoor and outdoor pools, a recreation center, ball fields, basketball and tennis courts, disc golf, a BMX track, picnic shelters, a dog park, and a POW-MIA Memorial. The park also hosts special community events such as festivals and concerts. .
1001 East Cork Street
Winchester, VA, US 22601

Winchester Little Theatre

3 mi. away
The Winchester Little Theatre was organized in 1929 "...to present, produce and encourage the production, acting and writing of plays..." by a group of persons interested in providing an outlet for their artistic interests and bringing to the community entertainment and culture. The first production, Ario de Capo, was staged at Handley High School in 1930. In 1934, the first Junior Little Theatre play was given; 1939-40 brought professional directors for two plays while 1940 and 1969 saw four original plays produced. During this time, WLT produced plays in high schools, churches, motion picture houses, empty store fronts, warehouses and even an abandoned swimming pool building. World War II brought on an intermission, but in 1946 the group got together and gave a benefit performance for the War Memorial Fund. The next few years were lean, but the group kept alive with play-readings and informal presentations of one-act plays. In 1952, a full season of performances was staged in local high schools. By 1955 the WLT had found a home in the old Bark Mill, which was owned by one of its members. Here the group began to do shows in "arena" style, or theater-in-the-round. In 1974, WLT stayed on track as it moved into the old Pennsylvania Railroad freight station (circa 1895). Through the generous support of friends and patrons, the building was paid for in only three years. While early days here saw plays done in the round, a move was made toward a modified "thrust" stage with the audience on three sides of the stage; this continues to be the setting for most of our plays. The years have seen many changes in the Winchester Little Theatre; in its organization, its players, its productions and its audiences. We look with enthusiasm and anticipation to the theatrical years ahead as we celebrate our Diamond Jubilee!
315 West Boscawen St.
Winchester, VA, US 22601

Patsy Cline Historic House

2 mi. away
The Patsy Cline Historic House is on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. Patsy resided here from 1948-57, longer than at any other house associated with her in the Winchester and Nashville areas, and she returned to it intermittently until her singing career began in 1957. The house serves as a proud testament to Patsy's love of family. Her devoted and influential relationship with her mother and their drive and determination launched Patsy's career. The house, furnished with some personal items, appears as when Patsy and her family lived there.
608 South Kent Street
Winchester, VA, US 22601

Shenandoah University

4 mi. away
It takes the right mix of philosophies, academic programs and paths to create a "Yes, You Can" environment. With six schools offering nearly 90 programs of study, you can build your future foundation at Shenandoah University. That's why we believe, "If you can dream it, you can do it at Shenandoah University...Yes, You Can." Shenandoah promotes the welfare of the whole person by fostering a nurturing environment in which students learn, grow and flourish. We offer small classes, personalized attention, and a curriculum that merges liberal arts and professional preparation. Our experienced, highly qualified faculty assists students in becoming critical thinkers and lifelong learners.
1460 University Drive
Winchester, VA, US 22601

Distance from Airport

  • 9.66 km from Venue


If you make the Hampton Inn Winchester-North your headquarters on your next trip to Virginia, you'll be in good company. After all, George Washington's first office was here in our historic town. President James Madison lived at Belle Grove Plantation. The brilliant strategist and Civil War general, Stonewall Jackson, also made Winchester his home base. You may still see his headquarters and Washington's office today. Like much of the town, we've preserved both. They're just minutes from our hotel in Winchester. While you're here, make sure to explore our historic district, just 1.5 miles from our hotel. But wear your walking shoes. Our district spans an incredible 45 blocks. Once you're done downtown, don't miss our other attractions such as the Patsy Cline Historic House, the Apple Blossom Mall and the beauty of the Shenandoah Valley. It's all just minutes away. Discover the art of hospitality in the Shenandoah Valley at the Hampton Inn North.

Cancellation Policy

Cancel by 6 pm the day of arrival.

Facility Restrictions

No pets.

Additional Information

Conveniently located off I-81 and Route 7.

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