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Cabin in Luray
Built 2022, upscale rustic modern cabin with view!
★Built 2022, beautiful cabin ★Walk to river & Shenandoah Outfitters-rafting, kayaking, boating, fishing! ★Lake view (no water access) ★Hot tub w/ view ★Sleeps 4 (2 more children with sleeper sofa, please inquire) ★Outdoor areas w/ views ★Fire pit ★Fireplace (electric) ★Smart TVs ★Games ★WiFi (faster and more reliable than most in the area) ★Use your own streaming ★Dining area for 4 ★Stylish & upscale ★8 minutes to Bixler's Ferry Boat Launch ★20 mins - Luray ★30 mins - Shenandoah National Park
$137 per night
Cabin in Stanley
NEW cabin, upscale interior, stunning views! VV
Brand new! Upscale rustic-modern! ★Incredible views from front porch and the hot tub (all view pics taken from porch) ★3 outdoor seating areas with swing, Adirondack chairs, fire pit, picnic table, & grill ★King, queen, & two twin beds, all with 4” memory foam ★Fireplace (elect) ★3 Smart TVs (incl 70") ★Lots of games, books, arcade basketball ★WiFi ★Dish Network, streaming ★Dining for 6 (table extends) ★Well-equipped ★12 mins-Luray ★25 mins-Shenandoah Natl Park ★15 mins-Lake Lake Arrowhead
$158 per night
Cabin in Rileyville
**HIDEAWAY CABIN** Unique small-cabin experience!
Tuck yourself away in the tranquility of the mountains, with wildlife, amazing views, hot tub, wood stove and the amenities of modern life surrounded by wilderness. This is a tiny-cabin - +/- 416 sq ft. It has internet, a king sized bed & a hide-a-bed sofa. Sit on your private patio and grill or cook in the modern (if small) kitchen. Great home base for hiking & river fun-all nearby. Or hike to the waterfall from your cabin!
$226 per night

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Photo of Karen's Frozen Favorites
Karen's Frozen Favorites7 locals recommend
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Big Gem Park6 locals recommend
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Mamma Mia Italian Restaurant21 locals recommend
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Rudy’s Diner (Northside)19 locals recommend
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Shenandoah General Store4 locals recommend
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Dollar General3 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Shenandoah

Cabin in Luray
Blue Moon Log Cabin ❤️ Hot Tub and Walk to River
$131 per night
Earthen home in Broadway
Hobbit Style Underground Cabin
$149 per night
Yurt in Stanley
Shenandoah Yurt: Hot Tub~Wood Stove~WiFi~EVcharger
$639 per night
Cabin in Luray
Whispering Woods ~Top rated cabin by Washingtonian
$208 per night
Cabin in Luray
The Madeline Cabin Nestled in the Shenadoah Mountains
$168 per night
Cabin in Rileyville
Overlook Cabin
$229 per night
Cabin in Shenandoah
Shenandoah Sunsets~Breathtaking Views~ New Hot Tub
$162 per night
Barn in Quicksburg
Grist Mill Cabin Overlooking Creek
$210 per night
Cabin in Luray
Shenandoah Gem ~ Sauna ~ Walk to River ~ King Bed
$156 per night
Cabin in Luray
Shenandoah Escape ~Walk to River ~ King Bed
$133 per night
Cabin in Shenandoah
Charming Cabin Near Shenandoah River. Wander Inn!
$183 per night
Cabin in Rileyville
Clouds Cabin
$222 per night

Your guide to Shenandoah

All About Shenandoah

Mysterious caverns, mystical hot springs, and magnificent forests are only some of what make Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley a must-see. Amidst this beguiling landscape, charming small towns burst with local color, music, and flavor. Shenandoah has a rich history that looms larger than the small stature of the town itself. This tiny, rural community was first settled at the turn of the 19th century as a working class city when the railway was being built, and later the whole area became an important battlefield during the Civil War.

Today, the town of Shenandoah, which has a spot on the National Register of Historic Places, boasts a smattering of artisan and specialty shops, and local festivals year-round. But the real reason to visit is for its soul-stirring mountain vistas, which just call to be explored. Spend your time immersed in the beauty of nearby Shenandoah National Park, and discover why this town’s name translates to “daughter of the stars.”

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Shenandoah?

The Shenandoah Valley is a breathtakingly beautiful region year-round, with wildflowers in spring, lush green foliage in summer, fiery colors in autumn, and blankets of snow in winter. If you’re looking for the warmest weather and the opportunity to splash around or rent a boat on the river, come between June and August. Come for the Memorial Day Festival and Parade to kick off the summer season, but be sure to book ahead, as the summer months are busy around here.

In autumn, the stunning foliage at Shenandoah National Park continues to draw crowds. September and October should still be fairly mild, while by the end of November it could already be snowy. The winter has its own charm here; spend days skiing on the nearby mountains, and evenings curled up in your Shenandoah cottage rental, watching the snow fall. By April, the snow should mostly be melted, and in May, the weather is warm and the surrounding scenery erupts with beautiful flowers.

What are the top things to do in Shenandoah?

Hawksbill Mountain

Shenandoah National Park has no shortage of beautiful hiking trails, but one of the most impressive is Hawksbill Mountain. Rising up into the sky at 4,050 feet tall, there is no better vantage point to see all the colors of the park sprawled out before you. It’s also a popular nesting ground for hawks; you can’t get too close, but if you’re lucky you’ll see them swooping through the peaks.

Luray Caverns

Make the short drive out of town to Luray Caverns, one of the most beautiful spots in the area. Weave through stalactites and stalagmites and listen to the hauntingly beautiful bellow of the Great Stalacpipe Organ, the world’s largest musical instrument, which uses the naturally occurring acoustics (and a little man-made engineering) to create its songs.

Shenandoah River

The Shenandoah river flows through the small town, providing one of the best hangout spots for locals, tourists, and wildlife alike. In the summer, rent a kayak and paddle down the scenic waterway, stroll through tree-fringed trails, or set up shop with a grill and some burgers for a riverside barbecue.

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