Named for the Inn’s location as a Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast, the Shenandoah Suite is a beautiful space in which to enjoy a Virginia getaway. In the suite's main room, a still-life tapestry hangs on the wall above the queen sleigh bed. A lounge chair and ottoman make a cozy nook for reading beside the built-in bookcase and gas-log fireplace — with its authentic period arched iron surround. The Empire sofa provides additional seating. The entire room is wrapped in soft shades of cream, beige, and misty green with accents of burgundy and light blue.
A second room offers further Shenandoah Valley lodging, with a single bed for a third person, or as an option for two people sleeping separately. This room is periwinkle, with antique hanging light fixtures and an extra sink/vanity in addition to the shower bathroom.
Beyond is a sun porch sitting area decorated as a conservatory with potted plants, palm wallpaper, and a wicker rocker beside the Victorian oak lamp table. (To host a family of four, a rollaway bed can be set up in the sun porch).
1868 Magnolia House Inn’s Shenandoah Suite features a private bath with shower and extra vanity area, air conditioning and WiFi Internet access.