Discover a selection of 3,000 vacation rentals in Shenandoah Valley, US that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including WiFi and swimming pools. Prices start at $124 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Shenandoah Valley. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Seasonal fun in Shenandoah Valley vacation home rentals

Whether you’re looking for family-friendly fun, outdoor adventure, intimate retreats, or scenic relaxation, the diversity of the Shenandoah Valley is second to none. With its scenic beauty, historic sites, natural caverns, and thriving cities with arts, culture, and excellent cuisine, there’s something for every inclination in the Shenandoah Valley. Vacation home rentals in the Shenandoah Valley give you easy access to all that this vibrant region has to offer.

History

Rich history in Shenandoah Valley

The Shenandoah Valley has numerous historic sites and museums celebrating the heritage of the region, many right in the area of cabin rentals. The Virginia Quilt Museum displays historic handmade quilts from different eras in a historic home, and the Heritage Museum, which houses the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, showcases the local history of the community with artifacts inside a farmstead-style building. The James Madison University Mineral Museum is a unique destination with gemstone and crystal specimens from around the world, and the Valley Turnpike Museum exhibits the history of the Valley Turnpike and its local settlements.

Things to do

Must-see attractions near Shenandoah Valley vacation homes

From culture and history to outdoor adventure and leisure, the Shenandoah Valley has endless opportunities to make the most of your stay. Vacation rentals can be found near such landmarks as the Massanutten Resort, an adventure resort with skiing and snowboarding in winter, a waterpark with pools and slides for summer, golf, and a wide selection of restaurants. The White Oak Lavender Farm & Purple WOLF Vineyard offers beautiful scenery and fragrant blooms, along with world-class wines. The Edith J. Carrier Arboretum, a botanical garden with trails through a lush forest, is perfect for nature lovers, and the Explore More Discovery Museum has interactive science displays for children.

Outdoor activities

Best excursions in Shenandoah Valley

The Shenandoah Valley is a hub of outdoor recreation, with hundreds of acres of lush forest, miles of trails, and crystal-clear bodies of water. Vacation rentals give you opportunities to take advantage of this beautiful landscape with trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, or skiing, and canoeing, kayaking, fishing, or swimming in the river. You can also play a few rounds of golf, blaze the trails on an ATV, climb dramatic cliffs, or rappel off the side of the mountain for an adrenaline-fueled adventure in the wilderness.

Restaurants and bars

Fresh and local cuisine in Shenandoah Valley

The Shenandoah Valley’s farms, markets, and orchards take you on a trip through the culinary history of the region. Fresh produce, organic meats, homemade breads, local cider, harvest honey, and endless acres of orchards make their way into almost every dish in the local restaurants, giving you a taste of the region. No matter your taste, you’re sure to find a restaurant, eatery, bakery, deli, or café near your summer rental that serves exactly what you’re craving.

Family friendly

Fun for the whole family in Shenandoah Valley

Family fun and excitement is right outside the door of your summer rental in the Shenandoah Valley. The Luray Caverns are a natural wonder with an elaborate cave system deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains, offering educational opportunities about nature and science. For animal lovers, the Virginia Safari Park, a 180-acre drive-through zoo gets you up close and personal with exotic wildlife from the safety of a vehicle, and Dinosaur Land has over 50 life-sized dinosaurs and artifacts to get a glimpse into the prehistoric past. The Shenandoah National Park, a vast wilderness area with an extensive network of trails through wetlands, waterfalls, and rocky peaks gets you out into nature and among the native wildlife in the area.

What are the top vacation rentals in Shenandoah Valley?

From luxury houses to rustic cottages, Vrbo has properties to suit every taste and budget. Pack your bags and check out these top vacation rentals in Shenandoah Valley:

  • "Unique Massanutten Lodge, Hot Tub": If you're looking for a comfy space in McGaheysville, this escape won't disappoint. It offers 5 bedrooms and amenities like a fireplace and high-speed internet services.
  • "Shenandoah Valley Farm House": Located in Waynesboro, this sought-after getaway has 4 bedrooms and plenty of handy amenities. A TV and internet services are among them.

For even more great options, use the search bar at the top of the page to find the perfect Shenandoah Valley vacation rental for you.

What are the best tiny house vacation rentals in Shenandoah Valley?

Punching above its weight when it comes to character and ingenuity, a tiny house vacation rental in Shenandoah Valley opens the door to big adventure. Turn off your gadgets and switch your focus to nature at one of these neat little stays:

  • You can look forward to a simpler way of life at "New 2022 Charming, Comfortable Tiny Home With Great Views Of Farm". Amenities at this gem in Lagoa e Carvoeiro include a porch and a free nearby fitness center.
  • "Tiny House+fun+luxe+mod+ev Charger+fast Wifi+w" in Waynesboro is another excellent choice. Free WiFi and a TV will help make your stay here more comfortable.

Can I find log cabins to rent in Shenandoah Valley?

Indisputable fact: Shenandoah Valley is home to some breathtaking nature, and a log cabin is the perfect way to experience it for yourself. Enjoy the outdoors without sacrificing comforts at one of these timber-clad bolt-holes:

  • Located in Appalachian Mountains, "Log Cabin For Couples And Family In The Shenandoah Valley" is the perfect mix of outdoor fun and comfort. Make the most of the convenient amenities here, such as a barbecue grill and pet-friendly services.
  • After a big day of adventuring, relax and unwind at "Highland Nest - Log Cabin - Stunning Mountain Views To National Forest". This cozy retreat in George Washington National Forest has a stovetop and off-street parking options.

