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The area was very nice!! It was close enough for us to drive to the Natural Bridge and back! Also close enough to restaurants (a Cracker Barrel was next door). We were traveling with a small dog and were given a 1st floor room next to the outside door which worked out perfectly. No elevators to deal ...
Overall we had a very nice stay. The only disappointment was the pet policy. It was not verbally communicated that it would be an additional $160 per night for my 1 small dog to stay with me! It was advertised as a pet friendly hotel and I fully expected a small deposit or to give my credit card ...
Not a lot of choices here re the Skyline Drive. The room is basically good except for the NON smoking room STANK of cigarettes. The noise level is significant with people talking outside. And the freight trains. Didn't know the hotel accepted dogs+++++, I'm acutely allergic to them.The entrance to ...
We have stayed here a few times before and like to because the hotel is smoke free. But during our recent visit we had quite a few spiders in our bedsheets and a barking dog in the room across the hall.
Wish we were able to stay more than one night. Just passing through on our way back to NY. We will definitely plan a fall foliage trip. Wonderful location, friendly and helpful staff and delicious breakfast. The room was amazing, spacious and incredibly comfortable bed with plush linens. Truly a ...
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Known for its wineries and hiking trails, Waynesboro has lots to offer visitors including its mountains, skyscrapers, and festivals. See the local sights and visit Wayne Theatre and Waynesboro Heritage Museum. While you're there, make sure you don't miss Shenandoah Valley Art Center and Plumb House Museum. If you need some supplies for your animal companion, stop at The Dog Nanny & Dog Walkers or Ollie's Organics.