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We were looking for an overnight to attend a wedding and found this place. It was a great place to stay - the home built just after the Civil War, but fully restored and in great condition in a nice location. The B&B breakfast was...More
Room was cozy with a very comfortable bed and nice linens. The bathroom was well equipped. The added touches at breakfast were nice. Our hosts were pleasant and very informative regarding the history of the house and Front Royal and the surrounding area. We loved...More
We stayed for one night in September. The house has been beautifully restored and the welcome is very warm. The personal touches are great and breakfast was the best we had during our two week tour. The room and bed were very comfortable and were...More
Pricey for what you get. The Inn is in an awkward location out of town and there is no way to walk into town without going through heavy traffic and construction. So so breakfast quality. Stained linens and bathrobe. It was a mediocre experience that...More
Response from charlesVirginia, Owner at Lackawanna B&BResponded October 2, 2015
This is a most unfortunate review as it certainly is not a truthful one. It is hard enough being an innkeeper and offering a pleasant experience to guests without the occasional unhappy customer writing a review that is not an honest evaluation of our b&b....More
Our hosts were welcoming and informative without being intrusive. The location is pretty, in a lightly developed area with some historic structures, about 5 minutes north of the historic center of town. The home is large and impressive; the decor reflects the personal interests of...More
Response from jcnenglish | Reviewed this property |
Front Royal (if you have a car) is about as close to the Shenandoah Valley as you can be, without your actually being there. There are, of course, B&B's in the Valley itself (near Stevens City, for example). But Skyline... More
Front Royal (if you have a car) is about as close to the Shenandoah Valley as you can be, without your actually being there. There are, of course, B&B's in the Valley itself (near Stevens City, for example). But Skyline Drive entrance may well be closer to Front Royal.
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"If you need a shower, ask for the room with the shower. It is difficult to shower in a claw foot bathtub."