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Recent Blue Ridge Highlands reviews

  • VA TECH Weekend

    "Perfect for a VirginiaTech weekend!"
    Guest: Kirk E. Date of Stay: November 2015 Review Submitted: November 24, 2015
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  • Great!

    "We have stayed in many places with kids and grandkids over 20 years, and this was one of the few that we have returned to. The scenery isn't "high-country" spectacular, but the view from the house is so engrossing and relaxing that one is content to simply sit on the porch! The fact that it is part of a working farm with cattle and horses within sight and sound further adds to the charm. It is a private and completely quiet setting. And the house is immaculate, architecturally and structurally striking with all the amenities one could want. Since it is off the beaten path, bring what you will need for your stay, because the nearest food and gas is not nearby (thankfully) and you won't want to drive a half hour because you forgot ketchup! There is limited "entertainment" close by (again, - thankfully), but Hungry Mother State Park, and local museums are within an easy drive. Bottom line, this is a charming,. quiet, private retreat."
    Guest: Don H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 17, 2016
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  • Beautiful!

    "The cabin and setting are gorgeous! The property is clean and well-maintained. There was even an extra toothbrush provided which was a blessing since we forgot one. Thank you so much!"
    Guest: Angela B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 13, 2016
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  • Great!

    "We have stayed in many places with kids and grandkids over 20 years, and this was one of the few that we have returned to. The scenery isn't "high-country" spectacular, but the view from the house is so engrossing and relaxing that one is content to simply sit on the porch! The fact that it is part of a working farm with cattle and horses within sight and sound further adds to the charm. It is a private and completely quiet setting. And the house is immaculate, architecturally and structurally striking with all the amenities one could want. Since it is off the beaten path, bring what you will need for your stay, because the nearest food and gas is not nearby (thankfully) and you won't want to drive a half hour because you forgot ketchup! There is limited "entertainment" close by (again, - thankfully), but Hungry Mother State Park, and local museums are within an easy drive. Bottom line, this is a charming,. quiet, private retreat."
    Guest: Don H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 17, 2016
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