Fall Cabins are Booking NOW

by Casey Higgins | Posted on August 13th, 2013

Looking to get away – just the two of you – to the mountains or riverside this fall? Let these few cabins show you what your weekend escape could look like, but you’d better hurry along and book soon. Cabins book quickly!

 

Hawksbill Retreat

Hawksbill Retreat

Blue Ridge Mountain Farm in Meadows of Dan is just minutes off the Blue Ridge Parkway near picturesque Mabry Mill. The cabin is a sweet 600 square feet with the amenities of home. You’ll love the foliage display from the deck! No smoking and no pets. Two wineries nearby. Situated on 20 acres with private, wooded trails. $150/night plus tax.

Lydia Mountain Log Cabins in Stanardsville are perched high atop, well, Lydia Mountain. The cabins include rock fireplaces, linens and towels, complete kitchens, a grill, and a hot tub on the deck. Choose a single bedroom cabin for couples’ seclusion. $165/night plus tax. Book Now

Hawksbill Retreat in Stanley is a 44-acre tract complete with incredible mountain views, stocked fishing pond and hiking trails. Choose from three one-bedroom cabins (cabins 8, 9 and 10) equipped with kitchen, laundry, private hot tub, fire pit and deck. $200/night plus tax. Book Now

Fiddler's Roost Bed & Breakfast Cabins

Fiddler’s Roost Bed & Breakfast Cabins

Six Fiddler’s Roost Bed & Breakfast Cabins in Galax are tucked into 30 wooded acres that give you peace, serenity and privacy. Equipped kitchens, fireplace, large porches with rocking chairs, and a grill make these great fall retreats. Breakfast is delivered to your cabin each morning, too! Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at mile marker 213. $120-$160/night plus tax. Book Now

Shadow Mountain Escape in Luray is a romantic destination designed specifically for couples. Choose from four accommodations bordering Shenandoah National Park, each artfully decorated to enhance the exposed timber frame. $165-$210/night plus tax. Book Now

Looking for more awesome cabins? See the full directory or check out the articles below.

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