A B&B at Llewellyn Lodge in Lexington has a great in-town location, within walking distance to all restaurants, shops, museums, Washington & Lee University, VMI, Lee Chapel, Stonewall Jackson House & Cemetery and the VMI Museum. Lexington is a must-see stop for Civil War buffs. Our General's Package is a great way to soak in all of the local history. Host John is a lifetime Lexington resident. Your accommodations include blue-ribbon breakfasts from a menu, afternoon & evening beverages, and Kingsdown beds. We offer the best hiking and outdoor advice around, an in-town hiking trail, guided fly-fishing trips, Natural Bridge, canoeing, tubing, golf, horseback riding, tennis, vineyards, working mill, and antique malls close by. The Lodge has been featured in Southern Living magazine and on the Discovery Channel. Walk-ins are welcomed, hosting weary Shenandoah travelers for over 27 years.
Celebrating 200 years of hospitality, historic Rosendale has graciously hosted presidents and world celebrities. Nestled at the base of Massanutten Mountain and a seven-minute walk to Endless Caverns, Rosendale Inn promises nature, serenity, comfort, and history in abundance. "It is a green and smiling swell, A spot for happiness to dwell; It seems that Nature shapes a plan, And molds a dwelling spot for man." the poet Joseph Salyards wrote about Rosendale in 1874. We invite you to step back in time to a bygone era when life was genteel and experience the tradition of true, warm Virginia hospitality. Overnight horse boarding and single and family suites are available.
Only 90 miles from the Washington, DC metro area, South Court Inn caters to couples seeking elegant accommodations, gourmet fare, and romantic settings for a relaxing time together. All of our rooms feature king or queen canopy beds with luxurious, soft-as-silk microfiber linen and memory foam mattresses, in-room fridges with serve-yourself soft drinks, bottled water, fresh fruit, and chocolates, electric fireplaces, cable TVs, video players, and access to our 200+ DVD library. Many of our value-priced packages include one or two of our famous Memories robes that will remind you for years of your fantastic getaway at South Court Inn.
Tucked into the Blue Ridge Mountain foothills on 50 acres. We invite you into our 1916-built Virginian manor house located in a beautiful rural location half way between Lexington and Staunton. The Inn offers five guest rooms and suites with gas or electric fireplaces and private baths with double Jacuzzi tubs. The Inn?s d?cor has a relaxed winery theme with each guest room named for wine varietals native to Virginia. Roam the grounds to enjoy views of our pond, the rolling stream or our in-ground pool. Relax and enjoy warm hospitality during our complimentary early evening social hour at our wine bar.
Imagine a charming circa 1885 Inn that is on the edge and overlooks the quaint Downtown Historic District. As hoped, the ambiance of warm welcome, comfortable rooms and excellent food unfolds. A short stroll offers many dining options, intimate romantic gourmet dinner or friendly taverns with live entertainment and shopping boutiques. The local vineyards, restaurants, provide free wine tastings, free desserts, and other unique discounts with your guest pass. Private in-room massages insure your romantic escape or getaway as "unforgettable". Not surprisingly this B&B was selected as Virginia?s "2011 Guest Favorite" and "Best of the Mid-Atlantic". Stay and see for yourself!!
This 1830, lovingly restored gem rests on 7 rural acres in the Shenandoah Valley, with views of the Massanutten Mountains. The Widow Kip's is a serene and friendly home offering nostalgia and hospitality in five antique-filled bedrooms of the main house, all with original FIREPLACES and private baths. Locally-crafted quilts grace the four-poster, sleigh and hand-carved Victorian beds. Children and pets are welcome in our two restored cottages that create a charming Williamsburg-style courtyard by the house. Wireless Internet is available. Breakfast is a friendly, family-style gathering in the Dining Room, and the Common Room welcomes you with backgammon and checkers.
