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Shenandoah Valley Articles
Showing 16-30 of 30 Resorts and Lodges
Make it an unforgettable Virginia vacation at The Omni Homestead Resort amid the four-season splendor of the Allegheny Mountains. Reserve one of several affordable Virginia vacation package options – ranging from golf getaways to spa escapes, romantic retreats, and family adventures. The award-winning golf and spa facilities provide access to... more
Massanutten is a four season resort located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley with phenomenal nearby golf and downhill skiing. Take a swing at the Mountain Greens course, an 18-hole Championship course located near the top of the mountain or putter on by the Woodstone Meadows course, a nine-hole executive course located at the bottom. Hike... more
Get off the beaten path and relax at the tranquil Willow Haven Cabin. At Willow Haven you'll experience a setting that is not only relaxing and calming but free from disturbance. The comfortable and cozy bedrooms feature comfortable bedding, antique furniture and some even fireplaces! Cuddle up with a book, go fishing on the creek or just enjoy... more
National archives hold the history of a nation the way Stonewall Jackson Hotel captures the spirit of the Old South. This Historic Hotels of America member has undergone top-to-bottom renovations to convert its grand ballroom and historic guest room wing into a post debutante-ball beauty! Special events, festivals, and historic treasures are in... more
The Osceola Mill Country Inn, with the Mangus House and cottages, represents an ideal adaptive use of the largest of the seven mills (of which but two remain, at the source and mouth) of Marl Creek. This rustic yet elegant bed & breakfast is nestled in the Shenandoah Valley near the Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, Virginia Horse Center,... more
From its impressive white columns to the scenic background of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Mimslyn Inn has long been delighting its visitors with the grandeur of colonial taste and style, reminiscent of the Old South. Enjoy the Mimslyn's elegant ambiance and its 14 acres of lawn and formal gardens. Here, you'll find genuine Southern hospitality... more
The Hotel Strasburg will sweep you back to romantic Victorian times in the oldest settlement in the Shenandoah Valley. Tastefully decorated with many antique period pieces of furniture and an impressive collection of art, our guests are invited to wander through the inn's dining rooms and quaintly renovated sleeping rooms (some with Jacuzzis).... more
Anchored by a 200 year old manor house, The Inn at Vaucluse Spring offers four different guest houses set on 100 acres with a magnificent view of the Shenandoah River Valley and The Blue Ridge Mountains. Named for the ancient limestone spring on the property, the Inn is close to Civil War battlefields, antiquing, canoeing and many other wonderful... more
Fort Lewis Lodge is a rare combination of unpretentious elegance and exceptional comfort with a variety of lodging choices where every room has a view. Located on a vast 3200 acre estate, one of Virginia's most beautiful rivers, The Cowpasture, supplies our "swimming hole". Bass fishing is plentiful and hiking, nature walks and biking can last... more
Surrounded by breathtaking mountains and a lush golf course, The Shenvalee Golf Resort offers gorgeous scenery and a picturesque layout. Its beautiful, 27-hole PGA course opened in 1927 with the legendary Bobby Jones performing the honors. Located in the historic Shenandoah Valley in the midst of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this resort is known for... more
Surrounded by the awe-inspiring Blue Ridge Mountains, Bryce Resort offers a plethora of outdoor activities in a secluded yet city-adjacent location. Golf in an Alpine setting all year-long on the par 71, 6,295-yard Ed-Ault designed course. Ski and snowboard on the family friendly slopes or snowtube in the tubing park when the powdery white snow... more
Indulge your hopeless romantic side and retreat to Alpine Hideaway - the ultimate getaway for two! Just 20 minutes between Lexington and Staunton, the resort is close to shopping, live entertainment and historical sites like the famed Monticello. Yet these three secluded cottages command spectacular views of the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains... more
South River Highlands Retreat offer rustic and authentic cabins that will help you fall back in love with nature. Each of the cabins offers it's own set of amenities from fireplaces and AC to front porches and decks. Spend your days hiking the neighboring trails, taking in the 100 various types of species or much more. There is so much to do, come... more
Just three miles from the historic city of Lexington, Bare Farm Cabin offers outdoor activities and is just a short drive from the city excursions. Fish, swim, and then head to the city for some first-class shopping. Offering two full-sized beds in one room and a queen-size in the other, this cabin is perfect for a family getaway. For additional... more
One of Virginias finest inns and restaurants, the Joshua Wilton House occupies a corner in the historic "Old Town" district of Harrisonburg, Virginia, the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Built circa 1888, the solid brick house with turret porch, gingerbread trim, 16 inch thick wall, magnificent windows and lovely guest rooms, offers... more