Our historic 1740 Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beauty and history of the Valley and this special location between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Alleghenies.
Once a haven against Indian attacks on the Virginia frontier and later Stonewall Jackson’s headquarters during the Valley Campaign of 1862, our Shenandoah Valley inn now welcomes travelers looking for comfortable lodging and friendly hospitality.
On Route 11 (the Old Valley Turnpike), only two miles from Interstate 81 at Woodstock, our Virginia Bed & Breakfast inn is in a country setting, yet close to everything. Located on five private acres along the Shenandoah River. the Inn offers 12 guestrooms, a well-equipped conference room for small executive meetings, many common areas, and lovely grounds to host retreats and family gatherings.
A hearty Inn at Narrow Passage breakfast will get your day off to a great start! Enjoy French Toast and Sausage, Scrambled Eggs and Country Bacon, Blueberry Pancakes, Fresh Fruit, Scones, Muffins, and Ed's Special Coffee!
|"We had a wonderful four day stay. Quiet and serene with the warmth of fireplaces in the room and tavern to comfort and relax you. Ed and Ellen make you feel like family. Breakfast was outstanding."
After a busy day of hiking or sightseeing, return for a cool drink on the porch in summer or hot, spiced tea by the fire in winter. In the evening, after a fantastic dinner at one of our local restaurants, you might want to walk down to the river, try a little fishing, or just listen to the birds as they settle in for the night.
As we celebrate our 30th anniversary here, we extend an especially warm welcome to you to come for a visit. We'll do all we can to make your stay a happy one. We want you to love it here as much as we do!
Ellen and Ed Markel
Recognized for "Excellence in Preservation" by the
Shenandoah Preservation League
Selected by National Geographic Traveler as one of 150 Hotels and Inns in North America that "Celebrate their Sense of Place"