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Skyland Resort

Washington Dulles, VA, US (IAD)

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Room & Rates

Traditional Room, 2 Double Beds

2 double beds
Features a private patio

Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Free toiletries and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board (on request); rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Non-Smoking
Room is accessed via exterior corridors
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
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Traditional

2 queen beds
Features a private patio

Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Free toiletries and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board (on request); rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Non-Smoking
Room is accessed via exterior corridors
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
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Preferred Room

2 queen beds
Features a private patio

Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Free toiletries and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board (on request); rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Non-Smoking
Room is accessed via exterior corridors
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
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Traditional Room, 2 Queen Beds

2 queen beds
Features a private patio

Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Free toiletries and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board (on request); rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Ceiling fan
Non-Smoking
Room is accessed via exterior corridors
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
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Deluxe Room, 2 Queen Beds

2 queen beds
Features a private patio

Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Free toiletries and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board (on request); rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning
Non-Smoking
Room is accessed via exterior corridors
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
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Traditional Room, 2 Queen Beds

2 queen beds
Features a private patio

Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Partially open bathroom, shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board (on request); rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Non-Smoking
Room is accessed via exterior corridors
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
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Room, 2 Queen Beds

2 queen beds
Features a private patio

Food & Drink - Coffee/tea maker
Bathroom - Partially open bathroom, shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Iron/ironing board (on request); rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request
Non-Smoking
Room is accessed via exterior corridors
Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability
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Skyland Resort
Milepost 41 7 42 5 Skyline Drive, Luray, VA US 22835

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 178 guestrooms. Rooms have private patios. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds are available on request.

Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as gift shops/newsstands and wedding services.

Dining
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Skyland Resort. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, ATM/banking services, and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.

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Know Before You Go

  • The property has connecting/adjoining rooms, which are subject to availability and can be requested by contacting the property using the number on the booking confirmation.
  • Guests can arrange to bring pets by contacting the property directly, using the contact information on the booking confirmation (surcharges apply and can be found in the Fees section).

Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Pet fee: USD 25 per pet, per night
  • Rollaway beds are available for an additional fee

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Mandatory Fees and Taxes

You'll be asked to pay the following charges at the hotel:

  • Destination fee: USD 1.00 per accommodation, per night
  • Energy surcharge: USD 7.00 per accommodation per night

We have included all charges provided to us by the property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.

Renovations and Closures
The property is closed between 30 November and 26 March.

