The Stonewall Jackson Inn is a restored mansion (circa 1885) that is unique in the Shenandoah Valley. While lodging at the Inn provides the feeling of an historic Civil War-era home, the design and materials are unlike any other Harrisonburg, Virginia bed and breakfast. Two architects from Boston (Richardson and Emerson) creatively adapted the traditional Queen Anne architecture to a stone-and-shingled New England cottage style. Thus, our Inn looks and feels like an old summer coastal home at Newport or Bar Harbor. The Mansion stands on two acres, landscaped with rose bushes, flowerbeds, and the old horse and carriage barn to complete the picturesque sight. LOCATION: In historic downtown Harrisonburg, just a mile from James Madison University and 10 miles from the George Washington & Jefferson National Forest.
Rooms have en suite or private bathrooms and free WiFi, and some have minifridges and fireplaces. In addition to breakfast homemade with locally sourced ingredients, served on a patio or cozy cafe, amenities include in-room massages (surcharge) and free on-site parking.