Shenandoah Junction, WV, United States Accommodations

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Accommodations in Shenandoah Junction

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Excellent
7 reviews
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The SpaceWelcome to the cottage! You will find a comfortably furnished quiet home in the countryside of West Virginia. The home has 3 bedrooms available for rent, two share a bath and one has a private bath. This home has a large wrap around deck with lots of seating, a dining and barbecue area, overlooking a park-like back yard and woodlands. You will hear the birds in the trees, and we often see deer in the back yard at sunrise and sunset. This is a quiet, peaceful and relaxing spot - with lots of things to do very nearby! Guest AccessGuests will have use of family kitchen, living and dining areas, screened-in-porch, deck and yard area. There is plenty of parking on site. The home is 3 miles from the MARC train station which can take you into Washington DC. Or we are also 3 miles from Shepherdstown, and about 20 minutes from Harper's Ferry and 20 minutes from Antietam Battle field. If you are a history buff, or enjoy nature and the outdoors, this is the place for you! Interaction with GuestsWe have a comfortable not-fussy house. Breakfast is available -using our free range farm fresh eggs, local produce and dairy from an organic farm. I am home to answer questions early in the morning and in the evening, but make myself scarce during the day so you can enjoy the space. This area provides so much to do with respect to history and nature! Hike - or Bike - Maryland Heights or the C & O canal. Visit Antietam, Harper's Ferry and learn the Story of John Brown, or visit one of the homes of George Washington's family members. Close by attractions include Charles Town Races and Casino, Zip lining, rafting, and canoeing. There is so much to see and do here! Come experience the Eastern Panhandle of WV! The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is very safe, secluded and quiet - Yet very close to lots of fun things to do: 3 miles from the quaint town of Shepherdstown, shopping and the Potomac river and water activities, historic Antietam and Harpers Ferry, and Charles Town Races and Casino . Weather permitting- you can hike, bike ride, canoe or float on the river, go white water rafting, or walking / jogging on the C & O canal. There are tons of historic sites nearby - all easily visited in a day trip. Washington DC and Baltimore are also within 1.5 hours and provide tons of things to do - museums, theater - fine food and entertainment. Getting AroundBicycles available for $10.00 per day per person. The country roads are narrow, so I only recommend for experienced bicyclers. Also- There is a MARC train station 3 miles from my house which goes into Frederick Maryland, and Washington DC. There is plenty of vehicle parking at the train station. Or - You can bike to it or I can provide shuttle service for you for $10.00. If you do not have a vehicle, there is rental car company close by, Enterprise, and they will pick you up if you need to rent a vehicle while here. Other Things to Note I will allow small dogs who are house-trained. A $50.00 deposit is required if you bring a dog. If no accidents, I will refund it immediately. No cats.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur 1st of two spare bedrooms is unique because our neighborhood is very safe although within 200 yards from a train line. If you are a heavy sleeper then you will be close to the VA Hospital, US Coast Guard and IRS building. We are located 13 miles from Antietam National Battlefield and 7 miles from lovely Shepherdstown, WV. We have three rooms available with multiple listing and guests can review some of our feedback here: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6210827#reviews You can expect your room to be very clean and will have clean sheets, towels, etc. We have toothpaste, shaving cream, if you forget anything. Guest AccessFull access to kitchen, living room, laundry with washer/dryer, backyard with deck and downstairs sitting room. We also have a secure garage if you need to store your bike(s) overnight. Living room has a medium TV with Amazon Prime and Netflix (no cable). Also have WiFi that you can use-for free of course. Interaction with GuestsCozy home with hosts who enjoy getting to know people in a safe and pristine neighborhood. Our two Australian Shepherds love the outdoors so we all exercise and enjoy fun hikes around the area. At home we have an upstairs master bedroom/bathroom with a basement living and exercise room. We are most always available to get you check in and meet you. We like meeting new people and have traveled abroad using similar services to Airbnb. We have been hosting since April 2015 and want you to have an enjoyable stay in our home and enjoy the area. Whether you are just passing through town, a student, cyclist, or just visiting the Panhandle its a great home-base to explore the area. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is very safe with a lot of law enforcement and has a HOA. Getting AroundWe are not located close to any transportation. Host will pick up and deliver to train, by prearrangement. Other Things to NoteWe have two Aussie dogs and two cats plus our 55gal freshwater tank. :-)
