Madison – which was named after James Madison’s family, offers several wineries in the area which welcome visitors. You’re not far from Shenandoah National Park and the Appalachian Trail.
Fauquier – The heart of Virginia’s horse and wine country. There are more than twenty wineries for you to visit. You’ll be impressed by the award winning wines you have the opportunity to sample. They all make great gifts to bring back to those unfortunate friends that couldn’t come with you.
Culpeper – Still making history. It is the home of the only legal moonshine distillery in Virginia; Belmont Farm. You’ll see how it is made and hear stories that have been passed down for generation within the family. It is rich in history of Civil War battlefields and proudly hosts 215 million year old dinosaur tracks at the Museum of Culpeper History.
Rappahannock – in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The community is small and charming, known for breathtaking landscapes, orchards and farms. They possess a love of theater and you can enjoy a performance at The Theatre House at Castleton Farms, home of Maestro Lorin and Dietlinde Maazel, a legendary and world renowned conductor.
Orange – Home of Barboursville and Horton Vineyards. The history is palpable in this memorable community. Orange County Civil War sites offer an historical perspective of the war and the people who fought it.
There truly is so much to experience here and it’s all just a short drive away. You can spend the day exploring and then return to Shenandoah Hills for a relaxing evening under the stars and in front of a campfire.
Be sure to check out our reservation page and book your stay with us. We look forward to seeing you.