This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Shenandoah Valley reviews

  • Love it

    "We had a mini Memorial Day weekend get away and this cabin was fantastic !!! It was very clean and cozy. The pictures do not do it justice!! We will rent this cabin again!"
    Guest: lauren p. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 29, 2016
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  • Was exactly as pictured - comfortable and cozy! Excellent location for hikers.

    "This little cabin is perfect for those who like to hike the mountains but don't want to camp. The Appalachian Trail intersects right at the bottom of the driveway. Crabtree Falls is just a few miles away along. While we didn't hike, it was still a perfect location for me to photograph the falls, and we loved exploring the suspension bridge on the Appalachian Trail. The house was clean, had everything you needed including wonderful views, wifi (there is NO cell service in this area with Verizon), satellite tv, and dog friendly! The exterior settings of this cabin were just as nice as inside - loved the campfire seating area, enjoyed dinner on the porch picnic table and destressed in the rocking chair. There is a Food Lion about 15-20 minutes from the cabin - we brought breakfast supplies the first night after figuring out we didn't want to drive that far for each meal. Great communication from the owner - let us know that a routine power outage would be happening during our stay which I really appreciated. Bottom-line, this is a great spot to just chill or as a basecamp for exploring the George Washington National Forest - we ended up mixing a little of both."
    Guest: Shannon J. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 25, 2016
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  • Bucolic Interlude

    "We were looking for a place to meet with friends for a 3 day excursion and happened upon this beautiful 1820 farmhouse near Lexington, Va. This charming house has been kept true to its history, with some added features, such as a back porch and deck, a/c, etc. A long winding gravel road takes you through a working farm and the cows and other animals until you reach this gorgeous house. The house, itself, is well appointed, with just about everything you can think of that you'd need; then there is the artwork and historical certificates and plaques hanging on the walls of all rooms; and the views are amazing. For the more adventurous, there is an 1850 cemetery across the parking area and up the hill, but you have to scale a fence and make your way through the cows to get to it. The location is just about perfect, half way between Natural Bridge and Lexington. Every evening we enjoyed our cocktail hour while sitting on the back porch looking at the birds and animals and the grand vistas. We want to thank the owners and especially, Joyce, who made our stay so welcoming. As another reviewer mentioned, there are notes all over the house, explaining switches and other features to make it easy to stay there. Next time we come to Lexington, we will definitely try to stay here...again, thank you so much for allowing us the privilege of staying here."
    Guest: John H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 29, 2016
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  • What a way to enjoy a horse show

    "When we got there not standing in line at the check-in desk, open the door and its a little bit of HEAVEN!!!! Our stay was so peaceful, and like Amanda says "Everything is there just bring food and yourself". When she says everything, she means everything including an a washer and dryer, corn hole game outside, and a propane grill!!! Can't go wrong!!!!! We loved our stay."
    Guest: Thomas N. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 21, 2016
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