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About South Court Inn

The Bed and Breakfast

The Neo-Victorian decor of this classic Virginia home reflects the era in which it was built.  Constructed in 1875 as a private manor house, the South Court Inn has been lovingly cared for and presents an inviting and comfortable space for guests who enjoy history and perhaps a bit of bygone romance. The spacious parlor encourages guests to gather but also offers nooks to play chess or enjoy a glass of wine. The sunroom offers 24/7 coffee, tea and snacks while surrounded by the greenery of various plants. The South Court Inn also provides a thoughtful and fresh coursed breakfast, morning coffee/tea room service and true European-style duvet bedding to fit a more elegant and comfortable guest experience.  

In addition to all the attractions Luray and the surrounding areas provide, South Court Inn offers two acres of land for you to explore. Extensive gardens in the front and an expansive lawn behind the home contains a number of tall hardwood trees, gardens, outdoor seating and a fire pit with plenty of fire wood. The property is also within walking distance to the Town of Luray, a four minute drive to the Luray Caverns and just an eighteen minute drive to the Shenandoah National Park entrance.

Your Hosts and Innkeepers

The Mountains are calling and I must go.

In 2018, my husband Joe booked us a romantic getaway at the South Court Inn.  We fell so in love with this Bed and Breakfast, the town of Luray and the Shenandoah, we continued to visit multiple times a year from our home in Alexandria. We were even married here in Luray so we could share this special place with our families and friends.  In 2022, we had the opportunity to call the South Court Inn our home and were thrilled to become the new innkeepers.

I have had a passion for food and feeding people since I was a teenager learning how to cook  in my aunt's kitchen. Her methods of using seasonal and local ingredients were passed down from generations of Italian mothers and grandmothers and they created dishes that told stories and always brought people together. My heritage growing up in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina gave southern roots to my interpretation of meals, and I have my father to thank for giving me a healthy appreciation for things such as apple butter, cornbread and grits.

Joe grew up playing in the woods near his home in Connecticut. His first job was mowing lawns for all the neighbors and he continues his love of being outside in many ways today.  He is our resident meat smoker, hike navigator, handy man, lawn professional, aspiring beekeeper and brewmaster.

We are two Army Veterans who have traveled the world and enjoy passing on our favorite travel experiences in our service and offerings at the South Court Inn. We spend a lot of our freetime up in the National Park and exploring new food and wine in the Shenandoah. This place has so many hidden treasures to find, and we are happy to help you plan your itineraries in the Shenandoah.

Enough about us, now we are ready to meet you and hear your story.

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