Why stay in the same old hotel? Our Harrisonburg, VA bed and breakfast is a certified 3-Diamond AAA Historic Inn, Top rated on TripAdvisor, & member of BedandBreakfast.com’s “Diamond Collection”!
Our ambiance is that of a comfortable, Southern home right in the midst of the quaint and lively Historic Downtown District that boasts fine dining, shopping, art galleries, museums, nightlife, adjacent to JMU’s campus!
We have varying bed sizes with luxury sheets and all private bath. Our heating and cooling system provides comfort at your fingertips. FREE wireless internet is available anywhere in the inn.
Each morning, wake up to a delicious, gourmet “Breakfast To Remember” specially prepared just for you! We use the freshest ingredients purchased from local producers.
The Stonewall Jackson Inn, as a (circa 1880) Queen Ann mansion, sits on “Red Hill” overlooking the Historic District of downtown Harrisonburg. Historically called Rocktown, the city played a central role in the Civil War as it was the supply distribution depot for General Lee’s major campaigns. General Stonewall Jackson was on the faculty of the famous Virginia Military Institute. He knew the Valley well, and was General Lee’s first choice to be the “Valley’s Defender”. There were 11 assaults on the City, but it was never taken until after his death.
A valley in the mountains, which are covered with hardwood forests, is brilliant in the fall, flowering in the spring, green with streams and waterfalls in the summer, with beautiful downhill and cross-country skiing in the wintertime. Eighty percent of the mountains are either State or National Parks or preserved Wild National Forests. Canoeing, whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, biking, or a lazy beautiful motor trip over the Scenic Continental Divide’s Skyline Drive are just some of the activities. Shenandoah is truly a four seasons destination and we are ideally located right in the middle of it all!