Discover One of the Most Unique Places to Stay in Virginia

If you’re looking for one of the best places to stay in Virginia, you’ve found it. Our Shenandoah Valley Bed and Breakfast is nothing short of spectacular – and easily ranks as one of the best places to stay in Virginia. We don’t just offer a traditional Bed and Breakfast, though. We also provide some of the most highly-rated cabins in Virginia. Whether you opt for a luxurious stay in one of our traditional manor rooms or something more private in our cabins, it won’t take long to see what makes our property one of the best places to stay in Virginia. 

We’re located in the heart of the spectacular Shenandoah Valley, near the charming and thriving towns of Staunton and Lexington, Virginia. From here, you have easy access not just to these notable college towns but to top-rated things to do in the Shenandoah Valley, like Shenandoah National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, miles of hiking like Crab Tree Falls and biking trails, great wineries and breweries, and so much more. With so much to do here, it’s easy to see why we’re one of the best places to stay in Virginia. 

A visit to Steeles Tavern Manor truly offers you the best of the Shenandoah Valley. We love to tell guests we’re “in the middle of it all” because it’s true; we really are in the middle of it all. Whether enjoying a romantic off-season getaway, a summertime adventure in the parks, or leaf-peeping some of the best fall foliage in Virginia, we know you’ll fall in love with the Shenandoah Valley just like we did. 

Comfortable accommodations, plentiful amenities, a warm welcome, and exceptional attention to detail are just a few reasons we’re considered one of the best places to stay in Virginia. Our reviews don’t lie! See it for yourself, and book a room at the Steeles Tavern Manor Bed and Breakfast and Cabins, located in the scenic heart of the Shenandoah Valley. 

Unwind at the #1 Rated Cabins in Virginia

One of the things that make Steeles Tavern Manor one of the best places to stay in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley is the range of accommodations we offer. Depending on the type of getaway you’re looking for, you can choose to stay in our more traditional Bed and Breakfast guest rooms in the Manor House – where you’ll be treated to a delicious breakfast each morning. 

Alternatively, you can seek a more private getaway at one of our five amazing cabins in Virginia. We offer five unique cabins, each thoughtfully decorated and designed with the ultimate romantic getaway in mind. Each of our cabins in Virginia is situated across our 50-acre property and gives our cabin guests unparalleled privacy for the duration of their stay. 

Picture yourself in a small, cozy cabin with a crackling fire roaring in the fireplace, surrounded by nothing but the breathtaking beauty of the Shenandoah Valley. It’s the perfect retreat for some uninterrupted time alone with your significant other, and we assure you, it’s just as magical as it sounds. One night in our cabins, you’ll see why we’re rated as one of the best places to stay in Virginia. 

Not only is our entire property one of the best places to stay in Virginia, but our cabins themselves are distinctive. Each is unique and designed to reflect the beauty of its particular location on our property. You have your choice of one of the five following cabins: 

  1. Our Ivy Cabin has been recently renovated and redecorated and sits at the highest point on our property, overlooking the Shenandoah Valley and Allegheny mountains in the distance. Sunsets from this cabin’s panoramic front porch are spectacular.
  2. The Sunset cabin offers a sense of tranquility that can’t be matched. From here, you’ll enjoy 180-degree views of the Allegheny Mountains, and from the back, you’ll enjoy 100 acres of unspoiled forest. 
  3. The Pond View Cabin is perfect for wildlife lovers. It overlooks a spring-fed pond in the back, where you can even enjoy a bit of catch and release fishing. This cabin is also dog-friendly. 
  4. The Treetop Cabin is the first of our newer cabins, and as its name suggests, it sits high above the ground in a grove of trees, from which you’ll enjoy a magnificent view of the valley and grounds at our Shenandoah Valley Bed and Breakfast.
  5. Our final cabin is the Mountain View Cabin, which offers gorgeous views of the grounds and the Allegheny Mountains in the distance. 

Though all uniquely different, each of our cabins in Virginia comes with a king bed, fireplace, private outdoor hot tub, full kitchen, gas grill, deck, and so much more. In short – everything you need to enjoy your getaway and one of the best places to stay in Virginia! 

African American Couple hiking, which is one of the best things to do in the Shenandoah Valley when you stay at our cabins in virginia, rated as one of the most unique places to stay in Virginia

The Best Things to do in the Shenandoah Valley

The chance to stay at one of the best places to stay in Virginia is reason enough for some people to visit Steeles Tavern Manor and our romantic cabins in Virginia. Others, though, need a little motivation! Luckily, there are plenty of incredible things to do in the Shenandoah Valley – most of which are just a short drive from our Inn.

Like we said already – one thing that makes us one of the best places to stay in Virginia is our location “in the middle of it all.” Between enjoying the best of Staunton and Lexington and exploring the stunning rural beauty and quaint towns of the Shenandoah Valley, you’ll never run out of things to do in the Shenandoah Valley, no matter the season!

While there’s no harm in staying in and enjoying your time at one of the best places to stay in Virginia, there’s no harm in getting out and having some fun, either. Below, we’ve listed a few of our favorite things to do in the Shenandoah Valley.

