Shenandoah Crossing offers over 1,000 acres of pristine wilderness including a 60-acre lake, lush pasturelands, hiking and horseback riding trails, a mini-water park and activity center, plus an onsite restaurant known for its Foodie flavor. The resort lodge provides guests with spacious suites, complete with all the comforts of home and then some. Enjoy modern amenities and beautiful views, lunches at Lake Izac Tavern and afternoons of fishing. Access to rental space in the historic Manor House is also available, and perfect for large celebrations.
location and scenery, omg it is so beautiful there
room was way to small, and had not hot water for shower. Sink had hot water but the shower had luke warm water. NEVER got hot.
It seemed like too much hype and money for just a bed.....literally. No microwave, fridge, xtra towels, daily housekeeping, coffee, breakfast, vending not even a piece of fruit or a cracker. Indoor pool and hot tub were out of service.
Enjoyed the public amenities--pools, spa, picnic areas, market (the mini-golf course needs attention). Very much liked the surrounding setting.
Above all, some of the cabins (including the one in which we stayed) need updated.More importantly, it needed EXTERMINATED. Also, the restaurant service was bad. As mentioned above, the mini-golf area needs attention (needs cleaned, repaired, updated).
The number one thing the place had going for it was it's staff. Super friendly and extremely helpful. Nice view and enjoyed some of the activities that were offered at the location.
Room extremely small (like Microtel)Strong room odor from industrial products.No WiFi - except at General StoreSmall menu assortmentPool bar never openBar closed too early (before 10:00)
Friendly staff. Great kitchen and comfortable bed. Heat and hot water were prompt and toasty.
Parking. Had to walk a gravel path and it was raining. Other cabins had asphalt or a 'boardwalk' from parking to front door.
The amount of space we had in the cabin was awesome! The kitchen was fully equipped, and we enjoyed using the DVD player for the TV.
The pool and hot tub area closed at 9, that was a little too early for our liking.
The staff was friendly and helpful. Liked the condo/suite arrangement rather than a hotel room.
It adjoined another condo and the walls were thin. Only an issue when the little kid got up early and ran around. Not a real problem. Didn't hear the neighbors at night.
Very friendly staff, especially at the equestrian center and the amenities were great. It does get pretty dark at night so I recommend arriving before nightfall if you are trying to find your room.
Shenandoah Crossing is an excellent wilderness resort. It has a variety of room types to satisfy different tastes. The Yurt was incredible. From the outside, the Yurt looked like a hut but the inside of the Yurt looked like an elegant wilderness lodge. We thoroughly enjoyed the Yurt, the property, and the General Store. We will definitely return to Shenandoah Crossing.
We spent 5 nights at the resort in a yurt ! We didn't know what to expect but had a very pleasant stay. The yurt is a cloth covered dwelling some what like a tent but with hardwood floors air conditioning granite counter tops in kitchen and bath . A kitchen dining room area king size bed and pull out sofa . You can hear the nature outside and the walls are thin so if your neighbors are loud you can hear them .The yurt is built off the ground with a wrap around deck and gas grill on the deck with a table and chairs . A large lake . The golf course is very narrow but okay if you are not looking for a perfect course for the $ it was okay. Horse back riding was fun and the pools were nice . Take food because it is about ten miles to Walmart not many places to eat out . We visited Thomas Jeffersons Monticello in Charlottesville about 20 miles , Over all we had a great vacation .