Our Virginia bed and breakfasts located in the Shenandoah Valley offer you the opportunity to relax and indulge in renowned Southern hospitality. You’ll find friendly and experienced innkeepers dedicated to assuring your comfort and assisting you in planning your days of exploring.
Brierley Hill Inn was built in 1993 as a quiet Shenandoah Valley haven for the weary traveler and a romantic getaway from the workaday world. Named for the antique clock that graces the entryway, this lovely Lexington, Virginia inn is the epitome of laid-back luxury and Southern grace.
Welcome to our meticulously preserved circa 1790 home located just minutes from Harrisonburg’s historic downtown. Come be pampered and make your visit to Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley memorable with a stay in one of our romantic and well-appointed suites or luxurious cottages.
Welcome to Fox Hill Bed & Breakfast Suites located halfway between Staunton and Lexington, Virginia, offering either B&B Suites or Kitchen Suites. We invite you to unwind and surround yourself with the beauty and peace of our 38-acre country retreat. Fox Hill Bed & Breakfast Suites has been recognized as a favorite pet friendly “doggie destination” in the Shenandoah Valley by Hampton Roads Magazine.
Historic Lodging on the Shenandoah River
Site of Indian attacks in the 1740s and Stonewall Jackson’s campaign headquarters in 1862, the inn welcomes travelers along the Old Valley Pike (Rt. 11), two miles south of Woodstock, Virginia.
Queen beds, private baths, fireplaces, and free Wi-Fi. Hearty breakfasts by the fire. Five wineries within fifteen minutes. Restaurants, antiques, hiking, Civil War battlefields nearby, and a stone’s throw to excellent fishing!
Located on 2 peaceful country acres just outside the town limits of Luray, VA, we offer 2 private luxury cottages, as well as 3 guest rooms in the main house; a full country-style breakfast is served daily. Minutes from the world-famous Luray Caverns and Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive. Explore the many local wineries, as well as brew houses and distilleries, or add horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking and tubing on the Shenandoah River to your Shenandoah Valley adventure.
We hope you will consider us as your home base while exploring the Shenandoah Valley!
Experience rustic elegance in this lovely log and timber home, offering three guest rooms each with private bath, on 20 private acres located above the banks of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. Enjoy breakfast on the expansive deck or in the cozy log cabin dining room. Explore all the region has to offer: historic battlefields, caverns, wineries and breweries; hike to the top of the Bluff for views of the Allegheny and Massanutten mountain ranges; or go for a relaxing float on the North Fork.
Romantic Timber Frame cabin rental bordering the Shenandoah National Park in Luray. Experience love, life and laughter in a rare and authentic timber frame cabin. Discover an ambiance defined by solid oak exposed beams, hand crafted joinery and “old world” décor; you’ll be charmed by our unique timber frames and idyllic surroundings.
Located in Luray, Virginia, the Victorian décor of this home reflects the era in which it was built. Nevertheless, all furnishings are there to be used by our guests; our goal is to make you feel like a part of the family and to be right at home (though we will pamper you like royalty). The Sunroom has a more contemporary feel and is where 24/7 coffee, tea and snacks are located along with a bunch of comfy chairs.
Tucked into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains on 50 picturesque acres, we are ideally situated midway between the country’s “Best Small Towns” of Staunton and Lexington. Guests can visit many of the area’s attractions such as Crabtree Falls and the Blue Ridge Parkway, historic Lexington, charming Staunton, renowned Shenandoah Valley wineries, The Virginia Horse Center, and Natural Bridge all of which are within 20-30 miles of our property.
Hosts Betty and Bob Luse welcome you to their 1830 restored Victorian homestead. Located in the charming town of Mount Jackson, we are nestled on 7 rural acres that offer a birds-eye view of the Shenandoah River. The many splendors of the Shenandoah Valley, George Washington & Jefferson National Forests, and Massanutten Mountain are within minutes of this serene hideaway.