My wife and I spent our anniversary here and it will be one to remember. The Inn is charming, romantic and welcoming all by itself, but when you add Matt & Janina it gets magical. We've traveled and lived around the world - this place is really special. We read the other reviews and we could not agree more - it was like going to visit some old friends you hadn't seen in awhile. We will be definitely coming back.
We stayed at the Inn from a Thursday to a Sunday and could not have had a better experience. Megan (the innkeeper) was wonderful to work with, cooked incredible food, and helped with anything we needed. The Inn is literally a one minute walk to town and a brewery. Would definitely stay here again.
We stopped here overnight on the way to Tennessee from Jersey, and liked it so much that we decided to stay again on the way back. The Inn is delightful, the accommodations very comfortable, the Inn keepers are extraordinarily welcoming and breakfast was perfect. The entire experience was like going to visit a friend that you haven’t seen in a long time. We’ll go back again without hesitation and hopefully will be able to explore the town...where there is more to do than just seeing Luray Caverns.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the charm, comfort and privacy offered in the comfy Cottage at the Inn of the Shenandoah. Very quiet. Linda created delicious breakfasts each day to fuel our visits to the Luray Caverns and Shenandoah National Park. Townspeople were very friendly and offered lots of tips on visiting sites. We attended a wedding outdoors at the Rivers Bend Ranch, with horses and Longhorn cows joining the wedding guests to celebrate. Highly recommend a visit to the Shenandoah Valley and a stay at the Inn.
We had a wonderful experience at the Inn. Innkeepers were very friendly and the rooms were beautiful and clean. We enjoyed our breakfast too. They gave us a little tour upon arrival and then led to our rooms. Stained glass windows or decorations added much charm to the inn. I particularly liked the comfortable bed. Imagine sleeping in a house with so much history made the experience even richer! An issue we had was dinner which has nothing to do with the inn. If you want to have some fine dining, remember to reserve Moonshadows next door early! We walked in and only outdoor seats were available.