There are lots of local places to stay and eat near Lake Rawlings.
At the Lake
Lake Rawlings Cabins
Cabins are available for rent on-site. All cabins are air-conditioned, and have running hot & cold water, showers, TV, refrigerator, electric stove, small dining table with chairs, etc. Cabin rules include no smoking, no pets and no dive gear inside cabin. Cabins can accomodate 1-6 cabin campers. Linen not provided!
A reservation is required to rent a cabin during any season. They go fast so book early!

P&E Concessions
Pat and Ed bring their expanded breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu to Lake Rawlings on weekends. Good food at a great price. Eat with Pat and Ed and have extra time for diving with your friends, taking the worry out of what to do about lunch at the lake.
They will be avaiable Fridays 2:00-7:00pm, Saturdays 7:30am-7:30pm, and Sundays 7:30am-1:00pm.
Bed & Breakfast
Brunswick Mineral Springs Bed & Breakfast
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The exquisite mansion house was built in 1785 as the mainstay for a tobacco plantation. In 1995, the innkeepers, Dave & Nan Spears, purchased the property and turned it into a beautiful, idyllic setting for their B&B; guests. There are few rules: children over 16 years of age accepted; pets accepted with prior permission. The ambiance, lavish meals and pampering are worth the trip!

Directions from Lake Rawlings:
Take Route 629 east to U.S. 1, turn left. Go north on U.S. 1 (about 1.2 miles), and turn right on Route 712, going past the Nottoway Motel/Restaurant. Go approximately 13 miles on Route 712 towards U.S. 58 (Slip-In Convenience Store & gas station on left side of road). Stay on Route 712 and go across U.S. 58, and travel approximately 2 miles to Western Mill Road, turn left. Go 0.2 miles and look for the B&B; entrance on the left.
Three Angels Inn at Sherwood, A Bed & Breakfast
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A Victorian Style Farmhouse bed and breakfast located amidst 65 rolling, hillside acres, with large 200-year-old oaks, woods, and pasture in Southside Virginia.
Directions from Lake Rawlings:
Take Route 629 East to U.S. 1. Turn left on U.S. 1, and go north about 1.2 miles; turn right on Route 712, going past the Nottoway Motel/Restaurant. Next, take I-85 south to exit 28 (Lawrenceville exit), and turn left at the stop sign on U.S. 1. Go about one mile to the flashing caution light (Route 46), and turn left. Follow route 46 into and through Lawrenceville to U.S. 58 West. Take US 58 past McDonald’s (approximately one mile), and turn right onto Route 681. Three Angels is less than 1/4 mile on the right.
The Grey Swan Inn Bed & Breakfast
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615 South Main Street, Blackstone, VA 23824

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Remarks: Circa 1902, this Southern-style home was completely renovated for comfortable 21st century living while retaining the original features that make the house distinctive. A full breakfast is served in the dining room after 7 am. Wireless internet is available. The Grey Swan Inn is a non-smoking inn; guests are invited to smoke out-of-doors. Reservations may be made online or by calling call Jim and Christine Hasbrouck, owners and innkeepers,

Directions from Lake Rawlings:
Take Quarry Lane to Rt. 629, turn right. Take Rt. 629 about 2 miles to Baskerville Mill Road (Rt. 610), turn right. Take Baskerville Mill Road to Rt. 40 (approximately 5 miles), turn left. Take Rt. 40 west into Blackstone. Turn left on Main Street, and begin looking for the Grey Swan Inn on the right after going through a series of traffic lights. The inn is approximately 20-miles from Lake Rawlings.
Hotels & Motels
Comfort Inn