Way better than any "hotel" for the cost!
Posted Nov 28, 2016
Found this resort by accident looking for a hotel for two days in this vicinity. For what you would pay for a hotel suite we booked this totally autonomous log cabin in a woodland setting, with two BR, full bath, full KIT & LR with wood burning fireplace! The property has this type of accommodation as well as yurts (yes yurts), regular main-building type hotel rooms and even RV and tenting on the property. They also have horseback riding, both indoor and outdoor (seasonal) pools and spas, a game room and on and on. The kicker is you'd pay just as much for a nice hotel!
CONS: The only minor cons are that the buildings (at least the unit we stayed in) are a little dated as of this writing. Paint chipping, things a little worn, etc. But really nothing to make a fuss over. The horse riding as noted is only for beginners. TIPS: Buy firewood from the local sawmill which is just down the main road. Buying it at the on site general store it is way overpriced. If you are a pool player, bring your own cues. Horse riding is strictly entry level stay-in-line trail riding only. No self guided, nothing over a walk, etc. Don't laugh... do yourself a solid and rent a yurt. Seriously. They are fully appointed, applianced, heated and fascinating. This ain't Ghengis' old tent!
Comment from Hotel Management
Dec 2, 2016 by Bluegreen Customer Care, Hotel Management
Hello Tom the Bug Man, Thank you for staying with us at the Shenandoah Crossing. We are delighted to hear that you loved everything about our accommodations! We are glad you also enjoyed our spa services, game room, swimming pools, and horseback riding. We very much appreciate you sharing your feedback with us. We do hope you will join us again!