Lexington Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms + Den, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4-5)
This cabin is everything you wanted an old log cabin to be... historic, rustic, modern amenities in the country, close to town, romantic & on beautiful land with knock-out views.
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- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had such a lovely time and appreciated all the lovely special touches like the bathrobes, wine, music, magazines. The cabin was everything we hoped for and more - and a good 'base camp' for hiking the AT and Mt. Pleasant, which is what we came to do. We would love to come again. We were blessed!
Barney & I both love rolling farmland & mountains. After spending several decades in California we left for a ten year circumnavigation by sailboat. We were ready to cross 'the pond' after 6 years aboard, when we discovered Lexington. We loved the farmlands, the universities, the seeming slower pace & drop back of 50 years. It is both lost in time & up-to-date. We love the juxtaposition.
When we had the opportunity to purchase this farmland we did not hesitate. It was love at first sight. As an equestrian for several decades I had always dreamt of a country life, close to town, with hayfields & old log cabins. Barney was raised on farmland. The Shenadoah Valley is hard to beat. We stopped sailing & shipped the boat back to California where we visit her a few times per year. Our love is the land, the old barns & the people who come visit us instead of us continuing around the world visiting them.
I think our favorite thing to do on the land is to walk through the woods & up to the highest hill where there is a 360 degree view of the Blue Ridge & Allegheny Mountain ranges. Many guests say they have walked up early in the morning, some at sunset & sat with a bottle of wine, a loaf of bread & cheese & watched the sun rise and/or set. We agree, it is hard to beat. Sitting on the back deck of the cabin with your loved one, sipping a cool drink watching the sun either rise or set is a memory you will take with you. Listening to the rain on the old tin roof, the smell of a wood fire in the fireplace & the occassional howl of a distant coyote for its mate are the sensory 'candy' that we need to remind us to slow down & connect with ourselves & those we love. It reminds us of priorities & wraps us in the stories this old place could tell...