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Recent Virginia reviews

  • Reunion fishing trip

    "Week was great. House was roomy and clean and was fully equipped. We were six men and had plenty of room without stepping on each others toes. Owner was extremely cooperative and a pleasure to work with.Property is beautiful and well taken care of. Will definitely consider a return visit."
    Guest: Walt Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 24, 2014
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  • Heaven on the Shenandoah River

    "My husband and I and our Cocker Spaniels rented this cottage for a week at the end of August. The location was fabulous. Days spent hiking the Shenandoah National Park along Skyline Drive. Words cannot describe the beauty of this area. Also, hours spent sitting on our tubes in front of the cottage. Jan was kind enough one day to drop us off with our tubes so we could float down the river to our cottage. It was heavenly. Jan and John go out of their way to ensure you have a fabulous vacation and we surely did. Also, there was an issue with the water pressure, which they addressed and fixed immediately. We cannot say enough positive things about this property and area. Our dogs were able to run free in the large yard. Being from Baltimore, this was fabulous to watch them play off the leash with their balls and also be able to swim, which was a complete surprise when one day our dog jumped in behind us. I would recommend this vacation property to anyone and we will definitely be coming back next year. The firepit was also a great way to end a perfect day each of the 7 nights we were there."
    Guest: Kim Higley-Diehl Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014
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  • Beautiful Home in a lovely location

    "We rented this home with 5 couples who were there for the purpose of riding motorcycles on the wonderful Virginia/North Carolina roads. We stayed for 5 nights and did 4 day rides out from here. We had 7 couples in total and 2 couples stayed in their sister home, Shady River Cabin. The home met our needs very well and the owner was very kind to us and even drove us in to town to pick up pizza. He also built us a bonfire. One helpful hint if you are traveling as friends/couples: There are 3 full bathrooms,2 of them are inside of bedrooms, (the couple in the master bedroom said "we are living a dream" so put your early risers in those two bedrooms. Great home! We had a lot of fun."
    Guest: Babz Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 6, 2014
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  • creeper trail

    "we had such a beautiful stay, in such a wonderful home. we plan to make this our vacation home every time we ride the creeper trails!! Even thought about buying the place, the house is so beautiful!!!"
    Guest: Brian D Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 15, 2014
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Virginia Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Virginia Vacation Rentals

Virginia is considered an all-year destination; however, each year most travelers choose to visit Virginia during the summer months. Perhaps this is because of the beautiful beaches, the extensive mountain trails, or the many musical events that happen throughout summer. Along the coastal regions, it can get particularly humid during July and August. Further inland and in the mountainous areas, the air is a little drier and the temperatures milder. This is ideal for outdoor activities and explorations. In effect, Virginia has almost five different climatic regions. In the wintertime, you may be skiing in the mountains one day and playing golf the next in another part of Virginia. In general, there is about a 10-degree temperature difference between the coastal and mountain regions.

Visitors to Virginia Condos

If you have an interest in American and Civil War history, you will find many places in Virginia to visit. In some ways, it is at the heart of American history. The first permanent English settlement was in Jamestown, founded in 1607. In later years, Virginia was the location of many conflicts and resolutions. Throughout the state, you will find monuments and museums that make a grand effort at preserving the history of the nation. Travelers who enjoy exploring the outdoors will be spoiled for choice in terms of activities and places to visit. The western and southwestern mountain areas have miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Many of these trails can also be explored on horseback. Golfers have a number of top quality golf courses to choose from in Virginia. Many families enjoy their annual vacation along Virginia's coastline. There are also many fishing and boating activities available on Virginia's many rivers and lakes. In the winter months, skiing enthusiasts can enjoy miles of trails in the Appalachian Mountains. Ski resorts have groomed trails to cater to all levels of skiing abilities. Several resorts also have snowboarding terrain parks and cross country skiing trails.

Getting to Virginia Lodging

Many travelers to Virginia are from the neighboring states or major East Coast cities. Virginia is easily accessible by road as there are many well-maintained interstate highways. The distances between the different regions are not vast and this makes it an ideal vacation destination. If you are traveling from further afield, you will most likely fly into one of the airports in the Washington DC area. The largest major airport near northern Virginia vacation rentals is the Washington Dulles International Airport. This airport hosts a large number of international and regional airlines. There are regular commercial flight connections with major cities in the United States, Canada and Europe. Other alternative airports are the Ronald Reagan National Airport and the Baltimore Washington International Airport. If you are travelling domestically within the state, the best airport for the eastern coastal region is Norfolk International Airport. This airport provides easy access to the coastal resort towns of Virginia Beach, Hampton and Norfolk. When you arrive, you can rent a car or make use of the local public transport systems to explore. An alternate way to get around is by train. The Virginia Railway Express runs between most major cities and towns.

Vacation Rentals in Virginia

There are a wide range of vacation rental homes available in Virginia. Comparatively speaking, it is one of the more affordable vacation accommodation options, especially if you are traveling with your family. You can find cozy Wintergreen cabins tucked away in the mountains or enjoy spacious Virginia Beach vacation rentals overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The homes are generally comfortable and stylishly furnished. It's a place that you can make your home away from home while on vacation.

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