Découvrez des logements pour Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival - 43rd Annual sur Airbnb

Découvrez des logements pour Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival - 43rd Annual sur Airbnb

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Logements près de Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival - 43rd Annual

Logements près de Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival - 43rd Annual

Logements près de Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival - 43rd Annual

Logements près de Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival - 43rd Annual
*We are only hosting long-term stays of 6 nights or more. We are willing to accept shorter stays, depending on the request* Our home is located 30 minutes from Winchester, VA, 30 minutes from Harpers Ferry, WV, and 40 minutes from Hagerstown, MD. We are only 1 mile from Shiley Acres Concert Stage, and are surrounded by several local restaurants and country stores. This location is perfect for anyone who wants access to the city, but would like to relax in the country
Guests have access to a private room with a queen size bed and a private bathroom located across the hall. The bathroom will only be shared if our other room is booked, too. Side note: The couch will sleep two additional people, and the air mattress will sleep one additional person.
We live about 8 minutes from the interstate, in a small neighborhood. Our house is located in the cul-de-sac. Guests will park in our driveway. Additional street parking is available. Several local restaurants and bars are within minutes, otherwise major restaurants are located in the bigger cities.
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

5


Chambres

1

Inwood, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

*We are only hosting long-term stays of 6 nights or more. We are willing to accept shorter stays, depending on the request* Our home is located 30 minutes from Winchester, VA, 30 minutes from Harpers Ferry, WV, and 40 minutes from Hagerstown, MD. We are only 1 mile from Shiley Acres Concert Stage, and are surrounded by several local restaurants and country stores. This location is perfect for anyone who wants access to the city, but would like to relax in the country
Guests have access to a private room with a trundle bed (one twin mattress in bed frame, one twin mattress underneath bed that can be rolled out and set up). The bathroom is private, and will only be shared if our other room is booked, too
We live about 8 minutes from the interstate, in a small neighborhood. Our house is located in the cul-de-sac. Guests will park in our driveway. Several local restaurants and bars are within minutes, otherwise major restaurants are located in the bigger cities
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

4


Chambres

1

Inwood, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Room with trundle bed
Chambre privéeInwood
Room with trundle bed
Prix :17€/nuit
10 commentaires
Superhost
Our cottage is private where guest can relax; Looking to spend some quiet time out of the city. Close to D.C.and the Historic site of surrounding areas. Close to Charlestown Casinos. Our home is right off I- 81 This cottage is Handicap accessible from private parking to shower and amenities. Lovely park like setting shared with our family pets.
Private cottage with full kitchen and handicap accessibility. Very comfortable and quiet. Books ,movies, music CDS, board games.Close to restaurants and area site seeing.
The area is growing fast we see daily changes. More restaurants and shopping. We are located in the upper most corner of West Virginia. Hour and half to D.C. 20 minutes to historic places in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania is half hour down I-81.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Cottage


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Martinsburg, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesman, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended stay). 1 to 6 bedrooms available- priced per bedroom.
This 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 VanMetre 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. 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 VanMetre and his son Isaac David Sylvester VanMetre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley.
This 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!
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

You will have your own Kitchen, bath, bedroom and living space in a 1902 historic home with private entrance. With shared porch and yard. About 1 hour from DC. 2 -3 blocks from downtown Charles Town and 4 to 5 from Hollywood Casino. Visit Harper's Ferry for Tubing or Kayaking and hiking. Antietam battlefield in Sharpsburg, MD. Civil War battle fields , and Shepherdstown, WV excellent little Collage Town. Self Check In Via the Key Code allows for arrival at your convenience anytime after 4pm.
Please read the entire listing description. Historic 1902 Colonial home in Down Town Charles Town. Full kitchen with Kuerig coffee machine, oven, microwave. Cozy Queen size bed, Full bath, sitting area with Cable TV and WIFI Internet.
Walking distance from the center of Town. Driving distance to Harper's Ferry, Antietam battlefield and National Cemetery, The Old Opera House, Summit Point Raceway, Apollo Theater in Martinsburg, Shepherdstown, Charles Town races and slots. Local restaurants pubs.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Suite


