Virginia Shenandoah Valley Bed and Breakfast Inns
1
Apple Blossom Inn
— New Market, VA
$150
2
1790 Rosendale Inn
— New Market, VA
Reflecting a genteel life and the... Read More
  • 5 room(s)
$105 - $140
3
Jordan Hollow Inn
— Stanley, VA
Nestled in the foothills of the... Read More
  • 20 room(s)
$190 - $300
4
Frederick House
— Staunton, VA
Guest bedrooms and suites, some... Read More
$155 - $259
5
Woodward House on Manor Grade
— Front Royal, VA
  • 7 room(s)
$155 - $259
6
By the Side of the Road
— Harrisonburg, VA
By the Side of the Road is a... Read More
$159 - $299
7
The Ruffner House
— Luray, VA
This 23-acre estate offers scenic... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 6 room(s)
$98 - $150
8
Widow Kip's Country Inn
— Mount Jackson, VA
This restored homestead with its... Read More
  • 5 room(s)
$65 - $85
9
The Inn at Gristmill Square
— Warm Springs, VA
The inn consists of five restored... Read More
  • 17 room(s)
$85 - $125
10
The Inn at Narrow Passage
— Woodstock, VA
This log inn has been welcoming... Read More
  • 12 room(s)
$155 - $175
11
The Omni Homestead Resort
— Hot Springs, VA
  • 506 room(s)
$155 - $175
12
The Inn at Vaucluse Spring
— Stephens City, VA
Set amid 100 scenic acres in... Read More
  • 15 room(s)
$145 - $295
13
Inn At Old Virginia
— Staunton, VA
$140 - $225
14
Piney Hill
— Luray, VA
  • 4 room(s)
$119 - $189
15
Nancy Shepherd House
— Winchester, VA
  • 4 room(s)
$119 - $189
16
Warm Springs Inn
— Warm Springs, VA
  • 18 room(s)
$119 - $189
17
The Cottage at Ravens Roost Farm
— Luray, VA
Enjoy a stay at a quaint country... Read More
  • 1 room(s)
$175 - $185
18
Hotel 24 South
— Staunton, VA
  • 124 room(s)
$132 - $239

Virginia Shenandoah Valley Bed & Breakfast Inns

This valley is perfect for history buffs and nature lovers. More than 2000 "military events" were recorded in Virginia during the Civil War. Visiting important sights is easy using the Shenandoah Valley "Alley of Invasion" map (visitshenandoah.indigofiles.com/…). Half of the fun in the Shenandoah Valley is underground at Luray Caverns (luraycaverns.com) where visitors can hear the world's only Stalacpipe Organ. It doesn't matter if it's raining or snowing outside for those who venture into the depths of Shenandoah Caverns (shenandoahcaverns.com), the only cavern in Virginia with an elevator and no stairs to climb. After going deep into the ground, go high into the sky on the Skyline Drive (nps.gov/shen/planyourvisit/…). Families will want to keep their eyes open for deer, black bear, and wild turkeys as they drive along the 105 miles of road with 75 overlooks (there are four entrances so visitors do not have to drive all 105 miles). A day of sightseeing can make anyone hungry so stop by the Route 11 Potato Chip Factory (rt11.com) and watch the tasty snacks fry up Monday through Saturday, 9am-noon. Be sure to purchase some bags of the kettle chips to wash down with wine from one of the local wineries.

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