Delaplane, VA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Delaplane

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3br Home/Apartment
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This home and setting will blow you away. Featured in the Washington Post, Virginia Living and Home and Design - its a place that will both inspire and calm you. It has a soul and spirit about it that is sure to change the way you look at home design.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA one-hour drive from Washington, D.C. and 45 minutes from Dulles International Airport, Magnolia Hill is a charming and lovingly maintained farmhouse dating back to 1880. Nestled into the rolling hills of Virginia’s horse, wine and hunt country, the house is a short distance from 18th century village of Middleburg, which CNN recently listed as one of the world's "Ten Romantic Destinations You Should Know About." Soak in the charm of country life from the covered front porch of Magnolia Hill, which gives way to picturesque views of an 40-foot magnolia tree and a rambling creek that crosses the front of the property. In warmer months fire up the BBQ grill and host a garden party in the large backyard, where you can watch the sun set behind an abandoned silo and cows that graze across the ridge of the adjacent property. In cooler months, roast marshmallows over an outdoor fire pit or strike up a fire and settle in by the hearth of one of the home’s two working fireplaces. The 2,176 square foot, sundrenched, yellow stucco home offers three comfortable and inviting bedrooms: a master with a queen bed, a guest room with a queen bed, and a second guest room with two twin beds. There are two and a half bathrooms; spacious kitchen, dining and living rooms; and a cozy den. Random plank hardwood floors dating back to the early-mid 20th century, antique furnishings, and a second staircase built as part of a two-story rear wing extension, lend extra character to the home. The towns of Middleburg, Upperville and The Plains, which offer a variety of farm-to-table restaurants, high end shops, local butchers, the National Sporting Library & Museum, and a world-class spa facility, all are within and a 15-20 minute drive. Dozens of other area attractions, including Sky Meadows State Park and Shenandoah State Park, are a 20-30 minute driving distance away. For lovers of the outdoors, the area offers spectacular vistas of rolling farmland and vineyards from meandering country roads—perfect for biking or afternoon drives. Nature enthusiasts can spot one of dozens of bird types, as well as deer, rabbit, fox and other animals; hike some of the region’s best trails in Shenandoah; or enjoy the ever-changing symphony of wild flowers that spring up alongside the road in the spring and summer. History buffs will enjoy learning about the historic district of Rectortown, in which the house sits. The Manassas Gap Railroad stop that John Rector, after whom Rectortown was named, was influential in creating still carries cargo trains by less than a quarter of a mile down the road. The old Rectortown railroad storehouse, visible from the stone bridge giving access to the property, is one of the many Civil War historic landmarks in the area. A list of links to area restaurants, attractions and events—including twilight polo matches, horse shows, vineyards offering dinner and wine pairings, and seasonal festivals and fairs—is available to renters upon request. The house does not have a TV, so feel free to download and bring your favorite movies and TV shows on your laptop or tablet. Guest AccessAt the house, renters have access to gorgeous scenery, lots of spaces for lounging, two working fireplaces, and a large dining room table to linger over meals. There also are books and board games. The house does not have a TV, so feel free to download and bring your favorite movies and TV shows on your laptop or tablet. Wifi for web surfing, emails, and limited high-speed streaming is available upon request. Cyclists are invited to bring their bicycles; the area is perfect for bike rides or car rides to take in the beautiful scenery. Interaction with GuestsNo interaction with guests on the property. The NeighborhoodFor lovers of the outdoors, the area offers spectacular vistas of rolling farmland and vineyards from meandering country roads—perfect for biking or afternoon drives. Nature enthusiasts can spot one of dozens of bird types, as well as deer, rabbit, fox and other animals; hike some of the region’s best trails in Shenandoah; or enjoy the ever-changing symphony of wild flowers that spring up alongside the road in the spring and summer. History buffs will enjoy learning about the historic district of Rectortown, in which the house sits. The Manassas Gap Railroad stop that John Rector, after whom Rectortown was named, was influential in creating still carries cargo trains by less than a quarter of a mile down the road. The old Rectortown railroad storehouse, visible from the stone bridge giving access to the property, is one of the many Civil War historic landmarks in the area. A list of links to area restaurants, attractions and events—including twilight polo matches, horse shows, vineyards offering dinner and wine pairings, and seasonal festivals and fairs—is available to renters upon request. Getting AroundPlease note that there is no public transport in the area. Other Things to NoteLearn about area events using the following calendars: (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Related articles: (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceLovely apartment with lots of light. Comfortable sitting area, full kitchen. Large flat screen TV with entertainment and wireless internet. Guest AccessGuests will have access to parking area, outside porch, hundreds of acres of open land. Interaction with GuestsOwners will be available for information on the area, help with reservations, advice on horse activities, winery activities, hiking, biking, canoeing, parks, Appalachian Trail, etc. The NeighborhoodThere are at least 12 wineries within a five mile radius of house. Middleburg is a short distance. Many horse activities (shows, racing, hunting, polo) in area. Biking is very popular on local roads. Appalachian trail is 5 miles away. Shenandoah river is 10 miles away. Many antique shops within short distance. Getting AroundFarm is two miles from Rt. 17 and three miles from I-66. No local public transit or car rentals. Other Things to NoteHouse is half mile from road. Farm is surrounded by other farms, very open and quiet. Great area for taking walks, biking, scenic drives.
