Fox Hill Bed & Breakfast and Cottage Suites
Unwind and delight in the quiet, comfortable elegance of our 38-acre country retreat. You'll be greeted with a warm welcome and special dog treats, and just wait until you see all the wonderful outdoor experiences awaiting you: stroll in the shade and splash in our spring-fed stream as the bluebirds swoop by, wander along mowed paths through our wildflower meadows, or play a game of frisbee in the field kept mowed just for you. Don't worry if you get a little dirty -- there is a special outdoor dog washing station equipped with shampoo (just let us know if you need towels). And if Mom & Dad forgot anything, Ellie (our resident dog) will be glad to share her water bowls or toys. When you are ready to explore the area, we'll point you towards some of our favorite dog-friendly activities: a hike in Goshen Pass or the Blue Ridge Mountains, a trip to Natural Bridge, a vineyard tour, a stroll along the Chessie Nature Trail alongside the Maury River, or a weekend double feature at Hull's Drive-Inn Theatre (April-October - ask for the extra large popcorn). You'll find a complete list of pet friendly activities as well as pet friendly restaurants (outdoor dining) and shops in your room when you arrive.
We have no restrictions on the size of visiting dogs -- we love them all! Our pet fee is $15/dog/night. If you chose a Cottage Suite, we ask you to stay in your crate if you plan to be in your room unattended, and that a cell phone number is provided in case you are unhappy and make your sentiments known. If you chose a Bed & Breakfast Suite, you cannot stay in your room unattended (weather permitting, you are welcome to join your people on the back porch for breakfast -- during the cooler or rainy times, we ask that you nap in the car while your people eat breakfast in our main dining room). We also ask that beds and furniture be reserved for your two-legged companions only.
Check out our web site for full details, pictures, room descriptions, specials and rates (www.foxhillbb.com). We invite you to come stay with us and experience the tranquility and beauty here in the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge Mountains.
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