As we headed to Maine after spending the winter in Florida, trying to stay away from crowds and chain hotels, we decided that western VA was a good place to stop overnight. We liked the online look of Cave Hill Farm and decided to spend a night. We were greeted by the smell of challah baking. Our room, the Bridal Suite, was large and perfectly clean.Breakfast was challah French toast and bacon with maple syrup and home-made apple syrup. The core was Ethiopian, roasted by the innkeeper the night before. He was a wealth of local information. We decided to explore Shenandoah National Park the next day and spend another night at Cave Hill Farm before heading north.
This is a quaint place out a little way from Harrisonburg on 33 heading towards Shenandoah National Park. My Fiancee and I stayed here and used it as a base of operations for our hiking and driving around the National Park. The people were so friendly and breakfast was quite good. We would definitely go back.
We had stayed here in 2018 for parent's weekend (our son goes to JMU). We booked again for this year and the place did not disappoint! The new Innkeepers, Jordan and his wife were lovely and accommodating. We stayed for two nights and both breakfasts (quiche one day and french toast the next) were delicious! Each breakfast comes with a fresh fruit appetizer. They roast their own coffee beans over an open fire, and they have got it right. The coffee was delicious! We will definitely return.
Grand old house with old world comfort. Two living rooms to relax in and a formal dining room for breakfast. Our room was large and nicely furnished. The bathroom was new with a great shower/tub, but not very much counter space for toiletries. The bed was really comfortable and the towels were soft. Breakfast was very good, homemade bread French toast, fruit, juice and very plentiful coffee.
We were here for one night but wished we had several days to explore this historic home. There are many photos and much information displayed around this lovely place. The innkeepers were friendly and helpful and the breakfast delicious. Our room (Aunt Emma’s) was spacious and very clean Location is rural, but not far from Harrisonburg, the home of James Madison University and many restaurants and places of interest.