|Space||550 sq. ft.|
Rustic log cabin on 2.7 acres, adjacent to the George Washington National Forest. This cozy log cabin is situated in the Trout Pond neighborhood and is perfect for a mountain getaway where you can either relax with a good book or take a nature hike with your furry companion. It’s about 20 minutes to Wardensville, WV and about a half a mile from the Trout Pond Park entrance.
The cabin is about 550 sq. ft. and has local phone service and Wi-Fi. There is no cell service at the cabin. There is a radio/cd/tape player but no TV.
Features: bedrooms listed is two, however the second bedroom consists of two twin beds divided from the living area by wall length curtains for privacy (please review the pictures). A full size bed in the main bedroom with a dresser. Sheets are supplied.
The bathroom has a shower/tub, sink, commode and shelves (4bath towels, 2 hand towels and washcloths are supplied).
The kitchen is fully functional and should meet most needs. There is a small oven and refrigerator, toaster, microwave, coffee maker, pots, pans, utensils, plates and glasses.
Heat is a wood burning stove insert (wood is provided) and small space heater for main bedroom.
The cabin is not handicap accessible.
Pets are considered, please contact owner.
There is a charcoal grill and some outside seating, so come enjoy the mountains!
We both grew up in northern Virginia and remember when most of the area had more trees, farms and was a little quieter. This cabin was a getaway we fell in love with almost ten years ago. We outgrew our " Phabin" and purchased another cabin to fit our needs a few miles away. We would look forward to sharing the beauty of " wild and wonderful" with our fellow DC metro area people. We love our weekend get away and hope you will enjoy our cabin as much as we have through the years.
Kristin Pham purchased this cabin in 2005
Four of us had a great time at the cabin for the weekend! Kristen gave us clear driving directions, and it was an easy drive from DC on a Friday evening. The cabin is nestled in the GW national forest, though there are some neighbors along the same road so you're not completely isolated. It looks just as it does in the pictures, and it was clean and more than spacious enough for 4 people. It was definitely chilly (it snowed our second night!) and the only one problem we did run into was that it took us a while to figure out how to get the fireplace to work so that it wasn't filling the cabin with smoke every time we opened the fireplace door. Once we did get it to work (after contacting Kristen, who tried her best to help us via text) it kept the cabin very warm. I might recommend leaving written directions for how to work the fireplace - I think the key is getting it hot enough to create a draft going that will pull the smoke up the chimney.
The kitchen is well equipt, and we had a nice time cooking a friends-giving meal. There's lots of hiking options nearby, and while we didn't get to explore the town much, we definitely would have liked to had we had the time. If you are coming in the fall or winter I'd recommend bringing an extra blanket or two (as Kristin told us!). Overall, we had a lovely time and it was an easy getaway from DC for the weekend!
This little cabin is tucked away in a great location and was a perfect place for me and my boyfriend to get away with our dog for the weekend. We were close enough to anything we needed to get to, but far enough away to feel like an escape. It took less than 2.5 hrs from Northwest DC! It was freezing - no central heat and I am a city girl who isn't all that great at getting fires stated, but that made it all the more of an adventure. The kitchen was fully stocked with everything we needed and we wished we could have stayed longer.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
16 Mar 2017 - 22 Nov 2017
1 night minimum stay
for 1 night
|Property Damage Protection||£46.16|
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.