One of a kind views from the front and the George Washington National Forest in the backyard make the Bunkhouse the perfect location for groups and families that want to enjoy the outdoors.
Fort Valley is literally a Valley within a Valley. Located at the Northern end of the Shenandoah Valley and cradled within the Massanutten Mountain and surrounded by the George Washington National Forest, Fort Valley is one of the most scenic and picturesque areas of Virginia. Perhaps that is why so many people travel from near and far to hike, mountain bike, fish and hunt on the numerous trails, roads, streams and forests. All of which can be accessed from the Bunkhouse without getting in your car. Other houses advertise their proximity to the Forest, we are literally surrounded by it.
Through the adjacent Glenmont Farm (see photos of the farm on Facebook), owned by the same family as the Bunkhouse, you have direct access to the Mudhole Gap Trail which connects and provides access to the Signal Knob, Bear Wallow and Massanutten Trails and the Elizabeth Furnace Recreation and Campground. Cyclists love Fort Valley Road, the main road running through the Valley. Many operators feature a trip through Fort Valley as a highlight of their Shenandoah Valley tours. If you like to trail ride, bring your horses and we have stalls and paddocks available for an extra fee.
Opportunities for recreation and entertainment are unlimited. Whether it’s enjoying live music at the Mimslyn Inn in Luray, the Woodstock Cafe and Shoppes in nearby Woodstock, touring one or all of the numerous vineyards, caverns or Civil War Battlefields, golfing, skiing or simply enjoying the view and the fresh mountain air from the multiple decks, the location of the Bunkhouse is only outdone by the house itself.
The "glammed up" two bedroom two bath modular home creatively offers the amenities and conveniences of modern living. The furnishings are a combination of new and re-purposed. The bedding is new and the full kitchen is well equipped with stainless steel appliances. The home has covered porch with swing and a small bar to enjoy the sunrise over the Massanutten Mountain. There are three different decks and a wooded area with an in-ground fire pit. Outdoor dining options include the bar and four stools on the covered porch or a six seat dining table on one of the decks. The living/dining room has a small bar/counter, dining table for six and soft seating. The master bedroom has queen and twin beds and a private bath with garden tub and shower. The second bedroom has a double/twin bunk and a twin/twin bunk. A 3/4 bath serves this bedroom.