AMENITIES:
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • ATM Machine
  • Complimentary Coffee
  • Exterior Corridors
  • Gift Shop on Property
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Wedding Services
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 1864 reviews
from Concord, North Carolina
Submitted on 23-05-2016
We stopped here once a few years ago, and I remembered the food was ok. But this trip made me wonder what I remembered. My chicken wrap was not very good, poorly wrapped, and much of the small amount of chicken was hard and over cooked. My wife's 1/4 roasted chicken looked more like a pigeon. It and the broccoli with it was over cooked and arrived cold. I had potato soup that was luke-warm and tasted like paste. She had asparagus soup that was cold and contained no asparagus! My son also had the... Read more
from Norfolk, Virginia
Submitted on 24-05-2016
The bed was great. The view was super. I recommend a second floor room but I was on the first. We were in four different trails with 3 within a ten minute walk. There were many people from other countries. The gift shop was one of the best with quality offerings. On the weekday the main dining room was full of well-healed and healthy seniors. The bar had a mix of people and with live music it was just packed. The duet was professional with banjo and guitar. The bedroom was large but no fireplac... Read more
from Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Submitted on 25-05-2016
Stayed at Skyland Resort for a quick visit to the national park. Bears,ranger talks, and great scenery.The setting at Skyland is great, and the National Park experience was awesome. Driving along Skyline Drive and hiking the trails of Big Meadows is a must do.
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Submitted on 25-05-2016
Loved our visit. Hope to return some day! The surroundings were beautiful. Skyland is located in the Central area of the park, making it convenient to many hikes and sightseeing opportunities. The cabin was just right for our needs.
from Willow Street, Pennsylvania, United States
Submitted on 25-05-2016
We stayed in a room along the ridge line and could look down into the valley to see the town of Luray. A toasty fire and some great Virginia wines made the experience complete. With 500 miles of hiking trails, there was always a new trail to explore.
from Harrisonburg, Virginia
Submitted on 04-06-2016
Appreciated the high elevation, majestic mountain views from the room porch, quiet setting amidst wilderness, green emphasis on cleaning and products in the room, and close access to hiking trails. Would be nice for television noise to not travel through the walls into neighboring rooms, which slightly took away from the quiet nature of this resort.
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Submitted on 05-06-2016
The views are amazing with great hiking trails and tons of wildlife. Our cabin was the historic Fell 173 which was a spacious apartment with a huge picture window. It was quaint, peaceful and very rustic. Fixtures especially the bathroom were very old and outdated so please don't come expecting modern conveniences and luxury. But if you want an out of the way rustic experience the place is awesome. We saw numerous bears and deer during our visit to Shenandoah National Park.
from Vacaville, California
Submitted on 05-06-2016
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and cycling Skyline Drive; looking forward to a return visit. The service we received was great, and the service providers were friendly and competent. Our friends were over the moon happy.
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Submitted on 07-06-2016
I stayed in a Skyland cabin with my partner and we had a wonderful relaxing experience. The cabin was clean and had all we needed for a weekend. I will definitely come again, it is a prime location, outstanding views of the Valley anytime of the day and close-by trails.
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Submitted on 07-06-2016
Was a lovely getaway. Great views. The only area lacking is food options. There's a small bistro, and restaurant. Plan ahead and bring some dry food to save money (no fridges in the cabins)! We were able to eat in mostly and, but went to the taproom for a drink and some music. All in all great time and experience.
from Gainesville, Virginia
Submitted on 21-06-2016
Walk around the property to check on which of the property you would like to stay - you will be amazed on the choices. If you like to be close to the playground - you can indicate that on your reservation and they will try to accommodate your request. Or near to the ice-vending machine or the hotel restaurant. I am very pleased with that.
from Winter Haven, Florida
Submitted on 21-06-2016
