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Recent Hampton Roads reviews

  • He Crab She Crab a delight

    "Our family, 6 adults and one 4 year old spent a week at this venue. We had booked early in the year ahead and enjoyed the anticipation of this week. Well...we were not disappointed. The home is older, but in wonderful condition with appliances that were brand new, a great room that overlooks the bay with a deck right off that where you could enjoy morning coffee, go out to check the crab traps or fishing lines, or walk down to kayak around the bend. There are plenty of spaces in the house and on the decks of the home for gatherings for meals, games or just chats. Also, the house is large enough that there are places to go to be by yourself also. My husband and I especially enjoyed the bed that we could adjust to our own comfort. My children enjoyed golf courses that were quite close to the house too. We had a great family week at He Crab, She Crab!"
    Guest: Jennie D. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 18, 2016
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  • Amazing Family Vacation

    "We just returned home from an amazing family vacation. We stayed for 5 nights. (6 adults & 3 children) The house is beautifully decorated. We had plenty of room indoors and outdoors. Very kid friendly. There are toys and books conveniently located in closets and nooks around the house. The yard is fenced in and our children enjoyed the playground. We loved taking the ferry to Jamestown. it is exactly 15 minutes to get across Most times we drove right on Sometimes we waited 5-10 minutes. The schedule does change in the evening from every half hour to hourly so one time we did have a wait. Our favorite places we took the ferry to were The Jamestown Settlement, Ripleys (loved the 4-D movies) the glass house (where you can watch glass blowing and shop), the Event Park (on the left side as soon as you get off the ferry $5 to park and you can swim in the river wasn't crowded) the Red, Hot and Blue BBQ (near Ripleys) and Food for Thought (next to Ripleys (they have gluten free options) Nearby the house we went to the Virginia Diner, Surrys Seafood, Bacons Castle and I highly recommend Ed-n-lo Antiques in Wakefield (so much good stuff check out their Facebook page :) there is also a children's clothing store upstairs and a few more antique stores on the same road (right near Virginia Diner). We did hike around the property after reading the Faery Story. It's beautiful and secluded (a lovely local woman told us a celebrity stayed here somewhat recently :) We had the pleasure of briefly meeting the owner, Cliff. If we ever head this way again we will stay here. A lovely historic home with a kid friendly yard is always more enjoyable than a hotel room for our family of 9. Thank you so much"
    Guest: MK Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 30, 2016
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  • Family sized house with easy beach access

    "This was a great house for four different family groups staying in one location. Beach access was less than a three minute walk. The kitchen had everything we needed to cook in all our meals. The kids loved the large back yard. If you are looking for fancy this is not it. If you are looking for a fun filled family house with space to eat together in the dining room, kitchen, or screened in porch, this is your place. Loved it!! Thanks for a great long weekend in a homey house."
    Guest: Sarah B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 16, 2016
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  • Perfect!

    "My best friend and I spent a long weekend at the Piankatank cottage and couldn't have asked for a more perfect setting. The pictures do not do it justice. We only had three days and had made plans to explore but were so in love with the setting that, with the exception of a side trip to a beautiful winery and a movie under the stars in Urbanna, we decided to just stay and relax. The view was amazing and due to the cooler weather we were able to open the doors and windows to the porch so we could hear the river sounds and smell the marsh. We had the entire place to ourselves.There are so many things to see and do and nothing is very far away at all (it only looks like it on a a map). The Deltaville Market has just about everything you need and it's practically around the corner. J&W Seafood has wonderful fish and crabmeat. The kitchenette is small but we found it easy to prepare meals in. Everything is high end and well-cared for. The cottage was very clean. I could go on and on. We can't wait to go back and we definitely hope we can stay longer!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 23, 2016
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