Simple and quiet
Nice cabin, hot tub was great and it was very quiet
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We are supporting the American Red Cross in all of the disasters that Have hit America Hurricanes Florence, Michael, Calinforina Wild Fires ....AMERICA STRONG This Soaring Custom-built Log Chalet is nestled on 5.2 acres near the Shenandoah National Park, letting you enjoy true secluded privacy. On the spacious deck, you'll feel like you are living among the trees. Many of our guests spend much of their time relaxing there, making dinner on the gas grill and melting into the six-person Hot Tub.... Nothing compares to the night sky from the Hot Tub on the deck - so many more stars than you'll find in the city. Rather have s'mores around the campfire? Go ahead, we provide a fire ring, and you are welcome to gather wood from the surrounding area. Or snuggle up inside by the gas log fireplaces and play one of the board games we provide. This is time to unplug from the constant rush of your workday..... Two full baths and a complete kitchen will keep you in touch with the modern conveniences you need to enjoy yourself. We provide a set of bed linens for your stay, but ask that you bring your own towels and toiletries.... Time for bed: the master bedroom is on the main level; there's another bedroom with sitting room and bath on the lower level.... Welcome the sunrise through the 6 foot quarter round windows from the loft bedroom that overlooks the main living area. The Chalet Does not Have Wi-Fi, and the repsonce has been overwhelming Positive, that you can truely Get Away! IF the Chalet is not available Try our Hemlock Hollow cabin VRBO 380199 Just 1/2 Mile from the Chalet!
1 queen bed
1 queen bed
1 queen bed
Seems like property management is doing it's best to make this place better. Responses with them were quick and thorough. They notified us that the hot tub broke a couple days before we arrived and they weren't able to get it fixed on time so they gave us a 1 night credit which was nice. The house is a little hard to get to if the road is wet and probably impossible in the snow without 4WD. We drove a camry and civic in the rain and there were a few times I wasn't sure we would make it up the slopes. The location is great, quick drive to Tanner's Ridge Fire Road (gated, the sign says not to park there but we took the risk and it ended up okay), and then hiked to Lewis falls (~2 hours round trip). Look on the outside of the cabin is nice. You walk in downstairs and it looks pretty old, upstairs is better than downstairs but still not what I would call great, . I've never stayed in another cabin in the woods so I can't say whether its normal for the amount of bugs we saw to be in the house, but there were a lot (spiders, ants) and we also had a bee inside. We saw a mouse the first day but it ran away and we didn't see it again. We read the reviews and decided to bring our own pans/plastic plates/silverware so we didn't really use any of the stuff in the house and can't comment on it although it looked like there was plenty. Mattresses looked old (especially the downstairs one) and we brought our own linens/pillows to put on top. Overall the place was okay, just don't expect it to be equivalent to a high-end hotel.