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Voted “Coolest AirBnb in Virginia” by Condé Nast www.cntraveler.com/gallery/best-airbnbs-in-the-us Nestled amongst a stand of mature hardwood trees, atop a bluff overlooking the scenic Appomattox River, this cozy cabin is a great place to let your stress melt away. Originally built in the 1800's and moved to its current location in the 1970's, it offers old-school charm and modern comfort.
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--Come enjoy the majesty of Shenandoah Valley - Weekends are filling fast, but we have Great weekday rates! -- This cozy cabin has 2 bedrooms with queen beds & a Garden Pub! Enjoy cooking in the fully equipped kitchen, lounge by the gas log fireplace, soak in serenity in a hot tub under the stars, or play games while sipping drinks in the Garden Pub.
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--Come enjoy the majesty of the Shenandoah Valley - Weekends are filling fast, but we have great weekday rates! -- Watch the sun set in a rocking chair on the porch, stargaze as you soak in the hot tub, or simply enjoy relaxing by the gas fire. The cabin is walking distance to the Shenandoah River and Shenandoah River Outfitters Canoe Company. Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, and Luray Caverns are all within a 20 minute drive.
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Your guide to Virginia
Welcome to Virginia
Colonial American history began in Jamestown, when Brits successfully settled on an inlet off Chesapeake Bay, the country’s largest estuary. It went on to play key roles in the Revolutionary and Civil wars, along with the Civil Rights movement and 9/11 attacks. Sites like Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, the living history museum of Colonial Williamsburg, and the Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail are good starting points for history buffs exploring Virginia. But the state’s allure extends far beyond its past, political power, and ties to U.S. presidents. Conservation has preserved much of its wilderness, which ranges from sandy Atlantic beaches to marshes, pine forests, and national parks like Shenandoah and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Today Virginia balances the folksy traditions of the Appalachian Mountains with the dynamism of the mid-Atlantic region. Expect Southern hospitality, but also hip culture in cities like Richmond and Norfolk.
How do I get around Virginia?
The region’s heavyweight flying hubs are Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), both serving around 24 million passengers annually. Each has a full complement of transport options, including buses, taxis, rideshares, and rental cars. Traveling light? Bikeshare to and from DCA on the 18-mile Mount Vernon Trail along the Potomac River. Virginia has three other international airports: Richmond (RIC) in the central east, and Norfolk International (ORF) and Newport News-Williamsburg (PHF) on the southeastern coast. Budget-conscious travelers should also explore Maryland’s Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). Trains, buses, and ferries also service this well-connected state. However, many visitors prefer their own wheels, as Virginia teems with epic drives, including five National Scenic Byways, the Crooked Road Music Heritage Trail, and the Blue Ridge Parkway’s country roads.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Virginia?
Virginia stretches from the sea to the mountains, creating many different climate regions. Generally speaking, expect the hilly areas to be roughly 10 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than the coast. Spring hits the sweet spot for the best time to rent a cabin, with relatively warm temperatures and sparse crowds. Its blooms and balmy weather peak in May, while summer brings serious heat and sticky humidity, but also more tourists. Look to autumn for warm days, cool nights, and extravagant fall foliage in mid-to-late October. Winter tends to be cold and gray. Events-wise, spring ushers in the month-long Virginia Arts Festival, which includes a celebration of military music. The Fourth of July is big pretty much everywhere and September sees the ten-day state fair in Richmond. Search for Bigfoot — called Woodbooger locally — or hit the Richmond Folk Festival in early October.
What are the top things to do in Virginia?
Appalachian National Scenic Trail
This 2,180-mile public path stretches from Georgia to Maine, but Virginia boasts more ground than any other state. In fact, nearly a quarter of the trail’s length — 555 miles — lies in the commonwealth. Day hikers should look to stretches in Shenandoah National Park, where climbs rarely exceed 1,000 feet.
The Ghost Fleet of Kiptopeke
Nine partially sunken ships made of concrete form an offshore breakwater at Kiptopeke State Park. Steel remained in short supply after WWII, so a shipyard in Tampa, Florida, produced 24 of these hauntingly beautiful beasts. The fishing pier offers good views, but kayak out for a close-up peek at the birds and dolphins attracted to the intentional wrecks.
Set within Shenandoah National Park, the largest cave system in the eastern United States includes cathedral-sized rooms with skyscraper-high ceilings. Expect vast columns, translucent drapes of calcite, and gin-clear pools mirroring fantastical stone formations at this National Natural Landmark. The space even rocks out with the Great Stalacpipe Organ, the world’s largest musical instrument. The keyboard vibrates stalactites across three acres of caves.