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We (Heart) the Arts

To visit Downtown Harrisonburg is to realize that it’s one of those little corners of the world that’s a true up-and-comer. It’s making its mark with a plethora of phenomenal restaurants, brewing companies, visiting bands of all sorts of fame… and a burgeoning arts scene. Designated an Arts & Cultural District, Harrisonburg’s spotlight shines on […]

Hello Harrisonburg: Welcoming the newest restaurants downtown

You probably know this already, but downtown Harrisonburg is one the hottest places to eat in the Shenandoah Valley (fun fact: we’re the first designated culinary district in the state!) We have it all — from Italian, to Caribbean, to German, to locally sourced fare. Even though there are already 30+ restaurants to choose from, […]

Out & About: The Highland County Maple Fest

Maps from the Highland Maple Festival

Did you know… that maple syrup has a higher calcium content than milk? That maple syrup has only 40 calories per tablespoon (5 less than honey and 15 less than white sugar)? That it takes 40 quarts of sugar water from the maple tree to make one quart of syrup? I recently discovered these things […]

Get Inspired: Creating a B&B-Worthy Guestroom

For the Guestroom

One of the biggest reasons people come to us and say “we’ve always wanted to have our own bed & breakfast!” is because they love to open their home and play the host. They long to create that home-away-from-home feel their guests can sink into without a care, to elevate the getaway experience and make […]

Harrisonburg Happenings: March + April

The temperature is rising here in the ‘Burg, and the events calendar is warming up, too. With longer days, fewer layers, and heightened spirits, we’re itching to get out of the house (err, Inn) and get back to exploring. Here are a few of the things you won’t want to miss if you’ll be visiting […]

Hit the Road: Jonathan & Julie’s Packing Essentials

Packing Essentials

Our car is officially part of our relationship. It took us from Maine (Julie’s home) to California (Jonathan’s home) on a month-long honeymoon, then back again a few months later when we accepted work at the Stonewall Jackson Inn. Since then, it’s been up and back to New England, down to Florida, and remained our […]