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The Inn of the Shenandoah

138 E Main St, Luray, VA 22835-1366
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#3 of 15 B&Bs / Inns in Luray
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The Inn of the Shenandoah is an elegantly remodeled Victorian home located in the heart of Luray. In typical European flair, antique glass windows elegantly adorn two mirroring dining and sitting rooms outfitted with beautiful crystal chandeliers. The Inn features three suites outfitted with jacuzzi tubs for two, with outdoor balconies, crystal chandeliers and king or queen beds. The Inn has a large back yard with gardens and is regularly used for special events and weddings. Guests may also choose to stay in the Cottage, directly behind the Inn, which houses two oversized suites with kitchenettes, Jacuzzi bathtubs, and private decks.
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V R wrote a review May 2014
Baltimore, Maryland12 contributions10 helpful votes
Even if you aren't going to read this whole review, I urge you to read the first line of this review and book this place instantly (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED). We stayed the night before in Skylands Resort. The next day, Saturday night we has chosen to wing it and see if we could find a place. Little did we know how hard it would be to find an available bed and breakfast. I left a message for Ann (inn keeper and overall sweetheart) on Friday and she got back to me early morning Saturday. She was helpful and charming and even upgraded us to the larger suite! The home is beautiful, furnishing and subtle antique touches make staying at the Inn of the Shenandoah exquisite. What is most remarkable about this bed and breakfast is how elegant yet cozy it is. Ann made sure we were very
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Date of stay: May 2014
Tina M wrote a review May 2014
Severn, Maryland1 contribution1 helpful vote
First, let me start off by saying this is going to be a lengthy review, so to summarize for those who don't want to read the whole review, I would recommend this place, I will be returning and the new owner (Ann Merigan) is AWESOME!! I booked this room last minute and when I say last minute, I mean the morning of our departure and did not read any of the reviews posted for this bed and breakfast. I tried to call the hotel and some lady answered the phone and advised I had the wrong number. I thought that was strange, then I Googled the hotel to try and find a better contact number. I found a different number and when I called it, it said the voice mail box you are trying to reach is full. While doing the search I also came across the negative reviews and thought OMG I've
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Date of stay: May 2014
Jim W wrote a review May 2014
Ellicott City, Maryland1 contribution1 helpful vote
This Inn was Perfect!! I read some of the previous comments and they had to be from a different owner/manager. The new owners were some of the sweetest, most genuine people I've ever had the pleasure of meeting. All bedrooms are located on the second floor and each have their own sitting area outside. Our bedroom contained a whirlpool style tub that I am already missing! The breakfast, fruit, and juices were all amazing and served shortly after sitting. When I come back later this year, it will be to this wonderful Inn!
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Date of stay: May 2014
RVARAKSM wrote a review Oct 2013
Richmond, Virginia131 contributions83 helpful votes
The Inn is very pretty and in a good location in Luray. Easy to get around. The Innkeeper was very sweet but lacked attention to detail. Spacious room and bathroom. But had to ask twice for face clothes and hand towels. Also there are only 2 hair dryers in the inn. So either bring your own or ask in advance. The rooms were not cleaned well at all. Some of the used towels were left in the tub. Our hair in the tub/shower was not cleaned from the night before. The hair on the bathroom floor was also not cleaned from the night before. There is a coffee pot in the room with regular coffee. We asked for decaf and they had none. Downstairs in the main house they do have regular & decaf coffee and juice. Unfortunately there was only 1 spoon for every there to share to use to stir your
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Date of stay: September 2013
Susan K wrote a review Jul 2013
Asheville, North Carolina1 contribution2 helpful votes
We took a last minute trip to Luray to see the Caverns and I must say that the Skyview Cabin and its location is what made our trip memorable. The caverns were nice (over priced) but nice. The Skyview Cabin was wonderful. It overlooked the river (Shenandoah River) and mountains. Skyview was beautiful, clean, and very cozy. It was to hot to get into the hot tub, but the two person jacuzzi upstairs was great for a relaxing evening. Cabin had all we would need for a three day trip plus more. We have already made reservations for our return trip.
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Date of stay: July 2013
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