About the property
- Farmhouse2500 sqft
- Half Baths1
- Minimum StayNone
2 Bedrooms, 1.5 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
A beautiful old farm in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The 1880 farmhouse sits on a small stream that runs through the entire fifty-five acre property. The house is clean, minimally decorated, with pasture views out of every window.
The farm is located 80 miles from Washington DC and is just down the road from Sperryville, Old Rag Mountain, Luray Caverns, Skyline Drive and other local attractions.
There are two bedrooms. In the master bedroom there is as queen bed and there are two twin beds in the second bedroom. The kitchen is fully stocked and there is a large library of classical literature. There is a living room with a baby grand piano and a studio that opens onto a fifty-foot screened porch.
Walnut Run Farm is the perfect getaway, a private sanctuary, the ideal spot for rest and relaxation.
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within a few hours
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
About John Kirchner
I have been a professional artist, photographer and cinematographer for over 30 years.
John Kirchner purchased this Farmhouse in 1992
Why John Kirchner chose Woodville
The property is simply beautiful. The house is perfectly sited on the land and there are endless views in all directions. There is a large, flat lawn below the house that borders a small stream called Walnut Run.
What makes this Farmhouse unique
Peace and Quiet
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
A step back in time
Loved the farm and farm house. Very relaxing. My dog loved being able to explore. My teens didn’t like the limited Wi-Fi, no cell coverage and only one TV but somehow they survived! I would stay here again.
Beautiful and Secluded
We had the most memorable Thanksgiving at this immaculate, historic farmhouse. What a lovely, charming house in a wondrous setting. We spent much time walking the expansive grounds and relaxing in the comfortable living room. To go outside at night and gaze at the stars and not hear a sound but the waters of the stream was restorative, to say the least. The house was spotless, and the owner, John, was helpful at every stage. Hope to be back soon.
The worst vacation experience
We spent only one night at the house. The farm was nice and the house was clean. The following day, when we got back home, I received an email from the owner. I thought that I would receive a friendly thank you note since we left the house in excellent condition (followed all the instructions and cleaned the dishes that we used). To my great surprise, I received an aggressive and threatening email. The owned claimed that we damaged his lawn. Supposedly, our car left deep tire tracks. Without showing any evidence, he demanded that we send $250 directly to his PayPal account or otherwise he would send letters to my employers and take me to the court. This was shocking. We saw so many nice reviews about the property and the owner. Did he just snapped with us (and this is an anomaly), or there were other cases like ours but people were intimidated to post their stories? I don’t know. I feel it is my responsibility to say what happened to us so other people can make their own decisions whether they want to stay at his property. In any case, regardless who is right or wrong, there are better ways to resolve differences and not through threats and extortion.
I have been renting out my property for a little over four years.
Through the various online agencies I have had over 150 different group stays.
99% of the guests who visit show great care and consideration of the house and property and have a wonderful stay as reflected in my reviews.
This guest damaged my property. I requested $250 to repair the damages. He refused and I said I would file a civil suit in small claims court. He knew he was in the wrong, knew I had the physical evidence of his careless actions, and knew he wouldn't have a chance if the matter was litigated. He promptly paid for the damages he incurred and now he is angry. His only recourse was to write this negative review.
This whole matter has been very upsetting but I'm not going to let one bad apple spoil what has been a very pleasant experience for me: opening up my beautiful house and property for others to experience and enjoy.
Peaceful retreat, full of beauty
We loved our stay, a quick overnight away from the hustle and bustle of DC. John, the owner, was very responsive via email and made us feel at home. The farm house was perfect. Lots of space, very clean, full of art and books. The land around couldn't have been more beautiful. We explored the property, my kids played for hours outside near the stream, our dog was happy too. It was perfectly silent there. Wonderful night away.
Perfect Weekend Getaway
This was exactly what my wife and I were looking for. Peace and quiet in a beautiful setting. The farmhouse has all the charm you’d hope for in 150 year old house. The huge screened in porch was a wonderful place to enjoy coffee in the morning or wine in the evening. We’re already talking about the next time we will go back. Highly recommended!
Excellent stay in Sperryville
Yes, we got away from it all for two nights! Lovely quiet, freshest air in a handsome old farm house. The place has the high ceilings, white walls and antique furnishing that give you a good view at every turn, both inside and out. We spent the time reading and watercoloring, walking the grounds, horseback riding in the Shenandoah National Park, and eating some good meals in Culpepper. The kitchen was well stocked, though we brought in our own groceries for breakfast and lunch from home. Look for the stars in the very dark sky! Thank you, John.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Perfectly house trained pets are allowed. There is a supplemental fee of $25/night for every pet.