A lovely Victorian bed and breakfast! Megan and Linda were so warm and welcoming and made our stay a wonderful experience. Our room was beautiful and the banana blueberry French toast was absolutely delicious. We will definitely be returning and highly recommend Inn of the Shenandoah.
We stayed for four nights last week to take in a new town and explore the beautiful local caverns(we did three of them). What a charming Bed and Breakfast! The breakfasts were fantastic. Also, Linda, Thank you for the pleasing and creative culinary variety with the breakfasts! The coffee was fresh and delicious. And the little sausages and fresh berries over yogurt(disclaimer: aforementioned sausages were NOT placed in yogurt) were something welcomed and magical to look forward to each morning. The room was great. We enjoyed the pigeons! The AC at night was very welcome, as temperatures reached 108F during the day. Parking situation was good. No problems. A definite consideration to return! : )
This was my second year staying at The Inn of the Shenandoah. Both times I stayed at the Boudoir King Suite. This time the shower had some major issues, the mini fridge froze everything that was put in it which was a bummer. Also the previous year for breakfast there was a conversation before they cooked breakfast. The communication isn't there any more. An email was sent for dietary restrictions. But not preferences. . For instance I don't like cheese but got a quiche the first morning. Second morning there was no conversation before breakfast was cooked. Only reason I had this expectation was because of the previous year I stayed there. The room was clean and the bed comfortable.
Beautiful location, gorgeous home, furniture, atmosphere, and delicious breakfast. Very friendly staff. Linda greeted us in the morning, and prepared a delicious, gourmet breakfast. At the end of our stay, Linda took a professional looking photo of Paul and I in the beautiful foyer with antique furniture and stairwell. We will enlarge the photo and place it in a frame for all to see in our living room. Thank you for a very pleasant experience. Paula and Paul
My wife and I stayed overnight in the Turret Suite - we were treated like royalty from the start. I had tricked my wife into thinking we were going camping at the local campsite but when we pulled into the driveway at the Inn of the Shenandoah her eyes were wide in amazement. The Inn looks gorgeous from the outside, all the way in to the interior. Se was so excited! Megan texted me before our trip to setup breakfast, that was very kind of her to schedule before our arrival. We met Lynda who served us the BEST breakfast we've ever had. Eating Megan's Orange-Vanilla-Praline French Toast was the closest we will ever get to heaven, until finally reaching that destination. Of all the B&Bs we've been too (all down the East Coast) the Inn of the Shenandoah is by far our favorite. WE WILL BE BACK! The suite was very spacious, very relaxing which looked over the main street and the balcony which is accessible from the back of the inn made our stay very enjoyable.