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Recent Virginia reviews

  • Beautiful Change from the Beach

    "We decided to stay in this area as it is about halfway home from our vacation spot in Hilton Head Island and our home in Central Ohio. Since we were checking out of our Hilton Head property on a Friday morning, we figured we'd drive six or seven hours or so and then have a nice weekend in the mountains before heading back home. We were traveling with two of our college-aged sons plus the fiance of one and a friend of the other, for a total of six adults. We had a very nice weekend in this mountain chalet and would definitely recommend it. The view from the deck are incredible, and it's just lovely and quiet. We lucked out with the weather, as well, and had a nearly cloudless, blue-sky weekend. The home itself is comfortable. We made ourselves at home in the master suite while the kids took over the downstairs bedrooms. The master suite is a good-sized bedroom with a very small bathroom with a walk-in shower. There is a small sitting area right outside the master suite at the top of the stairs. There are two bedrooms downstairs, both with queen-sized beds and a bathroom to share. We could not locate any sleeper sofa or futon in the downstairs rec room, so not sure about that. Our son's friend just slept on the couch down there. Also, there's a half bath off the rec room, as well as a washer/dryer. We traveled to the Food Lion right across the NC border upon our arrival and stocked up on groceries for the weekend so we wouldn't have to go back out. The roads to find this cabin are very twisty and steep and we didn't want to have to navigate these unfamiliar roads after dark. We ate dinner that first night at Gondola's (I think that's the name), an Italian restaurant near the Food Lion. The food was good and the portions were extremely generous. We ended up taking home about six doggie bags. All in all, we found this mountain chalet to be quite comfortable and would definitely recommend it to anyone staying in the area."
    Guest: Julia O. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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  • Amazingly Relaxing!

    "We had a great time, couldn't have been better! Caught a ton of crabs both in the traps and on the lines, and one lonely fish, which was not from the lack of trying. The house was perfect, great views, super quiet and had everything we needed for a relaxing week. We drove over the Chincoteague a couple times, which only takes about 45 minutes. The dog had a great time swimming and running around it was the perfect setting. When you have a 14 year old that says he doesn't want to go back to civilization you know its been relaxing and fun..... I would definitely stay here again!"
    Guest: SO Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 26, 2014
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  • Great Ski Vacation Home

    "We really enjoyed our stay! The kitchen and bathrooms are very well stocked with more than all the basics. The place was very comfortable and we loved the downstairs area for the kids. The only recommendation would be to add a few more blankets for the beds. We just happened to be up there on a very cold weekend and it took a while for the place to warm up so we were all a bit cold the first night. Otherwise, loved everything else about the place! Great location too!! Thank You!!!"
    Guest: Raigen S. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 6, 2014
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  • Great place for two!

    "The rental was a great place for 2. Just the right size. The description and pictures were accurate. Very nicely decorated. A lot of personal touches, felt like home. The owner was helpful answering our questions. We were there out of season and it was very quiet. A lot of the restaurants were closed because it was out of season. Found one about 4 miles from the rental and it was nice. People are friendly. We tried to go out on a cruise but they were only doing a night cruise and we wouldn't be able to see the lake. The State Park is nearby and is a great place to visit. Although, they had closed off the beach and were not doing kayak or boat rentals as it was out of season. Our advice would be to go in season if you want to do these sort of things. We did have a nice time, very relaxing. We would recommend this property as a great place to stay."
    Guest: KC Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 12, 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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