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War, French and Indian War, and War of 1812 officers, statesmen, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. The basement level apartment is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, and business travelers (available for extended stay).
The space The apartment in the basement level has a bedroom, a guest room/office with an electric fireplace, living room with big colonial fireplace (non-functioning), bathroom with clawfoot tub/shower, and a kitchen with all amenities and washer and dryer and dishwasher.. It has a queen bed and the living room has a sofa-bed. Historically, the living room in the basement level was a kitchen where the large fireplace was used for cooking. The bedroom is air-conditioned. 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.
This quiet area is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. 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. Medical Center are within a mile from here. A convenience store is about a half-mile from the house.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Appartement


Capacité d'accueil

3


Chambres

1

Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

A quaint room in the country with private entrance, private Bed/Bath a refrigerator and coffee maker. Blocked off from entering into the main house this is a perfect hotel-like room without all the hassle. Located on over 26 acres there are paths to walk on throughout the woods and a private road for walkers or joggers. 7 miles from downtown Shepherdstown, WV. 8 miles from Charles Town, WV and 8 miles from Martinsburg, WV.
We live on a private road with approximately 15 other houses. it is quiet and away from traffic sounds. At night, you can see all the stars. Our little town is beautiful and quiet.
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Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Suite


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Close to 81 N , shopping , and beautiful scenery .
Easy access to the patio , above ground fire pit available as well . Very quiet neighborhood,
Close to the airport , but not noisy at all . Very quiet neighborhood.
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

1


Chambres

1

Martinsburg, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Logements populaires

Logements populaires
Leeland , at 5011 Kearneysville Pike, adjoins Shepherdstown, the oldest town in West Virginia, full of the arts, restaurants, parks and civil war sites. You’ll love Leeland's outdoor space, gardens, historic charm and recent remodeling with HVAC, full kitchen and bath. You are in the country, yet only a stone's throw to downtown Shepherdstown. A romantic retreat for couples, it also could accommodate a young child or two.
Edmund Lee (first cousin to Robert E. Lee) moved to Shepherdstown in 1820 and built a house overlooking the town, and a law office -- now the airbnb rental. After Union forces burned the family home, the 800 sq. ft law office was converted to a dwelling in 1864, and completely remodeled in 2015 for airbnb. It retains its historic charm, with narrow stairs, sloping ceilings upstairs, and low headroom in a couple of places. It sits 900 feet back from the road, amidst 12.5 acres of farmland and gardens.
Leeland is an estate set in farmland, right on the edge of historic Shepherdstown. You have the best of both worlds: a quiet, charming dwelling surrounded by gardens, within walking distance of Shepherdstown's restaurants, shops, music and theater. The Potomac river and C&O canal are barely a mile away, and a little further afield are Sharpsburg/Antietam national park (4 miles); Harper's Ferry national park (10 miles), and other historic sites and lovely countryside.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

3


Chambres

1

Shepherdstown, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Leeland
Maison entièreShepherdstown
Leeland
Prix :86€/nuit
201 commentaires
Superhost
This is our fourth year hosting with airbnb. Butch is a retired teacher, part time pastor & keeps busy with handyman jobs. Beth works full time taking care of Butch.
Charles Town is a historic city founded by Charles Washington, brother to our first president. We are 1 mile from Charles Town Races and Hollywood Casino. Charles Town is in the heart of National Parks related to the Civil War: Harpers Ferry 15 min., Antietam 30 min., Gettysburg 60 min., Frederick 30 min., Chancellorsville @ Wilderness 90 min. and. Fredericksburg 120 min. Hiking available at Maryland and Loudan Heights at Harper's Ferry/Appalachian Trail . Private access to Shenandoah river 3 miles away. Close to Summit Point race course. One block from community park with 1/2 mile walking path and swimming pool.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Appartement