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The SpaceOur 2nd spare bedroom is unique because our neighborhood is very safe although within 200 yards from a train line. If you are a heavy sleeper then you will be close to the VA Hospital, US Coast Guard and IRS building. We are located 13 miles from Antietam National Battlefield and 7 miles from lovely Shepherdstown, WV. You can expect your room to be very clean and will have clean sheets, towels, etc. We have toothpaste, shaving cream, if you forget anything. Guest AccessFull access to kitchen, living room, laundry with washer/dryer, backyard with deck and downstairs sitting room. We also have a secure garage if you need to store your bike(s) overnight. Living room has a medium TV with Amazon Prime and Netflix (no cable). Also have WiFi that you can use-for free of course. Interaction with GuestsCozy home with hosts who enjoy getting to know people in a safe and pristine neighborhood. Our two Australian Shepherds love the outdoors so we all exercise and enjoy fun hikes around the area. At home we have an upstairs master bedroom/bathroom with a basement living and exercise room. We are most always available to get you check in and meet you. We like meeting new people and have traveled abroad using similar services to Airbnb. We have been hosting since April 2015 and want you to have an enjoyable stay in our home and enjoy the area. Whether you are just passing through town, a student, cyclist, or just visiting the Panhandle its a great home-base to explore the area. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is very safe with a lot of law enforcement and has a HOA. Getting AroundWe are not located close to any transportation. Host will pick up and deliver to train, by prearrangement. Other Things to NoteWe have two Aussie dogs and two cats plus our 55gal freshwater tank. :-)
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpacePrivate yet close to amenities. Guest AccessAccess to everything. Interaction with GuestsNo interaction with guest other than check in and check out. You have the entire house. The NeighborhoodQuiet, safe and friendly, family driven neighborhood. Getting AroundPublic transportation available to Washington, D.C. And Baltimore. Other Things to NoteOne king size bed upstairs One double bed upstairs Two couches downstairs
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The SpaceOur 3rd spare bedroom is unique because our neighborhood is very safe although within 200 yards from a train line. If you are a heavy sleeper then you will be close to the VA Hospital, US Coast Guard and IRS building. We are located 13 miles from Antietam National Battlefield and 7 miles from lovely Shepherdstown, WV. We have three rooms available with multiple listing and guests can review some of our feedback here: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6210827#reviews You can expect your room to be very clean and will have clean sheets, towels, etc. We have toothpaste, shaving cream, if you forget anything. Guest AccessFull access to kitchen, living room, laundry with washer/dryer, backyard with deck and downstairs sitting room. We also have a secure garage if you need to store your bike(s) overnight. Living room has a medium TV with Amazon Prime and Netflix (no cable). Also have WiFi that you can use-for free of course. Interaction with GuestsCozy home with hosts who enjoy getting to know people in a safe and pristine neighborhood. Our two Australian Shepherds love the outdoors so we all exercise and enjoy fun hikes around the area. At home we have an upstairs master bedroom/bathroom with a basement living and exercise room. We are most always available to get you check in and meet you. We like meeting new people and have traveled abroad using similar services to Airbnb. We have been hosting since April 2015 and want you to have an enjoyable stay in our home and enjoy the area. Whether you are just passing through town, a student, cyclist, or just visiting the Panhandle its a great home-base to explore the area. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is very safe with a lot of law enforcement and has a HOA. Getting AroundWe are not located close to any transportation. Host will pick up and deliver to train, by prearrangement. Other Things to NoteWe have two Aussie dogs and two cats plus our 55gal freshwater tank. :-)
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Good
9 reviews
1br 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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2br Bedroom
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The SpaceTwo private, cozy bedrooms rooms available in west wing of historic farm house comfortably sleeps 1-6 guests. Private, separate entrance and private full bathroom. "Blueroom" bedroom has kitchenette with sink, microwave, coffeemaker, electric kettle, and small fridge, large closet for extended stays, and gas fireplace. Separate twin bed available in upstairs foyer for additional guest or child. For larger groups, the "Green trim" bedroom has both a queen and a twin bed, with adjoining sitting room and second floor porch overlooking native tree nursery. Property is a working Tree Farm with nature trails and an abundance of wildlife. Guests have exclusive use of the space including a large front porch and front lawn for relaxing or dining. Convenient by car to historic Shepherdstown, Charlestown, and Harpers Ferry. Close to New Route 9 Bike trail. Guest AccessGuests have exclusive use of the wing and access the private bedrooms, bathroom, sitting area, and foyer all through a separate entrance on the front porch. Parking is adjacent to the house and a walkway leads directly to the private entrance on the front porch. Porches are available year round for sitting or dining. Nature trails on property for walking. Interaction with GuestsThis is a private wing with a completely separate entrance and separated from other side of house by locked doors. Rockdale is a private place that's close to town, but tucked away. Hope you can take the time to unplug and enjoy this quiet part of the county. I live on other side of house with my wife Alix so there is limited interaction. That being said we are happy to offer recommendations, answer questions, give directions, tours of the Tree farm, etc as we are available! The NeighborhoodShepherdtown is West Virginia's oldest incorporated town and home to Shepherd University. The town's rich history, combined with local attractions like the Operahouse, and a variety of shops and restaurants make it an ideal place to visit and unwind. Please check out our AirBnB guidebook for information of dining and entertainment options in nearby Shepherdstown. Getting AroundCar is required. Conveniently located 8 min to Shepherdstown. 20 to Charlestown. 25 to Harpers ferry. Park in Shepherdstown and walk all over town. Other Things to NoteAmple parking
