Welcome to Rosendale Inn, a historic Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast lodging located midway between New Market and Harrisonburg and just 15 minutes from Luray, Virginia. Since 1790, Rosendale has graciously hosted presidents, their first wives, foreign ministers, aviation pioneers, explorers, and other celebrities.

Celebrating over 200 years of hospitality, Innkeepers Paul Murphy and Juanita Miller take pride in faithfully preserving “the Rosendale tradition” for their 21st Century guests… read more

In the heart of Virginia’s wine country (eight vineyards 10-20 minutes away) and central to Endless, Shenandoah and Luray Caverns, the New Market Civil War Museum and Battlefield, Skyline Drive, and more, Rosendale promises history, beauty, serenity, nature, and an abundance of things to do.

We invite you to come and stay with us and step back in time to a bygone era when life was genteel and traditions of warm southern hospitality wove themselves in the fabric of the homes of the Shenandoah Valley.

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Your Luray Bed and Breakfast

We receive dozens of calls a year from people visiting beautiful Luray Caverns or sightseeing Skyline Drive asking how far our Inn is from Luray.  Did you know that we are only 15 minutes or so from the underground wonders of the Caverns, the Shenandoah National Park, and the breathtaking views and hiking opportunities along […]

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Thank You to Our Guests

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our 2012 guests for a truly remarkable 2012. We made many wonderful new friends in 2012 and hope we will have the opportunity serve you again in 2013 as we pledge to strive equally as hard this year to provide the very best B&B […]

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Special Offer

Looking for a Romantic Getaway? Imagine candle light, holding hands, a cozy fire in a real wood burning fireplace, and a cottage all to yourself. You can have it all. Book the Salyard Cottage for two nights by 5 December and we will provide well seasoned firewood free for both evenings.  Offer is valid for […]

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