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Recent Culpeper reviews

  • Unique home, convenient location

    "Our rental experience at 27 Main was excellent. There are no adjectives to describe this unique home. Furnished with priceless antiques, yet still homey and comfortable. Kitchen and bathrooms beautifully updated and equipped. Convenient location for Shenandoah Nat'l Park and Skyline Drive. In downtown Sperryville, walking distance to Hopkins Ordinary Ale House which became our "home away from home", the General Store and several places to grab a bite to eat. We definitely plan on returning as soon as we can!"
    Guest: Georgia T. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 28, 2016
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  • Beautiful and very comfortable cottage close to Old Rag

    "5 of us just returned from our annual ladies' weekend hike to Old Rag and a wonderful time at Tucker's Out. We usually stay in a B&B, but it was much better to stay together in one house. And we all agreed that the cottage was in excellent shape, beautifully furnished, with great perks (and trust me when I say that there were perfectionists among our group!). I slept in the window bed upstairs and at night I could look out at the mountain and brilliant stars, almost like camping out but immensely more comfortable! Despite our numbers, the one bath was not an issue. The house is a few minutes' drive from the Old Rag parking lot so we were able to get an early start (and despite the great weather, at that hour it was not crowded). We had a lovely dinner at Thornton Creek grill. And in the morning we took a long walk around the wonderful cottage grounds; loved finding the chairs placed in quiet spots in the woods and the views of the neighboring farms and mountains. Having left our families behind for the weekend, there were some anxieties over the spotty cell coverage but in the end it was a healthy (and too short!) break from the norm of being far too connected! The owner interaction was a breeze. Our group plans to return next year... and I may come back with my family in the meantime."
    Guest: A guest from Washington, DC Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 6, 2016
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  • Great City Escape

    "Great location for traveling to Old Rag. Secluded, and overall clean property. The home was completely renovated in 2010 and nicely appointed. Well stocked with basic necessities and full size appliances. We appreciated the ice maker and fire wood however there wasn't enough for more than 1 fire. The bed sheets did not appear clean with various hairs, but bathrooms were extremely clean! Upstairs bed is very uncomfotable and needs replaced. What would make this cottage even more comfortable would be a new bed and a small sectional downstairs for 2+ people to stretch out on. T.V. and DVD player were nice but we couldn't get the antennae to work after multiple attempts to get the local news/weather and a radio would be helpful. The pond was large and we saw fish jumping, a bald eagle and a heron. Could not find the trails on the property. Enjoyed the ride to Sperryville and a nice dinner at Thornton River Grille. They have a gourmet grocery store attached to the restaurant too with everything you'll need. Nonetheless, we enjoyed our time at Maggie's Cottage. Great mix of relaxation and adventure"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 3, 2016
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  • Perfect escape from the city..

    "Couldn't have asked for anything more than what we received from Dick and Judy's guest house. Farm fresh eggs were awaiting us in the refrigerator. They have a little piece of heaven out there in sperryville. Being as close as you could possibly want to be to any of virginia's wineries and the quaint/cute town of sperryville. Would gladly stay again. Foot steps to hikes right down the driveway as well a short car ride away to white oak canyon and of course old rag which you can see from the front porch. Whether star gazing or vineyard touring or just flat out relaxing. It's a great place to call home away from home. Thanks Dick and Judy!"
    Guest: Ryan H. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 28, 2016
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