Very nice B&B offering a great breakfast after a day of hiking at Shenandoah NP. The Inn is conveniently located in Luray, just a short drive from Skyline Drive. Our stay was during off-peak and the town was basically "closed for the day" with little to choose from for dinner, but the Inn provided a nice overnight stop before another day of hiking.
My wife and I stayed overnight in the Turret Suite - we were treated like royalty from the start. I had tricked my wife into thinking we were going camping at the local campsite but when we pulled into the driveway at the Inn of the Shenandoah her eyes were wide in amazement. The Inn looks gorgeous from the outside, all the way in to the interior. Se was so excited! Megan texted me before our trip to setup breakfast, that was very kind of her to schedule before our arrival. We met Lynda who served us the BEST breakfast we've ever had. Eating Megan's Orange-Vanilla-Praline French Toast was the closest we will ever get to heaven, until finally reaching that destination. Of all the B&Bs we've been too (all down the East Coast) the Inn of the Shenandoah is by far our…
Stopped in Luray for a night on our way to Gatlinburg TN, and picked Inn of the Shenandoah based on reviews (and limited availability anywhere on short notice). We were only able to get a room at the ‘cottage” and I think we would have had a better experience in the main house. The room was OK and spacious, but with an odd layout. The innkeepers were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was very tasty but heavy on the carbs (yogurt parfait starter, followed by a potato souffle and a very sweet french toast, with a side of bacon) - all was very well prepared and tasty, but we would have preferred some healthier options.
I stayed here with my boyfriend as part of a quick weekend getaway to celebrate his 30th birthday. This is a lovely B&B in the heart of downtown - be sure to grab a meal at Moonshadow's on Main right next door while you're here. Lots of attention to detail here, from earplugs and chocolates for bedtime to snacks and sodas in the room. Breakfast was wonderful and the hosts were very accommodating in making sure my boyfriend's breakfast was gluten free. We only stayed one night but would love to stay longer!
We stayed in this lovely converted Victorian mansion for a weekend getaway and it fit the bill perfectly. The owners are so friendly, meeting us outside when we pulled up and offering us useful advice about everything going on in town that weekend. Rooms are spacious with a huge bed and jacuzzi tub. Breakfast was great too. If you’re on the fence—book this place!