3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, sleeps 7, just steps from the lovely New River
About Lynne Webb
After years of searching, Larry and I found the perfect piece of land on the New River. We started the building process in 2008 and in 2009, Bear's Lair Cabin was completed. We are pleased to be able to share our New River treasure with you!
Lynne Webb purchased this Cabin in 2008
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Cabin was beautiful. Very peaceful, my family enjoyed our stay. Would stay here again.
Great property at a great value! Beautiful view of the river.
Loved the property and the views of the river. Had a lot of the conveniences thst other homes font include so you are having to run out to get. Definitely a great value.
We had a greAt time celebrating our Hokies graduation!
Perfect place to stay for a weekend of trail riding
We stayed at Bear's Lair for a 3 day couples biking weekend. The cabin is very close to the Austinville trail head and the Shot Tower trail head. (The trail surface is crushed stone so gravel bikes, hard tail mountain bikes and hybrids are all appropriate for riding on the trial.)
We enjoyed cocktails and appetizers down by the river and morning coffee on the deck. The kitchen was VERY well equipped - I have never stayed in a place which was that well equipped before. Pots, pans skillets all in great shape! Lots of bowls, great coffee mugs, wine glasses, spatulas etc. The grill was in good shape and we grilled burgers one night. The furniture was very comfortable. I highly recommend this cabin.
Beautiful location and home.
As soon as we pulled up to Bear’s Lair we were thrilled. Truly a wonderful place in the woods!
The cabin and property were wonderful and accommodated our group of four perfectly. The house is cozy and welcoming and looking out to the river so nearby made us truly feel like we had “gotten away from it all”. We loved the privacy and peaceful atmosphere. Great hiking, stargazing, cooking and sharing time with friends
Other Activities: canoeing, kayaking, tubing, or bike the New River Trail