Lost River Cabin Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, sleeps 4-5
You will absolutely love exploring Lost River, West Virginia. Nestled between the gorgeous and expansive George Washington National Forest, the Lost River State Park, and miles upon miles of country roads and beautiful farm valleys, the Lost River area attracts visitors who love hiking, biking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, skiing (Bryce Resort), antiquing, and getting back to nature. This is the perfect weekend escape from Washington, DC (2 hours), Baltimore, MD (3 hours), Richmond, VA (3 1/2 hours) or Philadelphia (5 hours).
Escape to the inviting West Virginia mountains!: 'Lost River Cabin' has been our personal escape from hectic city life. You will absolutely disconnect, unwind and breath deeply in this mountain top retreat. Spend the weekend reconnecting...solo, with a partner, with a friend(s), with nature - this is the perfect spot for a quick weekend getaway or a week with the family.
For the food lovers...: The kitchen is very well-equipped. Calphalon and Le Creuset pots & pans, spices, basic ingredients included (flour, sugar, baking powder, etc.) so you can spend your day cooking up a storm. For those winter nights, treat yourself or your family to a full Raclette; perfect open deck for grilling, enjoying a bottle of wine (or two!).
For the adventurous at heart...: Lost River boasts an array of outdoor activities, from exceptional hiking in the George Washington National Forest, to cycling the winding country roads - you can definitely work up a sweat or take in nature at your own pace. Hiking, horseback riding, canoeing - pick your pleasure and enjoy the scenic mountains of West Virginia!
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Dave Schacht
We bought Lost River Cabin a few years ago as an escape from the stresses of city living in Washington D.C. What we did not realize is how much at home we would feel in the gorgeous West Virginia mountains. Time spent hiking, cooking up a storm on a Saturday, long dinners that blend into star-gazing evenings on the deck - time seems to stand still up in the mountains and provided us with a better sense of place, relaxation and wonderful memories with friends and family.
My partner and I recently moved out West for work, and so have decided to open up our home to guests looking for the same escape! Whether you are in for an adventurous weekend filled with hikes, horseback riding and exploring the State parks, or in need of R&R with a good book, a cozy fire, and a lazy hammock afternoon, I hope you enjoy finding what you are looking for in Lost River, West Virginia. - Dave & David
Dave Schacht purchased this cabin in 2007
Why Dave Schacht chose Lost River
We bought this cabin in Lost River for a few reasons:
* proximity to Washington D.C. - an easy 2-2 1/2 hour drive; first half is an easy straight shot on 66W, then a gorgeous drive up into the mountains off 55W.
* proximity to and views of George Washington National Forest and Lost River State Forest - an incredible resource filled with hiking trails galore
* rural mountain settings - we specifically did not want to go to a highly-touristed area like Berkley Springs. There is nothing like the stars at night here with no "light pollution" and just the sound of nature.