Hinkle Hill Inn
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Hinkle Hill Inn is the perfect place for group retreats!
We have 15 beds that can sleep up to 17,
and all bedrooms have their own private full bathroom.
We have a great space to leave your crafts out weekend, or have meetings or training classes, or play games..
We have three different packages available. Call or email for details.
If you have never been to Bell Buckle you are missing out!
Make it your next weekend getaway.
Call for an appointment to come check it out!
Upcoming Events In & Around Bell Buckle
October 26 - Trick or Treat Meet in downtown Bell Buckle from 5-9:30pm. Move Hocus Pocus playing at 7:00pm.
October 27 - Halloween Tea Party at Southern Charm Tea Room 11am-3pm
November 23 - Thanksgiving Buffey at the Bell Buckle Banquet Hall
November 24 - Small Business Saturday 11a-2p
November 24 - Open House at Seasons B&B. There will be booths with cool stuff for sale
November 30 & December 1 - A Quilted Christmas Quilt Walk
December 1, 8, & 15- Old Fashioned Christmas
November 30 - Community Christmas Lighting Ceremony
December 10 - Judging of Wartrace Christmas Decorating Contest
December 13 - Holiday Mixer & Dinner
October 27 - Jack BBQ
November 17 - Tour of Homes
December 1 - Christmas in Lynchburg
Here are a few pictures from last year's Quilt Walk at Hinkle Hill Inn Retreat House
November 30 & December 1 - 11am-5pm
Back in 1982, Bell Buckle started their first ever Quilt Walk. The historic little Victorian style town is full of post-Civil War homes and for many folks visiting these homes is the highlight of the event. Private homes, each with its very own individual charm, will be showcasing not only an array of quilts but also the older, renovated turn of the century architecture.
Quilting and patchwork has attained public recognition as an art form. A stunning kaleidoscope of colors and patterns reflect the variety of quilts. You will be able to see nearly every style from the traditional all hand-sewn quilts to English batted, painted, patterned, trapunto, shadow, embroidered, machine quilted, so-called Crazy, appliquéd and probably some other creative construction. Like the architecture of Bell Buckle’s historic homes, quilts are a tangible, tactile record of life in America’s past and present.
The Quilt Walk is free to all wishing to attend. Brochures and maps will be available. Visitors can even catch a ride on Santa’s trailer if they would rather ride than walk! More information on where to pick up brochures and maps will be posted to the Bell Buckle Chamber website and Facebook page closer to the event.