I got the hotel because it is right in the heart of the town which I found out later that all of them are. If you don't need to talk to anyone, include who's running the place, this place is for you. A small place (old home) and at a quiet street. The place is run remotely but you can always call a manager if you have some concerns or questions. Nice and clean with good air conditioning system. Good to sleep and run the next day (for me). I love to stay at bed and breakfast or small hotel but I need human contact. Surprise that there is no sink in the kitchen. The seating area is set to accommodate while eating breakfast.
Stayed here for one night on a trip to Shenandoah NP for the leaves and hiking. Chose it for the convenient location (12 miles from the Thornton Gap Park entrance) and this being a well reviewed and most affordable B&B in Luray. It's in a charming small updated house in a quiet residential neighborhood just on the edge of town (10-15 min walk) with spacious parking and small hot tub in back. There are altogether 4 rooms and on this Sunday evening occupants were just us and another couple. Public areas include a small parlor, breakfast room, pantry with microwave, and porch with tables and a swing chair. House is clean and well kept but not staffed (the other guests did meet the manager who was there early the next morning at breakfast but gone by the time we got up). Entry by door codes which were emailed to us on day of checkin. Presumably we could contact the manager anytime had there been a need but none arose while we were there. We had the Shenandoah room on the second floor, the smallest but updated and cozy with pleasing pastel colored walls. The queen bed a bit small but quite comfortable, nice bathroom with a very good and hot shower. Nice to have the bottled water and soft drinks in the fridge! Only thing was the aircon unit was a bit loud given the room size and also made a slight whiny noise on shut off. Breakfast was simple but adequate - boiled eggs, sausage patties, bagels, muffins, donuts, cereal, apples/bananas. Possible improvement: glazed donuts were very messy - plain ones would be much better! Overall we were very happy with our stay - it will be our first B&B choice next time we head out this way.…
Where’s Waldo, or How To Run an absentee inn. This is a true no-frills experience, but is acceptable only for the low cost. There was no visible innkeeper on premises, just an OK room with a minimal continental breakfast that appeared magically in the A.M. Our bathroom needed a thorough cleaning. Would try another spot, if visiting Luray again. Advise you to do the same.
As the other reviewers all say it is close to everything. There isn't much of "everything" in Luray but our accommodations were wonderful. This is an old home but kept up nicely. For the most part we had the place to ourselves and took advantage of the large chess set in the parlor. The continental breakfast was very nice and the room was comfortable and adequate for our needs. The only downside in my opinion is that getting there can be bothersome. It is on a one way street and the "downtown" area is the other way. I was hoping to use the hot tub but it is on the other side of the parking lot, kind of in the neighbors yard.
We were in town for a wedding Labor Day weekend. Everything was either booked or very expensive. We found Hawksbill House and were so happy we did. The house is very clean and so was the room. It was in a great location with parking behind the house. There is one room on the main floor and 3 upstairs. We would definitely stay here again.
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