Choose Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop Lodging for your Extended Wedding Weekend
With lodging that includes everything from rustic cabins to the most sumptuous suites, choosing where to stay may be the most difficult part of planning your Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop wedding weekend.
Loop lodging partners are the best of the best: personally visited by Loop managers and perennial top performers on TripAdvisor.
This eclectic group includes a lodge constructed in a National Park as part of President Roosevelt’s New Deal, a National Register of Historic Places “Ordinary” with a craft brewery in the basement, and an antebellum-style inn with a sweeping staircase straight out of Gone with the Wind.
Share this Loop Lodging Overview with your guests and encourage them to reserve early, and plan to stay long.
- Shadow Mountain Escape – Luray
Romantic, elegant, authentic timber-frame cabins in a woodland park setting bordering the Shenandoah National Park. The Gothic Tower in their stone courtyard offers romantic seating for guests!
- Foster Harris House Bed & Breakfast – Washington
Luxury B&B in an intimate, historic home with panoramic views of the VA countryside.
- Greenfield Inn Bed & Breakfast – Washington
Southern Georgian-style mansion from the 1760’s with original handmade glass windows and heart pine floors, on 83 acres outside the charming town of Washington in gorgeous Rappahannock County.
- Hopkins Ordinary B&B – Sperryville
Upscale guest rooms and Garden Cottage on the National Register of Historic Places in the tiny village of Sperryville, co-located with Hopkins Ordinary Ale Works.
- Piney Hill B&B and Cottages – Luray
Early 1800’s-era, award-winning B&B, cottages and suite on two acres in the countryside outside of Luray.
- Sharp Rock Vineyard Cottage Bed & Breakfast – Sperryville
One and two-bedroom cottages on the grounds of a working winery with fireplaces and decks and spectacular mountain sunset views.
- South Court Inn – Luray
Sumptuous Victorian-style rooms on two acres with extensive gardens, couples’ swings/gliders and a large fire pit, within easy walking distance of antique shops, ice cream and coffee shops, and dining ranging from bar-b-cue to gourmet.
- Shenandoah Woods – Wedding Venue + Lodging – Luray
Beautiful venue and lodging for large groups in the mountains of Luray.
- The Mimslyn Inn – Luray
Gracious Southern antebellum-style Inn with dramatic winding staircase and large front porch with mountain views, full-service restaurant and Speakeasy Pub, within walking distance to downtown Luray.
- Big Meadows Lodge – Shenandoah National Park
On iconic Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park, the Lodge on 10-acres was constructed in 1939 by President Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps and offers a relaxed, rustic getaway.
- Skyland Resort – Shenandoah National Park
Founded in 1888 as a private retreat, Skyland is on Skyline Drive’s highest elevation at 3,680 feet, offering breathtaking views of the Shenandoah Valley.
- The Inn at Little Washington – Washington
Stunningly-designed rooms and two-story suites in the heart of “Little Washington,” co-located with the Michelin 3-star restaurant of the same name.