Inside the homestead you will find the original two-story log cabin structure built by the earliest settlers in 1739, restored to its original character, and updated to offer modern comfort.  The interior walls showcase the cabin, built with virgin timbers harvested by the original settlers in the Shenandoah Valley, the hand-hewn ax marks of their labors still visible.  The floors and ceilings are refurbished with reclaimed timbers.

The log cabin spans a spacious Great Room on the first floor and Log Cabin Master Bedroom (#1) above it on the second floor. Both rooms overlook the river and offer majestic views of the Massanutten mountain ridge.

Central to the Great Room is the original stone fireplace.  The room features warm lighting, lots of comfortable reading space, antique furnishings, a dartboard, and a game table. 

The luxurious Log Cabin Master Bedroom includes a king-size bed hand-crafted of native oak milled in the area, as well as a newly renovated bathroom, featuring a glass and stone-encased shower.

Over the centuries, the original house was expanded and today features three additional bedrooms that channel the character of the log cabin with reclaimed wood floors, exposed wood ceilings, and antique furniture.  Each bedroom is very private, with its own lovely, special character and each has a private bathroom with elegant fixtures.

The Kid’s Room features two Pyramid Bunk Beds (double bed on the bottom, single bed on top).  It also has a private bathroom with deep soaking tub and shower.

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Built by early settlers in 1739

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“Great setting, impressive restoration, beautiful countryside.”
     - September 2012

“Had a great reunion with our kids and their friends.  Went hiking in the Shenandoah National Park.  What a wonderful place this is.”    
        - October 2012
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