While relaxing in gracious Victorian comfort, you will experience the warmth of our personalized hospitality. Our B&B provides a peaceful stop on your journey to anywhere. We are located in the historic district of Waynesboro, a small town just three miles from Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive entrances and scenic Afton Mountain. We are just minutes away from numerous wineries, antique shops, museums, and recreational opportunities. At breakfast, you will discover a candlelit dining table set with silver and English china. Guests voted Belle Hearth one of the ten best breakfasts in the country on BedandBreakfast.com in 2010.
Visit our exquisite bed & breakfast with magnificent views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah Valley. Located on eight acres of quiet countryside, yet only five minutes from the heart of historic Lexington. Six accommodations (three bedrooms and three 2-room suites) all with private bathrooms, TV/DVD, 350+ thread count linens, fireplace/stove, and Pati Bannister prints. The suites additionally contain compact refrigerators, whirlpool tubs, sleeper sofas, and separate sitting rooms. For the guests' comfort and convenience, Brierley Hill has central heat/air conditioning and free high-speed Internet. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Travelers' Checks are accepted. Gift Certificates are available.
As Harrisonburg's first official B&B in Virginia's Historic Shenandoah Valley, By the Side of the Road has become a favorite lodging destination. We are located just a mile-and-a-half from downtown, minutes from JMU, EMU, and many other attractions in Harrisonburg. Guests return time and again to experience the comfort and intimacy of our well-appointed Main House Suites and private Cottages. We are an ideal location for romantic getaways with amenities including whirlpool spa tubs for two, featherbeds, gourmet breakfast, Wi-Fi, locally roasted coffee, and more. Be sure to check out our packages built with you in mind.
Built in 2008 as a small comfortable B&B, just a mile from I-81, between a cow pasture and a cornfield, with views of the Appalachians and Blue Ridge. The fenced yard has a large bird feeding station. Come inside to four comfortable bedrooms with private baths, all king beds, wifi, refrigerators and microwaves. Extensive nature art collection. Ramp entrance and elevator. Delicious breakfast. Iris has many years innkeeping experience, and John is devoted to his collection of military miniatures.Woodstock is centrally located for Civil War sites, wineries, antiquing, shopping, or for a special hot air ballooning outing.
Unwind and delight in the quiet, comfortable elegance of our 38-acre country retreat with awesome mountain views, wide-open spaces, peace, quiet, fresh air, and lots of privacy. Relax in your spacious private suite, or curl up on the porch and watch the clouds float over the mountains. When you are ready for more activity, explore our walking trails or romp in the meadows with your favorite companions -- dogs are welcomed! Fox Hill is the perfect base to explore the historic, cultural, and natural wonders of the Shenandoah Valley. Come...stay with us...experience the tranquility and beauty here in our Valley.
Relax, refresh, and renew yourself in a modern, 1991, purpose-built retreat overlooking the Shenandoah Valley from a 12-acre Blue Ridge mountaintop. Enjoy wine tasting at 27 vineyards within 30 minutes of the Iris Inn. Visit 4 Presidents' homes. Only 3 miles to Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway! Ski Wintergreen. In-room massage and Wi-Fi available.
We invite you to visit Killahevlin B&B Inn to experience Irish-style warmth and charm in historic Front Royal. We offer an "Emerald Isle" for travelers to the Shenandoah Valley. Be pampered by caring innkeepers who have taken every detail into account to make your stay relaxing, comfortable, and enjoyable. Curl up with a good book in a quiet spot, or mingle with fellow guests in the private Irish Pub. Enjoy one of our sumptuous, full breakfasts! The mansion is situated so that from the rooms, veranda, and grounds there are wonderful outlooks to the magnificent tree line with the Blue Ridge Mountains as a distant backdrop.
Lackawanna, built in 1869 and fully restored in 1988, is nestled on two acres of land between the North and South Fork of the Shenandoah River. We are located four miles from the entrance to Skyline Drive and only one mile from Exit 6 off Interstate 66. Our inn is a pristine example of Italianate architecture, which was popular during the late 1800s. The rooms are spacious and elegant with eleven-foot ceilings and woodwork and stairway of native walnut and chestnut. There are many attractions for you to enjoy during your stay. A historic downtown and fine dining, Skyline Caverns, Confederate Museum, and wineries to name a few.