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Shenandoah Valley River Cottage Rentals(6)

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Recent Shenandoah Valley Reviews

I want to keep this place a secret

5 of 5
This was my 3rd time renting the Overlook house and it is just as perfect as ever. This time we had 14 friends from DC, so we also rented the Rolling River house - (which is about a 15 min. walk over mowed paths, or a 5 min. drive.) Both places are extremely comfortable, perfectly designed for good "flow," with quality furniture, beds & linens. The porch furniture is insanely comfy, and as it is south facing, you can sit out there (looking out over endless beauty) on a sunny day even in chilly November. The kitchen is well-equipped with quality cookware (we're all now going to buy Kirkland heavy-duty pots and pans!) We did a big dinner together (roast 13 lb. leg of lamb - English roast potatoes, fresh apple crisp) on Sat. night, so we did bring some extra large sheet & roasting pans etc. but there are good-sized pots and pans for usual use. We had a few minor questions (the wrong coffee filters! on no!) and Sean (aka Legolas) responded immediately, driving over with the right ones. (This house needs cone filter, the other needs basket style.) Photos of the views can't possibly capture how it really is. From the living room couch you can see the sun rise and the full moon set at the same time. (Since the vast picture windows are impeccably clean, as is the rest of the house.) A truly perfect escape. You feel completely isolated, but are only 10 min. drive to "civilization." About 20 min. drive to the entrance of Skyline drive - perfect for day hikes. (If you can tear yourself away - which some of us couldn't.)
  • Submitted: Nov 13, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

White Oak Cottage

4 of 5
Overall we had a very pleasant experience staying at White Oak Cottage. The location is very central with easy access to Old Rag Mountain and the White Oak Canyon trail, which was the most important factor for us. The cottage itself provides everything that is needed for a weekend trip, but it is very basic so I don't think it would be comfortable for a longer stay. If you plan to cook, bring your own spices, as only salt and pepper are provided. Guests should be prepared for a remote stay, meaning there isn't any cell phone reception whatsoever. Bill provides the house telephone number in advance, so be sure to give it to your family/friends if they need to reach you, as they won't be able to call you on your cell, nor will you be able to make any long-distance calls. Bring a tablet or laptop to access Wi-Fi. Also, be sure to print round-trip directions, as you won't get cell service to access your phone's GPS. Lastly, be sure to arrive during the daytime, as it gets pitch black at night and it is very, very scary to drive those narrow roads in the complete dark. Bill is an exceptional host and was so wonderful to interact with. He is extremely responsive to email and provided very helpful suggestions. I really enjoyed our interactions and would definitely recommend him as a host.
  • Submitted: Oct 9, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014

A Beautiful and Unforgettable Getaway

5 of 5
This is most definitely towards the end of the road less traveled... And to me, that was a selling point! The pictures almost do the place justice - but you just have to be there to truly enjoy the clean, crisp air, the subtle sounds of nature all around, and the unmistakable feeling of really being "away from it all." The guest house is very nicely appointed, and well maintained - as are all of the grounds, which given the size and scope of the place, is quite impressive. The owners were very friendly, even checking in with us and trying to help resolve a minor problem with the satellite TV reception. I would certainly recommend this to any friends or relatives looking for a nice getaway from the every day. (But the TV and Wi-Fi are still there if you don't want to be totally unplugged.) We stocked up on food at the Food Lion in Luray on the way in, so we didn't have to leave at all after we arrived. The kitchen had everything you could possibly want to cook with, and the Weber grill was fantastic. The hot tub was just right for relaxation, and some great star gazing. We also took advantage of the fire pit down by the river. That made for a really nice final evening. All in all, it's a great place. We very much look forward to going back!
  • Submitted: Sep 29, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014