Welcome to Old Hill Cider House! Located just steps away from the first row of Summer Rambo Apple Trees at Showalter's Orchard. The thoughtful renovation was just completed in early July. The former wash house could be a base for all your Shenandoah Valley Travels or this light airy and romantic little house is a comfortable and cozy place for your farm vacation. The kitchen is small but has all the basics, one queen bed, one bath. We look forward to making your acquaintance.
“360 views of just stunning beauty. The cottage has the look and feel of something straight out of a magazine. You're close to gorgeous hikes, an adorable little town and just outside the door is a perfect spot to just sit back and take in the incomparable views of Shenandoah valley. Side note: I really didn't expect to fall in love with cider, but this cider is fantastic - the only kind I've tasted that isn't too sweet and has complexities like wine.”
Loving restored and newly renovated, this conveniently located lodging is a haven for hikers and history buffs alike. We are proud to show our guests Southern hospitality in a distinctive, family-friendly location. The Shenandoah Valley has so much to offer. At our place, you are walking distance from the Shenandoah River, 15 minutes to Massanutten Waterpark, 25 minutes to Harrisonburg/JMU, 45 mins to Charlottesville. Near Luray caverns, many wineries, Breweries, & Civil War historical.
“Large, clean place with great, working amenities. Right in town and conveniently located to the river. The hosts are very nice and do a wonderful job of communicating. I recommend it for families and couples looking for a getaway.”
Nestled in the valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this secluded Hobbit House makes the perfect private getaway.
“If you are looking for a truly one-of-a-kind stay, this is it. Marlan’s hobbit house is something you would see featured on HGTV or Tiny House Nation. The craftsmanship and attention to detail is unparalleled. Marlan greeted us as we arrived and showed us around. He was easily accessible by phone and text when we needed to reach him. The house was stocked with fresh cut flowers from the garden, homemade kettle corn, coffee & tea, and all of the fixings needed to make waffles in the mini waffle iron in the morning (which were delicious). The location of the house is rather remote (we had to drive into the nearest town for cell service and groceries for dinner), but it was an excellent opportunity for us to unplug and enjoy each other’s company without screens. After a long day of driving and sight seeing, it was the perfect place to unwind and the rainfall shower head was spectacular. We truly had an amazing time staying in this architectural marvel.”