What are the top-rated vacation rentals for weekend getaways in Shenandoah Valley?

There's nothing like getting behind the steering wheel and cruising to somewhere new. If you'd like to get away and put your feet up for a couple of days, check out these top weekend getaways in Shenandoah Valley:

  • Make yourself cozy at "Cabin - Quiet And Comfortable Rural Mountain Retreat" in McDowell and make use of all its comforts. But a weekend away isn't just about taking it easy. Get out and discover cool nature sights such as Jefferson Pools and Gypsy Hill Park. Cycling and sledding are some exciting activities you can try in the area too.
  • "Mountain Views~ 3 King Master Suites" in Front Royal is also suited to a fast-paced getaway. Stay in and catch up on rest or get out and enjoy some hiking and biking and fishing. If you plan to do a bit of sightseeing, Old Jail Museum and State Arboretum of Virginia should be on your to-do list.

Can I find studio apartments for rent in Shenandoah Valley?

Easy to keep clean and tidy and with everything you need close at hand, studio apartments are an awesome option if you're traveling by yourself or with a pal. If you're looking for somewhere small and comfortable to call home while you're away, have a look at these studio apartments for rent in Shenandoah Valley:

  • "Cabin - Quiet And Comfortable Rural Mountain Retreat" is a cozy retreat in McDowell. You'll have plenty of amenities at hand here, including a washing machine and free toiletries. When it's time to discover some nearby cultural sights, Warm Springs Gallery and Artisans Courtyard should be among your first stops.
  • Alternatively, unpack your suitcase at "Cabin - Couples Mountain Retreat" which offers WiFi, a fridge and more. Located in George Washington National Forest, sights such as Wayne Theatre and P. Buckley Moss Gallery will appeal to your inner culture vulture.

Can I find short term rentals in Shenandoah Valley?

Book yourself a cheap and cozy cabin or ignore your accountant and splurge on a high-end apartment. Vrbo has a great range of short-term rentals for your getaway in Shenandoah Valley. Check out these properties for some inspiration:

  • Set up camp near the center of McDowell and spend your days checking out the sights from "Cabin - Quiet And Comfortable Rural Mountain Retreat". Along with its convenient location, this escape has everything you need to make your getaway relaxed and carefree.
  • "Mountain Views~ 3 King Master Suites" also welcomes short-term guests. Spend a day or two at this vacation rental in Front Royal and discover why it's a favorite among many travelers.

What are the best romantic weekend getaways in Shenandoah Valley?

Whether you've been together for a month, a year or an eternity, there's nothing like a romantic weekend getaway to keep passions alive. If you're looking for the ideal place to spend a couple of days with your sweetheart, you'll fall headfirst for these escapes:

  • Catch up on quality time and lots of cuddles at "Unique Massanutten Lodge, Hot Tub" in McGaheysville. Skiing facilities and a fireplace are just two of the thoughtful touches you'll find here.
  • Another amorous option is "Shenandoah Valley Farm House" in Waynesboro. Enjoy amenities here including beauty services and winery tours, in addition to each other's company.

What are the best large group vacation rentals in Shenandoah Valley?

If your idea of a dream trip away is to bring along all your favorite people, you'll be needing a whole bunch of space. Luckily, there are many vacation rentals in Shenandoah Valley that cater to large groups, starting with these sprawling stunners:

  • "Unique Massanutten Lodge, Hot Tub": This popular retreat is a terrific choice for larger groups planning to visit McGaheysville. It has 5 bedrooms and lots of great amenities, including a water park and a kitchen.
  • "Reconnect With Family And Friends At Our Large": This vacation rental in Wintergreen has 6 bedrooms, so don't stress about leaving anybody off your invite list. A firepit and a fireplace are among its many highlights.

Are there large vacation rentals that sleep 30 or more in Shenandoah Valley?

Organizing a trip to Shenandoah Valley with all your favorite people doesn't have to mean squishing everyone into one or two rooms. If you want someplace comfy where you and your crew can spread out and unwind, one of these large vacation rentals might suit you perfectly:

  • "Payton's Peak Mansion Estate In Massanutten Virginia Resort 17": This vacation rental in McGaheysville has 10 bedrooms and can comfortably sleep up to 40 people. As well as a generous amount of space, it comes with a water park and a firepit.
  • "Westcott House - Privacy, Amenities And Space All In One Beautiful Package": Accommodating up to 45 guests and with a host of great amenities such as a fireplace and mountain views, this is another standout. It has 8 bedrooms and is located in The South.

What are the best houses for rent with a pool in Shenandoah Valley?

In Shenandoah Valley, you'll find lots of house rentals where a pool day can be every day. Having a splashing good time will be your main priority at one of these superb getaways:

  • Mum, dad, kids, grandparents — everyone will love hanging by the pool at "Shenandoah Valley Farm House". Treat the family to a trip to this Waynesboro rental home which also features a separate dining area and a video library.
  • Lounge beside the water while the kids splash around at "Historic Manor House On Shenandoah River In Virginia's Wine Country". This option in Bluemont comes with a range of conveniences to keep your crew happy and comfortable, such as a DVD player and books.