Quiet, antiques-filled, pet-friendly cabin 2 hrs from DC; full kitchen, loft bedroom w king; 2 twin beds; sleeper sofa. Watch sunrise over mtns of Nat'l Forest + gorgeous Capon Valley. Hike, kayak, sleep. Antiques, restaurants, live music, lake, river access 3 miles away.
Bring your partner or friends for a mini retreat from the city. Enjoy this rustic, historic cabin with claw foot tub, rough-hewn log interior and lots of character, situated on 20 acres of private land originally surveyed by young George Washington. Sleeps up to 4 max. NOTE: One bathroom.
NOTE: This is the GUEST cabin that sits a few yards behind our MAIN cabin. The Guest Cabin has outdoor seating in front of and to the side off the kitchen. There are spectacular views to the side of and in front of the MAIN cabin, which I hope you will take advantage of, particularly for the spectacular sunrise and late afternoon brilliant views of the valley, mountains and cow herd across the road. In the winter, you can see the winding Cacapon River that flows north and into the Potomac River.
Don't hesitate to stroll around the front of the property and enjoy everything, including the sloping and sunny front field - perfect for a picnic or a night time view of the stars.
You will be sharing the great outdoors with wild animals, and my family of people and pets. There's plenty of wide open spaces, views and parking for all to have a quiet, enjoyable and private experience!
Interazione con gli ospiti
I will be nearby in the main cabin if anything comes up. I hope that helps to make your stay feel secure. Otherwise, we will stay out of your way and a key will be left out for you on the table.
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We are just 101 miles from the White House! Closer by, and 3 miles to the right out of our drive, is the up and coming small town of Wardensville, with several restaurants and stores, including antiques, art galleries, a working nonprofit farm + bakery, and more. Drive a bit further to explore Lost River Artisan's Cooperative, and the Lost River State Park. Another hour's drive west and you'll reach Thomas and Davis, twin mountain towns with shopping and Black Water Falls State Park, further still, the rock climber's paradise: Seneca Rocks. Please check the photos section for local places to eat and shop, and the Bluegrass in the Barn schedule.
Or, head 2.5 miles to the left of our drive to find the historic Whipple Truss bridge with put-in access to the "Heritage River"- designated Cacapon River. If you keep going another 25 miles you'll reach Winchester, VA, with major restaurant and entertainment options, historic sites (including Patsy Cline's home, George Washington's Office Museum and The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley w gardens).
Cell service is excellent for AT&T customers, others have various connectivity, so there is no guarantee. Wi-fi can be spotty, and TV, not so much - we have no sightline to a satellite. Bring your portable DVD player to watch a movie if you'd like. There is a VHS player and a few random classic movies on tape. (Old school!)
The cabins are on the edge of the forest and overlooking all the natural beauty you can imagine. I expect all guests to treat the property as you would a national park campground, and be respectful of the quiet, natural setting (and of my one and only neighbor) by also keeping noise to a minimum. Sorry but absolutely NO outdoor fires, candles, smoking or drugs or illegal activity of any kind.
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