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 is set on a needlepoint rug. 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.