Getting to the Inn is almost as fun as being there!
We are located in Luray’s historic downtown and provide a perfect home base when exploring an impressive selection of recreational activities, major attractions, and cultural history throughout the area. Country roads and a rural landscape will lead you here - where charming downtowns featuring shops, festivals, performing arts, paved walking trails, museums and monuments are accessible all year round.
A full-service attraction with gift shops, food options, museums, ropes course, and a one-acre garden maze.Learn More
Host to Skyline Drive and stretches from north to south along a 105-mile crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Some 75 vista overlooks and 500 miles of hiking trails, including the famous Appalachian Trail, provide enthusiasts a national park experience complete with visitor centers, exhibits, and ranger programs.Learn More
18-hole semi-private golf course boasting beautiful views from every hole and vantage point.Learn More
Luray offers an impressive selection of shops and eateries located in historically restored buildings and within walking distance from the inn.Learn More
Trails for all abilities that lead to waterfalls, rock outcrops, and other forest and protected wilderness in Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest.Learn More
Scenic rides on country roads or forested paths are available for all abilities.Learn More
Shenandoah River’s south fork flows through the entire length of the area, creating a playground for canoeing, tubing, fishing, and swimming. Local outfitters provide rentals and guided trips.Learn More
Town of Luray special events include activities at the Recreation Park, Lake Arrowhead, and the Luray Hawksbill Greenway.Learn More
A designated Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail and Bird Sanctuary. Follow Hawksbill Creek along a 2-mile paved walking and biking loop with convenient entry and footbridge locations off Luray’s Main Street. A linear park with paved walking pathways, benches, and picnic tables that parallel the trout-stocked Hawksbill Creek.Learn More
The Shenandoah Valley is often referred to as “the Breadbasket of the Confederacy.”Learn More
Shenandoah Valley Spirits Trail and Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop provides organized visits to working farms specializing in wine, distillery and craft beer.Learn More
Mimslyn event schedule and area event calendar.Upcoming Events