This beautiful log vacation home was completed in 2003 and has been photographed for national magazines! It features 3 bedrooms and 3 baths, amazing views of the Shenandoah Valley and can accommodate from 1 to 8 people. The master suite located on the main level features a king size log canopy bed and private bath with whirlpool tub. The bunkroom located on the second level, features 2 queen beds and 1 twin bed and a private bath with skylight. The third bedroom is located on the lower level and features a queen size log canopy bed and private bath. There is also a finished Rec-room with a lower level stone and log outdoor living and dining room with grill, dining set, sofa, coffee table and two chairs all overlooking amazing views. A screened porch with fireplace, an outdoor hot tub, gourmet kitchen, beautiful furnishings and luxurious appointments throughout complete the picture. This home is by far one of the most luxurious rental properties in the Shenandoah Valley - perhaps Virginia!
Mystic Pines was the model "show home" for a green build and design homebuilding firm by the name of MY GREEN COTTAGE from 2007-2010.
It has hosted several off site planning sessions and corporate retreats for small to medium sized management teams who want to get away from the office and the interruptions of the day to day work week. It is over 3200 square feet on three levels.
It was also the featured cover story for Log Home Living magazine in the fall of 2008 and has been featured in the Tour of Homes in the Shenandoah Valley.
|Zip Code: 22610|
|Nearest Airport||Dulles||60 miles|
|Nearest Bar||Pavemint||15 miles|
|Nearest Restaurant||Element||15 miles|
Things To Do:
- Scenic limousine rides or winery tours from your front door
- Hikes to hidden waterfalls and scenic vistas
- Walk to hiking in The George Washington National Forest
- Swimming in river near property
- Canoeing and rafting (5 minutes)
- Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive and Skyline Caverns (all 12 minutes)
- Historic Main Street, Front Royal (15 Minutes)
- Hot air balloon rides, airplane and glider rides (15 Minutes)
- Main Street Luray (20 minutes)
- Luray Caverns (20 minutes)
- Wineries (20-40 Minutes)
- Massanutten 4 Seasons Resort (60 minutes)
Additional Amenities Include:
- 2 Fireplaces
- Central A/C
- Coffee Maker (both drip and K-Cup)
- Serving Dishes
- Viking 6 burner stove / oven
- Nintendo Game Boy
- Linens and towels are not provided; but pillows and blankets / duvets / comforters are available.
|-||Nightly rate||Weekly rate||Monthly rate||Min. Stay||Change-over|
|Rate summary||$295 - $350||$1,850||-||2 Nights||-|
|09-Apr-2018 - 09-Apr-2020||$295||$350||$1,850||-||2 Nights||-|
|State & Local Tax||Required||10%||One time|
Jim, thanks for the use of your beautiful log home last week. As a minister, it is great to get away from the office with my team to do planning for the coming year. This is the third time we have held our off site planning session here and it was the best planning session ever!
Stayed March, 2018
V Team was here! We are 8 friends from Canada who come here every year for spring cycling training camp. The hills here make if a perfect cycling venue. What a great cabin. The hot tub and the views of the mountains were spectacular. Highly recommend doing the DownRiver Canoe company just down the road. Thanks for sharing this piece of paradise and creating a warm and welcoming environment!
Stayed April, 2017
This is our second stay at Mystic Pines. This year we decided to celebrate Christmas here. The view of the mountains are spectacular and you can actually see the Shenandoah River from the deck. We love cooking together in your spectacular kitchen. The hikes up the mountain from your driveway were great. We will definitely be back to Mystic Pines...thank you for sharing your beautiful home!
Stayed December, 2016
We had a wonderful girls' weekend...we are all sorority sisters from college. We enjoyed the serenity and beauty of the views from your deck. The hot tub was a plus. Thanks for sharing your beautiful home. We will be back.
Stayed February, 2013