Rustic Cabin Rental on Working Horse Farm in Warm Springs, VirginiaWarm Springs, Virginia (United States of America)
Rustic Cabin Rental on Working Horse Farm in Warm Springs, Virginia
Blending together the area's meadows, pastures, and mountain trails, this 127-acre horse farm in Warm Springs, Virginia, offers guests an idyllic, rustic cabin rental that accommodates up to four guests. Perfect for a getaway for a family of four or two couples, the 550-square-foot cabin has a single bedroom with high-quality mattresses, and all bedding and linens are provided. There is a full private bathroom with a shower, as well, and towels are included.
In the living room, guests will have lovely views of the surrounding farmland and comfortable seating options, meanwhile, in the kitchen, guests will find a stove, an oven, a refrigerator, a coffeemaker, basic pantry staples, and all necessary cooking utensils. There is a dining room area, too, which features a dining table for four and a child's highchair. Throughout the cabin, there is high-efficiency baseboard heating and full insulation to keep guests toasty on cold spring and fall nights. Other amenities include books, games, a stereo, and convenient parking.
Outside, guests will find a large fire pit—a great place to gather around on those cool summer nights—as well as a covered front porch with a charcoal barbecue (charcoal provided) and patio furniture.
Horse facilities include two, 12-foot by 24-foot, run-in sheds with paddocks, as well as a working ring, pasturage, and access to several thousand acres of U.S. Forest land across Cobbler Mountain into Hidden Valley. Glampers must inquire about the availability of the sheds for horses, and if interested, in riding lessons and/or equine interaction for children.
Both of the property's cabins come with bedding, towels, linens, and kitchenware. One of the cabins comes with a large, outdoor fire pit, while the other comes with a chimenea.
- Shared Barbecue
- Horse stall
Turtle Brook Farm has always been concerned with the health and safety of our guests and staff. During this challenge all of us face Turtle Brook has taken more precautionary measures to that end. We maintain a 48 hour vacancy between guests, even though the Virginia Health Dept says the time delay is no longer necessary. The cabins are well ventilated during the 48 hour period. A bleach , which meets EPA criteria, is used to disinfect surfaces, with special focus on frequently touched surfaces, utensils, kitchen aids, furniture, etc. We request guests provide their own pillows. Linens and towels are washed at the highest heat setting recommended by the manufacturer. Social distancing is emphasized. Both cabins set independently of each other. Self check ins are available. Special requests and suggestions from guests are welcome. Your safety and our safety is paramount.
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Check out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
The accommodations are non-smoking.
Children are welcome at this property.
Check-ins and check outs are flexible depending on cabin rental schedule.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Warm Springs, Virginia (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Horseback riding additional charge
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
This area of Virginia is undoubtedly full of opportunities for outdoor adventures. Lake Moomaw and Douthat State Park offer plenty resources for fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, camping, and, of course, horseback riding—not to mention one of the most pristine settings of the entire country.
During the winter, glampers will definitely have options to ski and snowboard in the best slopes of West Virginia. And for those who are into history and trains, the Cass Scenic Railroad trip takes them to the days when logging drove the Allegheny Mountains' economy.
There are also many quaint towns with great dining options, museums, music festivals, and so much more.