Stay close to the best things to do in Winchester, VA

Conveniently located just off I-81, the Country Inn & Suites, Winchester, VA is a quick drive from many of the area’s top things to do. We are located just five miles from Shenandoah University and only a 15-minute drive from a vineyard on the Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail. Visit for festivals throughout the year, or tour important Civil War sites like Kernstown Battlefield before picking apples at Marker-Miller Orchards. For a relaxed afternoon with your family, explore the numerous shops and historic sites of charming Old Town Winchester and then head back to your comfortable room or suite for a well-deserved break.

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Shenandoah University

3.68 mi / 5.91 km from the hotel
With more than 4,000 students and 90 academic programs, Shenandoah University has been recognized as one of America's top educational institutions.

Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

4.48 mi / 7.2 km from the hotel
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.

Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail

4.79 mi / 7.7 km from the hotel
What better way to tour the scenic beauty of the Shenandoah Valley region than with a glass of wine in your hand? Don't miss Valerie Hill Vineyard & Winery and other top local vineyards.

Belle Grove Plantation

9.06 mi / 14.59 km from the hotel
Built in 1797, this authentic plantation manor house was once home to President James Madison’s sister. Today, the house serves as a museum and the surrounding acreage is a working representation of area agriculture.

Kernstown Battlefield

1.8 mi / 2.89 km from the hotel
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.

Marker-Miller Orchards Farm Market and Bakery

4.17 mi / 6.71 km from the hotel
Make an autumn visit to the Marker-Miller Farm to pick your own apples, sample homemade baked goods, or take a wagon ride around the property.