The SpaceOur 1920's Berryville Craftsman has spacious bedrooms, and additional sleeping space in the living room. We strive to maintain the history of our home while adding a modern twist on style and amenities. You'll find original crystal doorknobs, plaster walls, and original pine floors coupled with modern, comfy, eclectic furniture and updated appliances throughout the home.
The space is a great for entertaining; the kitchen large enough for the whole family to pitch in! Perfect for family holidays or retreat weekends. The living room has ample seating, perfect for long conversations over a glass of local Virginia wine. In warmer months, take the conversation outside to the back or side decks, or sit around the fire pit when the weather starts to become chilly.
Our newly refinished basement has has everything you need for a good time--rain or shine! There is a large game table with board games, cards, and puzzles, a professional sized pingpong table, and a home theater complete with surround sound. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire home, aside from the attic, unfinished portion of the basement, and outdoor sheds (all of which are locked).
All exterior locks are bluetooth compatible; with a touch of the hand, doors will unlock through the Kevo smartphone app. For those less tech savvy guests, 2 keys and a fob are available in a lockbox. Interaction with GuestsWe respect guests privacy, and want you to think of our home as your own. We will be off the premises the majority of your time spent here, but we're always just a text message or phone call away if questions or emergencies should arise. The NeighborhoodWe are located in the town of Berryville, Virginia. A small, friendly village in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. We are central to wineries, the Appalachian trail, various National and State parks, Charles Town Raceway and Casino, Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, and many civil war sites for the history buff in the family. Getting AroundGuests should always park in the driveway; parking overnight out front without a city registration sticker could result in a fine. Additional parking is available in the empty parking lot accessible from Main Street. Other Things to NoteIf guests choose to use the fire pit in the back yard an automatic $75 will be taken out of the security deposit to pay for wood, a fire starter log, and ash cleanup. We also ask that fires remain modest, as the home is situated close to other houses and we don't want to disturb neighbors with smoke and sparks.
For guests staying longer than a few days, we recommend parking off the street in the driveway, as there is a town permit required for overnight street parking.
We ask that guest remain respectful of neighbors as our home is in a family oriented area. Kind, kid friendly language is appreciated when you're in the outside areas.
Trash and recycling pickup is early Friday mornings. If you are staying through Thursday night, or arriving on a Friday, we ask that you help us by taking out/bringing in the trash bins.