  1. No matter the season, driving along Skyline Drive and enjoying the wildlife and scenery in Shenandoah National Park is always at the top of our list of things to do in the Shenandoah Valley. So, too, are drives on the Blue Ridge Parkway and other quiet, rural backroads.
  2. Virginia’s wine industry is burgeoning, and with such a rich agricultural history, it’s no surprise that there’s some excellent wine tasting right here in the Shenandoah Valley. There are also some great breweries nearby. We love to serve these local products at our Inn, too – just one more reason to consider us one of the best places to stay in Virginia. 
  3. There are many great local attractions, including the Blackfriars Playhouse at the American Shakespeare Center.
  4. Vogue Magazine considers Staunton to be the “South’s New Foodie Hotspot.” Here are a few of our favorite restaurants in Staunton
  5. There’s excellent antiquing throughout the Shenandoah Valley, not to mention exquisite shopping in both Staunton and Lexington. Top places for antiquing include Staunton’s nine antique shops and markets or the Factory Antique Mall in Verona, one of the largest in the country.
  6. Shopping and eating aren’t the only great things to do in Downtown Staunton. The town itself is beautiful, hailed as having one of the “20 Most Beautiful Main Streets in America.” It’s worth taking the time to walk around and admire the town!
  7. Similarly, Downtown Lexington is also quaint, charming, and home to some beautiful 18th and 19th-century architecture. You can even take a narrated carriage ride through town with Lexington Carriage Company. Access to great towns like this makes us one of the best places to stay in Virginia! 
  8. Visit local museums like the Frontier Culture Museum, the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Museum, and the Stonewall Jackson House Museum.
  9. Nearby Lexington is the perfect town for art lovers to explore during their couple’s retreat in Virginia, as it’s home to numerous art galleries, such as Artists in Cahoots, Nelson Fine Art Gallery, Cabell Gallery, and Earth, Fire, and Spirit Pottery.

With so many great things to do in the Shenandoah Valley and our exquisite accommodations to call home at the end of the day, it’s easy to see why we’re rated as the best places to stay in Virginia! Your getaways can be as busy or relaxed as you want them to be. 

See some of the best fall foliage in Virginia when you stay at our Shenandoah VAlley Cabins and Bed and Breakfast, rated as one of the most unique places to stay in Virginia

Unbeatable Fall Foliage in Virginia - The Best Time to Visit!

There’s never a “bad” time to visit the Shenandoah Valley, especially when your trip involves the best place to stay in Virginia! Each season here offers something unique. From the quiet solitude of winter to the bustling adventurer’s paradise in summer, there are plenty of great things to do in the Shenandoah Valley.

Fall in the Shenandoah Valley is a real treat for the senses, with the sights, sounds, and smells of the season setting a perfect stage for memorable getaways. We know just where to enjoy the best of it, too! Access to these scenic places is just one more reason we offer guests one of the best places to stay in Virginia!

Blue Ridge Parkway in Fall

If you’re looking for Virginia’s most explosive and colorful fall colors, nothing beats driving down the breathtaking Blue Ridge Parkway. The season varies yearly and depends on annual rainfall and other weather conditions. Still, fall colors on the Blue Ridge Parkway generally peak mid to late October, often lasting well into the first weeks of November.

Spend a day hiking at the Peaks of Otter area, one of the most popular places along the Blue Ridge Parkway. The hike to the top of Sharp Top Mountain will reward you with a stunning 360-degree view of the valley below. Alternatively, the 1.75-mile Johnson Farm Trail is beautiful and offers pastoral views of the restored farmhouse, antique farm equipment, barn, and more.

Waterfalls are gorgeous in the fall, and one of our favorites is Crabtree Falls. Other incredible waterfalls include White Rock Falls, Wigwam Falls, Apple Orchard Falls, and Fallingwater Cascades.

There are a lot of apple orchards in the Nelson County area, and not only is apple picking a time-honored fall tradition, but it’s a great place to experience the seasonal beauty of fall. Or, for something relaxing, sit back and enjoy one of the many scenic drives in the area, soaking in the stunning Blue Ridge Parkway fall colors as you go. 

Fall Foliage in Shenandoah National Park

Another great place to witness Virginia’s fall colors is in Shenandoah National Park, just north of our Shenandoah Valley Bed and Breakfast. It’s considered one of the county’s most beautiful parks, a statement especially true in the fall.

A scenic drive along Skyline Drive is the most popular way to enjoy Shenandoah National Park’s fall foliage. Skyline Drive is a beautiful 105-mile route through the heart of the park. To drive from end to end, expect to spend about 3 hours, depending on how much you stop. There are 75 overlooks along the drive, ensuring you’ll get some of the best views of those vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows of fall.

Hiking is also a great way to enjoy fall in the park, and we’ve listed some of our favorite Shenandoah National Park hiking trails in a previous blog. The Stony Man Trail is one of the most popular.

Of course, fall colors are on display everywhere you turn in the Shenandoah Valley – from right here on our magnificent property to the beautiful vineyards, orchards, and rural farms around the valley. You don’t have to go too far to revel in the beauty of the season, and it’s just one more thing that makes Steeles Tavern Manor and Cabins one of the best places to stay in Virginia.

Are you ready for the getaway of a lifetime? Book your room at our Shenandoah Valley Bed and Breakfast and Cabins in Virginia today!

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