I thought of the ad where the guys drive around until they lose cell service. Well, they could go here and that is just one of the great things about The Buckhorn Inn. It's not that it's in the middle of nowhere, it's just in the shadow of the mountains, a beautiful, cool valley that we visited in early September. Nearby Staunton, Va., is one of our regular stops when we head south because we enjoy the American Shakespeare Theater (Blackfriars) and we stayed here following a lovely opening of "Twelfth Night."
The Yoder's are great, down-to-earth people with two charming daughters and a dimpled, smiling son who can't get a word in edgewise with his two older sisters! The kids had breakfast with us - and a great breakfast it was with freshly gathered eggs, just shredded hashbrowns and toasted homemade wheat bread - and our fellow travelers. I smiled the whole time.
Great historic building. My wife LOVED the big clawfoot tub in the Hummingbird Room and the only thing softer than the water was the bed. This was our first B&B experience and while we're seasoned travelers who kinda enjoy the anonymity of a hotel, the experience here might bring us over and will definitely bring us back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If only these walls could talk...this 1811 stagecoach stop in the Shenandoah Valley could tell stories of Stonewall Jackson to traveling gamblers. Private baths, WiFi, satellite TV, wrap around porch. Your home away from home ... more less
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