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The Iris Inn offers a full experience-we pair wine touring with a plethora of outdoor recreation opportunities, world-renowned historical sites, phenomenal culinary options and enchanting Main Street America venues. Visit Monticello and learn of the approach Thomas Jefferson, the father of American wine making and renowned gourmand, took in bringing wine into the American vernacular. Then venture out to the nearby countryside and experience Virginia wine and food today. Travel the world famous Skyline Drive. Take a side trip to the state’s highest waterfall, Crabtree Falls and experience a 1200 feet drop in a half-mile section of Crabtree Creek.
4.8 on April 22, 2015
My wife and I spent four nights in one of the cabins. This was our second stay at the Iris Inn. The cabins are wonderful and very functional. The bed and especially the sheets are special (very soft and cozy). The service is very good. The breakfast is very tasty. The happy hour with wine (and other drinks) is a nice feature. There are several good restaurants in the vicinity (Staunton, Charlottesville). The Shenandoah National Park is close by and offers a lot of good hiking trails. We are sure that we will be back.
5 on April 21, 2015
What a wonderful place to stay. The service is exceptional, from my first phone call until we left after a 2 night stay. The rooms are spacious and quiet. This is our second stay at this location to visit a new granddaughter. The view from the front porch is exceptional. We stayed in the Duck room in the Inn, previously in a cabin both are great. Wine offered in the evening is nice. The rooms are large and spacious.The bed is so comfortable. Breakfast is delicious and plentiful. The recommendation for restaurants is great. You are close to Blue Ridge Parkway, spring is arriving with the tree's putting on their spring dresses.
5 on April 14, 2015
We had a great time. The cabins are really nice and have great views. Other than the internet being somewhat spotty, we enjoyed everything. It was so nice having our own hot tub with a scenic view. The breakfast was delicious as well.
4.0 on March 27, 2015
Our children gave us 2 nights here as a Christmas gift, I was so excited, even thought my husband really doesn't like B&B's he was very comfortable here. We both were so pleased with the service we received from all of the staff. Breakfast was amazing, fireplace so inviting. Meeting other guests & making friends, good conversations & evening wine tasting was a real treat. My daughter had Choc. covered Strawberries sent to room with a great wine I had tasted there. What a great job Lara did on those "so delish" she was so friendly & helpful each evening. Glenn was such an awesome host & server for our breakfast & it was so nice of Dave to come in to great all of the guests. Can't wait for another stay!
5 on March 14, 2015
From location, to rooms, to pleasant innkeeper and staff, to thoughtful touches, our stay at The Iris Inn made for a very memorable weekend. With easy access from highways, and to interesting neighboring towns, once in the Iris Inn we felt that we were in a secluded mountain retreat. With a welcoming fire and wine hour, we quickly relaxed and left the rush and worries of city life behind. The staff were friendly and informative and created a comfortable ambiance. Our room, in the main building was large, spotlessly clean and made us feel pampered. The bed and bedding was superbly comfortable and the chocolates every day were a lovely touch. The tone for each day was set with a delectable, hot, freshly cooked breakfast. The area provided so much to see and do that we ran out of time and have vowed to return in every season to enjoy all that the area has to offer. What a find!
5 on March 03, 2015
This was our first excursion to the Iris Inn and it turned out to be an excellent experience. We stayed at the inn itself versus one of the cabins. The room was very nice with a view overlooking the valley. It was also very convenient to the afternoon wine tasting and morning breakfast. Cabins have more amenities such as kitchen facilities, fireplace and hot tub. Friends were staying in one of the cabins, so we were able to check out the accommodations there. Owners Heidi and Dave are very accommodating and go out of their way to make guests feel at home. Even if it's your first visit, they act as if they'd met you before. Breakfast in the morning is very good. Service is great and staff couldn't be nicer. Highly recommend Iris Inn if you're looking for a B&B in the Waynesboro/Staunton area. We'll be back.