There are not all that many places to stay in Shenandoah Valley, so we did not know what to expect when we booked the lodge. We knew it was old and thought it might really be run down. We were pleasantly surprised. We had one of the deluxe rooms just steps from the restaurant. We had a great view of the valley and it was a bit rustic, quiet and very clean. We were a short distance from very good hikes in the area. We had some good meals in the restaurant. We had excellent trout one evening and m... Read more
from Owings Mills
Submitted on 21-06-2016
We stayed in a simple cabin for one night. The room was as expected. I really appreciated the setting. The weather was beautiful and I loved enjoying it from our small porch. Just up the hill were many options for dining, shopping or just hanging out. We hope to return soon.
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 21-06-2016
Got the premium room and it's totally worth it for the cleanliness, comfort and space. Great service all over. As expected out here in midst of nature, wifi is slow. My phone 4G/LTE was way faster. Food wasn't too good. Lemon pasta was way too sour for our liking.
from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 22-06-2016
I took my family here for a few days vacation. It is a very beautiful, old resort.I stayed in one of the newly updated rooms, which had AC, 2 very comfortable queen beds with new comfortable linens and a new bathroom. The room was very cozy yet was a nice size for a family of four. It also had a great view of the valley below on the porch out back. The lodge itself is nice, with a dining room with full sweeping views of the valley landscape below. The food was very good. The entrees were priced... Read more
from Portage, IN
Submitted on 30-06-2016
Stayed in the Shenandoah suite and there were very few pull offs that even came close to the view at it! Amazing! Worth every penny! It was clean but would bring your own pillows. We no issues, our 3 nights and 4 days were perfect there!!! Staff were all friendly! Enjoyed all the meals we ate at the restaurant and lounge too. (Have the blackberry lemonade and blackberry ice cream pie!!!) Just a great place to stay while visiting Shenandoah. If you stay in any of the surrounding cities you... Read more
from Kensington, United States
Submitted on 01-07-2016
Skyland is a gorgeous area in the mountains of Virginia. Great hiking, biking, and wineries. Food was inconsistent: dinner fantastic, breakfast mediocre. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Rooms are basic and a bit shop-worn, but clean and comfortable.
from Pikesville, Maryland
Submitted on 01-07-2016
My husband and I stayed at Skyland last weekend from Sunday evening to Tuesday morning. We paid a premium price to sleep in a newly renovated room on the 2nd floor featuring a king-size bed and gorgeous overlook of the Shenandoah Valley. We thought Skyland offered a convenient location with quick access to many trails. We found the staff friendly and the food good. The reason we gave our experience a low rating is because we did not get much sleep due to the thin walls. We could hear our neighbo... Read more
from
Submitted on 02-07-2016
Visited national park with family on our way to Washington DC. My teen son loved this place, sky land was a beautiful resort located in the middle of the park. Nice service, small rooms, be sure to upgrade to modern room if you want a tv in room. Coffee in room, thin walls , chilly at night. Live music in the evening at resort, very good music. Breakfast was delicious at restaurant, bonus a gorgeous view overlooking the rolling landscape . Great hikes located everywhere around resort, hor... Read more
from
Submitted on 02-07-2016
The hotel room was great - budget priced - nice view. strategically located to some of the good trails out there. The restaurants were another matter. Service at the tap room was slow . Took us over an hour to get the drinks served and food delivered. and the food quality was bad. who ever heard of loaded potato skins with ham on them? yuk The breakfast next day at Pollocks was overpriced for cheap diner fare . 46 dollars for a family of four (including the tip ofcourse).
from Highland Beach, Florida
Submitted on 04-07-2016
the location and setting are great but the rooms are very old and tired. it looks like the carpet wasn't changed since the 50's.nice view from the porch. when we were checking in some guests were asking for their room to be changed because of bugs. fortunately we didn't have any except some flies which my wife deftly disposed of. went to the dining room which was about 1/3rd empty. the hostess looked around the room and couldn't decide after a few minutes where to seat us. as if that was a big d... Read more
from Reading, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 04-07-2016
Wonderful dinner in the dining room. My wife had Rabbit and loved it. I had the Shrimp and grits and it was great. 100 miles from the coast and the shrimp was great. Nice job Skyland! Beautiful overlook of nature. Park is doing some nice renovations on the place.
from McLean
Submitted on 05-07-2016