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Nice
99 reviews
1br hotel
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Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Triple Brick Museum, Adam Stephen House, and Wonderment Puppet Theater. Apollo Civic Theatre and Martinsburg Mall are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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1br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceIt was like new on the inside when we purchased it but I wanted to chalk paint the inside and make it more "shabby chic" It's loaded with all you'll need for a cook out, coffee pot, microwave, etc. Guest AccessYou'll have access to the entire 30' of the RV. Interaction with GuestsYou probably don't want us to tag along (since it's an RV vs. a room) but we will show you the "how to's" and supply cheat sheets for you. You'll also find other campers are more than willing to show you "how to" if you forget how to put the awning in or out. The NeighborhoodWe are happy to help you with an itinerary if you find it's a little daunting of where to go, stay and what to begin to see. They actually have maps to help you with a route or you might want to just head to a beach and enjoy time away. Getting AroundThere is plenty of beautiful places to see just within a few hundred mile radius of Charles Town WV, Reston, VA or Maryland. We have a GPS made specifically for RVing (height of bridges, warning of incline) that will be provided also. Please use it! We are located only 39 miles from IAD (Dulles Airport), 1.5 hours of DC, 4 miles from Harper's Ferry and we are happy to deliver the RV and go over it with you for a delivery fee in a 100 mile radius. If you'd like to drive up to get the RV, you can park in the RV space and your vehicle will be perfectly safe in "Winnie's Spot!" while you're away. Other Things to NoteNo smoking in the RV, no pets and please take the trash out nightly to prevent odor and varmints from camping.
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    The SpaceA bright and cheerful bedroom adjacent to the first floor bathroom, living room, and kitchen. It has a queen-sized bed. This room was named for the Van Metre family. In 1730 John and Isaac Van Metre obtained grants for 40,000 acres of land in Berkeley County from Lt. Governor Gooch of Virginia. This was the first land to be granted in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. James Monroe Van Metre purchased Stone House Mansion in 1857 and his family owned it until 2011. This house is steeped in American history. The following is condensed from the National Register of Historic Places listing: The Stone House Mansion was constructed in 1757. It is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with the Hite vs. Fairfax lawsuit, which revolved around the question of whether colonial government or English government had the authority to grant land. The suit is significant in the interpretation of the arguments and as a precursor of the concepts and concerns that eventually led to the Revolution. It was for these very beliefs that the colonies rebelled. The stone house is mentioned in the suit and is included in a survey conducted as part of the evidence. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with Captain John Strode, who constructed Stone House Mansion. Captain John Strode fought with the Continental Army and was the founder of Strode’s Station in Kentucky. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with General Adam Stephen, who founded the city of Martinsburg. Stephen was second-in-command to George Washington in the French and Indian War and fought under George Washington in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the rank of Major General. After the war, he served as a delegate to the 1788 Virginia Convention and spoke persuasively in favor of adopting the U.S. Constitution. Stephen purchased Stone House Mansion from Captain John Strode in September 1789. The land was to be inherited by his daughter, Ann Stephen. Ann Stephen was married twice. Her first marriage in 1779 was to Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge, who was second cousin to Martha Washington and grandson of Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood. Captain Dandridge served as an Aide-de-Camp on the staff of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge died in 1785. He and Ann had one son, Adam Stephen Dandridge. Ann’s second marriage in 1787 was to Major Moses Hunter, Revolutionary War veteran and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Stone House Mansion was inherited by Major Moses Hunter’s son, Lieutenant David Hunter, who was killed at the battle of Williamsburg on the St. Lawrence River in the War of 1812. Stone House Mansion was then inherited by the granddaughter of General Adam Stephen, Anne Hunter. Anne Hunter married Captain Henry St. George Tucker, who fought in the War of 1812 and was a U.S. Congressman, a member of the Virginia Senate, lawyer, judge, and law professor at the University of Virginia. Tucker County, West Virginia was named for Henry St. George Tucker. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with James Monroe Van Metre and his son Isaac David Sylvester Van Metre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley. Guest AccessGuest has access to kitchen with all needed appliances and cookware and dishware, living room, foyer, large sunroom, laundry room, and bathrooms. It is possible that there may be other guests sharing the house on some days. There are two full bathrooms, one each on the first and second floors. Depending upon the number of guests in the house the bathroom next to the first floor bedroom may be shared with one or more other people, but is typically mostly private. The sunroom and the kitchen both have tables for dining. The sunroom has a TV. Interaction with GuestsWe live approximately 5 minutes away and can usually respond to a phone call within a short time. We will be happy to orient you to the area and are looking forward to meeting and talking with you. The NeighborhoodThis is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some chickens and cows. Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to historic destinations in Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA, and Sharpsburg, MD. Visit the Charles Town Racetrack and Casino while in Charles Town. Also within a 30-minute drive visitors can enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and biking or hiking the C&O Canal and Appalachian Trail. The bike path between Charles Town and Martinsburg, West Virginia borders the property. The State has installed a historical marker about Stone House Mansion on the bike path! It is convenient to the highway and less than a mile to a supermarket. Getting AroundA car is required. Located at the Short Road exit off WV Route 9. Distance to Martinsburg and Kearneysville is approximately 3 miles, 11 miles to Charles Town and 8 miles to Shepherdstown. Antietam National Battlefield is 12 miles distance and Harpers Ferry is 17 miles distance. The new Route 9 Bike Trail borders the property. Other Things to NoteThis is one of six bedrooms in the house that share two bathrooms. On some days there may be other guests in the house, and on some days you will have the house to yourself.
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    The SpaceLovely bright vintage room . It is decorated in the colonial style with a queen bed. Enjoy the view from the large balcony off this second floor bedroom. The Strode Room is named for John Strode, settler and explorer who built the house. This house is steeped in American history. The following is condensed from the National Register of Historic Places listing: The Stone House Mansion was constructed in 1757. It is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with the Hite vs. Fairfax lawsuit, which revolved around the question of whether colonial government or English government had the authority to grant land. The suit is significant in the interpretation of the arguments and as a precursor of the concepts and concerns that eventually led to the Revolution. It was for these very beliefs that the colonies rebelled. The stone house is mentioned in the suit and is included in a survey conducted as part of the evidence. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with Captain John Strode, who constructed Stone House Mansion. Captain John Strode fought with the Continental Army and was the founder of Strode’s Station in Kentucky. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with General Adam Stephen, who founded the city of Martinsburg. Stephen was second-in-command to George Washington in the French and Indian War and fought under George Washington in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the rank of Major General. After the war, he served as a delegate to the 1788 Virginia Convention and spoke persuasively in favor of adopting the U.S. Constitution. Stephen purchased Stone House Mansion from Captain John Strode in September 1789. The land was to be inherited by his daughter, Ann Stephen. Ann Stephen was married twice. Her first marriage in 1779 was to Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge, who was second cousin to Martha Washington and grandson of Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood. Captain Dandridge served as an Aide-de-Camp on the staff of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge died in 1785. He and Ann had one son, Adam Stephen Dandridge. Ann’s second marriage in 1787 was to Major Moses Hunter, Revolutionary War veteran and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Stone House Mansion was inherited by Major Moses Hunter’s son, Lieutenant David Hunter, who was killed at the battle of Williamsburg on the St. Lawrence River in the War of 1812. Stone House Mansion was then inherited by the granddaughter of General Adam Stephen, Anne Hunter. Anne Hunter married Captain Henry St. George Tucker, who fought in the War of 1812 and was a U.S. Congressman, a member of the Virginia Senate, lawyer, judge, and law professor at the University of Virginia. Tucker County, West Virginia was named for Henry St. George Tucker. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with James Monroe Van Metre and his son Isaac David Sylvester Van Metre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley. Guest AccessGuest has access to kitchen with all needed appliances and cookware and dishware, living room, foyer, large sunroom, laundry room, and bathrooms. It is possible that there may be other guests sharing the house on some days. There are two full bathrooms, one each on the first and second floors. Depending upon the number of guests in the house, the bathroom on the second floor may be shared with one or more other people, but is typically mostly private. The sunroom and the kitchen both have tables for dining. The sunroom has a TV. Interaction with GuestsWe live approximately 5 minutes away and can usually respond to a phone call within a short time. We will be happy to orient you to the area and are looking forward to meeting and talking with you. The NeighborhoodThis quiet area is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some chickens and cows. Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to historic destinations in Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA, and Sharpsburg, MD. Visit the nearby Charles Town Racetrack and Casino. Also within a 30-minute drive visitors can enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and biking or hiking the C&O Canal and Appalachian Trail. It is convenient to the highway. The bike path between Charles Town and Martinsburg, WV borders the property. The State has placed a historical marker about Stone House Mansion on the bike path! The Coast Guard facility, IRS Computing Center, and V.A. Center Hospital are within a mile from here. A supermarket is also within a mile from the house. Getting AroundA car is required. Located at the Short Road exit off WV Route 9. Distance to Martinsburg and Kearneysville is approximately 3 miles, 11 miles to Charles Town and 8 miles to Shepherdstown. Antietam National Battlefield is 12 miles distance and Harpers Ferry is 17 miles distance. The new Route 9 Bike Trail borders the property. Other Things to NoteThis is one of six bedrooms in the house that share two bathrooms. On some days there may be other guests in the house, and on some days you will have the house to yourself. If you are traveling with additional people, we can accommodate your group. Extended stay visitors are welcome! When you contact us, please let us know your needs.
