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All reviewsfront porchrose roomgracious hostscomplimentary winehistoric housebed and breakfastbiscotticroissant french toastcold beveragesclaw foot tubquiet surroundingsother guestssitting roomvery pleasant stayphilsandyrestored
While we enjoyed our stay we felt that we were mislead about what to expect. First of all we were expecting to enjoy the beautiful pool shown in the online brochure. It was not operational and we were not warned in advance. Also, we imagined...More
The B&B is in a very quiet and secluded area with a campground just below it. The porch is spacious with lots of rockers, a swing, and benches. The inside woodwork is original with the dining room to the left of the front door and...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the hospitality of Sandy and Phil as they provided a relaxing retreat in lovely area. Super breakfast and free wine. In fact only sort of complaint was didn’t have air conditioning on as our upstairs room was warm when temp hit 90...More
After making an on-line reservation for a room at this bed & breakfast I unfortunately had to cancel. I sent the innkeepers an e-mail explaining this, well within the 7 day cancellation period. I sent them a copy of my cancellation email and I was...More
Response from charlesVirginia, Owner at Lackawanna B&BResponded 25 November 2017
My response was not that I did not open the cancellation email but that her response was sent on the copy of her room reservation confirmation and the subject line read “your reservation has been confirmed”; so I would not have opened that email as...More
We had a very pleasant stay for one night in this beautiful B&B. The house is very quiet and comfortable. There are a complimentary wine bar and cold beverages for the guests. the house is perfectly located for trips to the Shenandoah state park and...More
Response from jcnenglish | Reviewed this property |
Front Royal (if you have a car) is about as close to the Shenandoah Valley as you can be, without your actually being there. There are, of course, B&B's in the Valley itself (near Stevens City, for example). But Skyline... More
Front Royal (if you have a car) is about as close to the Shenandoah Valley as you can be, without your actually being there. There are, of course, B&B's in the Valley itself (near Stevens City, for example). But Skyline Drive entrance may well be closer to Front Royal.
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"If you need a shower, ask for the room with the shower. It is difficult to shower in a claw foot bathtub."