I just spent a night in Skyland which is a local getaway for us. The room was rustic, but comfortable. I appreciate the dated features--pine paneling and an old fireplace. The room was dark so we had to remove the curtains. Most rooms have a private deck. It is quiet and peaceful. Breakfast in the dinning room was beautiful, but the eggs were overcooked. The pub was nice for a light dinner and local micro brewery beer.
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Submitted on 06-07-2016
Stayed in the Shenandoah at Skyland. It has an amazing view. Overall Skyland is located in a very convenient area to see the park and go hiking. Also the staff at the restaurant in Skyland are very friendly, and attentive. (Literally the best restaurant service I've ever received.)
from Bristol, Connecticut
Submitted on 06-07-2016
We where lucky enough to catch 2 Perfect Sunsets ! We rode are motorcycles, remember to bring at least one warm article of clothing. And even though the speed limit is 35 most of the time your downshifting into the corners.
from florida
Submitted on 08-07-2016
This is a great place to stay! We have stayed here 2 years in a row and have no complaints at all about the room. The views are incredible and you are really close to some great hiking trails. Our first year here we were told that we had booked a non-AC room. I thought this was going to be a problem since we live in Florida and always use an AC but it was very pleasant in the room and we even had to turn on the heater at night. This was in July by the way. The main restaurant is just ok.....typi... Read more
from Washington, DC
Submitted on 08-07-2016
A new management company - Delaware North - is making positive changes and improvements at one of the nation's most important historic landmark hotels. The dining room has new floors. Improvement work is evident near the office and dining room. Handicap access has been added. The coffee was finally drinkable at breakfast (and breakfast was good too). My room was clean and comfortable (as always). Prior employees have been retained as I recognized the clerk at check-in from a prior trip. My onl... Read more
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Submitted on 09-07-2016
There is no weather or season when the park isn't beautiful, doesn't arouse our curiosity, and doesn't teach us something new about our connection to the natural world. After 50 years we're still coming back twice a year to escape the rush and crush of city life.
from Roanoke, Virginia
Submitted on 10-07-2016
Spent two nights to hike and experience this national park. Enjoyed tours with rangers and meeting fellow hikers. We were told to be aware of the possibility of bears but we didn't see any. Food was good and staff seemed to go out of the way to be of assistance.
from Nashville
Submitted on 10-07-2016
Stayed two nights in Shenandoah with my wife and 3kids the week after July 4th. We had lovely weather and enjoyed our first visit to the park. Our room was recently updated and we found the room met our needs when we were not out enjoying the park. I found myself waking up early to take in the sunrise. We were a quick walk for breakfast before heading out for a hike. Overall we were quite pleased and are thinking about doing a trip in the future with other family.
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Submitted on 12-07-2016
I just spent a very pleasant weekend at Skyland in the Shenandoah National Park. The facilities were very nice. There was music in the bar at night. The food in the restaurant was very good. All around, the service was excellent. We spent both Saturday and Sunday hiking. Great trails, well marked, somewhat difficult terrain. We saw two bears, which was a little scary.
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Submitted on 13-07-2016
We stayed in a Preferred room in Laurel block, which had (noisy) air conditioning and a private balcony. There was a nice view of the Shenandoah valley from the balcony, just a shame that the view was hazy on the day we were there. The beds were comfortable. We ate in the Pollock dining room, where the service was good and we had a table with a view of the Shenandoah valley. There was not a great choice of vegetarian options on the menu so I opted for the build your own salad, which I would n... Read more
from Allentown, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 13-07-2016
The rooms are large, comfortable, with a balcony and amazing views. The lobby has an attached room with a row of rocking chairs by a big glass window where you can watch the sunset. The rooms are spread out all over and it is a little bit of a walk to get to office and dining room. Or you can drive there. The restaurant is Ok, nothing to get too excited about. We did not get WiFi in rooms, only in lobby
from Tampa, Florida
Submitted on 14-07-2016
We just spent one night at this hotel as it was conveniently located in the park. The rooms are okay - typical national park lodge rooms. Our room was pretty dusty. We also paid more for the "view" however, I don't recommend this as there was no view due to all the trees.
from Ranson, West Virginia
Submitted on 14-07-2016