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Thanks for checking out the bus. It has been a joy to meet so many nice people since we listed it on Airbnb. The bus is just a short walk from our house where you can use the bathroom and kitchen if you need. Thanks again!
It's a 1997 school bus, not too long, not too short. There is a sofa, table, woodstove and full bed. There is ambient light and electricity on the bus as well as several candles. It has a wood floor and wood wall siding. It's in a private area of my yard and in the warmer weather there is a deck attached to the bus for relaxing. Aside from the bus, my bathroom is shared and my kitchen can be used also if requested. It depends on what the guest seems to prefer. I have had dinner with guests and taken them on tours of the area, picked them up from the train, given rides, etc. Many guest prefer to just have some privacy in the country and I respect that totally. I also work a lot which can hinder my availabilityon certain days. I live on a country road and my neighbors are like family.
I live on a country road and my neighbors are like family.
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Micromaison


Capacité d'accueil

3


Chambres

1

Shepherdstown, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

We are 5 minutes from Charles Town Races and Hollywood Casino. 10 minutes from Harper's Ferry National Park, white water rafting and fishing on both the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers. Motor sports at Summit Point. 45 minutes from Dullas International Airport and Metro silver line. The space was an inlaw suite so it has everything you need for a short or long stay including laundry. It is attached to our home so we will be available to help. This apartment does have a private entrance.
Quiet country setting. Private entrance. Near Charles Town Races and Hollywood Casino. One hour from D.C. One and a half from Baltimore.
We are surrounded by farms. Mostly horses but also grain. On a quiet night you can hear the corn grow. Only 5 minutes from Charles Town so stores are convenient.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Suite


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Edna's Pad
Suite entièreCharles Town
Edna's Pad
Prix :54€/nuit
43 commentaires
Superhost
Relax and unwind in your own private wing of Rockdale- a historic 1840 farmhouse. Convenient to Shepherdstown, WV and Route 81, this property is ideal for a quiet getaway in the country. Blue room bedroom with kitchenette (no stove) and twin bed in upstairs foyer can comfortably accommodate 3 guests. Private bathroom with shower and tub. Separate, private entrance through large front porch. Parking
Private, cozy bedroom in west wing of historic farm house that comfortably sleeps from one to 3 guests. Private, separate entrance and private full bathroom. Bedroom has full mattress, kitchenette with sink, microwave, toaster oven, coffeemaker, electric kettle, and small fridge, large closet for extended stays, and gas fireplace. Please note -there is no stove in the kitchenette. Separate twin bed available in upstairs foyer for additional guest or child. 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. Please be aware that while we do have internet, service can be unpredictable in the country. We attempt to stay on top of availability, but the internet can stop working for reasons beyond our control. Convenient by car to historic Shepherdstown, Charlestown, and Harpers Ferry. Close to New Route 9 Bike trail.
Shepherdtown 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.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Gîte à la ferme


Capacité d'accueil

3


Chambres

1

Shenandoah Junction, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Less than 10 minutes from the Hospital and VA Center McDonald’s, Best Buy, Target, Sweet Frog and More Minutes from highway 81 Great location for grocery stores, laundry mat, and gas stations Charles Town Races and Slots only minutes away Urgent Care located at The Commons
New 2 level townhouse Near 81 Exit 12
New development near Target, Dicks, and Martins grocery store. Sorry no washer or dryer available for use
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Guest house


