Come stay in our modern guest cottage! Minutes to downtown Winchester, yet quiet and picturesque. Our farmhouse is old (built in 1833) but our guest cottage is new, with lovely modern conveniences like radiant floor heat, washer and dryer, and satellite TV. The cottage is 440 square feet with one bedroom and bath, and a spacious full kitchen and living area. A large fire pit surrounded by porch swings is just feet from the door. You can even purchase fresh eggs from our lovely, friendly flock!
- Cottage440 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min StayNone
1 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms, 2 Sleeps
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one hour
- english, some German spoken
- Calendar last updated:
- Sep 23, 2018
Why Jeana O'Connor chose Winchester
We have always wanted to homestead. We decided to move to the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, and purchased our 1833 farmhouse in 2012. We have been renovating our house and establishing our homestead since then. We have chickens and goats and a very friendly dog named Kate. Our goal is to grow our own fruits, vegetables and nuts, as well as eggs, chicken, and dairy.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Beautiful setting, perfect cottage, and it couldn’t have been a better place for visiting friends from Winchester.
What a wonderful place to stay! The hosts were very nice welcoming and the cottage was charming.
We will definitely stay here again!
Just what I expected
Except for directions from homeaway everything else was what I expected and more we are talking of going back when its cooler and enjoying it for more than 1 day and being able to take pet was a bonus!!
Lovely cottage and sweet goats.
Everything was as advertised. Lovely cottage, sweet goats, peaceful environment...
Great experience, wonderful farm and really nice hosts
Beautiful property in the Shenandoah countryside. Great for a peaceful weekend!
The house was very comfortable and cute. It is a good 20min to any kind of grocery store and downtown. We hiked earlier in the day in bluemont-45-55 min from this location. The guest house was closer to the main house than we realized but still offered privacy. However, consider that the windows have no or very little window treatments. This is something to think about if you prefer it dark in the morning. We were able to use the outdoor grill which was nice and the home had enough essentials for us to cook a meal. Overall, we enjoyed our stay. Biggest disappointment was that the wireless internet did not work-it was too weak of a signal for the guest house to access. We tried many times. When we attempted 2x to ask the owners about this, they were unavailable.
The owner greeted us when we arrived and then let us get settled but never followed up.
We tried to reach her through the main house in the afternoon and evening, but they were not home. Also, it would have been nice to have some dry wood for the fire pit. It had rained a lot prior to our stay, but none of the wood was covered to keep any dry for guests.
We do not run a b & b. We don’t advertise that we are available to guests during their stay, but if guests need to reach us they usually email us and we respond immediately. There is dry firewood in the covered wood rack right outside the cottage door. Perhaps Maureen missed it. We are out in the country. We do not have strong wi-fi and our listing reflects that.