5 on February 13, 2015
I hate BnBs. My wife loves them. She loves the quaint elegance and getting to know the staff. I hate tiny rooms and shared bathrooms. The Iris Inn is perfect. It is perfectly situated between fun towns and great hikes. The suites and cabins (we have stayed in both now) are spacious and full of amenities. My wife barely spent time outside of the hot tub. Of course there are no shared bathrooms and I don't mind making sure I'm up for breakfast, because it's amazing! The staff is so friendly as are the owners in a low-key, witty kind if way that doesn't make you feel like you're talking to your grandparents, and your privacy is assumed and protected by the staff without anyone knocking on your door all of the time. My wife gets her friendly staff and beautiful decor and I get luxurious amenities and privacy. I like the staff, too. You should really stay here.
5 on February 12, 2015
I rarely write reviews. I travel often and have stayed at many hotels, resorts, b&b's and cabins. My wife and I stayed in one of the cabins and loved it. The cabins are modern, clean and excellent overall. The innkeepers/staff were very accommodating and very friendly. We had a short stay but we definitely want to return
5 on January 27, 2015
Stayed in the couples cabin #5. The cabin was everything and more! The fireplace was super warming for our winter stay and the hot tub also kept us warm in the chilly air. Makes you want to just stay in the cabin all day and not leave. Breakfast was amazing - request the peach french toast!
5 on December 16, 2014
We spent a lovely two nights in the Deer Room at the Iris Inn. Heidi and Dave were very accommodating as well as the other staff we interacted with. Lots of fun bonuses like wine tasting in the evenings. Both breakfasts were delicious! We look forward to coming back. I recommend this Inn for anyone staying in the area---they really went above and beyond to make our stay relaxing and comfortable.
Luxury accommodation with king-size bed. Large bath with luxurious Whirlpool tub, stall shower, and double sink. Gas fireplace with remote, sitting area, VCR. Kitchenette. Private deck on two sides. Spiral stairs to loft with queen bed, and small deck.
Nightly Rate: $219 - $319
King bed, WIFI, in room refrigerator, entrance to outside deck.
Nightly Rate: $149 - $209
New in 2013--luxury adult tree houses! Our new cabins combine the beauty of nature with the luxury of modern amenities. Your cabin is fitted with your own personal kitchen, washer and dryer, writing desk, flatscreen TV, fireplace, screened in porch with a hottub, heated bathroom floors, and rain head showers. As you immerse yourself in lavish relaxation, let the Shenandoah Valley view stream in through the windows the lay all around you. If you favor both nature and luxury, then the Iris Inn cabins are definitely your ideal getaway destination.
Nightly Rate: $239 - $299
King Bed, Fireplace, Sitting Area, Efficiency, Double Whirlpool, Shower, Loft with Queen Bed, Private Decks, Facing East
Nightly Rate: $239 - $299
King Bed, Sitting Area with Queen pull out sofa, Efficiency, Tub/Shower, Private Deck, Private Hot Tub/Spa
Nightly Rate: $199 - $269
Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Charlottesville, VA (CHO-Charlottesville-Albemarle) 32 miles
The Iris Inn is located 12 miles east of Staunton and 25 miles west of Charlottesville, just off of I-64 near Waynesboro. From I-64, take Exit 96(Waynesboro-Lyndhurst), turn south on Route 624 toward Lyndhurst, then make an immediate left on Chinquapin Drive. The Iris Inn entrance is approximately 3/10 of a mile on the left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Extreme sports, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Monticello, Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park, Wineries, Breweries, Cider makers, horseback riding, hiking, scenic drives, 4 President's homes, history, museums , Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Sports venue, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Country Inn, Spa, Boutique Hotel, Cabin
BBQ grill, Clothes dryer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Movie library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Spa, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wheelchair access
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos, Wet bar, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Wine Tasting, University Athletics - UVA & JMU, Hot hair balloon rides, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Apple stuffed french toast
Baked sourdough bread with cream cheese and granny smith apples, served with warm maple syrup.