While you may feel no need to leave the mountain's 100 acre playground, you are but a short drive from some of Virginia's finest historical destinations. The world renowned home of Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, is a short distance away in Charlottesville as well as the University of Virginia. James Madison's home, Montpelior, is located in Orange, Virginia and is also a short drive from the mountain. Countless Civil War battlegrounds are memorialized and within your reach. We are on the Virginia Wine trail and have a wine tour package available. The Blue Ridge Mountains are our neighbors and the Skyline Drive meanders only a short distance away. Massanutten resort, featuring skiing and a world class water park can be reached in 20 minutes. Lydia Mountain will be adding zipline, tubing, and rope courses in the Summer of 2011. So whether you're content to sit on the porch or feel the need to explore, Lydia Mountain is the place for you! Lydia Mtn - your Mountain!
Interior Description: The cabin, constructed from real logs with a rock foundation, reflects a style from days gone by. The rock fireplace will create a cozy atmosphere on a cold winter's night. Not to worry though, the cabin is equipped with central heating and air. Hardwood floors greet you and log furniture completes the setting for your stay.
Deck: Enjoy a beautiful mountain view while relaxing on the deck in your rocker or the large hot tub which is open year round. This cabin features two decks plus a large front porch.
Amenities: Amenities included a family room with a pool table, complete kitchen with all accessories (dishes,pots, pans, silverware, glassware, utensils, coffee pot, toaster, stove, fridge, microwave), linens and towels as well as a washer and dryer are provided. Firewood awaits your use on the front porch. A charcoal grill, campfire ring, and picnic table are provided. Children's playground is located just a short walk away as well as tubing, zipline, and rope courses available in the summer.