Shenandoah County offers an array of accommodations to suit every lifestyle. Whether you’re looking to stay at a historic bed & breakfast, a charming country home, rustic cabin, or national hotel chain, there’s something for everyone.
Located on Edinburg’s historic Main Street with easy access to restaurants and shops. This tastefully restored 1850 Victorian home has four guest rooms, each with a private bath, king bed, wifi, indoor and outdoor dining areas, library, media room, parlor, and off street parking for guests. Evenings can be spent enjoying the sunset from the large front porch or relaxing in the garden to read, meditate or count the fish in the Koi pond. Efficiency apartments also available for those looking for longer stays.
Edinburg, VA 22824 | 540-984-8286
Guests stay in a self contained two bedroom, two bath cottage overlooking the Shenandoah River and adjacent to the Swartz Family home. Both structures share a rich history after surviving the Battle of New Market where they were raided by Custer in 1864. The cottage itself was a cobbler shop where Confederate boots were made and wounded soldiers found refuge. Now converted into a secluded getaway, the Jacob Swartz House is an ideal hub from which to experience all of the Shenandoah Valley’s historic treasures and natural wonders. Full breakfast is provided.
New Market, VA 22844 | (540) 740-9208
Located above the banks of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, the River Bluff Farm Bed and Breakfast offers three guest rooms each with private bath. Experience rustic elegance in this lovely log and timber home. Enjoy breakfast on the expansive deck overlooking the river. Hike to the top of the bluff for beautiful views of the Allegany and Massanutten mountain ranges. River access – tubes and canoe provided. Fish for your catching. Conveniently located to I-81. Close to New Market Battlefield and Shenandoah Caverns.
183 Quicksburg Mill Lane, Quicksburg, VA 22847 | 540-454-9751
Conveniently located between Woodstock and Edinburg on 5 acres of private property along the Shenandoah River, this historic 1740 Shenandoah Valley bed & breakfast is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beauty and history of the Valley. Once a haven against Indian attacks on the Virginia frontier and later Stonewall Jackson’s headquarters during the Valley Campaign of 1862, this inn now welcomes travelers looking for comfortable lodging and friendly hospitality.
30 Chapman Landing Rd., Edinburg, VA 22824 | 540-459-8000
Nested on 7 rural acres offering a bird’s-eye view of the Shenandoah River- just 50 yards away. Conveniently located to the Town of Mount Jackson and Bryce Resort, Widow Kip’s offers five guest rooms with all the amenities of a four-season bed & breakfast. All guestrooms feature original fireplaces and private bath and guests can feel good knowing they’re staying at a Virginia Green Certified bed & breakfast. Children and pets are welcome in the two restored cottages that create a charming Williamsburg style courtyard by the main house.
355 Orchard Dr., Mt Jackson, VA 22842 | 540-477-2400
Young manor is an adult-only bed & breakfast located just 5 minutes from Bryce Resort on 55 acres of landscaped grounds. All rooms have private bath, toiletries and beautiful, wide open mountain views. Young Manor offers complimentary breakfast delivered directly to your door in addition to light beverage service throughout the day. Several common areas throughout the manor including a game room with pool table, big screen tv and spacious patio.
2596 Orkney Grade, Mount Jackson, VA 22842 | 540-856-2404
Come enjoy the enchanted history of the Holliday House in downtown Strasburg, Virginia, managed by Innkeepers Megan Mongold and DQ Baxter. This Inn is one of the oldest structures in Strasburg with records dating back to 1777. The house is believed to be built around 1761 for John Funk, one of the original trustees who later participated in the incorporation of the Town of Strasburg. Our Inn was constructed in the Montpelier style containing two brick walls constructed side by side – one of only three remaining in Virginia that we have been able to find. It also was the first house in town to have plumbing as well as a variety of other firsts. So come take a step back in history before the founding of our great country and visit our friendly town of Strasburg. In addition to a home cooked breakfast, a fine dining dinner menu is available to guests upon request and sure to please!
112 East King St., Strasburg, VA 22657 | 540-465-5464
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