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Shenandoah vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Shenandoah

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Tiny home in Stanley
Tiny Cabin Surrounded by Shenandoah National Park
Escape to the serenity of Shenandoah National Park in our cozy log tiny house - the idyllic Hidden Hill Cabin. Enjoy the beauty of nature while being close to all the amenities in the towns of Stanley & Luray. At 2700ft elevation, catch breathtaking winter sunrises in the hot tub, the porch, or by the smokeless fire pit. Perfect for a romantic getaway or a peaceful retreat, this tiny home offers a unique and cozy stay in the heart of the mountains. An AWD/4WD vehicle is required during winter.
$191 per night
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Cabin in Stanley
The Hot Toddy | Views~Hot Tub~Fire Pit~WiFi
Imagine waking up in a secluded mountain retreat. You grab a cup of steaming coffee and move to the front porch to watch the sun peel over the mountains as birdsong whispers in the background. You soak in the view and anticipate an invigorating day full of unexpected adventures. Located near Luray and the majestic Luray Caverns, this log cabin has easy access and panoramic views of the Shenandoah Valley Blue Ridge Mountains and is a few minutes from the Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway.
$331 per night
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Cabin in New Market
Views! Hot Tub! Tranquil Mountain Escape
BRAND NEW LISTING! 4WD/AWD required. Experience the ultimate mountain retreat in Newmarket, VA!! Enjoy spectacular views of the valley from the deck's hot tub or relax on the beautiful screened porch. The interior has been completely remodeled, featuring a wood-burning stove and high-speed internet. Surrounded by the George Washington National Forest on three sides, adventure awaits just steps away. Book your stay today and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the mountains.
$204 per night
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Stay near Shenandoah's top sights

Photo of Mamma Mia Italian Restaurant
Mamma Mia Italian Restaurant21 locals recommend
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Rudy’s Diner (Northside)19 locals recommend
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Shenandoah River Adventures L.L.C.45 locals recommend
Photo of Mr. Garcia's Mexican Grill and Cantina
Mr. Garcia's Mexican Grill and Cantina18 locals recommend
Photo of Dollar General
Dollar General3 locals recommend
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Karen's Frozen Favorites7 locals recommend

Shenandoah house rentals

Home in Basye
Romantic Treetop Retreat: Hot Tub•King Beds
$252 per night
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Home in Rileyville
Modern Riverside Cabin w Hot Tub, Fire Pit, Kayaks
$145 per night
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Home in Luray
NEW upscale rustic-modern cabin w/ water view! RV
$147 per night
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Home in Basye
Lux Cabin with hot tub, remote work, & EV ready!
$183 per night
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Home in Rileyville
Mountain Getaway w/Hot Tub & Amazing Views!
$191 per night
Home in Basye
Lux 5 Star❤️HotTub, Deck, Mountain View, King Bed
$194 per night
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Home in Stanley
Mountain views near Luray w/ hot tub & game room!
$311 per night
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Home in Luray
Modern Mid Century Home + Mountain Views + River
$264 per night
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Home in Luray
Eden House - A cozy chic mountain escape
$307 per night
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Home in Basye
Spacious Mountain Getaway~Hot Tub~Theater~Firepit
$225 per night
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Home in Mount Jackson
Light Filled Mountain Retreat in the Shenandoah
$130 per night
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Home in Stanardsville
Zen River Retreat
$192 per night
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Shenandoah cottage rentals

Cottage in Fort Valley
Cozy Getaway - Hot tub + Mountain Views | Pets
$126 per night
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Cottage in Afton
Oasis in the Blue Ridge -Rt. 151 Brew Ridge Trail
$149 per night
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Cottage in New Market
"Reel and Relax"
$125 per night
Cottage in Shenandoah
River front Cottage ❤️Huge deck, tubes, fire pit
$243 per night
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Cottage in Luray
Holly Tree Retreat Located In Beautiful Luray, VA.
$198 per night
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Cottage in Afton
Couples Getaway, W/ King bed,heart of RT 151
$95 per night
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Cottage in Elkton
Captivating cabin on Hawksbill Creek/SNP w hot-tub
$249 per night
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Cottage in Fort Valley
Cozy Cottage/Pet Heaven
$163 per night
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Cottage in Elkton
Bridge House Inn, 10 min to Shen. Nat'l. Park
$101 per night
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Cottage in Shenandoah
Shenandoah River Chalet❤️fire pit tubes/deck
$192 per night
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Cottage in Timberville
Raven Ridge Retreat: Romantic Orchard Getaway
$135 per night
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Cottage in Stanley
Shenandoah Hideaway MTN Top Views Total Privacy!
$173 per night
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Shenandoah barn rentals

Barn in Elkton
Elkton Dairy Barn near Shenandoah National Park
$139 per night
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Barn in Luray
Little Red Barn w/Modern Farm Charm on 3 Acres
$163 per night
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Private room in Stanardsville
Shire Suite at White Lotus Eco Spa retreat
$85 per night
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Barn in Mathias
Lost River Bunkhouse Barn, dog-friendly + hot tub
$176 per night
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Private room in Stanardsville
Crows Nest
$49 per night
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Barn in Stanardsville
Vintage Barn at Mulberry Springs
$148 per night
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Barn in Charlottesville
The Loft at Minor Mill - Private loft apartment.
$181 per night
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Barn in Madison County
Cozy barn cottage on a private pond.
$118 per night
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Barn in Orange
Stunning 2-bedroom Barn with indoor fireplace
$300 per night
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Barn in Buena Vista
Blue Ridge Artist's Studio - Mountain view
$140 per night
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Barn in Etlan
Hayloft Cottage
$165 per night
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Barn in Boston
Pet Friendly Cottage on 21 acre farm
$178 per night
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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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