Skyland Lodge is located at mile 42 on the Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. Getting there is a sightseeing pleasure in itself. The lodging is simplistic rustic but comfortable, Not a lot of over the top extras. After all, the lodge with it's sleeping accommodations are meant for visitors who want to spend the day exploring beautiful Shenandoah National Park and not spend the day lounging in a hotel room. Very nice restaurant and cafe with good fool and service. Try it. I think ... Read more
from Hampton, Virginia
Submitted on 15-07-2016
Once again we had a wonderful time exploring the Shenandoah mountains and then treated to a fantastic meal for dinner. Very easy to reach from all destinations. Visitors from around the world make this a unique destination.
from Charleston, South Carolina
Submitted on 15-07-2016
We chose to stay at Skyland during a recent trip to Shenandoah National Park. We were blown away by the view from our balcony, and pleased with the size and condition of our room. We spent some time every day in the chairs on the balcony, especially at sunset. We enjoyed the easy accessibility to some hiking trails as well as the dining room and other amenities. The staff were all fantastic and the housekeeping staff took great care of the room and our needs. We would highly recommend Skyla... Read more
from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 15-07-2016
The park is amazing and the view from our room over the valley was breathtaking! The rooms could use some updating, but we were traveling with 2 dogs and it is wonderful that they have rooms that accept dogs. As long as you don't expect luxury accommodations, you'll be fine. I should mention though that the room didn't have AC, which might be an issue for some. One issue we had is that the restaurants at the resort won't do to-go meals and since our dogs aren't OK being crated in the room we... Read more
from Thurmont, United States
Submitted on 17-07-2016
We have been to Skyland many, many times in the last 25 years, and we always love the beauty of the views, the fabulous hikes, enjoying the bountiful wildflowers, and seeing the wildlife. This time, we also rode the horses, and the guide was a young man who was very personable and easy with our inexperienced group, so he made the tour enjoyable. Another positive was the room we had with a perfect view of the valley, and we give kudos to the front desk attendant who worked to find us this room. T... Read more
from
Submitted on 17-07-2016
The room was adequate for sleeping. No ac, very dated. Small and old bathroom with some mildew and rust. Glad we only stayed the one night. There was a baby next door that cried all night and sounded like he was in our room. Dinner at the restaurant was very good and the view was amazing at sunset. They had a guy playing live music and he did a great job. Overall, the stay was nice, but don't expect super comfy accommodations.
from Vienna, Virginia
Submitted on 20-07-2016
Beautiful view, clean rooms and excellent service. I recommend staying here for a relaxing weekend in Shenandoah National Park. The location is perfect for hikers who want to take advantage of the area.
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Submitted on 21-07-2016
Very relaxing and quiet. The trails and scenery are absolutely breathtaking! The lodging is clean and you still feel like your outdoors. We had a thunderstorm and it was amazing watching from our deck. It is pet friendly and our dog absolutely loved it. Over 500 trails and each one is more beautiful than the last.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 21-07-2016
We had a lovely stay at Skyland with a comfortable room. Enjoyed the tap room dinner and the clog dancers. We drove in from the north and exited through the south so we got to see the whole beautiful Skyline Drive. All in all, a very nice stay.
from Manassas, Virginia
Submitted on 21-07-2016
ok enjoyed very much ok. Love the walking trails, the wildlife in the area. Whenever we come you just get to relax and enjoy yourself. Haven't tried camping but have checked the area out. Might try that one day.
from Jellico, Tennessee
Submitted on 21-07-2016
The rooms were fine but there was no view from our room. We were drawn to the beautiful views from the rooms on the website. The room was clean but the curtain rod was bent or broken so it looked really tacky. There were some rooms with a view but not near where we were.
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
We stayed here overnight mid-week for a quick getaway from DC. All the motel units have balconies overlooking the mountains. It was a very rainy week in May down below, but we were above the clouds in the sunshine. We hiked nearby and then lazily watched the clouds ebb and flow from the balcony. The restaurant onsite is fine, neither extraordinary nor bad.
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 24-07-2016
