Convenient Interstate location near the Best of Winchester
Perfectly situated off I-81 and just five miles from Shenandoah University, the Country Inn & Suites, Winchester provides comfortable accommodations near popular attractions. The Shenandoah Valley area offers plenty of activities with museums, wine tours and festivals to satisfy cultural and outdoor enthusiasts. Take a walk through Civil War battlefields at Kernstown, and then explore the numerous shops and historic sites of Old Town Winchester.
Be sure to visit these nearby attractions:
- Kernstown Battlefield (2.1 miles)
A must-see for history buffs, this is the site of the Civil War’s First and Second Battles of Kernstown. Walk through these remarkable battlefields and visit the 1854 Pritchard House.
Phone: +1 (540) 869-2896
- Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum (3.3 miles)
Interactive, educational fun is just a short drive from the hotel. With a replica emergency room, natural history exhibits and a climbing wall, the museum keeps your little ones entertained all day.
Phone: +1 (540) 722-2020
- Old Court House Civil War Museum ( 3.4 miles)
Originally built as a courthouse, this piece of history also served as a makeshift hospital during the Civil War. The museum now features an impressive collection of Civil War-era relics and artifacts from the surrounding area.
Phone: +1 (540) 542-1145
- Marker-Miller Orchards Farm Market and Bakery (3.6 miles)
A summertime visit to the Marker-Miller Farm is always an enjoyable family activity. Pick your own apples, sample homemade baked goods or treat yourself to a wagon ride around the property.
Phone: +1 (540) 662-1391
- Old Town Winchester (3.6 miles)
The eclectic collection of local shops, quaint cafes and performance venues make Old Town Winchester an inviting destination for the whole family.
- Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (3.8 miles)
Visiting this museum is the best way to learn about the history of the Shenandoah Valley. Wander through the historic museum to view area exhibits before heading outside to see the sprawling beauty of the Glen Burnie gardens.
Phone: +1 (888) 556-5799
- Shenandoah University (4.8 miles)
With more than 4,000 students and 90 academic programs of study, Shenandoah University has been recognized as one of America’s top learning institutions.
Phone: +1 (800) 432-2266
- Belle Grove Plantation (11.8 miles)
Built in 1797, this authentic plantation manor house was once home to President James Madison’s sister. Today it serves as a museum, and the surrounding acreage is a working representation of area agriculture.
Phone: +1 (540) 869-2028
- Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival
If visiting during the month of April, be sure to attend the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. Festivities include an exciting mix of carnivals, concerts, games and competitions as well as one of the world’s largest firefighter parades.
Phone: +1 (540) 662-3863
- Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail
What better way to tour the scenic beauty of the Shenandoah Valley region than with a glass of wine in your hand. Sample the best selections from area wineries along this popular trail.
Phone: +1 (540) 436-9463