Remodeled Cabin Rental Built in 1790 near Scottsville, VirginiaScottsville, Virginia (United States)
Remodeled Cabin Rental Built in 1790 near Scottsville, Virginia
"Simply an amazing property. The 1790's house was well appointed with modern amenities and immaculately clean upon our arrival. Quiet and remote locat…"
This artfully restored cabin built in 1790 near Scottsville, Virginia, sleeps eight guests comfortably. Both bedrooms contain a double bed and two twin beds, and each bedroom features a gorgeous fireplace and a private full bath. There are three bathrooms in total, along with a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area that can seat 10 people. This rental features stunning pasture views from every room of the house, so guests won't miss a minute of the scenery. The cabin has been lovingly restored to keep its historical features intact, but tasteful modern additions have been made, including a washer and dryer, a dishwasher, a television set, and Internet.
There are several beautifully crafted rocking chairs on the front porch, along with a large deck that overs a creek. This glamping property is a part of a 250-acre working cattle farm, where guests will find cows, horses, and free-range chickens. The farm has a swimming pond and a children's tree fort overlooking the creek.
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Private Barbecue
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
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Location & Surroundings
Scottsville, Virginia (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
This glamping site is just 40 minutes from Cumberland State Forest, where clampers will find plenty of hiking opportunities. The property is also located close to the Appalachian Trail, the Blue Ridge mountains, James River, Appomattox, Monticello, University of Virginia, and Colonial Williamsburg. Glampers here can tour central Virginia's wine country, or delve into America's history at Revolutionary and Civil War battle sites. There are also plenty of fishing opportunities for glampers to take part in either on James River or a little further along the Port. Glampers can also enjoy white water rafting, rock climbing, and mountain biking in the area.