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Recent Shenandoah Valley reviews

  • Well priced House

    "I stayed here with my two sons over Spring Break. We explored the Massanutten area, JMU, Staunton and Luray using this home as our base. It is a great location for doing a variety of things in the Shenandoah Valley area. The driveway is very steep. I mean VERY steep, so be prepared for that. I was able to navigate it fine with my van though and soon got more comfortable with it. Roomy house with plenty of room for all of us to spread out. We enjoyed watching a DVD each night. The kitchen was very well stocked for me prepare multiple meals each day. Recommendations- the house seemed to stay quite warm, especially the upstairs. I really had to run the AC to cool the upstairs bedrooms down. I was surprised by this because it was not hot outside. Also, the family room needs more lighting. One lamp is not adequate for the space. Maybe add another? Finally, the outside lights (deck, door) were not functional and replacing a light bulb didn't fix it. You might want look into that. We enjoyed this property and would absolutely stay here again. Recommended. Oh, final note- I'm not sure how walkable this property is- it was set back which is great but otherwise off a pretty busy road in the area with no sidewalks."
    Guest: Niccolini Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: June 4, 2014
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  • A perfect reunion destination!

    "Eight friends and I gathered here for the first time since the 1970's & we couldn't have found a better place to re-connect! The only time we left was to walk down the driveway to the next hilltop and back. The weather was beautiful. We enjoyed hanging out on the porches and chatting throughout our 3 night stay, as we had ALOT of catching up to do! This lodge fit our personalities to a T. We're not demanding or unrealistic, so a few stink bugs (outside) and a couple of dull knifes in the kitchen (as noted in previous posts) didn't hamper our good time. The accommodations were clean, comfortable and very relaxing. We enjoyed meeting the owners, who were attentive (but not intrusive). After our departure, our deposit was returned very quickly - in entirety. Thank you, Ed and Meshiel!"
    Guest: Jan P. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 17, 2014
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  • Wonderful Time

    "Loved the house, and it worked great for our first ever entire family vacation. There were ten adults and two children, yet there was still plenty of room. It was well stocked and the two levels gave us plenty of room with almost two of everything from kitchens to living rooms. The game room was a big hit as were the porches. It was centrally located to all the area attractions. Great place to stay and Chuck was great to work with."
    Guest: Pam A. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • Great vacation house

    "My extended family from toddlers to an octogenarian had a wonderful week at Le Chalet. The large living room and downstairs game room gave us plenty of space to gather as a group or to find some separation occasionally. The kitchen is very well appointed and had everything we needed to cook meals for 11 people. Beautiful remodeled bathrooms. There's lots to do in the vicinity including a super water park, historic sites and a chance to hike the Appalachian Trail."
    Guest: Traci B Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 5, 2014
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Shenandoah Valley Travel Tips

Shenandoah Valley Vacation Rentals Offer Scenery, History and Great Recreation

The scenic Shenandoah Valley is surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Alleghany Mountains, both known for their natural beauty. The valley extends for 200 miles from Harpers Ferry to Roanoke and includes the Shenandoah National Park, and the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. All these areas offer a host of outdoor activities and places to visit.

Shenandoah Valley Lodging Offers Plenty of Nearby Attractions to Visit

The picturesque drives around the Shenandoah Valley are the main attractions of this scenic area. Explore Skyline Drive or the Blue Ridge Parkway on foot or by car. The area is exceptionally breathtaking in the fall when the trees become a flaming mass of red, gold and orange. The two-lane highways have a maximum 45 mph speed limit in most places, and there are frequent viewpoints for taking great photographs of the surrounding hills, river valleys and small farms. Stop for picnics or take a hike in this beautiful area.

The area is also known for its Civil War battlefields and there are many museums dedicated to the history of the area. One of the best is the Shenandoah Museum in Winchester.

Caverns and natural attractions are other aspects of a visit to the Shenandoah Valley. Small towns, such as Front Royal with its historic downtown, Roanoke, Salem and Waynesboro, remain in a time warp with antique shops to browse around and plenty of small cafés and restaurants.

Shenandoah Valley Cabins Make Great Bases for Virginia Vacations

Your own cabin surrounded by beautiful scenery in the Shenandoah Valley is the best way to enjoy this lovely area. With plenty of space and all the comfort and amenities of home, Shenandoah Valley cabins are an economical option for a vacation, especially in the off-peak season or when sharing the cabin with friends or family. Children can make as much noise as they like and even the family dog is welcome.

Things to Do Around Virginia Vacation Rentals

Hiking, biking and exploring the area by car are the main things to do in this scenic area. Horseback riding, fishing, and antiquing are also popular. The rivers are ideal for canoeing, kayaking or tubing, and boats can be hired to explore the local waterways. Golf is available at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club and Jackson's Chase Golf Club, among others. The Appalachian Trail runs through Virginia and offers a range of challenges for hikers. Those wanting a bird's-eye view of the area will enjoy a hot air balloon ride or a trip in a small plane over the area.

The area is known for its great wine and a tour of a winery followed by a tasting is a fun way to spend an afternoon. Follow the General's Wine and History Trail which links 10 great wineries, or head for the Chester Gap Cellars at Front Royal or the Fox Meadow Vineyards at Linden.

Getting to Your Shenandoah Valley Vacation Rentals

The nearest airport to the Shenandoah Valley is Washington Dulles International Airport which is 103 miles from Staunton, the center of the valley. Other options are the Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington DC and the Baltimore-Washington Airport which is 149 miles away. Connections to the Shenandoah Regional Airport at Staunton and Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport are possible. Pick up a rental car at the airport and your vacation has already begun.

Seasonal Weather Makes Virginia Vacation Rentals Year-Round Attractions

The weather in this area of Virginia has warm sunny summers and pleasant fall temperatures. Expect daytime highs to be around 83 F in July and August. Winters have temperatures below freezing over night and daytime highs of around 40 F. The area has moderate rainfall throughout the year and snow in the winter.

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