Beautiful Mountain Cabin Hideaway W/ Great Views, Lake
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Welcome to wild, wonderful, West Virginia! This 5-acre plus property, located in the gated community of Timber Mountain, is your ideal rental for a family vacation, couples, or even for a getaway with your group of friends. Experience the panoramic mountain views from the large deck and breathe in the pure air. Wake up to the gorgeous views as all the rooms open into the long deck from their own french doors!
As you enter the cabin you will find custom log seating, comfortable furnishings and immaculately done rooms. Let go of all worries as you unwind by the wood stove in the family room or take a relaxing bath in the 'spa' themed master bathroom.
The main living area is an open floor plan with a modern, fully equipped kitchen, cooking utensils, and spice rack provided so you can cook up your favorite meal even away from home! Or if you would rather eat out there are many options (Homestyle American, Mexican, Pizza, Cafe) within 5 to 10 miles from the cabin.
Capon Bridge Public Library which is only 5 miles away near the Bridge in town has Wireless Hotspot available free of charge. They also have laptops and printers that you can use, should you need to catch up on some work while away.
All rooms are fitted with ceiling fans to keep you cool in summer and baseboard heat to keep you warm and cozy in the cooler months. Change the ambience or create a romantic mood just by adjusting the many recessed lighting features throughout the cabin.
The Cabin at Capon Bridge is in the northern Shenandoah Valley near Winchester, Virginia, two hours from downtown Washington DC or Baltimore and only hour and half from Germantown and Frederick, MD. The property has 5 plus wooded acres for exploring and natural rock and flora for you to admire. If you have pets, this is an ideal property for them to explore. Children are more than welcome and will enjoy toasting marshmallows around the fire-pit on a starlit night!
Go hunting at the nearby Edwards Run, only 2 miles from Capon Bridge, where white-tailed deer, turkey, quail, squirrel, rabbit, and grouse hunting opportunities are available in the wildlife management area.
Cacapon State Park and Berkeley Springs State Park are about a 30-45 minute drive from the cabin. Enjoy the natural spring baths, antique stores, restraurants and Berkeley Castle if you do venture out to Berkeley Springs.
For hiking and rock climbing enthusiasts there is the neaby Ice Mountain maintained by The Nature Conservancy where you can explore the unique geology of the area or take guided tours. Or visit the historic site of 'Caudy's Castle' where you can get a private tour of the famous Castle Rock.
For railroad buffs and birdwatchers, the nearby historic Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad in Romney offers both the ride of a lifetime as well as unique eagle sightings. Maybe catch a Murder Mystery experience aboard the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, a 32-mile round trip through the valleys and vistas of the Cumberland Narrows.
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Keywords: log cabin, West Virginia, Berkeley Springs, Capon Bridge, Cacapon River, mountain views, mountain cabin, community lake, hiking, camping
- Vacation Rental
- Children Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 4-6
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Convertible bed(s)
- 2.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
Kitchen & Dining
- Ice Maker
- Clothes Dryer
- Linens Provided
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Washing Machine
- Parking Off Street
- Wood Stove
- Wireless Internet:
- Computer Available:
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Scenic Drives
- Horseback Riding
- Sight Seeing
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All the good aspects were as advertised, which was great. The only trouble was the driveway was plowed in--about 6-8 inches. We had to hike our gear an eighth of a mile in the dark to the cabin. Our car would have blocked the road in front of the cabin. Not sure if we could be reimbersed for this effort, but it would be nice, as we also had to pay $150 for a tow truck to haul our gear out & pull our car off the connecting road where it got stuck so we had a place to park that would block that road. The snow which caused this appeared days before our arrival--plenty of time to clear & prepare it for their guests.
- Guest Reggie
- Date of stay 12/28/12
- Review Submitted 01/14/13
Owner response: We are really sorry to know of the difficulty you encountered accessing the cabin. However, this is the first time this problem is being brought to our attention even though we have a contact number listed on the VRBO website as well as in the cabin itself. The situation was unfortunate though because the company that plows our driveway advised to wait until Saturday (your arrival day) as more snow was expected then. However, when we called them on Friday they informed us that because they also work for the state they were busy clearing the main roads and could not come until Monday to remove the snow. Again, sincere apologies for the inconvenience but with the limited resources available in a small town, there was nothing we else could have done. But we are glad to know that you found the cabin to your satisfaction in all other respects.
We started out just needing a place to stay within 'commuting distance' of WVU's Reymann Memorial Farm. By finding this wonderful property, we ended up with a blissful getaway from the DC area grind. Rain or shine, the cabin was a restful place to be, with absolutely everything we needed.
- Guest Displaced Texans
- Date of stay 05/26/12
- Review Submitted 05/30/12
Recommended for: Age 55+, families with teenagers, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, pet owners, families with young children, girls getaway, sightseeing.
We stayed in this cabin for a long weekend, Fri-Mon and it was everything we anticipated and then some. The seclusion was perfect!! When we arrived we were met with a personalized card and a bottle of wine, such a sweet touch!! We will definitely be back again this fall!!!
- Guest Ashley
- Date of stay 10/21/11
- Review Submitted 05/28/12
Recommended for: Romantic getaway, girls getaway, sightseeing.
My husband and I stayed at this cabin for our anniversary weekend, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Yet, we also thought that if we had brought our kids along, they would have loved it too! If you're looking to get away from it all, this place is perfect. The surrounding countryside is beautiful, and the view from the cabin is awesome. I think there is a lot of love put into this cabin, and the owners were super helpful with everything. I definitely reccomend staying here for a relaxing getaway!
- Guest Andi
- Date of stay 06/16/11
- Review Submitted 06/30/11
Recommended for: Age 55+, romantic getaway, families with young children, girls getaway, sightseeing.
$600 to $750/week $100 to 125/night, 2-night stay minimum Holiday weekends, 3-night minimum @ $125/night Pet Fee $40 per pet Cleaning Fee $60 Taxes 10% Security deposit of $200 or Must purchase Property Damage Protection Plan for $49
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Year Purchased: 2011
About the owner: Our family just fell in love with this sunset view from the deck! We find this cabin to be a very relaxing and calming change from our usually hectic lives, and love to get away when we can. Hope you will enjoy this mountain cabin as much as we do!
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Breakfast bar/entry area
Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2 is similar, only slightly larger
View in early Fall
Living space with woodstove and french doors
View from deck in spring
Bedroom 2- Queen bed
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