The Ashford Inn is named for Colonel John Ashford, who fought and was wounded on the front lines at Bull Run, Gettysburg, and Petersburg during the war between the states. Colonel Ashford turned in his regiment to General Grant at Appomattox and returned home to Clinton shortly afterwards. The Colonel and his wife Elizabeth raised their family in this lovely home and were responsible for many of the renovations to the house that exist today. The Ashford Inn has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the Dept. of the Interior as part of the College Historical Project and was featured in the April 1997 issue of Colonial Homes Magazine. We offer six guest rooms with private baths. The Ashford Inn offers dinners with advance notice. We also have full liquor license and bar on premises. The inn has free high speed wireless internet,free parking, and offers government and military discounts.