The Inn At Narrow Passage
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The Inn at Narrow Passage is located in the Shenandoah Valley, between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Alleghenies in Woodstock, Virginia.
Our bed and breakfast is a wonderful place to tranquilize and take in the beauty of the Valley. We welcome all travelers seeking lodging with comfort and friendly hospitality.
The Inn at Narrow Passage is a haven of five private acres besides the Shenandoah river that offers guests a country atmosphere.
This historic 1740 inn encompasses 12 guestrooms decorated in the colonial style, a meeting room equipped for executive retreats, common areas, and lush outdoor areas that are perfect for special events.
In the main building, guests can enjoy the large common room, with its gleaming pine floors, wing chairs and massive limestone fireplace. A hearty, fireside breakfast is served in the panelled dining room, with fine restaurants nearby for other meals.
Facilities for Meetings and Special Events
The Inn's facilities make it the perfect place for executive conferences. With a peaceful setting for a productive meeting and lots to do after the work is done, the inn is just the right size for a group of up to 25. A conference room, dining rooms, and gathering rooms for breakout sessions are available for your needs. Just call us with your ideas or questions. We also are able to host small weddings and receptions. Please call to talk to us about your wedding plans.
Woodstock, Edingburg and the whole Shenandoah Valley is riddled with history, outdoor activities, attractions and events. Below is an abbreviated list of events, attractions and events you can participate in while staying at Narrow Passage. For more details, please visit the "Activities" page of our website.
- New Market Battlefield
- Cedar Creek Battlefield
- Re-enactment of the Battle of Cedar Creek at historic Belle Grove Plantation
- Shenandoah River
- Stocked ountain trout streams
- Fly Fishing
- Conoeing and tubing
- Antique shops
- Shendoah Vinyards
- North Mountain Vineyard
- Horseback Riding with Fort Valley Riding Stable
- Hiking trails in the National Forest. Maps available at the Inn
- Hot air ballooning with Valley Ballooning in Woodstock
- Woodstock Cafe and Shoppes for gourmet coffees, special lunches, and unique shopping
- Shenandoah Valley Music Festival in the village of Orkney Springs
- Fairfax Symphony Orchestra
True Colonial Inns were built along the major trails and toll roads of Early America. So it is with the Inn at Narrow Passage. Its oldest section was built about 1740. The Inn at Narrow Passage has been welcoming travelers along the Great Wagon Road (now U.S. Route 11) for over 250 years.
The Inn's sturdy log walls made it a safe haven against Indian attacks at the "narrow passage"- where the roadbed was only one wagon wide and traveling was very dangerous. Later, it became important as Stonewall Jackson's headquarters during the Valley Campaign of 1862. Historians like to note that it was here General Jackson commanded Jedediah Hotchkiss to "Make me a map of the Valley."
From settlers seeking refuge from Indians to present day travelers looking for a haven against the stresses of modern life, the Inn at Narrow Passage has kept its promise of comfort and hospitality, continuing to be a welcome sight to travelers from all over the world.
Recognized for "Excellence in Preservation 2007" by the Shenandoah Preservation League
Selected by National Geographic Traveler as one of 150 hotels and inns in North America that "Celebrate their Sense of Place"