Historic Shenandoah Valley Virginia Inn for Sale

Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley is a beautiful slice of classic America. Many know it for its rolling hills, charming towns and villages, and a rich history dating back to colonial times. You, however, will know it for something else — this amazing Virginia Inn for sale. A true romantic paradise, this Inn is quite unlike any other.

Shenandoah Valley Virginia Inn for SaleAt first glance, it appears to be a lovely small semi-rural destination Inn. Fifteen guest rooms keep visitors comfortable, and a well-appointed dining room offers breakfasts and limited dinner service to guests and outside diners. However, first glances can be deceiving. Rather than a single 15-bedroom Inn, this one is made of six guest houses and an owner’s house situated around a natural spring-fed pond on 42 acres of pristine land. In every respect, this Inn is truly exceptional.

Every room features queen- or king-sized beds, Jacuzzi tubs, and classic furnishings as befit a classic inn. The main building, called the Manor House by the current owners, was built in 1785 by a Captain in the Revolutionary War and passed down through the generations until the mid-1900s. Restored as an Inn in 1997 and combined with surrounding buildings, today it offers guests an incredible amount of comfort and style.

Many of the inn’s cottages are single-bedroom rentals, making this Virginia Inn for sale a perfect destination for weddings and honeymoons. Your guests will find no shortage of romance in the beautiful setting, and the dining room is perfect for smaller weddings with up to 40 guests. Plus, the Inn is located a few miles from the intersection of two major interstates, only about 90 minutes from Washington, DC, and about two hours from Baltimore. In other words, it’s very easy for plenty of people to get to.

Inside Luray Caverns There are also several attractions in the immediate area, including a good deal of outdoor attractions and historic sites. Shenandoah National Park is only a short drive away, and an entrance to the famed Appalachian Trail is nearby as well. Your guests may also be interested in the Belle Grove Historic Plantation, a meticulously restored 18th-century wheat and livestock plantation; or in Luray Caverns, some of the largest underground caverns in the Eastern US.

Several neighboring vineyards offer tours and tastings throughout the spring, summer, and fall; and the nearby towns of Winchester and Stephen’s City offer plenty of shopping and dining opportunities such as Old Town Winchester, a pedestrian shopping mall that has a place on the National Register of Historic Places.

In short, this Virginia Inn for sale is both a stunning piece of historic property and a fantastic investment in the region. Contact us to learn more about this gorgeous inn, or browse our blog to educate yourself about buying an inn.

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