Piney Hill Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1048 Piney Hill Road, Luray, Virginia, 22835, United States | B&B
 
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Piney Hill Bed & Breakfast Luray

    It feels like home (but more relaxing)...

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    We were looking for a special weekend and found it at Piney Hill. Wiley and Hank made us feel right at home and went out of their way to make sure we had everything we needed. From the warm chocolate chip cookies, to the lavish breakfasts, to the hot tub, to the stars above, everything was perfect.

    The house is rich in history and is adorned with an amazing sense of decorative style and grace. There is a story on every wall and in every piece of antique furniture.

    We not only found an affordable getaway, but we found two friends in Wiley and Hank. If you're looking for a romantic B&B at a great price, you don't need to look any further than Piney Hill.

    Paul & Amy - Richmond, VA

    Great expectations

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    This was my first experience at a US B+B, I had been to several in Europe, and this is one of the best all around. From the views, to the rooms and the breakfast, nothing was lacking. I am already making plans to return.

    Home Away from Home

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    If you're looking for a place that feels like your own weekend getaway, where relaxation is an art form, Piney Hill is for you! Hank and Wiley are wonderful. They will treat you royally, but without pretense, and you can't beat their breakfasts. The lovingly restored farmhouse is full of vintage antiques lending a turn-of-the-century feel to the atmosphere. The landscaping is also beautiful, with a secluded jacuzzi surrounded by flowers, shrubs, and a graceful willow tree the showpiece of the back side of the property. All this, and about the best valley view of surrounding mountains you can imagine...from an eighteenth-centruy/nineteenth-century Virginia farmhouse. We love it and keep going back.

    My favorite B & B!

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    Hank and Wiley have created a cozy and happy place to be in the Shenandoah mountains. The house is beautiful and lovingly furnished, and the rocking chairs on the porch and hot tub in the back make for pure relaxation. The food is terrific Hank makes awesome sticky buns among other breakfast favorites. Piney Hill is definitely my favorite place to hang out in western Virginia.

    Perfect Retreat from the City!

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    Wiley and Hank have created a storybook ambiance to allow the utmost relaxation and enjoyment. And their hospitality is unmatchable! Not to mention the cooking will melt in your mouth. Always there to assist in the your plans for a wonderful and stressfree getaway, they will make your stay perfect on all levels! Thank you both again!

    What a great place!!

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    What a great place and the hosts are so friendly and helpful. We would definitely go back and we've told many of our friends about Piney Hill as well. Quite a find!

    Excellent

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    A great place. Well worth a visit. Hank and Wiley are wonderful, friendly hosts. Great breakfast too.

    Carefree country living

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    Piney Hill is the perfect home away from home. The rooms are super-comfortable, the house is a relaxing retreat, and the views from the porch rockers alone are worth the trip. Breakfasts are homemade, always delicious, and generous (bring your appetite!). The owners offer terrific advice on things to do and places to dine, and create the perfect setting for unwinding, whether you're there for a day or a week. The hot tub under the stars will melt away your aches. I've stayed at Piney Hill many times, and always return home refreshed and energized. This place is top notch.

    Peaceful, Relaxing Oasis

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    What a great place!! If you are looking for a place that looks like it is straight out of Country Living, then this is your place. The Innkeepers attention to detail is unbelievable. After a day of hiking we were able to witness a beautiful sunset over the mountains while sitting in the rocker on the front porch. Later we enjoyed a relaxing soak in the outdoor Jacuzzi under the stars. This place is just so down to earth. It's like going to visit friends. I thought it was really nice the way they stood on the porch the day of our departure and waved goodbye. What a warm touch. So.... if you are looking for a nice, relaxing, comfortable place to stay.... I highly recommend Piney Hill.

    Fantastic Mountain views

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    I had never been to a Bed & Breakfast before and although I was excited, I was also somewhat uneasy. That quickly changed as I walked through the doors of Piney Hill. The Innkeepers are great from the warm welcome, to the helpful tips of area attractions, to the caring wave good bye as you travel down the driveway. The home is beautifully decorated with primitive antiques; you could spend hours looking at all the treasures they have collected. It is such an easy going atmosphere, you never feel uncomfortable. The breakfast each morning was fantastic and enough for an army. Piney Hill is definately my home away from home and I look forward to my next trip back in the near future.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Piney Hill Bed & Breakfast Luray

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    Travel Blogs from Luray

    Skyline drive and Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by kdoc93 on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... ok and taking breaks when we needed to)! It was soooo steep, rocky, a little slippery at times, but we did it!!! We made the whole 1.5 mile hike even though we probably shouldn't have.

    Got her to the bathroom at the Visitor's center that was around the curve from where we were in time! Decided it was a good time to head back. We grabbed a quick bite before going back to our hotel for a somewhat early night so we could head out at a decent time tomorrow.

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    Luray Caverns - #2

    A travel blog entry by kdoc93 on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... there, we did the Garden Maze. It's a maze of high bushes with flowers and some pretty flowers through it. You go in and find 4 mailboxes with stamps that reveal a 'secret' at the end. We found all 4 mailboxes, in order, and made our way out in probably 1/2 hour or so. It was fun!

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    Luray Caverns - #1

    A travel blog entry by kdoc93 on Jun 05, 2015

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    After sleeping in for once, we headed out after a quick brunch to Luray Caverns! We remembered to grab the jackets but really didn't need them inside the caverns. Caitlyn probably needed hers though. It was pretty awesome to see some of Mother Nature's hidden work! DD loved hearing the organ 'play' the stalactites!
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    Shenandoah NP - last one… maybe?

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... as the view is quite similar – the Shenandoah valley.

    We park it at Little Stony Man and hike to the view point. It is a very quick hike. We get to the cliff point and chill out and enjoy the view of Shenandoah valley. I’ve enjoyed today’s hikes. Nothing too strenuous but I did get some exercise at least and got some fresh air. There is nothing like fresh mountain air.

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    Sweet Virginia

    A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Jul 20, 2013

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    ... hikes.

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