My sister and I stayed here this past week and couldn't believe that the B&B wasn't packed.
I had read about how romantic it was and wasn't sure that two sisters would enjoy it. But, it was more than we hoped for. Our room had two huge queen beds with a fireplace and rocking chairs on the front porch. We hiked up the Civil War Trail and dipped our toes in the creek and even went over the suspension bridge which was fun. We stopped at Shenandoah Vineyards and did a wine tasting and then brought back wine, cheese, crackers and fruit and had a picnic on the expansive front lawn. We also went to Joe's steakhouse and the staff was the friendliest and most helpful I've seen in a long time (and the bread is amazing!). The innkeeper spent time with us telling us about all the history of the inn and the area. And what a breakfast he made in the morning. Only complaint: the coffee could have been stronger with a Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks bean. Don't miss the covered bridge and caverns. Thanks, Ed for the advice.More
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