Asked Expedia for king bed room on first floor- has no elevator. Got there and king rms only on second floor but did give us 2 double bed room so made do. To be on first floor as unable to do stairs. Very nice restaurant attached for breakfast in am.
Traveller from G
Welcome to BEST WESTERN Intown of Luray!Guests staying at this Luray, VA hotel will enjoy views of the Blue Ridge Mountains …More
The house was built in the mid-1800s and has retained its olden times feel. It's very close to the Shenandoah Mountains which was great for us since we wanted to hike and view the beautiful fall colors.
Traveller from Rockville, MD
Situated on 3 acres and offering mountain views, this Victorian bed and breakfast is less than 1 mile from Virginia's …More
You won't find a nice place for this price in the Shenandoah area. You're very close to Luray Caverns and a short drive to skyline drive, Wisteria Vineyard, and a couple whiskey distilleries. A romantic getaway.
At The Woodruff House, located in Luray, VA, Guests are instantly charmed by the romantic ambiance of this French Country …More
Definitely not an exceedingly fancy place, but very clean and comfortable. The proprietors are a very sweet older couple who make you feel right at home. The breakfast was amazing and we enjoyed being serenaded with Neil Diamond songs by Frank as he cooked (even though we aren't really fans of Neil Diamond). If you're down-to-earth, open-minded and enjoy a unique experience, this is the place for you! If you're looking for the five star treatment, you should look elsewhere.
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this Colonial-style bed and breakfast in Boston, Virginia is 2.5 miles …More
Room was clean and comfortable. Bath was adequate and clean. AC/heat worked good. Bed slept good. TV was older large tube type. Remote control did not turn off TV or adjust volume. It just changed channels. Staff was not there at 7 AM to return the key. Office was locked and no key return slot.
Free high speed internet in office and some rooms. 2 miles from the Luray Caverns. We have a variety of rooms available with …More
Just south of the Thorton Gap Entrance of Shenandoah Nation Park is the famous 670-foot (204-meter) Tunnel, cut out of the solid granite of Marys Rock in 1932. A climb up Marys Rock offers expansive views of the park, as well as numerous legends regarding the mountain's name. Pass Mountain and its Overlook sit north of Marys Rock, while Hazel Mountain and its Overlook can be found to the south.