We were traveling with 2 small grandkids and wanted to have a relaxing stay with a restaurant inside the park, so we tried this. Yes, the accommodations are a bit rustic, as other reviewers have said, but adequate. The cabins are spread out throughout the area so it would be possible to pick and choose if there is plenty of space. We stayed in Franklin which was a short 5 minute walk up a quiet path to the restaurant. Others, such as Winchester, might have more of a view because the trees co... Read more
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
We were looking for a relaxing escape with beautiful vistas and found exactly that. We liked it so much that we came back again later in the week on our return trip home. Skyland in Shenandoah National Park is not a luxury resort but instead is homey and comfortable. We were happy with our rooms which were clean and well-maintained. All rooms have a deck and some have terrific views of the valley below. A popular pastime is sitting on your deck in or in the lodge Great Room with a book or l... Read more
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
Awesome trip and stay!! Drive up Saturday morning and cruised around Skyline drive with my husband until check out. We booked a premium room and couldn't of asked for a better room or stay! The room was clean, bed was comfortable, AC worked great for it being 95° outside, the bathroom was big and clean. This is the perfect place especially if you want to take advantage of the early morning hikes & incredible sunsets or sunrises. We watched the sunset at Stony Man overlook which was incredible,... Read more
from Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 24-07-2016
Enjoyed the Whiskey Wine Trail Tour, a packaged offered during Skyland stay. We had an excellent tour guide He was so friendly and accommodating and very informative (he had been a park ranger). Especially enjoyed the Copper Fox Distillery tour. Very interesting and the young man that gave us the tour/taste testing was so entertaining! The lunch that was included was very nice too (variety of cheeses and crackers, dried fruits and an xtra nice salad). If you're in the area, be sure to stop ... Read more
from Warrenton, Virginia
Submitted on 28-07-2016
Skyland is a fast getaway from the fast pace of day to day living. Fantastic hikes, horseback riding and relaxing lodging. Make sure to bring your camera to catch wildlife, butterflies, wildflowers and the mountain views.
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Submitted on 28-07-2016
Shenandoah is a beautiful national park which is well worth visiting. I have spent five days here and completed some incredible hikes. As per usual the NPS do it very well with informative leaflets and signposts. It's a shame therefore that the main accommodation in the park at Skyland is not of the same stellar quality as the park itself. My main issue is their ridiculous organisation of the dinner system. Three nights out of five we were given a pager which i know is standard practice in A... Read more
from Bethesda,MD
Submitted on 28-07-2016
Traveled over Fourth of July weekend and though it was hot outside, the room was quite comfortable. We stayed in the older section of the "motel" and the room itself was a rustic step-up from camping. Bed was averagely comfortable. Yes, we had a daddy long legs spider in the bathroom to add to the outdoorsy ambiance. We didn't spend a lot of time in the room, but enjoyed the many hiking trails easily accessible from the room. We got to see the fireworks from the top of the mountain and they lo... Read more
from Falls Church, Virginia
Submitted on 29-07-2016
We love Skyland and keep going back. It's the highest point with the best views on the drive. We also like the Stonyman hike that starts at the resort -- it's an easy one to do with little kids and has a stunning view at the end. Although this time we found ourselves walking alongside a large black bear (!), so we had to abandon our hike and go again the next day. We stayed on a second floor level standard room (Room 151) in Appledore which had good views of the valley (the first floor rooms do ... Read more
from Richmond, Virginia
Submitted on 29-07-2016
I took my adult daughter, 13 yr old granddaughter and her girl friend to the Skyland Resort for the first half of our one week vacation. The resort was a perfect landing spot for us to explore the skyline drive. We enjoyed hiking Dark Hollow Falls, horseback riding, and stopping at the overlooks and seeing the beautiful sites below. I could've spent the entire week there exploring and hiking. The only down side was the restaurant prices are pretty expensive especially after the hefty taxes w... Read more
from Flower Mound, Texas
Submitted on 30-07-2016
We had a group of 12 people, age ranges from 9 to 69. We were in two "suite type" rooms, meaning a living room between two rooms with one double bed and a twin bed. The space definitely supported six people. We had plenty of room to spread out in the evening and store our gear. The beds and amenities were better than I expected. The Skyland Lodge has an onsite dining facility. The food ranged from $16-25 a plate for dinner. But, each dinner we had was good...especially after a long day of hikin... Read more
