Fans of the 1970s television show "The Waltons" will get a chance to stay in a replica of the TV family's Great Depression-era farmhouse when a bed-and-breakfast modeled on the set opens later this month in Schuyler, Virginia.
The real family "The Waltons" was based on, the Hamners, lived in Schuyler in Nelson County.
John & Olivia's Bed & Breakfast is located near the Hamner House, the boyhood home of "The Waltons" creator Earl Hamner Jr., according to WSLS-TV.
John and Olivia Walton are the head of the Walton TV family.
The new inn features five bedrooms and five bathrooms, and was designed after the famous Waltons house, barn and sawmill set on the backlot at the Burbank Studios in Burbank, California.
Goodnight John-Boy, goodnight Jim-Bob... Goodnight everyone! https://t.co/RYbKddVOgn— WSLS 10 (@wsls) October 10, 2019
The inn's grand opening is scheduled for Oct. 26 and former Waltons cast members are expected at the event, including Judy Norton, who played Mary Ellen, Kami Colter, who played Elizabeth, and Erin, played by Mary McDonough. WSLS reported Jon Walmsley and Eric Scott, who played Jason and Ben, respectively, are also on the guest list.
"The Waltons" ran for nine seasons from 1972-1981 and then inspired six made-for-TV movies.
Any true Waltons fan remembers the program's famous closing lines when the family says good night to each as the credits roll. "Good night, John Boy. Good night, Mary Ellen."
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