"Your Host for the Shenandoah Valley"
Where informality tempers the baroque theme of Queen Victoria's Gilded Age with a friendly hands-on approach.
Always gracious, the hotel staff awaits you with warm smiles and greetings, whether it's your first
visit or you're a long-time patron.
The Hotel Strasburg was originally built as a private hospital in 1902 run by Dr. M.R. Bruin.
Later in the 1900's the Hotel became a well-known place of lodging and dining in the Shenandoah Valley.
Restored to Victorian Age elegance in 1978, its guest register in the lobby
reflects a truly cosmopolitan parade of visitors from across the nation and around the world.
In keeping with local hospitality, the Hotel keeps the doors of
the unoccupied hotel rooms open for patrons who are curious to view the furnishings and appointments.
History and Civil War buffs will enjoy Stonewall Jackson Museum, Belle Grove Plantation, Local Battlefields
and the Strasburg Museum - all close by.
For outdoor adventure, trek into the wilds of the Shenandoah National Forest, the Massanutten Mountains,
and the breathtaking Skyline Drive. Enjoy the many hiking, canoeing, or horseback riding opportunities.
Critics All Agree -
“...it's like stepping back in time when you enter the Hotel Strasburg in historic Strasburg,
Virginia, the oldest settlement in the Valley.”
Rural Retreat Calls The Hotel Strasburg
“A Shenandoah Classic!
The culinary skills of the chef match the attractiveness of the surroundings!.”
Mid-Atlantic Magazine says
“This small-town treasure offers antique furnishings and old-fashioned hospitality.”
Destinations Magazine says
“...a haven for honeymooners as well as a favorite stopover for travelers in need of a hearty meal.”
The Honeymooner says
“Spending the night in one of the finely appointed rooms or Jacuzzi suites is truly a romantic experience.”