HIKERS' DREAM. The property abuts the Shenandoah National Park and is walking distance to the popular Old Rag Mountain and White Oak & Cedar Run trails.
PEACEFUL RETREAT: The cabins are set on 5 acres fronting the Robinson River, with a backyard meadow, 2 ponds and a screen house where you can doze peacefully to the sounds of the burbling river and frogs. Unplug and truly relax.
HISTORIC LOG CABIN CHARM: Stay in a log cabin dating from the Civil War era, updated with plumbing and electricity.
• Maximum occupancy 4 people
• Parking limited to 2 cars
• Quiet Hours: 9:00pm – 7:30am.
• You are welcome to have guests visit during your stay, but please, no unregistered overnight guests.
• No Smoking inside the house or screen porch. Smoking on the patio is permitted provided no cigarette ash or butts are left on the property.
• Pets must be pre-approved and are not allowed on the furniture.
• Outdoor fires allowed only at campfire ring. Never burn a fire when it’s windy or a drought. Never leave the fire unattended. Douse the campfire with water when you finish. We have some firewood available and ask that you contribute put $5 for each fire you make.
• All indoor candles are battery operated. Do not burn candle or incense in the house.
• No open flames on the property (inside or outside) other than the campfire ring and fireplace.
• When you walk outside always watch out your step because snakes are native to the area. Wear shoes all the time outdoors. Use a walking stick to tap the ground in front of you.
• The ponds are not suitable for swimming – please do not swim in ponds.
• Black bears are a food nuisance in the area. Don’t leave any food or trash outside, especially in the BBQ grill and the screen porch. Bears will destroy the porch and/or BBQ to get to any food remnants left inside.
• No hunting or use of firearms or other weapons on the property.
• Fishing is permitted, but ponds are not stocked.
• Because we also rent the adjacent cabin, we ask that you please be respectful of other guests that may be visiting. The campfire ring, back yard, ponds and screen house are shared with the guests at Birch’s Library.
• 5.3% VA sales tax and 5% Madison County occupancy tax are included in the nightly price
• When You Leave
* Leave the house and yard as clean as you found it.
* If you break a dish, don't worry. Just leave us a note so we can replace it for the next guests.
* Make sure the kitchen is clean and you’ve removed all of the food your brought.
* Close all windows and turn off heaters or air conditioners.
* Make sure the door to the screen porch is latched so it can’t blow open.
* Restack the patio furniture against the wall of the house so it won’t blow away.
* Return key to lockbox.
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I'm a musician-educator residing in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. When I travel it's to see friends, go to conferences, concerts and museums.