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    The SpaceLovely bright vintage room on the second floor. It is decorated in the colonial style with a full bed and roll-top desk, lots of dresser space and a wing chair. This room is named after Revolutionary War Major General Adam Stephen, founder of Martinsburg, who bought the house for his daughter Ann. This house is steeped in American history. The following is condensed from the National Register of Historic Places listing: The Stone House Mansion was constructed in 1757. It is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with the Hite vs. Fairfax lawsuit, which revolved around the question of whether colonial government or English government had the authority to grant land. The suit is significant in the interpretation of the arguments and as a precursor of the concepts and concerns that eventually led to the Revolution. It was for these very beliefs that the colonies rebelled. The stone house is mentioned in the suit and is included in a survey conducted as part of the evidence. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with Captain John Strode, who constructed Stone House Mansion. Captain John Strode fought with the Continental Army and was the founder of Strode’s Station in Kentucky. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with General Adam Stephen, who founded the city of Martinsburg. Stephen was second-in-command to George Washington in the French and Indian War and fought under George Washington in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the rank of Major General. After the war, he served as a delegate to the 1788 Virginia Convention and spoke persuasively in favor of adopting the U.S. Constitution. Stephen purchased Stone House Mansion from Captain John Strode in September 1789. The land was to be inherited by his daughter, Ann Stephen. Ann Stephen was married twice. Her first marriage in 1779 was to Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge, who was second cousin to Martha Washington and grandson of Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood. Captain Dandridge served as an Aide-de-Camp on the staff of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge died in 1785. He and Ann had one son, Adam Stephen Dandridge. Ann’s second marriage in 1787 was to Major Moses Hunter, Revolutionary War veteran and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Stone House Mansion was inherited by Major Moses Hunter’s son, Lieutenant David Hunter, who was killed at the battle of Williamsburg on the St. Lawrence River in the War of 1812. Stone House Mansion was then inherited by the granddaughter of General Adam Stephen, Anne Hunter. Anne Hunter married Captain Henry St. George Tucker, who fought in the War of 1812 and was a U.S. Congressman, a member of the Virginia Senate, lawyer, judge, and law professor at the University of Virginia. Tucker County, West Virginia was named for Henry St. George Tucker. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with James Monroe Van Metre and his son Isaac David Sylvester Van Metre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley. Guest AccessGuest has access to kitchen with all needed appliances and cookware and dishware, living room, foyer, large sunroom, laundry room, and bathrooms. It is possible that there may be other guests sharing the house on some days. There are two full bathrooms, one each on the first and second floors. Depending upon the number of guests in the house the bathroom on the second floor may be shared with one or more other people, but is typically mostly private. The sunroom and the kitchen both have tables for dining. The sunroom has a TV. Interaction with GuestsWe live approximately 5 minutes away and can usually respond to a phone call within a short time. We are looking forward to meeting and talking with you and will be happy to orient you to our beautiful area. The NeighborhoodThis is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some of the chickens and cows. Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to historic destinations in Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA, and Sharpsburg, MD. Also within a 30-minute drive visitors can enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and biking or hiking the C&O Canal or Appalachian Trail. Visit Charles Town Races and Casino and picturesque Shepherdstown. The new bike trail between Charles Town and Martinsburg WV borders the property. Getting AroundA car is required. The house is located at the Short Road exit off WV Route 9, and close to I-81. Distance to Martinsburg and Kearneysville is approximately 3 miles, 11 miles to Charles Town and 8 miles to Shepherdstown. Antietam National Battlefield is 12 miles distance and Harpers Ferry is 17 miles distance. It is convenient to the highway and less than a mile to a supermarket. The new Route 9 Bike Trail borders the property. The State has placed a historical marker about the Stone House Mansion on the bike path! Other Things to NoteThis is one of six bedrooms in the house that share two bathrooms. On some days there may be other guests in the house, and on some days you will have the house to yourself. If you are traveling with additional people, we can accommodate your group. When you contact us, please let us know your needs.