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Submitted on 31-07-2016
Beautiful and well kept property would highly recommend to others Rooms are rustic but a little warm relative to modern hotels Beautiful scenery and wildlife very abundant Would have liked to have had more access to trail maps on sight
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 31-07-2016
Located in the Shenandoah National Park, this CCC built facility is a surpirse! Don't let the rustic exteriors fool you. the rooms are all modernized. The A/C was welcome on a hot stay! Clean, comfortable and relatively quiet, this was a lovely stay close to the AT and hiking trails. There is a restaurant on site which was decent and they had an amphitheatre for events. There is a trail you can use to walk from your room to the dining hall. The view from our room was amazing! We will definitely ... Read more
from Hope, Maine
Submitted on 03-08-2016
We stayed here for three nights last week (late July) and even though there were lots of guests it was quiet. We initially were given a room with absolutely now view but the next day were able to change the room and had a wonderful view in the dog-friendly building. The rooms are a bit "tired" but clean and very comfortable beds. We saw bears and deer nearby. We loved the rustic touch, it's nice to take Skyline Drive and arrive here. We watched a thunderstorm and afterwards were enveloped b... Read more
from Stony Brook, New York
Submitted on 04-08-2016
The resort was beautiful. I enjoyed being able to stay in a cabin but still having access to electricity and plumbing. The restaurant served delicious food (breakfast and dinner) for reasonable prices. The office staff were extremely friendly and helpful (they took genuine interest in our visit and suggested specific hikes).
from Orlando, Florida
Submitted on 04-08-2016
Room was quite basic but reasonably clean. The mattress was comfortable. The shower pressure left a bit to be desired...The restaurant had amazing views with a stunning sunset, the food was decent, prices were a bit high but it was the only show in town. Pretty neat gift shop with fun gifts. Staff was, for the most part, friendly and responsive. Plenty of trails of varying difficulty nearby. Waterfalls. We saw three black bears and more deer and rabbits than I can count.
from Tucson, Arizona
Submitted on 04-08-2016
Rose hike with waterfalls & cascades so delightful. Food at Park excellent. The Night Skies program was educational and nice way to celebrate National Parks. Easy walk between conference center, restaurant & rooms. Highly recommend.
from Bristol, United Kingdom
Submitted on 05-08-2016
This was our second visit to Skyland. Our cabin (Peak View) was great for a family and much better than last time (Volmer). The resort itself seems to be getting a slow update and is in need of it in places. WiFi in the cabin was woeful and the showers are still like hosepipes but the overall experience is good. Only issue was a very poor check out. We left early (staff had been told about this on check in) but could not get a final bill as was told it had to go through night audit (really?... Read more
from Boston, Massachusetts
Submitted on 05-08-2016
If you are near Skyline Drive or Shenandoah National Park and need a place to eat or stay, this is a place I'd highly recommend. It's on Skyline Drive. The rooms are not luxurious, but lovely and clean. The restaurant was good and had enough options for my vegetarian and picky eaters. And the views! Whether hiking, or eating in the restaurant or just walking around the property, the views were amazing. A unique way to experience Shenandoah National Park.
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Submitted on 05-08-2016
A beautiful place to stay, right in the park! Convenient trails connect the resort areas (there is also the option to drive). The park is located at the starting point of some nice hikes, and within close proximity to many others. There is a bar and restaurant at the main lodge. The restaurant is a little pricy, but nothing unexpected for the location. They have a nice selection of local beer and wine. If staying for more than a couple of nights, I'd recommend a cabin w/ kitchenette, to give y... Read more
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Submitted on 06-08-2016
We had a great week in the Shenandoah National Park. It's a great place if you are an outdoors sort of person. Great hikes, scenery, lots to see. We got up close to white tail deer and black bears whilst out hiking. Luray caverns also worth a visit, but avoid going on a weekend when the queues are very long. The Skyland Resort was a let down. Our room was basic, good king size bed but very little else. Apart from the bed the room was fairly primitive. The advertised wifi was useless. Th... Read more
from Novelty, Ohio
Submitted on 06-08-2016
