This charming cottage was once the town barber shop and is over 100 years old. It's a bright and sunny room with light filtering through the original paned glass windows. The kitchen is small but efficient and outfitted with everything you would need to prepare a meal. The bathroom is newly renovated.The queen size bed is made up in high thread count linens and the Ralph Lauren living room furniture with feather & down cushions makes a cozy extra bed.
Park (free) and walk to three highly rated restaurants, including the well known Happy Creek Coffee and bike shop a half a block walk. Spend time in our own shops and galleries or a 10 minute drive will take you to Middleburg or a number of picturesque wineries for tastings. Bring your bikes to roll down country roads or take a nice trail ride at Marriott Ranch. Hike at Sky Meadow in nearby Paris Virginia. Several golf courses within 20 minutes.
The Plains was recently voted "Best Town to Visit" by Blue Ridge Travel and is home to the world famous "Gold Cup Steeple Chase". It's only an hour from DC and one mile off of I-66 but it's a whole new world from the crowds, stress and traffic.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live nearby and own a home furnishings and interior design shop in The Plains, 19 years! We know the area very well as you can imagine. We are available to advise you on where to eat (and NOT!), things to do, places to visit and all things about our area depending on your interests. We can recommend before or during your visit.
No Smoking, pets with approval and cleaning fee of $45.
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I live in The Plains, near Middleburg. My husband and I both have traveled extensively and hope to travel much more with the time we have left on planet earth. Airbnb has made possible traveling and experiencing other cultures much more affordable that traditional options. I have a home furnishings store called Peyton's Place. I'm married to my business partner, Kenny and we have two King Charles Spaniels masquerading as our spoiled children and one horse, masquerading as my therapist.