Enjoy a room with a private balcony, an in-room decorative fire place, a private bathroom with jacuzzi tub; all uniquely decorated with antique and modern quilts and art from your artist host.
Pick your favorite room and reserve it now. Welcome to your home away from home, where your aren’t a guest but a friend visiting.
“Beautiful and Peaceful” We absolutely loved our stay. We had never stayed at a Bed and Breakfast before and we were definitely not disappointed. The owners, Nancy and Jan, were delightful and welcomed us with a snack and glass of wine for me and beer for my husband. We enjoyed having a covered porch where we could sit and enjoy the quiet as well as the convenience of a private entrance. The home-cooked breakfast was delicious and we loved everything that was served! We already have plans to return and would highly recommend to anyone.
10 acres of rolling hills where you will find art, beauty, relaxation and serenity.
You will feel more than welcome when you enter this beautiful historic house dating back to 1883, located three miles southwest of historic downtown Lexington, Virginia. This Federal style Manor house is filled with beautiful paintings and has two art studios. It invites you to pick up a brush and create your own masterwork. Our eight guestrooms include full private baths, some with jacuzzi tubs. Shenandoah Manor and Guesthouse is nestled on a creek-fronted mountainside (formerly known and run as The Inn at Union Run or The Barefield Manor). This Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by 10 secluded acres of Virginia countryside — fields, streams and woodlands, abundant wildflowers, butterflies and wildlife — deer, turkeys and songbirds. Relax on the porch and enjoy the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. A full gourmet breakfast is artfully prepared and served to you each morning, featuring fresh fruit, baked goods and so much more; with a different menu for our multi-night visitors.
In the evenings relax with a drink on the patio or in the sitting room. Explore the grounds and you will find remnants of a log cabin barn or watch the fish in the pond. Nearby attractions include the many shops, restaurants and museums in Lexington’s historic district, Virginia Military Institute, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Natural Bridge Caverns and the George Washington National Forest.