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Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast

17917 Farmhouse Ln, New Market, VA 22844-4014
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#2 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in New Market

Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast is an excellent choice for travelers visiting New Market, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast offers guests free wifi.

Plus, Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

Looking to explore? Then look no further than The Strayer House Civil War Orientation Center, which is a popular New Market history museum – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the bed and breakfast.

Enjoy your stay in New Market!

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Matthew S wrote a review Nov 2020
Marion, South Carolina3 contributions2 helpful votes
My family held a small get-together at a nearby KOA with our campers. It was something we wanted to do as COVID had kept us from seeing each other for our regular trips. My mom prefers to stay in lodging rather than in a camper. After evaluating the distance to Harrisburg, I thought that this nearby bed and breakfast would be a better fit. We've done this sort of thing before and she has had good experiences in the past. We went the second week of November 2020 - it was Wednesday night that we arrived at the campground and got everything set up. I called the innkeeper to let him know that we would be arriving about 8:30pm. As we were travelling to the inn, my mother asked if there would be TVs in the room - I was sure that there would be as this was a highly rated and expensive room. I will say that this place was WAY out in the middle of the woods. While making the reservation, on every call the innkeeper had asked for cash rather than a credit card. I wish we had used credit card and will never do this again. We arrived at the place went into the dimly lit main area. The entire area was very dark and there was nobody else staying at the place. We went in and my mom paid the cash as asked. It was nearly 9pm, we were tired from the day on the road, and my mom wanted to get to the room. But the innkeeper did not seem to have any inkling about this- he wanted to show off the library and museum and generally take up more time. He started telling us about the large French Toast and fruit bowl breakfast that he was prepared to make in the morning. My mom said that she just wanted coffee and perhaps a muffin or something. The guy acted offended and said he couldn't get anything else for her. It was like we'd done something wrong. The experience was weird. We finally got him to take us to the room and he started showing that off. We just wanted to settle down. I looked around the room and it seemed ok but weird since there was a bathtub in the bedroom. The side room was so creepy - it looked like an orphanage with a bunch of single beds. We had one person staying here and this was the room the innkeeper recommended. I noticed there was no TV and told my mom. She asked the innkeeper if there was anything that he could do to help with this. He stated that there was nothing he could do - they removed TVs 20 years ago and that we should have looked at the website to understand that there was no TV available. My mom did not want to stay at the inn at that point. My mom told this to the innkeeper and asked if we could get a refund. He refused because he'd "already turned down other reservations for this room". Keep in mind that there was nobody else there, and we pointed this out. He stated it that the place would be filled up this weekend "for the leaves". The leaves were long gone at this point. There was no color at all left save for a few yellow leaves. We asked if we could get a partial refund for the few days during the week - the place was EMPTY - but he refused as we should have cancelled 8 days in advance. We lost nearly $900 at this place. We spoke about this on the way back to the campground where she stayed with us in our camper. The inn was dark, she was alone with the only other person around was a man she did not know, there were no electronics - no phone to call out, no TV, she did not have a car, the innkeeper was tone-deaf to our needs, it was creepy at this point. I absolutely understand her perspective. So take from this what you will. Stay here if you like. This review is based on our experience and it's factual. We're not difficult people and just wanted something convenient with amenities. I never imagined that this B&B would be so odd that I needed to do extra investigation to understand that it would not have a TV. For us, it was a just an overpriced bedroom in a creepy dark house.
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Date of stay: November 2020
Jeff wrote a review Jun 2020
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My wife and I came in search of a relaxing weekend, and we found it. We stayed in the Wilson suite, and it was very comfortable. We spent a fair amount of time on the big west-facing porch and also wandered around the country roads. Paul was a very pleasant host. We came in early June, just after Virginia began allowing limited reopening of businesses following COVID-19 shutdowns. The inn has restricted occupancy to achieve social distancing, and we also had breakfast at a separate table from the other guests. The room and bed were very comfortable. There is very lovely scenery, with the Massanutten Ridge to the East and rolling hills and farmland in all other directions. A creek also flows nearby. We also took in a beautiful hazy sunrise over the mountain one morning. We would be happy to come back sometime in the future.
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Date of stay: June 2020
Wander603590 wrote a review Nov 2019
2 contributions
When you stay here take time to ask many questions. Paul was more than willing to help us understand the history of the home and the area. He also cooks a very wonderful breakfast - worthy of a king. The old adage, Eat Breakfast like a King..... Comes to fruition here. LOL
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Mikhail S wrote a review Apr 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
My whole family really enjoyed our stay. Clean and neat retro decorated rooms, comfortable big beds, and excellent service. The owner was very friendly and made us all a fantastic breakfast in the morning. I really recommend this place if you are looking for a special experience!
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
advisorj wrote a review Sep 2018
washington, dc267 contributions79 helpful votes
Had a nice stay here in rural Virginia. Breakfast was excellent, though a decaf coffee option might be added. The FDR room was spacious and well furnished. Has an excellent bathroom with double shower and a tub in one of the bedrooms. This is a very historic house and yet is well maintained..
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Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$157 - $168 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesVirginiaShenandoah CountyNew Market
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Virginia Museum of the Civil War (4.2 miles), New Market State Historical Park (4.4 miles), and Endless Caverns (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Southern Kitchen, Jackson's Corner Cafe, and Jalisco Mexican Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool during their stay.
Is Rosendale Inn Bed and Breakfast accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.