Wayside Inn

The first travelers to the Inn started coming in 1797, pausing for bed and board as they journeyed across the Shenandoah Valley. Today, the tradition continues as each visitor receives a warm welcome back to a bygone era of fine food and lodging. Each of 22 guest rooms and suites is uniquely decorated with antiques and fine art. Visitors may also choose to stay in one of the two guest rooms that are rumored to be haunted.

The Inn serves traditional American and regional cuisine in seven unique dining rooms. Eat in the rustic, centuries old Slave’s Kitchen; enjoy a formal dining experience in the Main Dining Room, relax in Larrick’s Tavern and peer down the original well, or have your own private table on what once was the brick street where carriages dropped off goods to the Inn.

Wayside Inn also offers weekend entertainment, including karaoke, open mic nights, and live bluegrass jams.