Front Royal Accommodations
The Fairview House sits on the Registered Historical Grounds of the Fairview Farm. Samuel Shackelford constructed the home after the Revolutionary War was won. Legend has it that the Revolutionary Army camped on the grounds during many of their marches throughout the Commonwealth.
Overlooking the beautiful golf course grounds, this carefully restored two-story timber house sits adjacent to Shenandoah Valley Golf Club clubhouse. It is an ideal bed and breakfast for our Golf Packages, Golf Schools, and Romantic Getaways. In addition the Fairview House is the perfect location for a business off site meeting.
This Historical Fairview Houses can accommodate up to ten people in three separate parlors/bedrooms. Decorated in vintage 18th century reproduction furniture by local Winchester Henkel-Harris furniture company. The house’s central location is the “publick room” located on the lower level. This beautifully appointed gathering spot is crafted with brick floors, beamed ceiling, and large stone working fireplace provides a forum for after golf gatherings. The many features of the Fairview House is the gentleman’s and ladies’ parlors, small kitchenette, informal seating, all provide an opportunity for a relaxed gathering.
If you are more interested in staying at our Historical Fairview House give us a call at (540)-635-3588 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.