Member Feature: Lackawanna B&B
One of the first things that stands out about Lackawanna Bed & Breakfast is its unique name, which not only represents an American Indian tribe, but also paints it as a hub of history: “Lackawanna (a Delaware Indian word meaning ‘meeting of the waters’) was built in 1869, by Dorastus Cone who moved to Front Royal soon after the Civil War. The house was named Lackawanna when it was built; probably because Mr. Cone came here from Lackawanna County, PA, and also because the North and South Fork of the Shenandoah River meet at the end of our road” (Lackawanna B&B).
Along with Lackawanna’s rich history, you’ll also find a wealth of amenities that will make your Front Royal getaway absolute perfection. Rest easy in The Charles Suite with its queen-size sleigh bed, sitting room with a TV, and claw foot tub that’s perfect for soaking your cares away. Relax in The Rose Room’s four poster rice bed, as daylight greets your through the floor-to-ceiling window, offering an idyllic view of the Shenandoah River. Also overlooking the Shenandoah River is The J. Webster Room which provides its guests with an in-room bath and a large walk-in shower, a romantic seating area for two, and elegant décor.
Treat yourself to one of the B&B specials—Friends and Fellowship, Girlfriend Getaway, a Mid-Week Escape, or Valentine’s Day Weekend—or take a “just because” trip to escape reality for a bit. Whatever your reasoning, Lackawanna B&B awaits your arrival, ready to pamper you with everything that the historic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia offers.