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    The SpaceCheery floral bedroom with a queen bed on the second floor. This room is named after the Tucker family- Captain Henry St. George Tucker, Congressman, lawyer, professor of law and his wife Anne Hunter Tucker, the granddaughter of Revolutionary War General Adam Stephen. This house is steeped in American history. The following is summarized from the National Register of Historic Places listing: The Stone House Mansion was built in 1757. It is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with the Hite vs. Fairfax lawsuit, which revolved around the question of whether colonial government or English government had the authority to grant land. The suit is significant in the interpretation of the arguments and as a precursor of the concepts and concerns that eventually led to the Revolution. It was for these very beliefs that the colonies rebelled. The stone house is mentioned in the suit and is included in a survey conducted as part of the evidence. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with Captain John Strode, who constructed Stone House Mansion. Captain John Strode fought with the Continental Army and was the founder of Strode’s Station in Kentucky. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with General Adam Stephen, who founded the city of Martinsburg. Stephen was second-in-command to George Washington in the French and Indian War and fought under George Washington in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the rank of Major General. After the war, he served as a delegate to the 1788 Virginia Convention and spoke persuasively in favor of adopting the U.S. Constitution. Stephen purchased Stone House Mansion from Captain John Strode in September 1789. The land was to be inherited by his daughter, Ann Stephen. Ann Stephen was married twice. Her first marriage in 1779 was to Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge, who was second cousin to Martha Washington and grandson of Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood. Captain Dandridge served as an Aide-de-Camp on the staff of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge died in 1785. He and Ann had one son, Adam Stephen Dandridge. Ann’s second marriage in 1787 was to Major Moses Hunter, Revolutionary War veteran and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Stone House Mansion was inherited by Major Moses Hunter’s son, Lieutenant David Hunter, who was killed at the battle of Williamsburg on the St. Lawrence River in the War of 1812. Stone House Mansion was then inherited by the granddaughter of General Adam Stephen, Anne Hunter. Anne Hunter married Captain Henry St. George Tucker, who fought in the War of 1812 and was a U.S. Congressman, a member of the Virginia Senate, lawyer, judge, and law professor at the University of Virginia. Tucker County, West Virginia was named for Henry St. George Tucker. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with James Monroe Van Metre and his son Isaac David Sylvester Van Metre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley. Guest AccessGuest has access to kitchen with all needed appliances and cookware and dishware, living room, foyer, large sunroom, laundry room, and bathrooms. It is possible that there may be other guests sharing the house on some days. There are two full bathrooms, one each on the first and second floors. Depending upon the number of guests in the house, the bathroom on the second floor may be shared with one or more other people. The sunroom and the kitchen both have tables for dining. The sunroom has a TV. Interaction with GuestsWe live approximately 5 minutes away and can usually respond to a phone call within a short time. We will be happy to orient you to the area and are looking forward to meeting and talking with you. The NeighborhoodThis quiet area is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some chickens and cows. Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to historic destinations in Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA, and Sharpsburg, MD. Visit the nearby Charles Town Racetrack and Casino. Also within a 30-minute drive visitors can enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and biking or hiking the C&O Canal and Appalachian Trail. It is convenient to the highway. The bike path between Charles Town and Martinsburg West Virginia borders the property. The State has placed a historical marker about Stone House Mansion on the bike path! The Coast Guard facility, IRS Computing Center, and V.A. Center Hospital are within a mile from here. A supermarket is also within a mile from the house. Getting AroundA car is required. Located at the Short Road exit off WV Route 9. Distance to Martinsburg and Kearneysville is approximately 3 miles, 11 miles to Charles Town and 8 miles to Shepherdstown. Antietam National Battlefield is 12 miles distance and Harpers Ferry is 17 miles distance. The new Route 9 Bike Trail borders the property. Other Things to NoteThis is one of six bedrooms in the house that share two bathrooms. On some days there may be other guests in the house, and on some days you will have the house to yourself. If you are traveling with additional people, we can accommodate your group. Extended stay visitors are welcome! Special arrangements can be made for special events. When you contact us, let us know your needs.
