Woolwine Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms + Loft + Den, 1 Bath, (Can sleep up to 6))
Take a step back in time at this authentic rustic 1860s Log Cabin. This cabin was built by a soldier returning from the civil war and sits where it was built in a beautiful 22 acre hayfield. Outlined by a rustic wood fence and centered between two spring heads. Several old walnut trees and a huge boxwood remain on the property. Has the original and working rock fireplaces located in the living and kitchen area. Decorated inside and out with antiques and local moonshine memorabilia. A few modern conveniences include electric stove, refrigerator, running water, bathroom, washer and dryer, antenna TV, and window a/c units. This is truly a treasure hidden in the small and rural community of Charity in Patrick County, Va.
Keywords: Authentic 1860s Rustic Log Cabin Get-a-way
peaceful and private in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Centrally located between Floyd, Stuart, Rocky Mount, & Martinsville, Virginia. Easy drive to the Blue Ridge Parkway, Floyd Fest, Nascar speedway, Covered Bridge Festival, October Festival in Woolwine, and much, much, more. Lots of room for man's best friend to run and play. ATVs are welcome and plenty of parking if you wish to bring your boat for fishing in the nearby Philpott Lake.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Pam Hall
Living nearby at the home place of my Grandmother Mamie Boothe, this little cabin was admired by me for many years. I have always respected and collected items from the past, the cabin was a great place to display my collections. My cabin became available for purchase in 2007 and I was fortunate enough to buy the old home. It has been a labor of love and now I would like to share it's charm with you. There are still many projects yet to be completed. So things will change from 1 year to the next. I am hoping my guests will enjoy staying so much that they will return year after year and enjoy my progress on the old home with me.
Pam Hall purchased this cabin in 2007
Why Pam Hall chose Woolwine
I love history and even as a child I collected what my mama called 'junk'. Some of that junk now decorates my gardens, porches and walls. I love it and I hope you will too!
What makes this cabin unique
This is not for everyone! If you want to experience rustic living (with some modern conveniences like running water, electric & internet, but no cable and usually no cell service) enjoy privacy, peace and quite, sitting on the porch swing with a book, or trying to count all the stars in the sky, this is the place for you!