Enjoy Winter at Our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia

For many, the holiday season is filled with joy, merriment, and plenty of family time – but that also often comes with stress and even chaos. What better way to celebrate after the magic of the holidays has passed than a restful retreat at our #1-rated Bed and Breakfast in Virginia? We’re located right in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, not too far from both Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway, not to mention the exciting towns of Staunton and Lexington.

Don’t let the chilly cold of winter fool you, either. There are plenty of things to do in the Shenandoah Valley in winter, and our Bed and Breakfast is the perfect, centralized location to base your adventures! And if you don’t want to do anything more than relax, that’s perfectly ok, too. The jaw-dropping natural beauty of the Shenandoah Valley will keep you more than happy while you savor the quiet at our beautiful Bed and Breakfast in Virginia.

Steeles Tavern Manor is anything but a dull lodging property. Unlike traditional hotels, you’ll find unique accommodations, a delicious, home-cooked breakfast each morning of your stay, exquisite attention to every detail of your stay, and welcoming hospitality. This winter, allow yourself to unwind and enjoy time at the best Bed and Breakfast in Virginia. Book your room today!

Romantic Getaways in VA at our Bed and Breakfast in the Shenandoah Valley

Why We’re the Best Bed and Breakfast in Virginia

There’s a lot to love about the gorgeous Shenandoah Valley – but one of the things that makes it such an appealing destination is the variety of things to do once you’re here. Whether you’re looking for adventures to share or a cozy space to curl up, you can find it here. Whatever you’re looking for in your winter getaway, there’s no better place to stay in the Shenandoah Valley than our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia.

From the moment you first pull up to our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia, you’ll begin to understand what sets us apart from our competition. Our stately manor house is situated on a beautiful 50-acre property, surrounded by gorgeous views of the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains. We’re nestled right in the center of the area’s top attractions, so for those who do want to spend their days adventuring, your options are limitless!

While you have access to everything your heart could desire in the Shenandoah Valley, the real reason our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia is such an exquisite destination for couples’ getaways is the extent to which we tend to every guest. We tend to every detail of your stay to ensure you have lasting memories of your time with us.

Our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia offers just five well-appointed guest rooms in the Manor House. Each guestroom has been tastefully and thoughtfully decorated and features things like queen or king beds, gas or electric fireplaces, luxurious robes and linens, and thoughtful amenities. Some also include jacuzzi tubs for those added moments of bliss.

A highlight of every stay at our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia is the daily breakfast that’s made fresh for you. Our breakfasts use as many local and seasonal ingredients as possible. Our breakfasts are thoughtfully crafted and delicious and offer the perfect fuel for your day ahead. We are happy to accommodate vegan, vegetarian, lactose intolerant, and other dietary restrictions to the best of our ability with at least 24 hours’ notice.

A couple enjoying a glass of wine together while they celebrate at our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia

Things to do in the Shenandoah Valley This Winter

By now, you can see how easy it would be to spend a few days doing nothing but luxuriating in our gorgeous guest rooms and walking our beautiful grounds – leaving only for meals and maybe some light activity. However, it’s also hard to resist the lure of the Shenandoah Valley, its charming towns, the many excellent local wineries, breweries, and restaurants, and all the other things to do in the area.

The towns of Staunton and Lexington – both about 20 minutes away, both of which are great towns with plenty to see and do – not to mention some really great restaurants! Here are our top recommendations for things to do in the Shenandoah Valley this winter.

  1. Winter is still a great time to hike, and there are plenty of trails around us, including trails in Shenandoah National Park, Crabtree Falls on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and other trails in the Staunton and Lexington areas.
  2. After a big snowstorm, these same trails are great for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, and there are even more great options for winter sports in both the Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
  3. Hop in your car and take in some of the best scenery in the area along either Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park or the Blue Ridge Parkway.
  4. Enjoy a little wine tasting at local wineries, or visit a local brewery for delicious craft beer. One of our favorites is Rockbridge Vineyard & Brewery.
  5. Wine and dine your sweetheart at one of Staunton’s top-rated restaurants. Before dinner, do a little shopping in town. Its Main Street has been nationally recognized and features over 100 unique boutiques, artisan studios, antique shops, and galleries.
  6. Explore the charming downtown of Lexington, filled with quaint shops, plenty of historic architecture to admire, great restaurants, and so many other things to do.

It won’t matter what you do while you’re here – we’re confident you’ll have fun and leave our Bed and Breakfast in Virginia feeling more relaxed than ever and ready for the new year ahead. Book your room today!