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While booking the room I explained that we had two children and the person I was talking to agreed to wave the charge for extra guests. in the background I hear a snarling voice say "can we talk about this!" then after giving them my...More
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Response from charlesVirginia, Owner at Lackawanna B&BResponded 17 May 2013
Lackawanna B&B has always welcomed the reviews we get. The good, the bad and the ugly, as we feel we can always learn from every criticism.
However, this review is a total distortion of the facts and the only thing we can learn from this...More
Nicely restored historic home with modern amenities, and beautiful chestnut woodwork. Sandy and Phil are great hosts, helpful with suggestions for our "things to see and do " list. They prepared an excellent breakfast with a fire going in the dining room fireplace on the...More
This was our first bed and breakfast that my husband and I have been to. We arrived Saturday evening, Phil and Sandy were both very welcoming, they made sure we knew exactly where we needed to go if we needed to leave the house. Phil's...More
Tucked into the folds on the outskirts of Front Royal, this B&B was truly impressive.
The building itself is splendid, and although it appears to be 1900s painted brick structure.
The grounds are enjoyable, but need some upkeep.
Food: Breakfast was Excellent
We enjoyed our stay, the home was nice and relaxing along with amenties we did not know we would receive, complementary wine and goodies, there was even a back and foot massaging machine! Sandy and Phil were friendly and helpful, they made their home ours....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.