Need help planning for your vacation in Basye, Virginia? Explore our Basye Travel Guide to find out where to shop for antiques, things to do, where to capture the best photos and more.
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Explore the Area's Wineries
Whether your are a novice or a connoisseur, you are sure to find some new wines to add to your collection when you explore these local wineries.
Capture Gorgeous Travel Photos
If you want to take your camera out to capture some gorgeous shots, we recommend these picture-worthy places to visit around Basye »
Have Fun in the Summer Sun
Bryce Resort offers some great activities to help you enjoy the beauty of the mountains in summer. Read Summer Activities at Bryce Resort »
Experience the Thrill of Winter Sports
Winter in the mountains means snow and cold temperatures, great for outdoor enthusiasts who like to ski, snowboard or go tubing. Read Winter Activities at Bryce Resort »
Search for Antiques & Collectibles
You don't have to be a pirate on the high seas to search for treasure! The mountains are full of shops offering antiques and collectibles.
During your stay at Chalet High, take advantage of the fully-equipped kitchens provided in your unit. With grocery stores only 30 minutes away or less, including Walmart, Food Lion and Dollar General, storing and preparing meals in your unit can be convenient and cost-efficient.
If you are out and in search of something to satisfy an empty stomach, there are several recommended stops near Basye.
In the morning, enjoy a familiar dining experience at Denny’s or Cracker Barrel, or try something new – Hot Plates Café, just walking distance from the resort.
If you’re in Woodstock for lunch, check out the Spring House Tavern, for all-American appetizers, tasty soups and salad selections, as well as sandwiches, burgers and seafood.
If you prefer a little spice to your meal, stop in at Las Trancas Mexican Restaurant. Also located in Woodstock, this restaurant offers a wide variety of traditional authentic dishes, in addition to a well-stocked bar.
Some other lunch recommendations include the Hotel Strasburg, the Woodstock Café, Candy’s Diner and the Restaurant at Bryce.
For dinner in Basye, visit the conveniently-located Brogie’s Tavern at Bryce. If you’re willing to drive a short distance, there is a more varied selection of cuisines to choose from.
In Woodstock, check out Joe’s Steakhouse, Tony’s Italian Restaurant & Pizza, and Italian Touch Pizza.
Also, try Sal’s Italian Bistro in Edinburg, the Southern Kitchen in New Market, or China King in Mt. Jackson. Also, the locals recommend Turner Hams at Fulks Run Grocery store, which offers great sandwiches and local Virginia country hams.
And then, of course, there are always the fast food chains – KFC, McDonald’s and Taco Bell, a short distance away.
If you’re looking for an experience you won’t forget, make a point to stop at the Cave Ridge Vineyard in Mt. Jackson. This beautiful vineyard offers tastings of their award-winning wines for under $10 to visitors 21 and older. Also check out the Shenandoah Vineyards, Stone Mountain Vineyards, and Glass House Winery.
Things to Do
Basye, Virginia is a year-round destination offering outdoor enthusiasts both summer and winter activities and beautiful scenic mountain views. Explore the Civil War history throughout the area and visit the local wineries.
Read Things to Do Around Basye and the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia »
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