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All I can say is WOW, what a great weekend my fiance and I had at the Rosendale Inn. I booked this Inn due to the fact that it was secluded enough to be romantic, yet was close to Harrisonburg and a lot of amazing...More
This place is FABULOUS! Being so rich in historical origin with no TV's to distract you, your soul will be renewed from the beauty of the landscape around you. The James Madison Suite has 2 bedrooms that are open to one another thru a 5-6...More
We spent Halloween at “scary” Rosendale Inn. When we pulled into the driveway in the black of night there were no lights on anywhere, only the flicker of candles lining the drive and in the hand carved frightfully scary jack-o-lanterns outside the entrance door. As...More
My husband and I recently stayed at the Rosendale Inn for three nights. We stayed in the James Madison suite.
Suite Description: This is a two-bedroom suite, and the bedrooms are separated by a large, open archway (not doors). The suite is on the second...More
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Response from paul m, Owner at Rosendale Inn Bed and BreakfastResponded October 18, 2017
Reality vs. “Facts” and Alternative Facts –Things you should know before you come!
I find this review puzzling because the reviewer stayed all three nights without voicing a single word to me about the “Facts” she presents in the review. Isn’t it always better to...More
I am an European university student interested in Civil War history and I and my Mom are visiting America for the first time. We stayed at the amazing Rosendale Inn in the Shenandoah Valley because it is connected to Civil War history. The owner showed...More