Capacité d'accueil

1


Chambres

1

Martinsburg, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Single family home in a cul-de-sac with plenty of parking. Quiet oasis backing to forest and a large deck off living room. Each room provides private and secure deadbolt key access. If you're looking for privacy and not much face-to-face, this property is ideal. Host will meet you at your request for check-in; otherwise, your personal key code number will be provided in check-in instructions.
KG Room on 2nd floor offers a queen-sized (SERTA, hotel quality mattress) bed and shared bathroom. The queen-sized bed comfortably sleeps two. NOTE: This listing is for a private room with a shared bathroom. There are two other private rooms in separate listings - one shares a bath and the other has a private bath within a master bedroom suite.
Quiet and mature cul-de-sac community with access to major highways (Interstate 81). Close to Amazon Fulfillment Center on the WV/VA line and Proctor & Gamble.
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Martinsburg, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Completely private 1 bedroom condo, located in the heart of Historic Downtown Charles Town above the brewery, Abolitionist Ale Works and within walking distance to Hollywood Casino, American Public University, Charles Washington Hall, Jefferson County Courthouse, shopping, bars, restaurants and minutes from Summit Point Racetrack & Border Patrol Training Center and Historic Harpers Ferry and Shepherdstown. Includes Satellite TV, wifi, washer/dryer, AC, Coffeemaker, iron, hair dryer & more.
The space is a renovated completely private apartment in an historic building built in the 1880's that is listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places. The space maintains much of the old original features including original heart pine floors, refinished claw foot tub and sink and original mouldings and wood windows. It has a large master bedroom, with 2 closets, queen size bed and all bedding. Bathroom includes an original claw foot tub with shower, living room includes a sectional couch, tables, closet space and a 47 inch flat screen TV with satellite TV and internet. We have an air mattress on site with electric pump for additional sleeping space. Kitchen includes concrete counter tops, modern cabinets, a range, microwave, coffeemaker with complimentary coffee, double bowl sink, table and chairs, washer and dryer. Every booking gets a complimentary empty growler that can be filled at the brewery below for the refill price.
Located in historic Downtown Charles Town which was founded by Charles Washington, brother of George Washington and includes some of the best restaurants and bars within walking distance. the following are within close walking distance Abolitionist Ale Works Bushel and Peck Organic Grocery The Old Opera House Theater Mash Brewing Co. Paddys Pub Skippers Ice Cream and Deli Mad Monks Coffee Shop Mediterranean Cafe Collins Barber Shop Charles Town Post Office Sumittra Thai Cuisine Grandmas Diner Needful Things CVS Pharmacy Sugar Whipped - cupcakes and coffee Save A Lot Grocery Store (.4 mile walk) Several convenience, antique, boutique and consignment stores We are also very close to Hollywood Casino and Charles Town Races, Summit Point Race Track, American Public University, Border Patrol Training Center and lots of other shopping and restaurants. Harpers Ferry National Park and Northern VA Wine Country is less than a 10 minute drive away. Historic Shepherdstown is a 15 minute drive away.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Appartement


Capacité d'accueil

4


Chambres

1

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Ms Wind's House was built in 1976, and it retains many of the original design elements. From the refinished parquet floors to the avocado green bath tub, if you look for 1976 you will find it. Updates have been performed to merge the new with nostalgia. Ms Wind's House is perfect for a vacationing family or anyone traveling for business. It sits in a country setting, but is close to the city.
Ms Wind is an actual person; Ms Wind is a special person to my family. Because of this, Ms Wind's House is a special place for us. She was very proud of her little red house, and she worked hard to keep it nice. Ms Wind makes the best egg rolls, shrimp stir fry, and Pho in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. For more pictures and history on Ms Wind's House follow @MsWindsHouse on Instagram, or search for #MsWindsHouse on Instagram.
Ms Wind's House is located in a close knit neighborhood where the neighbors know each other by name. If you need anything, or if you are looking for friendly conversation, then don't hesitate to say hello to one of the neighbors. There is a mix of locals and transplants, and any of them can help you navigate the area.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

4


Chambres

2

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Cute and Cozy cottage located in Historic Charles Town with one of the largest trees in Jefferson County. A magical opportunity to see.
The Tree House is 20 minutes to Harpers Ferry and Shepherdstown. Walking distance to Charles Town where you can check out several neat shops and restaurants. Charles Town Horse Races & Slots 5 min away. The Tree House is 20 minutes from VA, MD state line. 💯 great location in a cozy quaint neighborhood with a cute park within walking distance to picnic or swim in the summer. I'll give you hiking tips and best places to eat. Come check out The Tree House 😊
The Tree House is located in the heart of the historic Charles Town near Harpers Ferry (ride bikes on C&O canal), close to the Appalachian Trail, River Riders, Charles Town Races & Slots, Shepherdstown, Two Crows Antique Mall, Antietam Battlefield Park (stop at Nutters Ice Cream), Harpers Ferry Brewery and so much more. This is the perfect spot to be.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