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    The SpaceThis paneled bedroom with a full bed on the first floor once functioned as the farm office for the Van Metre's dairy and renowned Country Ham business. The knotty pine paneling is said to come from shipping crates that transported milk and dairy products produced on the farm back and forth to the soldiers fighting in Europe in World War I. This room is named for the Hunter family. Major Moses Hunter married General Adam Stephen's daughter Ann. This house is steeped in American history. The following is condensed from the National Register of Historic Places listing: The Stone House Mansion was constructed in 1757. It is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with the Hite vs. Fairfax lawsuit, which revolved around the question of whether colonial government or English government had the authority to grant land. The suit is significant in the interpretation of the arguments and as a precursor of the concepts and concerns that eventually led to the Revolution. It was for these very beliefs that the colonies rebelled. The stone house is mentioned in the suit and is included in a survey conducted as part of the evidence. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with Captain John Strode, who constructed Stone House Mansion. Captain John Strode fought with the Continental Army and was the founder of Strode’s Station in Kentucky. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with General Adam Stephen, who founded the city of Martinsburg. Stephen was second-in-command to George Washington in the French and Indian War and fought under George Washington in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the rank of Major General. After the war, he served as a delegate to the 1788 Virginia Convention and spoke persuasively in favor of adopting the U.S. Constitution. Stephen purchased Stone House Mansion from Captain John Strode in September 1789. The land was to be inherited by his daughter, Ann Stephen. Ann Stephen was married twice. Her first marriage in 1779 was to Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge, who was second cousin to Martha Washington and grandson of Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood. Captain Dandridge served as an Aide-de-Camp on the staff of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge died in 1785. He and Ann had one son, Adam Stephen Dandridge. Ann’s second marriage in 1787 was to Major Moses Hunter, Revolutionary War veteran and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Stone House Mansion was inherited by Major Moses Hunter’s son, Lieutenant David Hunter, who was killed at the battle of Williamsburg on the St. Lawrence River in the War of 1812. Stone House Mansion was then inherited by the granddaughter of General Adam Stephen, Anne Hunter. Anne Hunter married Captain Henry St. George Tucker, who fought in the War of 1812 and was a U.S. Congressman, a member of the Virginia Senate, lawyer, judge, and law professor at the University of Virginia. Tucker County, West Virginia was named for Henry St. George Tucker. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with James Monroe Van Metre and his son Isaac David Sylvester Van Metre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley. The recent generations of Van Metres were widely-known for their country ham business. Guest AccessGuest has access to kitchen with all needed appliances and cookware and dishware, living room, foyer, large sunroom, laundry room, and bathrooms. It is possible that there may be other guests sharing the house on some days. There are two full bathrooms, one each on the first and second floors. Depending upon the number of guests in the house the bathroom on the first floor bedroom may be shared with one or more other people, but is typically mostly private. The sunroom and the kitchen both have tables for dining. The sunroom has a TV. Interaction with GuestsWe live approximately 5 minutes away and can usually respond to a phone call within a short time. We will be happy to orient you to the area and are looking forward to meeting and talking with you! The NeighborhoodThis is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some chickens and cows. Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to historic destinations in Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA, and Sharpsburg, MD. Visit the nearby Charles Town Racetrack and Casino. Also within a 30-minute drive visitors can enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and biking or hiking the C&O Canal or Appalachian Trail. It is convenient to the highway and less than a mile to a supermarket. The new Route 9 bike trail between Charles Town and Martinsburg, WV borders the property. The State has placed a historical marker about Stone House Mansion on the bike path! Getting AroundA car is required. Located at the Short Road exit off WV Route 9. Distance to Martinsburg and Kearneysville is approximately 3 miles, 11 miles to Charles Town and 8 miles to Shepherdstown. Antietam National Battlefield is 12 miles distance and Harpers Ferry is 17 miles distance. The new Route 9 Bike Trail borders the property. Other Things to NoteThis is one of six bedrooms in the house that share two bathrooms. On some days there may be other guests in the house, and on some days you will have the house to yourself. If your family needs more than one bedroom, or all of them, we can offer special deals. If you are traveling with additional people, we can accommodate your group. Extended stay visitors are welcome! When you contact us, please let us know your needs.