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2br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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prvt slf srvc upscl cntryside upstrs aptmnt in beautiful cottage surrounded with vineyards & equestrian landscape - 45 mls from Wash DC - 2hr to Williamsburg - easy access to I 66 - furnished / linens - very exclsve upscle area - historic Middleburg
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3br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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1br Home/Apartment
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Tucked away in the foot hills of the Virginia Blue Ridge, surrounded by nature forests and bucolic pastures this retreat offers serenity away from the maddening urban crowds. Vineyards, antique shops, fine dinning, Historical sites are minutes away. Due to the nature of our location, currently we are not able to offer internet/wifi services. Hopefully the connectivity situation will be changed in near future.
Retreat
4br Retreat
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Our 6500 square foot fully furnished executive mansion offers expansive views of our vineyards, horses, and winery as well as the Piedmont ridge line to the west. Breathtaking sunsets, horses, and alpacas are yours with Washington DC less than an hour away. This is the complete getaway package and we can accommodate wedding parties up to 50.
Bed & Breakfast
2br Bed & Breakfast
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The SpaceThe perfect get away to explore VA history, trails, orchards and wineries. Guest AccessYou have the entire cabin to rent. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available as needed throughout your stay, we are only a call or email away. Other Things to NoteThe Abbey is owned, in part, by a Virginia Licensed Realtor.
Farmhouse
3br Farmhouse
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Gorgeous fall/winter getaway! A one-hour drive from Washington, D.C. and 45 minutes from Dulles International Airport, Magnolia Hill is a charming and lovingly maintained farmhouse dating back to 1880. Nestled into the rolling hills of Virginia’s horse, wine and hunt country, the house is a short distance from 18th century village of Middleburg, which CNN recently listed as one of the world's 'Ten Romantic Destinations You Should Know About'. Highlights include: - 50 wineries within a ~60 mile radius - Local farmers markets, county fairs, drive-in movies, twilight polo, pick-your-own, & more - Easy access to Sky Meadows and Shenandoah State Park - Summer sports camp for kids at nearby Salamander Resort - Horseback riding, riding lessons, and guided trails - Miles of scenic byways perfect for biking, jogging, and/or drives - Boutiques and antique shopping in area towns - A stay in a beautiful, bright, and spacious home in historic Rectortown Soak in the charm of country life from the covered front porch of Magnolia Hill, which gives way to picturesque views of a 40-foot magnolia tree and a rambling creek that crosses the front of the property. In warmer months fire up the barbeque grill and host a garden party in the large backyard, where you can watch the sun set behind an abandoned silo, and both horses and cows that graze across the ridge of the adjacent property. In cooler months, roast marshmallows over an outdoor fire pit or strike up a fire and settle in by the hearth of one of the home’s two indoor working fireplaces. The 2,176 square foot, sundrenched, yellow stucco home offers three comfortable and inviting bedrooms: a master with a queen bed, a guest room with a queen bed, and a second guest room with two twin beds. There are two and a half bathrooms; spacious kitchen, dining and living rooms; and a cozy den. Random plank hardwood floors dating back to the early-mid 20th century, antique furnishings, and a second staircase built as part of a two-story rear wing extension, lend extra character to the home. The towns of Middleburg, Upperville and The Plains, which offer a variety of farm-to-table restaurants, high end shops, local butchers, the National Sporting Library & Museum, and a world-class spa facility, all are within and a 15-20 minute drive. Dozens of other area attractions, including Sky Meadows State Park and Shenandoah State Park, are a 20-30 minute driving distance away. For lovers of the outdoors, the area offers spectacular vistas of rolling farmland and vineyards from meandering country roads—perfect for biking or afternoon drives. Nature enthusiasts can spot one of dozens of bird types, as well as deer, rabbit, fox and other animals; hike some of the region’s best trails in Shenandoah; or enjoy the ever-changing symphony of wild flowers that spring up alongside the road in the spring and summer. History buffs will enjoy learning about the historic district of Rectortown, in which the house sits. The Manassas Gap Railroad stop that John Rector, after whom Rectortown was named, was influential in creating still carries cargo trains by less than a quarter of a mile down the road. The old Rectortown railroad storehouse, visible from the stone bridge giving access to the property, is one of the many Civil War historic landmarks in the area. A list of links to area restaurants, attractions and events—including twilight polo matches, horse shows, vineyards offering dinner and wine pairings, and seasonal festivals and fairs—is available to renters upon request. The house has an HD flat screen TV, satellite TV with 120 channels, a DVD player, and wireless internet suitable for emailing and basic web browsing. The cozy den with working fireplace also offers books available for use at the house. Don't see anything you like there? Take a walk to the Rectortown Post Office where you'll find a Little Free Library with additional books for borrowing. Rates, security deposit, and cleaning fee information follow. The house can sleep a maximum of six guests. Pets are not allowed without advance permission. Other area activities include: - Pev's Paintball (walk-on reservations on Saturdays & Sundays) - Big Dog Pots Pottery Studio (classes include ceramics and glass) - Sky Meadows State Park (10 miles bridle trails, 24 miles hiking trails, 9 miles biking trails, freshwater fishing) - Middleburg Community Farmers Market (daily, 8am-12pm) - Cooking classes, afternoon tea, & activities for kids at nearby Salamander Resort - Spa treatments (including 20% off for 'locals' on weekdays) at Salamander Resort