4


Chambres

2

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

The Tree House
Maison entièreCharles Town
The Tree House
Prix :113€/nuit
25 commentaires
Superhost
Your bedroom overlooking the garden with private bathroom awaits you in my serene bungalow in historic Shepherdstown, WV. Enjoy self check-in through your separate entrance and keypad lock. Park your car and walk downtown in five minutes to access all that Shepherdstown has to offer - Shepherd University, restaurants, shopping, pubs, and theatre. Close by: the C&O Canal Tow Path, Potomac River, Harper's Ferry, and Antietam National Battlefields. Bikers and hikers are especially welcome!
- Light-filled, hard-wood floored bedroom with beautiful garden views and private porch; -Deluxe queen-sized platform bed; - Comfy chairs and a table for working or enjoying coffee overlooking the garden; - Closet with shelving for storing clothing; - Keurig coffee maker (and Brita water pitcher) for your first morning cup of coffee; - Newly renovated Moroccan tiled bathroom with over-sized shower and handicapped grip bar; - Personal comfort management with ceiling fan, electric fireplace and baseboard heater; - Notable home, featured as a TV set in Season 1, Episode 2 of "The Ghosts of Shepherdstown," and also used in the series "The Men Who Made America."
Lovely bungalow on a quiet residential tree-lined street in the historic district of Shepherdstown, WV. Five minute walk to downtown.
Type de logement

Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Bungalow


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Shepherdstown, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Charming home in Charles Town furnished by an award winning interior designer with 4 fireplaces, xfinity cable and internet. Huge back yard with outdoor dining and BBQ. Less than a mile from the casino. No pets please.
Wonderful home 2 blocks from down town
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

6


Chambres

3

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

This completely private 2 bedroom suite is located in the heart of downtown Charles Town above the brewery and restaurant, Abolitionist Ale Works and comes with a free growler container to fill at refill price. The unit is walking distance to some of the best shops, restaurants and historic sites the town has to offer. It is also a short drive to Harpers Ferry, Shepherdstown, Hollywood Casino, Summit Point Racetrack and more.
The space is a renovated completely private apartment in an historic building built in the 1880's that is listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places. The space maintains much of the old original features including original heart pine floors, refinished claw foot tub and sink and original mouldings and wood windows. This is a completely private 2 bedroom condo with your own private entrance, nothing in this unit is shared, it is all yours. The space boasts a master bedroom with a queen sized bed, large closet, nightstands, dresser and all new and clean sheets and blankets. The 2nd bedroom has a twin bed with underbed storage with all new bedding and a large closet. The living room has a brand new couch, a foosball coffee table and a 43 inch flat screen smart tv w/internet and netflix and other apps. The kitchen has custom concrete counters, custom cabinets, coffee maker with coffee, all dishware, pub table and chairs and a washer and dryer. The bathroom has a refinished antique clawfoot tub with shower. We leave a free empty growler container for every booking Wed-Sunday that can be filled (for refill cost) in the brewery below.
Located in historic Downtown Charles Town which was founded by Charles Washington, brother of George Washington and includes some of the best restaurants and bars within walking distance. the following are within close walking distance Abolitionist Ale Works Bushel and Peck Organic Grocery The Old Opera House Theater Mash Brewing Co. Paddys Pub Skippers Ice Cream and Deli Mad Monks Coffee Shop Mediterranean Cafe Collins Barber Shop Charles Town Post Office Sumittra Thai Cuisine Grandmas Diner Needful Things CVS Pharmacy Sugar Whipped - cupcakes and coffee Save A Lot Grocery Store (.4 mile walk) Several convenience, antique, boutique and consignment stores We are also very close to Hollywood Casino and Charles Town Races, Summit Point Race Track, American Public University, Border Patrol Training Center and lots of other shopping and restaurants. Harpers Ferry National Park and Northern VA Wine Country is less than a 10 minute drive away. Historic Shepherdstown is a 15 minute drive away.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Appartement


