Woodstock, VA 

The Inn at Narrow Passage

US 11 South Chapman Landing
Woodstock, VA 22664 US
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Rates: $145 to $175
Total Rooms: 12
Overall Rating: 5 hearts (1 review)


Circa 1740. This log inn has been welcoming travelers since the time settlers took refuge here against the Indians. Later, it served as a stagecoach inn on the old Valley Turnpike, and in 1862, it was Stonewall Jackson's headquarters. Most guest rooms feature working fireplaces and views of the Shenandoah River and Massanutten Mountains.Publicity and Awards: Southern Living, Washington Post, Washington Times, Richmond Times-Dispatch.Location: Mountains and Country.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $145 to $175
Payment types accepted include Master Card, Discover and Visa.
Rooms: This property has 12 total guest accommodations with private bath, 7 with fireplaces and 1 conference room.
The types of beds available include Queen.


Minimum Stay Requirements: Two night stay required some holiday and spring and fall weekends.
Cancellation: We need three days' notice to cancel without charge.
Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast.
Types of meals: Full Breakfast, Country Breakfast and Snacks/Refreshments.
Amenities In Room: Wireless Internet Access, Television, Telephone, Hair Dryer, Fireplace, Coffeemaker, Cable TV, Bath Amenities, Air Conditioning, Refrigerator and Heating.
Amenities On Site: Free parking on premise and Family/Kid Friendly.


Events Hosted: Romantic Getaways, Seminars, Meetings, history buffs, girls weekends and family gatherings.
Other Activities: Water Sports, Tennis, Skiing Downhill, Skiing Cross Country, Shopping (Local Crafts), Parks, Museums, Live Theater, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Golf, Fishing, Canoeing/Kayaking, Bicycling, Art Galleries, Antiquing, Birdwatching, Wineries, caverns and wine tasting.

Recommended Restaurant(s)

Sal's Italian Bistro, Spring House Tavern.

Historic Interest

Colonial log inn built in mid-1700s along the Great Wagon Road (now Rt. 11) through the Shenandoah Valley.. Site of Indian attacks at the 'narrow passage' during the French and Indian War and Stonewall Jackson's headquarters in 1862 during the Valley Campaign..
Historic Memberships: National Trust and Local Historical Society.
Historic sites nearby: Shenandoah County Courthouse (5 minutes), Cedar Creek Battlefield (15 minutes), New Market Battlefield (20 minutes)

Romantic Interest

Comfortable colonial furnishings and wood burning fireplaces. Breakfast by the fire in the dining room.