We loved the cozy, rustic cabin, even in the rain. The view from the dining room of the Skyland Lodge was incredible. We were above the clouds. There is an inviting patio with a great view, but the weather and a two year old grandson didn't cooperate for us to relax there. We hope to return to enjoy it.
from Dhaka City, Bangladesh
Submitted on 07-08-2016
During our recent visit to the US, we decided to spend a couple of days at the Shenandoah National Park. We made reservations at Skyland, flew in to Washington DC from Austin, spent a night in Maryland and drove to Shenandoah the next morning. We chose what we called the scenic route from Maryland. It was long, a little tiring, but highly rewarding in terms of the views it offered along the entire route. We stopped at many places to take in the view. When we arrived at Skyland, we had to go to ... Read more
from Chambersburg, PA
Submitted on 11-08-2016
Very few better places for great views exist in the East. You have the choice of the Shenandoah Valley or views from within a cloud (rather eerie at times!) That is the good news. Bad news is else where within Skyland. We only stayed in one of the original cabins and it could have been outstanding but was not. The Fell cabin is in need of major overhauls and repair. The only thing nice about the bathroom was a newer sink and faucet. We chose not to take a bath and the toilet needs a new valve. ... Read more
from Montpelier, Vermont
Submitted on 11-08-2016
Lovely location. Clean rooms and friendly staff. Trails, horses, dining room all close to lodge. Dinner at the lodge was really delicious: pesto trout and shrimp and cheese grits were both excellent. Only critique is really bad coffee at breakfast, so i ended up getting a latte at the grab and go stand which was fresher. I recommend Skyland! I will be going back!
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Submitted on 12-08-2016
Beautiful location and excellent staff!! The drive on skyland drive was amazing and we visited the Luray Caverns not too far away. Would love to come back again for the fall foliage. Also would like to try the sister hotel Big Meadows lodge.
from Dulles, United States
Submitted on 12-08-2016
Mile 41, Skyland Resort Cabins. I should have known that any name with "resort" is set up for a different experience than what we wanted. I packed a cooler full of food, expecting a charcoal grill, fire pit and picnic table of our own. No grills, a few community pic nic tables and one big, unusable community fire pit. This is a great place for one or two nights where you only eat in the pricey dining hall (Pollack Dining Room). Pros: Stunning views in certain areas: Birmingham & Laurel Ho... Read more
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Submitted on 12-08-2016
The rooms had just been redone and were lovely, although rustic (cabin feel). The bedroom and bathroom were very clean. We didn't use it much but there was a very nice flat screen tv. I would recommend this great resort to anyone visiting Shenandoah.
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Submitted on 13-08-2016
The location is outstanding; the views and wildlife are worth every penny. Our room could have been nicer, but it was adequate. We didn't have air condition, but being in the mountains and have a ceiling fan was fine. I made reservations last minute so I can't complain. The staff and dining were excellent. I am already planning a trip back in the fall.
from Asheville, North Carolina
Submitted on 14-08-2016
We stayed in a premium room and had two children under the age of 5. The resort had everything we needed and the room was very clean. Staff were helpful and cheerful. Food is average, definitely recommend bringing a cooler with breakfast items and snacks because it's expensive at the hotel. View from room was pretty and felt private. Loved it and will definitely come back!
from Cross Junction, Virginia
Submitted on 14-08-2016
We stayed at Skyland for the peek of the recent Persied meteor shower, so we could get up and watch the meteor shower overnight, chooosing an overlook a mile or so away as our viewing spot (thogh Big Meadows nearby is a great choice, as well). We stayed in one of the recenlty remodeled Premium Rooms with stone-tiled baths, ac, and a kng bed. Most national park lodges show their age, so the upgrades were nice (though not inexpensive - about $184 versus $50 less for other rooms/basic cabins), an... Read more
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Submitted on 14-08-2016
Very nice place to stay in this gorgeous national park! Good beds in an authentic accomodation. We have enjoyed a good meal in the Dining room with live music on the background. Friendly employees made is feel really welcome! We would really love to come back!
from Richmond, Virginia
Submitted on 14-08-2016
Skyland is an awesome place to go to relax and rejuvenate! The facilities are all so clean and comfortable, and the staff is very friendly and helpful. This is a great get away for a couple or family!
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