Millennials: Why You Should Crush Friday in the Shenandoah Valley

Meetings, spreadsheets, and microwaved lunches…it’s one way to crush a Friday, huh? In fact, for motivated Millennials across the country, this is how you crush almost every Friday! Hey, we know your generation has gotten a bad rap about being … Continue reading

7 Reasons to Visit Our Shenandoah Valley B & B in 2019

Why You Should Visit the Iris Inn in the Shenandoah Valley in 2019 Some people make New Year’s Resolutions. Travelers make travel plans! And there are many reasons to visit our Shenandoah Valley b & b. From the business retreats … Continue reading

22 Reasons to Celebrate the 2018 Governor’s Cup Gold Medalists

Big Wins for Governor’s Cup Gold Medalists  Ready to taste some gold medal winning Virginia wine? So are we! And that’s good news. Here’s why.   The Virginia Wineries Association Governor’s Cup® Virginia Wine Competition celebrated its 36th year of winemaking … Continue reading

Winter Wine Festival 2019: Tastings for A Good Cause

Historic Staunton Foundation Presents the 9th Annual Winter Wine Weekend If it weren’t for a group of forward-thinking Stauntonians, the 1970’s would have been an architectural disaster for Staunton, VA. Historic buildings were being torn down at a record rate. … Continue reading

The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift

Valentine’s Day can be difficult.  It seems like pressure to say “I love you” to your partner while simultaneously taking their breath away, making all your friends jealous, and outdoing every past Valentine’s Day, grows heavier each year.   If you … Continue reading

Shenandoah Valley Winter Fun: 5 Favorite Activities

5 Winter Activities to Do in the Shenandoah Valley Deep into winter, most of us just want to bury under some blankets, grab a book, and hang on until Spring! But even buried under all those blankets, there’s still that … Continue reading

Celebrate Virginia Wine Month This Way!

Wine lovers know that October is Virginia Wine Month. And there’s a good reason we celebrate it. With more than 280 wineries in our state, spread across seven American Viticultural Areas, Virginia is now the 5th largest wine producer in … Continue reading