Aspen Hall Inn and Mendenhall's Fort

Martinsburg, West Virginia

The Aspen Hall property contains three structures from the time of the French and Indian War. The limestone blockhouse from Mendenhall's Fort is one of the last of its kind still standing. Also still standing are the houses of John Mendenhall and Edward Beeson, which were probably at one point surrounded by the "settler's fort", a wooden stockade extending from the blockhouse's inner corners. While commander of Virginia's Provincial Forces, George Washington garrisoned troops at Mendenhall's on several occasions. The property was also known as Mendenhall's Mills, since Mendenhall and Beeson supplied flour, meal and fruit to troops during the French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars. Also nearby is the Berkeley County Historical Society.

405 Boyd Avenue
Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401
(304) 260-1750
(304) 267-4270

Hours of Operation

Aspen Hall is a private home, however, the owners would be glad to take occasional visitors on tours. Please call at least 24 hours in advance. Historical Society Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. Closed on Wednesdays and all major holidays.

Berkley County Historic Society
Martinsburg - Berkeley Convention and Visitors Bureau
Visitor Experiences

Fort on Site
George Washington
Open Year Round
Park/Recreation Area