Capacité d'accueil

5


Chambres

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Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Fully renovated apartment in a historic building listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places with all brand new everything. Fully furnished + washer and dryer, w/ new furniture, bed, bedding, towels etc. Unit sits on the third floor above Abolitionist Ale Works, a popular microbrewery and restaurant. Far enough away to not hear the noise from the brewery but close enough to the action. Unit is walking distance to many other great restaurants, bars, shopping and historical landmarks.
This condo has brand new everything while still maintaining the historic charm of the 1800's when it was built. The space boasts antique heart pine floors, new paint, new cabinets, concrete counter tops. Brand new beds, mattress, sheets, blankets, couch, tv, towels, silverware. You name it. Master Bedroom has a brand new queen bed, nightstand, dresser and double door closet. Bathroom has victorian hex tile and an antique clawfoot tub, living room has a brand new couch and tables, and a wall mounted 55 inch 4K flat screen smart tv with satellite, Roku, Netflix, Hulu and other apps. Bedroom 2 has a brand new bunkbed, with under bed storage and a closet. The kitchen has hardwood floors, concrete counters, all appliances, pots, pans, silverware, plates etc + coffemaker with coffee + a washer and dryer. The house also has a pantry and a finished storage area. Iron and ironing board also available.
Located in historic Downtown Charles Town which was founded by Charles Washington, brother of George Washington and includes some of the best restaurants and bars within walking distance. the following are within close walking distance Abolitionist Ale Works Bushel and Peck Organic Grocery The Old Opera House Theater Mash Brewing Co. Paddys Pub Skippers Ice Cream and Deli Mad Monks Coffee Shop Mediterranean Cafe Collins Barber Shop Charles Town Post Office Sumittra Thai Cuisine Grandmas Diner Needful Things CVS Pharmacy Sugar Whipped - cupcakes and coffee Save A Lot Grocery Store (.4 mile walk) Several convenience, antique, boutique and consignment stores We are also very close to Hollywood Casino and Charles Town Races, Summit Point Race Track, American Public University, Border Patrol Training Center and lots of other shopping and restaurants. Harpers Ferry National Park and Northern VA Wine Country is less than a 10 minute drive away. Historic Shepherdstown is a 15 minute drive away.
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Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Sitting atop a hill on 23 acres at historic Fairview Farm, Circa 1737, the newly built cottage is surrounded by pasture, organic vegetable and flower gardens, & history. It overlooks the Harpers Ferry Gap and is within a few miles of Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, Shepardstown & the Hollywood Casino & Racetrack. Hike the Appalachia trail, tube or kayak down the Shenandoah River, or visit the many historical sites within just a few miles. Or walk along Elk Run creek that flows thru our property.
20% off stays of one week or longer. The SUMMER advantages of Fairview Farm go beyond the middle-of-everything location, the flower gardens and sweeping vistas. The perfect family, or me-time get away or romantic destination. Parties of four or less, with a positive review and a completed profile can book automatically. A guest without previous reviews or a completed profile will need to send a request to book. The cottage can sleep up to six people, but parties over four will need to send a request to book. Please look thru photos. The property is beautiful dusted or covered in snow and bursts with color in Spring, Summer and Fall. It is a great destination for photographers or anyone who loves the serenity of a rural setting. Our historic barns, sweeping vistas, gently rolling pastures, and the wildlife, including deer, barn swallows, eagles, blue jays, red cardinals, yellow finches and hummingbirds, ground hogs, red fox, bunnies, and the elusive coyotes that can be heard more than seen all make up life on the farm. Down the small hill is a fire pit surrounded by large rocks and chairs for evening marshmallow toasting. A stack of wood is provided. The main house and cottage sit back from the street more than 1/4 mile so there is a feeling of seclusion without the isolation. During the 4th of July celebration, there is a fantastic view of the fireworks from the side deck of the cottage or the front porch of the main house, where you are welcome to join us. In early spring the farm is planted with non GMO/organic seeds and then tended organically. This season has been very hard with high temps and torrential