Bed & Breakfast
Relax and Reconnect in the Heart of the Shenandoah Valley
Arriving at Meadowlark Ridge, you are first awed by the view to the quiet meadows and surrounding forests. Inside, the log house offers warmth and comfort to make you forget any stress you might have left behind. The stone fireplace and open beam ceiling provide a spacious yet intimate setting for a relaxing glass of wine in the plush seats. Enjoy a fire in the winter or the cool evening breezes in the summer. The mix of antiques and timeless furniture complements the soft lighting and eclectic décor of the house. Soft wind chimes sing in the breeze to transform your thoughts. Meadowlark Ridge offers fine accommodations for relaxing throughout each season.
In the mornings, wake to the smell of coffee and a delicious breakfast created especially for you. Local ingredients are used as much as possible, including fresh herbs from the Ridge.
Meadowlark Ridge offers a luxurious night's sleep for a relaxing getaway.
Three rooms are available for your accommodation,
along with the great room for lounging and dining, and a library/game room.
Cardinal room is located on the second floor in the southeast corner, with a large window overlooking the meadow and surrounding forest.
Bluebird room is located in the southwest corner of the second floor.
Goldfinch room is located on the first floor, with a large window looking out to the meadow and surrounding forest.
Rates from $135. Midweek rates available. Rooms subject to 9.3% tax.
Wi-Fi available throughout
January Weekend Special!
2 or 3 nights. Call for details
The quiet warmth of pine walls and ceilings, and oak floors.
Queen sized maple beds handcrafted by the carpenters at Gat Creek.
Bedding and Towels
Fine cotton sheets, comforters, and plush towels from Brooklinen.
Luxurious organic soaps and shampoos locally-made from la sunflower.
Bedside lamps for nighttime reading. No overhead glare in your cabin retreat.
A private bath for each room featuring cultured marble handcrafted in Virginia.
What Guests Are Saying
Jeremy & Anna
This was our first experience and it was absolutely amazing. Very peaceful, the home was very warm and welcoming. Breakfast was out of this world. We will definitely come back & visit.
A quainter, more restful, and picturesque place would be hard to find in rural Virginia. A cabin style house has been lovingly remodeled to provide not just a home away home, but a sanctuary!
Shannon & Will
What a wonderful weekend in the perfect place! Rebecca was a fabulous host and we had a fantastic time. Thank you for everything. We couldn’t have asked for anything better!
THINGS TO DO
Explore the historic charm, unique shopping and dining of nearby downtown Staunton . . .
Outdoor museum of early settlers
Re-creation of Shakespeare's theatre
Birthplace of our 28th President
Live glassblowing daily
An arts and culture destination
Founded in 1842
Also explore . . .
Vineyards, Theatres, Wilderness and more . . .
Family-owned small-batch wines
Family-owned 125-acre estate winery
A National Natural Landmark
New state-of-the-art theater
Visual and performing arts venue
A community of casual, friendly shops
Junior Olympic size pool
Largest antique mall in America
Bear Draft Trail (1.6 miles)
Muddy Hollow Trail (2.1 miles)
Shaffer Hollow Trail (2.7 miles)
Tunnel Hollow Trail (2.9 miles)
Wild Oak Trail (5.6 miles)
Todd Lake (8.8 miles)
Staunton Dam (11.9 miles)
Specialty grocery store
Mountain bike tours, trips, and events
Stokesville – 4.1 miles
Rockfish Gap Entrance Station
Virginia's most famous fly fishing
Explore the many festivals and special activities in the Shenandoah Valley . . .
The official maple festival of Virginia
July 9-11, 2021
The premier grassroots music festival
August 13-22, 2021
30+ classical concerts over 10 days
September 24-26, 2021
Calling all Wizards and Muggles
Quilts, artwork, food, crafts & more
Virginia Fall Foliage Art Show
October 9-10, 2021
150+ artists in downtown Waynesboro
(Listed dates each month)
Famous among book lovers
The 160 year old sport lives on
“Just being surrounded by bountiful nature, rejuvenates and inspires us.”
– E. O. Wilson
Meadowlark Ridge offers an opportunity to reconnect with nature for a relaxing weekend getaway. Upon arrival you can't help but notice the calming effect of biophilia - a concept popularized by E. O. Wilson that recognizes our innate love of nature and living systems.
Carefully selected natural materials surround you – from the log interior to the leather, wood and wool furnishings. The views from each room and sounds from outdoors help reinforce this strong connection to nature, bringing relaxation and stress reduction. The bird themes and artwork by local artists enhance this experience throughout.
Meadowlark Ridge bed and breakfast is the perfect place to relax and reconnect with all that you love in the Shenandoah Valley.
Experience the warmth of the Shenandoah Valley
From the moment you arrive, you will be captivated by the beauty and serenity of the countryside, by both day and night. The log house, with its timber frame ceiling, is an oasis set in the middle of sixteen acres of meadows and private forest. Located near the George Washington National Forest on the western edge of the Shenandoah Valley, the house was built in 1975 by a local forester. In 2020, Rebecca Hannam, the manager, and I opened Meadowlark Ridge Bed and Breakfast.
The B&B may be new but the property has a long history in the area. My family has farmed the area for more than four generations. Many years ago the community was known as Oak Hill and had its own post office. Oak Hill Cemetery, within walking distance, has gravestones dating back to 1793. The cemetery hill was the location of many Methodist camp meetings in the 1800’s. Oak Hill School, a one-room schoolhouse where my grandmother once taught, stood at the intersection of Dividing Ridge Road and Oak Hill School Road.
My vision for Meadowlark Ridge is to offer fine service, luxurious amenities, and a memorable stay for every guest. It is the perfect place to relax and reconnect with friends and nature, or to get out and explore the history and beauty of the Shenandoah Valley. Welcome!
Don Horn, Owner