Meadows of Dan Cabin Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, Pull-Out Sleeper Sofa In Open Living Area Sleeps 8
Escape to this private mountaintop chestnut log cabin with spectacular mountain views and Virginia breezes. Watch the sun rise and set from the wrap around porch and deck. Constructed in 1996 with antique logs from old homes and barns, this cabin has all of the amenities. It is truly a 'one of a kind.' The cabin features a stone hearth with a gas stove, a large open living area, beautiful furnishings and antiques.
The Empty Nest Cabin is centrally located of Route 58 between Meadows and Dan and Hillsville, VA The Blue Ridge Parkway, the New River, Olde Mill Golf Course, Wineries, Antiquing are all nearby along with good ole Country Music in Galax. It is perfect for a romantic getaway, family or friendly gatherings.
Convenient to: The Blue Ridge Parkway. Nearby towns of Hillsville, Galax, Meadows of Dan, Fancy Gap, Floyd, Virginia and Mt. Airy, North Carolina. Crooked Road Music Trail, Blue Ridge Music Center and the Rex Theatre. Also, the Hillsville Flea Market, Chateau Morrissette, Black Snake Meadery and Foggy Ridge Cider.
Also nearby: Olde Mill Golf Course, Primland Resort and The New River.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- non smoking only
About Marti Turner
We are empty nesters who enjoy many things .... traveling, playing golf/tennis, being with family and friends.
Marti Turner purchased this cabin in 2007
Why Marti Turner chose Meadows of Dan
We love this cabin because it is so unique!The cabin is in a very private location. It is constructed of antique hand hewn logs made of wormy chestnut (which is irreplaceable) white and red oak all salvaged from other historic buildings/homes in the region. The cabin was handcrafted by a local gentlemen that built a very special house with a wrap around deck for wonderful views. We vacation there ourselves but love to share it with others.
What makes this cabin unique
Constructed of irreplaceable hand hewn logs made of wormy chestnut, red and white oak from other histortic homes/buildings in the Virginia and North Carolina area. The kitchen cabinets are even made of wormy chestnut which was made extinct in 1920's.