Room was a good size, with refrigerator and microwave plus the usual amenities. Breakfast was more than "continental" with hot items available each day, such as sausage or ham, biscuits or pancakes, plus the now ubiquitous waffle maker. The pool was a little frustrating: it was across a side street, an easy walk but still further than I expected. It was not a recreational pool but a gym pool, with racing lanes and depth 3.5-4.5 feet all the way across, and of course, that means it was indoors, both a plus and a minus. Overall, the hotel was a very good value.
I was traveling with my son and husband, unexpectedly. We booked a double queen room. Upon arrival, at 1:00 AM, we were informed that they were sold out of double queens,would I mind a king with a roll-away? I stated that that would be fine. The front desk agent, the only person on duty at this time of night, had the roll-away upstairs before I could park and make my way up the elevator. I was really impressed! It was a very spacious room with a dining table, desk, king bed, credenza, etc. The roll away still left ample floor space. Very pleased!
The north Front Royal Entrance to Shenandoah National Park leads to Shenandoah Valley Overlook, providing views across the valley to Signal Knob. Beyond the overlook, the Dickey Ridge Visitor Center features a movie and an interactive exhibit, designed as introductions to the park. The Signal Knob Overlook sits just further in and offers glimpses of its namesake, a Civil War communications post.