Tucked into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains on 50 acres in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley lies Steeles Tavern Manor. Situated mid-way between the historic towns of Staunton and Lexington, we’re ideally located for visiting all of our many local attractions. Crabtree Falls and the Blue Ridge Parkway, Historic Lexington, Staunton’s theatre, renowned Central Virginia wineries, The Virginia Horse Center, Natural Bridge, antique shops, and championship golf all close to our Shenandoah Valley lodging. The Manor house offers five spacious guest rooms and suites each with gas or electric fireplaces, private baths with double Jacuzzi tubs, and modern amenities. For the ultimate in privacy, reserve on of our three romantic cabins. Each has a king bed, full kitchen, living room with gas fireplace and flat screen TV, large bathroom, and a private hot tub on a secluded back deck. Explore the area or relax by our in-ground pool (seasonal). Enjoy free WiFi throughout the property. Covered bicycle and motorcycle storage is available as well as Tesla and ClipperCreek EV charging stations.
Hey y'all, We're Trey and Dana Tumminello, the Innkeepers of Steeles Tavern Manor. It is our passion to ensure that your getaway to our peaceful part of The Valley (aka The Shenandoah Valley) is relaxing and inviting. From rooms with private bathrooms and luxurious InnStyle bedding, signature STM cookies upon arrival, 50 acres to walk and unwind, to our evening social hour (except on Thursdays) and personal barista serving espresso specialities along with delicious breakfasts created with local ingredients each morning - our team delivers a memorable visit. We also offer 3 cabins for those that want to "get away from it all" and enjoy privacy. There's lots to do here (we're in the middle of it all) or you can completely unplug and unwind while relaxing by the pool, by the pond, or in your private hot tub on your private deck at the cabins. You get to decide. We look forward to meeting you and introducing to our peaceful nook of The Valley, Trey and Dana