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18th century restored cabin in a quiet setting. Surrounded by 150 acres. Beautiful scenery and sunsets.
We had high expectations. All were exceeded. Gorgeous surroundings, fun hikes, great wildlife (even in the winter!). If you find beauty in simplicity, this place nails it. I kind of fell in love a little. With the place, the location, the hosts, and my partner.
I can't say enough about how much my husband and I enjoyed our stay at the cabin. Everything was very clean and and neat. The cabin was exactly as described. There were also plenty of board games there to play by the fire. We were surprised at how comfortable the bed actually was, it was much better than most hotels. We also realized after we arrived that we forgot to get hot chocolate at the store, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that there was already some there. Which was great because it is a bit of a drive to the nearest store. The cabin is very secluded, but we really loved that and the lovely views. Janis was super friendly and responded very quickly. Overall, we had a great time and will definitely be back this summer!
A perfect place for a couple or family with small kids to get away from city life. The cabin has great views. The listing description was accurate regarding location, layout, and amenities; and was more spacious than we had imagined. The property was very clean and very well-maintained. The heating system was modern and made the cabin feel warmer than my own house. The owner provided excellent customer service by promptly responding to questions and reimbursing me when I mistakenly overpaid. I have already recommended this property to friends and family and hope to stay here again next year.
What an amazing place! Incredibly charming and peaceful. There was firewood stacked and ready to go. I was preparing to cook some bacon and asparagus over the fire when I realized I had forgot to bring olive oil. Saved by the canola over the stove!! I certainly would have loved to stay longer. Janis was quite a gracious host.
I cannot begin to describe how much my wife and I enjoyed spending a beautiful autumn weekend in this cabin. My job keeps me out of town most of the time so when I asked my wife if she wanted to get away from it all with me for a weekend she was all in. In my younger days I did a lot of camping and backpacking so my idea of "getting away" means total seclusion and getting back to nature. However, my wife is not an experienced camper and wanted some basic modern amenities & this cabin had everything she needed while maintaining a very rustic charm. It turned out to be the perfect combination of getting back to nature yet having some comforts of home. Heck who wouldn’t like a nice steak dinner on a cool autumn night! We saw wild turkey, deer, hawks, and eagles right from the front porch! The only drawback to our stay in the cabin is that we didn’t plan well enough to be able to stay longer. We will definitely be back and highly recommend this place to anyone that has a respect for old world charm and needs to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
So many times the on-line photos are much better than the actual rental property. But, this historic cabin was even more lovely and spotlessly clean than the pictures could capture! The owners took great care to rehab the old cabin into one of rustic comfort using top notch fixtures and great period antiques. Nothing was missing from the list of amenities... it was beautifully appointed. We loved the quiet, isolated sense that you get being in the woods. We hiked Crabtree Falls... tallest falls east of the Mississippi. And, we enjoyed the Southern Living designated "Best Apple Pie" at Woodruff's Store. Property owner, Janis, answered all our questions and made us feel like family... fortunate to have found this bit of heaven in the Blue Ridge. We would go back again in a minute and would recommend it to people who can appreciate the hard work and care that has gone into the renovation.
Enjoy a peaceful, secluded getaway at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains . The 18th century restored cabin sits on 150 acres and is perfect for bird watching, hiking, and relaxing. Beautiful sunsets from the front porch. Restaurants and shopping within 20 miles. Fishing streams nearby. About 20 miles from historic Lexington, 20 miles from Lynchburg and 60 miles from Charlottesville.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay