Brand New Rental!!-Blue Ridge Mountains-'the Melody Rose Cabin'
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- Pets allowed:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
**BRAND NEW RENTAL-BE ONE OF OUR FIRST THREE GUESTS AND GET $100 OFF YOUR STAY**Enjoy our true log cabin, built in 1941. Our log cabin stands proudly and beautifully in its original condition with an addition of a master suite with full bath. Our deck boasts a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and in front is a cozy screened in porch to relax and read, enjoy coffee, or just talk.
We're located 10-12 minutes from the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and from the other direction, about 10 minutes from Culpeper, Virginia.
Our cabin is set by Route 522W, on six acres at your disposal to enjoy, although there is no need to leave the deck with the views.
We are about an hour from the Washington D.C. beltway, an hour from the University of Virginia and Monticello, and only 45 minutes to Luray Caverns, and the Shenandoah River, where the canoeing and fishing are great.
The quaint little town of Sperryville, VA is only 10-12 minutes away where you can still stroll the streets and little shops and sample all types of dining.
We are only 20 minutes from the famous five star restaurant, 'The Inn of Little Washington'.
Lots of hiking is available on 'Old Rag Mountain', or travel the Blue Ridge Parkway and stop for a picnic at one of the parks.
There is always something to do in the area. you can be in the city shopping or sightseeing in less than an hour, or stay in the country and enjoy nature while enjoying the birds, or listening to the rivers, and the wind russeling through the trees (we prefer the latter).
If all this isn't enough, Lake Anna is only about 45 minutes away.
We could go on and on, but we'll leave you with these little tidbits of things to do. We'll also leave this information for you at the cabin.
Just a little more information that you will find important: Our home is clean and updated with modern appliances and Central Air and heating, along with cable TV in a quaint country setting just waiting to help you relax and lose all the stress and tension that this world has to offer. Cook out on the grill and/or enjoy a campfire.
We've prepared our cabin the way we would like to have it if we were on vacation. We're looking forward to opening 'The Melody Rose Cabin' doors to you.
We live only only a few miles down the road. If you have any needs that we haven't already provided, just give us a call.
Thank you and God Bless you,
Ron and Melody (owners)
- Vacation Rental
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7, Beds for 7
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- 2.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
Kitchen & Dining
- Ice Maker
- Linens Provided:
- Air Conditioning:
- Gas Fireplace
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Satellite / Cable
- DVD Player
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Medical Services
- Cross Country Skiing
- Equestrian Events
- Fly Fishing
- Freshwater Fishing
- Massage Therapist
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Ice Skating
- Mountain Biking
- Mountain Climbing
- Roller Blading
- Recreation Center
- Theme Parks
- Winery Tours
- Bird Watching
- Eco Tourism
- Horseback Riding
- Scenic Drives
- Sight Seeing
- Wildlife Viewing
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Amount of guests Weekly three nights Weekend/2 nights One night 1-2 $695 $395 $295 $170 3-7 $795 $450 $375 $195 Rates listed do not include cleaning fee of $60-$80 but does include linen service Rates are subject to change without notice.
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The Melody Rose Cabin
Deck with views
Another view of the screened in porch
Screened in porch
2nd Queen bedroom with a twin size day bed and a twin size trundle bed.
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