A fully-modern log cabin with the following:
First floor bedroom: Sleeps 3 with one twin and a trundle–2 twins/King
2nd floor Master bedroom: Sleeps 2 with Queen
2nd floor Small bedroom: Sleeps 2 with two twins
Dorm area: 2 sets of bunk beds, sleeps 4 youth; also double sleep sofa
Cottage: Sleeps 1-2 with futon
- 2 baths and a composting toilet at the cottage
- Fully equipped kitchen, living and dining room
- A large covered deck overlooking the Shenandoah River Valley and beyond
- River access a short hike away (we do not have boats), and a pond on-site
- Plenty of space for camping in your own tent
- Satellite internet connection
Accommodates 8 comfortably, stretches to 13 (if including some youth guests) with dorm space and guest cottage – Guests bring only bed linens, towels & food
The Cabin is a 1300 square foot two-story log cabin built in 1985.
The Retreat Cabin has central airconditioning and forced air heating, as well as a fireplace for additional heat.
The dining room comfortably seats eight people.
The living room has a fireplace, a cathedral ceiling, and comfortably seats about twelve people.
The kitchen is fully equipped with microwave, electric stove, refrigerator.
The kitchen also has a dishwasher, as well as a washer and dryer.
The upstairs bedroom sleeps up to 3 wit a queen size bed, twin pull-out and a large closet.
The second upstairs sleeps 2 with two twins and a lovely view of the Shenandoah Valley.
The downstairs bedroom sleeps 3 with one twin and a trundle–2 twins/King
The writer’s cabin out back has an airconditiioner, heater, and a double bed. It also has a deck and composting toilet (not shown). It sleeps 3 with Double futon, twin pull-out.
The cabin’s large back porch offers a panoramic vista view of the Shenandoah River and Valley.
The pristine, spring fed pond is a two minute walk from the cabin and is 20 feet deep at center.
Take the oars to steer the swimming dock to the middle of the pond, and jump in. The pond straddles land owned by StillPoint and the Rolling Ridge Foundation.
The cabin is a one-minute walk from the Ridge to River Trail. This trail is maintained by the Appalachian Trail Club and runs from the Crescent Rock scenic overlook at the top of the Blue Ridge mountain down to the Shenandoah River.
You are just a one minute walk to the Rolling Ridge 1400-acre wilderness preserve, home to five mountain steams and cascading waterfalls. This waterfall is just a 15 minute hike from the cabin.
The cabin is within a quarter mile easy walk to the Shenandoah River. The cabin’s lot is bordered on two sides by Rolling Ridge Foundation land.