When you sit down to breakfast at the Inn at Narrow Passage, it’s difficult to imagine people have been sheltered by these walls since 1740. Other parts of the inn are newer, but not all that much, which makes a stay here all the more special.
The innkeepers, Ellen and Ed, are masters of hospitality and conversation. They know history, and they love the Shenandoah Valley, so they are great travel counselors.
Three of my suggestions for exploring the area are the Muse Vineyard for nice wine, Swover Creek Farm for craft beer and good pizza, and Route 11 Chips for crunchy snacks.
My room at the Inn at Narrow Passage was quite comfortable, and, of course, was thoroughly modern on the inside. U.S. 11, the modern incarnation of the Old Wagon Road from the 1700s, was just outside my window, but I never knew it. I was lost in history and sound asleep.More
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- Free Parking