Which Would You Choose For Your Upcoming Retreat?
The first is an 1800’s Log Cabin in VA overlooking beautiful meadows and horse farms, and a mile away from Homestead resort and Hot Springs. While there is much serenity and privacy, it is also extremely convenient being close to town amenities. From $185 per night, the cozy log cabin sleeps up to 2 comfortably with 1 queen bed and a bath. There is a stone fireplace and a daybed in the living room, and a small fridge, microwave and coffee machine.
The second cabin was built in 1775 from hand hewn logs of maple, oak and chestnut from the neighboring farmland. Yet, the self-catering wooded cabin is extremely well-appointed with modern amenities. There is a brick fireplace, a reassembled bedroom on the upper floor, and a spacious bathroom with an antique pedestal tub, a back porch and a kitchenette. Located 4 miles away from downtown Lexington, there is plenty of jogging trails, abundant wildlife and breathtaking sights and vistas to enjoy nearby. From $150 a night.
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Cabin in Hot Springs, VA (built 1800’s)
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