downpours, but most of the destruction to our gardens have come from bunnies that have moved in to the property and are multiplying like...bunnies. If you sit quietly outside the cottage you are sure to see the little baby bunnies running in and out of the raspberry patch. We have unfortunately lost most of what was planted this 2019 season. There are several organic herbs in my kitchen, and flower gardens. Just ask if you need something for cooking- mint, basil, oregano, rosemary, thai basil. The kitchen is a cook's delight. There is a Keurig, toaster, blender, family size pressure cooker/crock pot and microwave. We've provided a nice set of cookware, and several pieces of Corning Ware that I have collected for years. If guests need a small appliance, such as a rice cooker, ice cream maker, griddle, etc. Please let us know. We have several small appliances that can be brought up to the cottage in just minutes. A large gas grill is also provided on the screened in porch. Please let us know in advance if you intend to use so we can fill a propane tank filled. There is no dishwasher in the cottage. We provide a drying mat and several wood drying racks. In keeping with our organic lifestyle, we use as few chemical cleaners as possible in the cottage. We mainly use vinegar or other cleaners without harsh chemicals. While we do not allow large, unruly parties, we can accommodate families or groups that would like to gather for a home cooked holiday meal at the cottage. We are happy to provide additional pots, pans, serving dishes, a full set of china and tables and seating, as needed. Just let us know. The cottage is furnished with an eclectic mix of high end contemporary furniture and vintage and antique pieces. My mother's and my taste combined into a space that all of our guests have raved about. The cottage was built for my mother in her later years. The Heywood Wakefield mid century bedroom suite in the master bedroom was her wedding gift from my grandparents in the late 1950s. Though she never moved in, all doorways, hallways, and the shower were designed to be wheelchair accessible. There is a 1/4 step to enter the porch, the cottage and the shower. The cottage will be tastefully decorated for holidays including a decorated tree for Christmas. If you, your family or friends are celebrating a birthday, anniversary or holiday we are happy to provide a home baked decorated cake or cookies for an additional fee. You can choose from many flavors, and types including glutton free, dairy free, vegan, or organic. MOST IMPORTANTLY: We welcome everyone! We absolutely do not and will not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, or who you love. We will respect your privacy and only ask you respect our property. This a functioning small farm, surrounded by farms with all the smells, and noises of livestock and tractors. While the evenings are quiet, and the star filled skies, breathtaking, during planting, growing and harvest season work starts at sun up. Please expect a true farm life experience. PROPERTY UPDATE: we were chosen to be the recipient of the largest tree planting along Elks Run by the Conservation Department of WV Forestry. With the help of volunteers, 150 Native trees have been planted along the creek to help prevent erosion. The remaining 150 trees have been planted. "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, & narrow-mindedness... Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men & things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.” - Mark Twain
We are located on the main road that runs between Charles Town and Sheperdstown. There are grocery stores (Aldis, Weiss, and a Giant called Martins) CVS, Rite Aid, Sweetfrog, Home Depot, Kohls, a great nail salon, and several restaurants and fast food joints within 3 miles. All the conveniences of the suburbs, in a rural setting. The cottage is surrounded by farmland pastures. A working dairy farm is across the street and can be seen from the cottage. The pastures of a beautiful 60 acre farm that once bred black angus, backs to our property
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Shenandoah Junction, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Check out our discounted weekday prices! Fully furnished, east/west exposure, private rear yard, adjacent to town, shopping, gym, 2 designated parking spaces. The house is optimally set up for 4 people but we will take up to 6 people. Just keep in mind there is one queen bed and two double beds and only 2 dedicated parking spaces available. Sling Orange & Blue are provided on the app through the 2 smart TV's. There is a smart TV in the living room & basement
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Shepherdstown, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

