• Welcome

    Escape from the chaos of the “real world” to the the breathtaking beauty of Virginia, and complete your getaway with lodging at a historic Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast.

    The Bed & Breakfasts of the Historic Shenandoah Valley invites you to come experience the sights and sounds of our picturesque Valley. With Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway to the east and the ageless Allegheny Mountains to our west, this area of Virginia is one of the United State’s most majestic places, rich with history and natural beauty. Explore the museums and Civil War battle sites. Take in the beauty of the caverns, rivers, hiking trails, scenic drives and more. Enjoy everything from local festivals to wineries and breweries, canoeing, golfing, downtown shopping, and live performances.

    And of course, start and end your day in the lavish comfort of one of our member B&Bs. Fuel your mornings with a hot, Southern breakfast, and rest your tired but happy head in a B&B bed. The BBHSV’s innkeepers await your arrival, ready to welcome you to the Valley. Need some assistance in planning your itinerary? Click here for a map of the Shenandoah Valley. We look forward to seeing you soon!

     

  • From Our Blog

    Wanda, Magic Honky Tonk Band headline LIVE @ the WAYNE

    - The return of Wanda Eaves Taylor and the debut of The Magic Honky Tonk Band will highlight the new LIVE @ the WAYNE on Friday, Jan. 27, at 7:30 p.m.

    Writer’s Read at EMU features Mary Baldwin University professor, poet, novelist

    - Sarah Kennedy – poet, novelist, and Mary Baldwin University professor – will appear at EMU Feb. 2.

    Jasmine Guy, Avery Sharpe Trio bring Harlem Renaissance to life

    - Step into the world of the Harlem Renaissance through words, music, and imagery with “Raisin’ Cane: A Harlem Renaissance Odyssey."
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    Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library lecture series examines entry into World War I

    - The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library’s ongoing commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War I continues with the lecture series “America Joins the Fight: The U.S. Enters World War I.”
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    Hiss Golden Messenger makes their first appearance in Harrisonburg

    - The Court Square Theater Music Series, organized by Arts Council of the Valley, continues on Wednesday, Feb. 1 with Hiss Golden Messenger.