Luray Caverns' relationships with local lodging establishments provide our visitors with a wide variety of accommodation options. Whether you're looking for a luxurious retreat, a national park adventure, a comfortable place to rest your head, or a home base from which to plan your family fun, our lodging partners have plenty of room.
Enjoy a quiet setting at the East building, designed with accents of native stone and located just opposite the Luray Singing Tower. Or relax in the one-story, colonial-style West building. Both locations are set against the stunning backdrop of Shenandoah National Park, with beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. And both are located just moments away from Luray Caverns.
Winter Rates now available until March 2017
Be transported to the antebellum era of the Old South at Luray’s iconic Mimslyn Inn, a member of Historic Hotels of America. Enjoy meals at the elegant Circa ’31, or the laid-back Speakeasy Tavern. The Cottage Collection and Manor House offer the perfect atmosphere for romantic getaways, bridal parties, golf outings and family gatherings of all kinds.
Located in Shenandoah National Park at the highest elevation along Skyline Drive, Skyland offers breathtaking views of the Shenandoah Valley. Enjoy a farm-to-fork meal in the Pollock Dining Room, or stop in the Mountain Taproom for a lighter fare. Take a horseback ride from Skyland stables and enjoy free nightly entertainment for the whole family. The historic conference building is the perfect setting for weddings and group events.
Built with stones cut from the Massanutten Mountains and wood from the area's native chestnut trees, the Lodge - listed on the National Register of Historic Places - is the ideal place to relax and unwind. After exploring the surrounding Shenandoah National Park, experience a variety of seasonal dishes, local wines and family entertainment.