Skyland Resort

Mile 41.7 Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park, 22835, VA

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Overview

Situated at 3,680 feet, at mile (41.7), Skyland offers 177 lodging units. These include standard rooms, traditional rooms (some have televisions), one- and two-bedroom suites with living rooms and fireplaces plus mini-fridges (no televisions), as well as family cabins that have one or two bedrooms, a kitchenette and microwave. Some of these come with fireplaces and porches. The resort is open from early April to late November.

The property has a restaurant and there’s free entertainment on some nights. In addition, Skyland offers an activity, such as making S’mores, listening to stories or creating crafts for children 3 to 10 years at selected times during the week. Some activities are free and some require a minimal fee. Rollaways cost $11 per night.

Our Editor Loves

  • Family cabins with kitchenette
  • Nighttime entertainment
  • Stories and crafts for children

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking

Family Amenities

  • Kitchenettes

Reviews

Amazing Place to Stay on our Adventure!

by lindseyd1384

My mom, grandma and I took a trip to drive the Skyline Drive and decided to splurge and stay here. It was well worth it!! The room was cozy and nicely decorated. The view off the balcony was beautiful and we relaxed out there peacefully. We really enjoyed staying here and I would splurge and stay here again when I go back to Shenandoah.

Skyland....overprice under deliver

by Sandpiper87

I had never been to the Shenandoah Valley and decided to stay at Skyland. I was traveling from out of state so checked it out on the web site and booked over the telephone. The room I reserved showed a beautiful view and so I felt it was worth the close to $600 cost for two nights. I arrived that evening and checked in only to find out they had put me in a room in the woods with no view....nothing but a wooded area, when I complained to the front desk that it was nothing like what I booked... they did nothing and said they were booked up and couldn't change anything....they were useless and I had a feeling they probably do this all the time....bait and switch....so I paid almost $600 dollars for a view of a few trees in the woods. The bulb on the floor lamp in the room was burned out and the outside small deck hadn't been cleaned...it was dirty and covered with leaves. I would recommend to anyone thinking about staying there....think twice. I will never go back. Will go to NC Mountains instead. Staying at Skyland made it a bad experience.

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