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Baltimore Sun Writer Stays at the Stonewall Jackson Inn

Baltimore Sun Article

We had the privilege of hosting Baltimore Sun writer Meredith Bower a couple months ago, and she honored us with a great mention of the Inn. Have a read – she delivers a great report on the Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail … KEEP READING

Some Helpful Information for Navigating JMU Commencement Weekend

JMU is expecting nearly 25,000 students, family, and guests to converge on the Harrisonburg campus for this momentous occasion! And here at the Stonewall Jackson Inn, we’re preparing for a full house and reunions with many faces we’ve gotten to know well through the college years. We love a good celebration, and graduation is a big one. Here, a few insider tips to make your stay (and celebration) stress-free … KEEP READING



little drift, little smatter, drifting from above / falling, flying, softly sighing / gentle as a dove

Tip toes stealthily obey my curiosity, mustn’t wake the sleeping beauty by my side. Eagerly, quietly through the closed door out into the world this new journey leads. My breath catches tight in my chest, stinging cheeks, the crunch underfoot, a quick biting on the tip of the tongue, a sharp pain in the nostrils all confirm the transformation unveiling itself around me. … KEEP READING

Hosting Talent: Eric Taylor

Eric Taylor

We had the privilege of hosting folk musician Eric Taylor in March, and the team made it over to his concert here in Harrisonburg. Check out this little clip… KEEP READING

Behind the Lens: Meet Michael, Photographer & Web Marketing Intern

Michael Sheeler

Stonewall Jackson Inn’s hospitality team is growing. We’ve just added Michael Sheeler, photographer and web marketing intern to the crew, and he’s bringing incredible visual and technical expertise to our innkeeping team … KEEP READING

Hosting Talent: Breath of Soul

Breath of Soul

There was vocal magic at the Court Square Theatre stage here in Harrisonburg last Friday night. Three vocal bands opened wide their pipes and doused the crowd with energizing tunes spun in ear-opening new ways – and all sans the typical accompanying guitars, percussion, and keys. Yes folks, these were a cappella artists. … KEEP READING