Luray VA Bed & Breakfast in the Beautiful Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah Valley

Located Near Luray Caverns and Skyline Drive in the Town of Luray, VA

German BakingPresidents Day weekend has availability! The normal three day minimum is waived so you may reserve a room for two days if you like over the weekend! Make your reservation directly on the website.

Other News, the Turquiose and Gold rooms are having their bathrooms totally rebuilt! Modern tiled showers are replacing the tub/shower combination, glass enclosures and all floors including in the shower will be heated! Currently available on March 30, we expect earlier availability upon actual completion of the work.  It’s going to be very nice!

South Court Inn Bed and Breakfast is only 90 miles (about 2 hours) from the Washington DC metro area and nearby most everything Virginia's historic Shenandoah Valley has to offer.  Hiking? Wine Tasting? Exploring Luray Caverns?  It's all nearby and we have specially priced packages to help make our B&B your home base for fun while visiting the Shenandoah Valley and Skyline Drive. 

If you are wondering what there is to do in Luray, VA,  See our Attractions pages. You can even see Mike's airplane building project! Check out Discover Shenandoah for information on the "Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop", a convenient grouping of specially selected local wineries, eateries, antique shops and yes, even a distillery right here in the heart of Virginia!

The town of Luray is quaint and very visitor friendly.  You will find numerous antique shops, food and drink from ice cream and coffee shops to food shacks, great bar-b-cue and gourmet dining, all within walking distance.  You can even get legal moonshine at the local ABC store! Yea-Ha!  If you want to work off those luscious calories you can take a stroll on the town 'Greenway' walk along the Hawksbill Creek, a short walk in itself from the South Court Inn.

Come for a visit.....and plan to relax when you get here.

South Court Inn Blog

          Spring does not bring nearly as many guests to the Shenandoah Valley as fall does. So last year I really paid attention to the arrival of spring in the...

And I have come up with some new items. Can you believe that Rhubarb Banana Jam is very yummy? Or that you can make your own lip balm? Or your own gentle laundry detergent?

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