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All reviewsfront porchrose roomgracious hostscomplimentary winehistoric housebed and breakfastbiscotticroissant french toastcold beveragesclaw foot tubquiet surroundingsother guestssitting roomvery pleasant stayphilsandyrestored
We had a very enjoyable stay. I felt very comfortable as if I were staying at a relative's house. The hosts were charming. The room was comfortable and clean. We did have to go out into the hallway to get to our private bathroom. They...More
Beautifully done in authentic period furnishings. Very quiet peaceful location. Our room was comfortable and the overall stay very pleasant. Our hosts were accommodating and helpful but not intrusive. Would like to stay again if we're in the area.
The owners were chilly and self absorbed. The bed was extremely uncomfortable – it took the term ‘firm’ to a new level. It was equivalent to lying on the floor. The decorations were stuffy and heavy. We love B&B's but would never return to this...More
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Response from charlesVirginia, Owner at Lackawanna B&BResponded September 11, 2012
Oh my. We are so distressed to receive such an unpleasant review. The review process is a good thing as it gives us an opportunity to improve on what we are doing wrong. I do not know what bed the guest slept in so we...More
We had a very pleasant stay: a perfect location, not far from metro DC and just off the Blue Ridge Skyway. A beautifully restored home and nicely furnished. Very good breakfast. We enjoyed our stay: highly recommended.
If you're a fan of B&B's, you'll appreciate some of the thoughtful touches offered at Lackawanna B&B in Front Royal. The home is secluded and peaceful, surrounded by trees on all sides. There's a huge front porch with an old fashioned porch swing and rocking...More
Response from jcnenglish | Reviewed this property |
Front Royal (if you have a car) is about as close to the Shenandoah Valley as you can be, without your actually being there. There are, of course, B&B's in the Valley itself (near Stevens City, for example). But Skyline... More
Front Royal (if you have a car) is about as close to the Shenandoah Valley as you can be, without your actually being there. There are, of course, B&B's in the Valley itself (near Stevens City, for example). But Skyline Drive entrance may well be closer to Front Royal.
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"If you need a shower, ask for the room with the shower. It is difficult to shower in a claw foot bathtub."