The SpaceNarrogate is a charming farm in the beautiful Virginia Highlands. Relax in the Blue Ridge Mountains as you are surrounded by modern comforts presented in an old-fashioned style that's sure to help you slow down and step back in time.
Enjoy the sunset from the covered deck while you fix your supper on the convenient gas grill but stay connected with wi-fi - if you want to. Keep in touch with the world while you hide in style. Fish for trout in Burkes Fork Creek, hike the fields and mountain trails, drive the winding roads through the mountains and wake up as the predictable night fog gives way to the eager morning sun.
Narrogate Farm offers a comfortable ground-floor apartment (aka daylight basement), complete with your own ole-timey kitchen. You'll feel at home with your sleeping arrngements which consist of a private bedroom, a full bath, a shared sleeping space with two single beds and a child sized bunk bed tucked into a whimsical sleeping cabinet. A cozy den provides a social area that can double as a private room with a queen sized futon. Convenient parking for several vehicles is located adjacent to your own private entrance. Grass-fed beef, pastured pork, heritage breed lamb, fresh farm eggs and milk, and whatever produce is in season are all grown on or near our small family farm .
Cows, kayaking, hiking, shooting, golfing, playing in the creek and heaps of other adventures are available both on and off property.
After 20+ years roughing it in Alaska, A.T. & Christy Wiggins bought 50 acres an built Narrogate as a family home and a show-piece for A.T.'s woodworking and Christy's interior decorating. A.T. continues to build custom furniture, cabinetry and bespoke pieces in wood, stone and iron in the onsite workshops for select clients. Christy crafts handmade jewelry for upscale ladies, fashionable gentlemen and favored pets. You can see photos on your (EMAIL HIDDEN) they call Narrogete.
A month long tour of America, Canada and the UK, living in various hotels, homes, and Bed & Breakfasts convinced the Wigginses to offer their own special brand of hospitality to new friends on the wild world web through awesome (URL HIDDEN) vast and wonderful client base.
You owe it to yourself to slow time down for a little while in the welcoming world of Narrogate. We'll be lookin' for ya. Interaction with GuestsOh, we interact about as much or as little as you need us to. We live upstairs, so we're here, but you have your own space.
Here are a few recent reviews - left before we launched this new account:
Bernie Vogels, October 2014 – We absolutely adored our time at Narrowgate farm. We were sad we could only stay a short time, as our hosts adopted us as if we were family. The apartment was cosy and uniquely decorated and suited our party of six perfectly. Plus, the breakfast (and conversation over breakfast) was amazing - buckwheat pancakes, fresh fruit, sausage, juice and coffee - yum! If you get the chance, you need to stay here.
Kristen Combs. October 2014 – We stayed here as we were headed to Shenandoah on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Easy communication with Shayna, and our hosts were lovely people who cooked us an amazing breakfast - I wouldn't mind having that biscuit recipe -yum! The views out back of the farm and surrounding mountains are stunning. We also had a our dogs with us and it was easy and convenient to let them out. It was also the first time we had my parents with us (and their first airbnb experience). We'd stay again!
Jeff & Tammy Dewitt, October 2014 – We had a wonderful experience at Narrogate Farm! A.T. & Christy are very warm and welcoming hosts. The accommodations were just as advertised, and we were completely happy with our week's visit. The breakfasts were delicious, and featured many products that are actually produced on the farm. The farm lies within the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, with lovely views from the house. Almost no other man-made structures are visible from the guest quarters of the house, and the overall vibe is peaceful and serene. We look forward to future visits to Narrogate Farm.
Seth Dresser, September 2014 – This place is a good as it looks. Trust me! If you're looking for unique pastoral charm, personality and hospitality look no further. A.T. and Christy were great hosts and the farm fresh breakfast was fantastic. A.T. even took time to show us his amazing woodshop. The nice thing about coming in late September is that we were able to enjoy the first fall colors and still gather a nice bouquet of wildflowers during our little hike down to the creek, and Christy sent us home with some just-picked apples. Loved it!