No Fireworks! This is a primitive camping area with seven camping sites. Beautiful blue spring fed water. Kayaking, paddle boating, canoeing and responsible ATV riders. Fish and have a bonfire. Invite your friends and family for private getaway. Only electric motors are allowed. Panfish, trout, large and smallmouth bass. Weddings: Park can be reserved for private parties. Bring drinking water. Check us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CompoundHistoricNaturePreserve/
There are a lot of things you can do here from birdwatching, family barbecue, wedding venue, boy/girl scout events, walking trail, outdoor cooking classes, larping, non-toxic paintball and etc. Just use your imagination. You are able to rent the entire property consisting of 100+ acres. In addition please enjoy all the primitive camping and trail walking your heart desires. We do have canoes and pedal boats available at low costs. * All activities are at your own risk.
This is a primitive camping area with beautiful blue spring fed water. It can accomodate kayaking, paddle boating, canoeing and responsible ATV riders. You're able to fish and have a bonfire. Invite your friends and family for private getaway. Martinsburg-WV, Charles Town-WV, Harpers Ferry-WV are in close proximity to this private reclusive getaway. *All activities are at your own risk.
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Place de camping


Capacité d'accueil

16


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Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesman, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended stay). 1 to 6 bedrooms available- priced per bedroom.
Cheery 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.
This 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.
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Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

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Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesmen, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended stay). 1 to 6 bedrooms are available- priced per bedroom, deals for families.
Lovely 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.
This 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.
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Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesmen, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended stay). 1 to 6 bedrooms available- priced per bedroom. Special deals for families.
Lovely 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.
This 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 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! 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.
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Maison


Capacité d'accueil

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1

Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

A cozy tower room with queen size bed, marble bathroom. Located in Historic Charles Town is beautifully restored estate, circa 1890 French Provincial style home sited on 2 acres with fountains, Zen garden, old barn with hammocks, jacuzzi, sauna.
Historic Maison du Soleil Retreat is restored historic property built in 1897 with two acres of gardens and fountains.
You will be in the walking distance from nice local restaurants in the historic Charles Town and near two other interesting tourist destinations, Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry WV.
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Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

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Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesman, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended stay). 1 to 6 bedrooms available- priced per bedroom.
A bright and cheerful bedroom adjacent to the first floor bathroom, living room, and kitchen. It has a queen-sized bed and an air conditioner (seasonally). This room was named for the VanMetre family. In 1730 John and Isaac VanMetre 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 VanMetre and his son Isaac David Sylvester VanMetre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley.
This 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 about a half mile to a convenience store with gas station.
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Chambre privée


Type de propriété

Maison


Capacité d'accueil

2


Chambres

1

Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesman, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended stay). 1 to 6 bedrooms available- priced per bedroom. Group deals available.
This paneled bedroom with a full bed on the first floor once functioned as the farm office for the VanMetre'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 VanMetre and his son Isaac David Sylvester VanMetre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley. The recent generations of VanMetres were widely-known for their country ham business.
This 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!
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Maison


Capacité d'accueil

2


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1

Kearneysville, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

Large 1200 Sq Ft Condo in the heart of Downtown Charles Town with 2 full bedrooms each with a recently purchased queen bed. A living room with new furniture and wall mounted flat screen smart tv, kitchen with granite counters and a rear deck overlooking the outdoor patio of Abolitionist Ale Works. Tenants will have complete access to the condo and complete privacy. Each stay comes with a free growler container that can be filled at the refill price at the brewery on first floor.
This is a beautifully renovated large condo in an historic building built mid 19th century and listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places. The unit features original heart pine floors and much of the original trim work. The bathroom includes a refinished antique claw foot tub with Victorian hex tile floor. Each bedroom has a queen bed. The living room has a couch, loveseat and wall mounted flat screen smart tv with satellite TV & Netflix and other app access. Kitchen has granite counters and a washer and dryer and eat in table. Large hallway with amazing large antique glass windows bringing in lots of natural light and an antique furniture set. Rear balcony overlooking the Abolitionist Ale Works courtyard and beautiful foyer area with exposed brick.
Located in historic Downtown Charles Town which was founded by Charles Washington, brother of George Washington and includes some of the best restaurants and bars within walking distance. the following are within close walking distance Abolitionist Ale Works Bushel and Peck Organic Grocery The Old Opera House Theater Mash Brewing Co. Paddys Pub Skippers Ice Cream and Deli Mad Monks Coffee Shop Mediterranean Cafe Collins Barber Shop Charles Town Post Office Sumittra Thai Cuisine Grandmas Diner Needful Things CVS Pharmacy Sugar Whipped - cupcakes and coffee Save A Lot Grocery Store (.4 mile walk) Several convenience, antique, boutique and consignment stores We are also very close to Hollywood Casino and Charles Town Races, Summit Point Race Track, American Public University, Border Patrol Training Center and lots of other shopping and restaurants. Harpers Ferry National Park and Northern VA Wine Country is less than a 10 minute drive away. Historic Shepherdstown is a 15 minute drive away.
Type de logement

Logement entier


Type de propriété

Appartement en résidence


Capacité d'accueil

7


Chambres

2

Charles Town, Virginie-Occidentale, États-Unis

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