We got to spend 4 nights at this charming little inn last month. My first time in the area, visiting for a family reunion, and I wanted a place to escape to after a day spent with family. The room was well appointed, and well maintained.The queen sized canopy bed was comfortable, and faced the fireplace, which, since it was 95+ degrees out during most of our stay, we didn't get to use, but must be wonderful when staying there during the colder months. We had everything we needed for our short stay.The historic main building, a 1740, log, keeping house/inn was decorated to give the feeling of age, and history, with its masive stone fireplaces, wooded floors, and windows looking into the gardens. After a day of visiting with family and friends it was indeed a pleasure to come home to the Inn. The grounds nearby were fun to explore. We crossed the swinging bridge, walked the river, and even waded a bit in the lazy Shenandoah. But, I have to admit, my favorite part of he stay was morning coffee, and breakfast, with the innkeeper, ED. It was a leisurely wake up, with good coffee, and great conversations and felt more like we were visiting friends than staying at an Inn. The Inn at Narrow Passage will be my home, away from home, on every future visit to the Shenandoah Valley.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historic lodging near Woodstock, Virginia, on the Shenandoah River. River Access for fishing and canoeing. free internet full breakfast included ... more less