The bathroom at the Summit Restaurant in Christiansburg, Virginia reflects the opulence of Victorian times artfully combined with modern amenities. With ceilings stretching to nearly ten (10) feet in height and a goldtone theme, these bathrooms are truly elegant. Guests of the Summit frequently comment that the bathrooms are so beautiful that they would like to move right in.
The ladies’ room boasts a marble top table, and a gilt plaster framed mirror that was created near the time the home was built in 1888. Brass handicap railings and solid brass fixtures continue the gold theme. The gentlemen’s room has a window that looks out on the trees that line the property and displays a highly decorative marble topped table.
Spaciousness and privacy are featured in both rooms, each room seating one guest only. Speakers and silent ventilation add to the atmosphere. The wallpaper is detailed and reflects the Victorian period. A Egyptian papyrus print in the gentlemen’s room fits the decor to textural perfection.
Come to the Summit and experience the elegance of the tastefully appointed dining rooms and sumptuous food, and not the least the noteworthy bathrooms.