Romantic, secluded fully equipped cabin for two in the Blue Ridge Mountains, 18 mi NW of Charlottesville, on Brokenback Mountain and near to Skyline Drive and the Appalachian Trail; 80 miles from Washington DC. Just a short drive to Charlottesville; home of 'Monticello' and the University of Virginia.
Located on over 200 acres, with 2 hiking trails on the property. The Cottage has a gas fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, 2 person Jacuzzi tub, and shower. No TV or telephone, but each has a stereo with CD's and tapes, and lots of books, board games, cards, etc.
Includes covered porch and open deck, with BBQ grill. There is also a hammock under the trees to relax in.
Sorry, no children, pets, or smoking in cottage.
Access to swimming pool in summer.
Relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city in the quiet of our mountain valley.
Amenities:: All kitchen appliances; coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator/freezer, blender, mixer, toaster - even down to the napkins in the kitchen.
Bath has 2 person Jacuzzi tub and separate shower; all linens and towels are provided, as well as amenities.
Bedroom has queen sized bed, and is carpeted, as is the dressing room area.
Living room has hardwood floors, sofa and chairs; lots of books, CD's and tapes, and board games and cards.
Secluded and very private.
Activities: : Swimming pool on property in season; 2 hiking trails on property.
Area: Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, very close to the Skyline Drive.
18 mi NW of Charlottesville, Va. which is home to Monticello and the University of Virginia. Also close to Montpelier and Ash Lawn, both homes of former Presidents. 90 miles from Washington, DC and about 65 miles from Richmond, Va. Close by to numerous wineries.
No children, no pets.
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, 18 miles NW of Charlottesville, and 10 miles from Skyline Drive and George Washington National Forest. 90 miles SW of Washington, DC and 75 NW of Richmond, Va.
Other Activities: 2 hiking trails on property
Ski: Nearby at Massanutten in Shenandoah Valley