Luxury Inns: In a simpler time, the "Three R's" was a reference made to define children going to school and being taught reading, writing, and arithmetic. Today the Jordan Hollow Inn has its own "Three R's" in place for guests of the luxuriant inn: Relax. Refresh. Rejuvenate. There are no daunting deadlines to meet; no bottom lines to review; no itineraries to follow; no pressing issues to iron out; and no responsibilities to artfully dodge. Located at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Stanley, Virginia, the inn is a 150-acre oasis of tranquility that offers breathtaking vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah National Park.
The inn, which was originally a horse farm in the Shenandoah Valley, is rapidly becoming recognized as one of the best respites available to those seeking an extraordinarily serene, restful, and stress-free getaway or vacation. The inn has received numerous
accolades from acclaimed publications such as CondéNast Traveler, Southern Living, Vogue, Palm Beach, Family Circle, the New York Times and the Washingtonian. The comforting American and international cuisine of the Farmhouse Restaurant has been touted by Bon Appetit magazine and featured on The Food Network with Chef Bobby Flay. Fine dining and casual atmosphere are blended perfectly together. A full-gourmet breakfast is prepared daily.
The inn's accommodations, which are uniquely decorated, include six luxurious cabins, eight lavish suites, and six charming rooms. Amenities for all quarters include Jacuzzis or soaking tubs, private baths, A/C, fireplaces, small refrigerators, high-speed, wireless Internet services, flat-screen TVs, DVD and CD players. In-room, customized full-body massages are available by appointment, and there is a
year-round, outdoor mineral-spa tub too. Additionally, there are trails for walking, hiking and biking along with guided horseback riding and stables.
The Jordan Hollow Inn offers various vacation packages, including a Wine Lover's Weekend and a Horse Riding Vacation. The inn also is ideal for small-group social and business gatherings. The original "Three R's" required a hook from phonics to be understood, whereas the luxuriating and soothing "Three R's" of the Jordan Hollow Inn are perfectly clear.