Come create memories at our romantic Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast lodging in beautiful Virginia.

We are here to pamper you!

We are here to pamper you!


Margie Vlasits -- Innkeeper

Margie Vlasits — Innkeeper






Summer 2014

Summer 2014




We’re ready to make your stay special with rooms featuring Queen size beds with  dually controlled air mattresses.   Oh, sooo comfortable.

  • All rooms have CDs and players,TVs and DVD players.
  • Complimentary hot and cold beverages 24 hours a day.  
  • Fresh baked goodies when you arrive.  
  • Fluffy robes, blow dryers, iron & ironing boards.  
  • Two rooms feature whirlpool baths and either a gas-fired stove or fireplace.
  • All rooms have private baths. 
  • Plus, if you forgot something, just ask and we’ll do our best to supply your need.
  • Full delicious freshly made breakfasts!
Our summer berries

Our summer berries            

We’re located on six acres at the end of a quiet country road in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley at the western base of Massanutten Peak – the perfect spot for loads of privacy. Here you can relax and enjoy the beauty of nature, wander our gardens,or curl up with a good book on our spacious front porch. Common areas include the Great Room with a nine-foot stone fireplace and the original Coffee Shop which now served as our dining room, with complimentary snacks and hot and cold drinks available anytime.

Our delicious gourmet breakfasts are healthy, nutritious and prepared with the best ingredients including many homegrown vegetables and herbs in season.

The Lodge’s gardens and grassy areas offer a prime location for our guests and others to enjoy lawn games at weddings, parties, concerts, family functions and other small or large get-togethers.

Our secluded Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast is ideal for exploring Harrisonburg and beyond on your next Virginia adventure. Easily accessible from Interstate 81 and Route 33, we’re close to great restaurants and specialty shopping at antique stores, Mennonite Farmers Markets, The Green Valley Book Fair and so much more. For the sports enthusiasts there are skiing, canoeing and golfing opportunities just minutes away. Fly-fishing in the internationally known Mossy Creek and smallmouth bass fishing in the Shenandoah River are close by.

You’ll be in a prime spot for access to the many historic locations and beautiful sights the Shenandoah Valley is famous for. Visit the beautiful Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park, as well as many historic sites from the Civil War. Close proximity to James Madison University, Eastern Mennonite University, and Bridgewater College make us a great option for parents and other visitors.

Originally built and operated for over 50 years as a day resort, our 1920s-era stone and stucco lodge has been carefully restored yet fully modernized.  Featured on TVs HGTV series “Building Character” in 2002, the Lodge was converted from a commercial building to a private residence and is now a comfortable and quiet place for our guests.  

In its heyday the Lodge hosted caverns tours, swimming, dancing, parties, and provided memories for many people both local and from afar. We still hear from people who tell us stories of the “good old days in Rockingham County”. Several visitors have told us that this was the landing spotfor the first plane to land in the county. Although there is no longer a pool and the caverns are closed and not part of our property, they still are fond memories our visitors have shared with us.

Come and create your own memories at Old Massanutten Lodge.

Make our Shenandoah Valley bed and breakfast in Keezletown your favorite lodging near Harrisonburg, Virginia.