The Inn At Narrow
The oldest guest rooms feature wood floors, stenciling and the atmosphere of colonial times.
Rooms in later additions are decorated in the same style, but open onto porches, with views of the Shenandoah River and the Massanutten Mountains to the east.
The oldest guest rooms feature pine floors, stenciling, and the atmosphere of colonial times.
Rooms in later additions are decorated in the same style, but open onto porches, with pretty views across the lawn
toward the river and mountains to the east.
The Inn is fully air-conditioned and has complimentary wireless internet throughout. Most of our twelve rooms have queen sized beds, private baths, and fireplaces, which are used October through March. Many of our guest rooms have televisions and small refrigerators.
All the modern comforts have been added, but the old-fashioned hospitality and tradition are still here!
Queen bed and porch
Queen bed, porch, accessible
Two queen beds, porch
Queen canopy bed, fireplace, porch
Two queen beds, fireplace, porch
Gift Certificates Available
Hiking trails in the National Forest are ten minutes away. Maps to some of the more popular ones are available at the Inn. Horseback riding is another wonderful way to experience the beauty of the Valley. The Fort Valley Riding Stable offers one hour, half-day, and all-day trail rides for all abilities.
Because the Valley played such an important part in the Civil War, it is not surprising that its legacy lives on. Battlefields such as New Market and Cedar Creek give visitors a glimpse into one of the most heroic and tragic times in American history.
Every fall, over three thousand re-enactors converge on the grounds of the historic Belle Grove Plantation to recreate the Battle of Cedar Creek. This event is a must for any Civil War buff.
Recognized for "Excellence in Preservation" by the
Shenandoah Preservation League
Selected by National Geographic Traveler as one of 150 Hotels and Inns in North America that
"Celebrate their Sense of Place"
The Shenandoah River, along with nearby stocked, mountain trout streams, play host to some of the best fishing in the East. Nationally known fly fishing expert Harry Murray owns and operates his fly shop in Edinburg, two miles south of the Inn. Here you can find the latest hand-tied flies, as well as a large selection of Orvis rods and apparel. He also offers guide service and fishing schools.
An afternoon of canoeing or tubing is just a short walk from the Inn's back door on the Shenandoah River. The Shenandoah River Outfitters, about thirty minutes away on the South Fork, provides canoes and river shuttles.
Antique shops are just minutes away in the towns of Woodstock and Edinburg. You'll be sure to find that special gift to remember your stay in the valley.
Many of our guests enjoy visiting one of our area's caverns. Touring one of these magnificent works of nature provides a great way to escape the mid-day summer sun.
The fertile landscape of the Valley provides the perfect conditions for wine making. Shenandoah Vineyards and North Mountain Vineyard are just a five-minute drive from the Inn. Other wineries are within a short distance of the inn.
The Inn At Narrow Passage is a member of the
Bed & Breakfast Association of Virginia
Professional Association of Innkeepers International
Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America
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