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    The SpaceThis bright sunny bedroom is in the 1905 addition to the house, on the second floor. It has a double bed. It was known as the "Sleeping Porch", a special room for many generations of the Van Metre family to enjoy the summer breezes coming in from the many windows along two sides of the room. It has a nice view of the barns and other farm outbuildings. This house is steeped in American history. The following is condensed from the National Register of Historic Places listing: The Stone House Mansion was constructed in 1757. It is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with the Hite vs. Fairfax lawsuit, which revolved around the question of whether colonial government or English government had the authority to grant land. The suit is significant in the interpretation of the arguments and as a precursor of the concepts and concerns that eventually led to the Revolution. It was for these very beliefs that the colonies rebelled. The stone house is mentioned in the suit and is included in a survey conducted as part of the evidence. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with Captain John Strode, who constructed Stone House Mansion. Captain John Strode fought with the Continental Army and was the founder of Strode’s Station in Kentucky. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with General Adam Stephen, who founded the city of Martinsburg. Stephen was second-in-command to George Washington in the French and Indian War and fought under George Washington in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the rank of Major General. After the war, he served as a delegate to the 1788 Virginia Convention and spoke persuasively in favor of adopting the U.S. Constitution. Stephen purchased Stone House Mansion from Captain John Strode in September 1789. The land was to be inherited by his daughter, Ann Stephen. Ann Stephen was married twice. Her first marriage in 1779 was to Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge, who was second cousin to Martha Washington and grandson of Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood. Captain Dandridge served as an Aide-de-Camp on the staff of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge died in 1785. He and Ann had one son, Adam Stephen Dandridge. Ann’s second marriage in 1787 was to Major Moses Hunter, Revolutionary War veteran and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Stone House Mansion was inherited by Major Moses Hunter’s son, Lieutenant David Hunter, who was killed at the battle of Williamsburg on the St. Lawrence River in the War of 1812. Stone House Mansion was then inherited by the granddaughter of General Adam Stephen, Anne Hunter. Anne Hunter married Captain Henry St. George Tucker, who fought in the War of 1812 and was a U.S. Congressman, a member of the Virginia Senate, lawyer, judge, and law professor at the University of Virginia. Tucker County, West Virginia was named for Henry St. George Tucker. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with James Monroe Van Metre and his son Isaac David Sylvester Van Metre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley. Guest AccessGuest has access to the kitchen with all needed appliances and cookware and dishware, living room, foyer, large sunroom, laundry room, and bathrooms. It is possible that there may be other guests sharing the house on some days. There are two full bathrooms, one each on the first and second floors. Depending upon the number of guests in the house the bathrooms may be shared with one or more other people, but is typically mostly private. The sunroom and the kitchen both have tables for dining. The sunroom has a TV. Interaction with GuestsWe live approximately 5 minutes away and can usually respond to a phone call within a short time. We will be happy to orient you to the area and are looking forward to meeting and talking with you. The NeighborhoodThis quiet area is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some chickens and cows. Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to historic destinations in Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA, and Sharpsburg, MD. Visit the nearby Charles Town Racetrack and Casino. Also within a 30-minute drive visitors can enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and biking or hiking the C&O Canal and Appalachian Trail. It is convenient to the highway and less than a mile to a supermarket. The new bike trail between Charles Town and Martinsburg, West Virginia borders the property. The State has placed a historical marker about Stone House Mansion on the bike path! Getting AroundA car is required. Located at the Short Road exit off WV Route 9. Distance to Martinsburg and Kearneysville is approximately 3 miles, 11 miles to Charles Town and 8 miles to Shepherdstown. Antietam National Battlefield is 12 miles distance and Harpers Ferry is 17 miles distance. The new Route 9 Bike Trail borders the property. Other Things to NoteThis is one of six bedrooms in the house that share two bathrooms. On some days there may be other guests in the house, and on some days you will have the house to yourself. If you are traveling with additional people, we can accommodate your group. Extended stay visitors are welcome! When you contact us, please let us know your needs.
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      The 3-star Quality Inn and Suites Kearneysville offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or holiday in Martinsburg (WV). Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Take advantage of the hotel's free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find air conditioning, wake-up service, alarm clock, telephone, television. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Convenience and comfort makes Quality Inn and Suites Kearneysville the perfect choice for your stay in Martinsburg (WV).