Nestled in the Appalachian mountains of Virginia
Searching for another way to social distance? This 2-bedroom Southwest Virginia cabin is your getaway. This cabin is in the heart of Appalachia mountains, Ideal for a few nights or a few weeks. Imagine waking up at the crack of dawn, sipping on that perfect cup of coffee, while you gaze at the deer feeding by a majestic water scene. The first light of a new day cutting through the mountain fog, as your listening to a grey squirrel barking out the days instructions, it doesn't get any better. Living like this, you can forget the cares of life for awhile and immerse yourself in the vacation home away from Home.
Imagine the feeling of being tucked away in 20 acres of private and secluded woods, with nothing but nature around you. Stroll down Copperhead road to end up in front of a clear mountain pond with catfish the size of logs. Relax in the double swing under the boat house with a a picnic on the custom built picnic table, able to seat 12 people comfortably. Take a short, challenging hike, to explore Patten's cave... Its all good.
This Fantastic 20 acres with cabin overlooking Creek has a cave, waterfall, springs, incredible wildlife and trails throughout for hiking and riding. Panoramic Views, high bluffs and rolling land down to the meandering creek are just some of the unique features! Explore your own cave, enjoy the wildlife, springs and waterfall! Wonderful cabin offers a great place to unwind. The Appalachians are among the oldest mountains on Earth, They were originally uplifted when the super continent Pangaea was forming. The crashing together of the African tectonic plates with the North American plate caused enormous mountains to rise. At their peak they were likely higher than the Alps or Rockies today, possibly rivaling the modern Himalayas. Erosion during the Age of Dinosaurs wore the Appalachians down to nearly a flat plain, but subsequent uplift allowed rivers to cut valleys into the ancient rock, forming the modern peaks and valleys that characterize the region.
Located near the town of St Paul, there's plenty of hiking and horseback riding. With miles of off road ATV trails winding around the mountains and streams of Southwest Virginia that will keep you busy for days. Rentals are available, so click on the button below for instructions on how you can lock in your preferred dates.
If your looking for organized cave tour with electric lights, staircases and guides, this is not for you. The trail to access the cave is not easy, you will encounter a 1/4 mile hike that will take you through a shallow creek and some above average hill climbing, But once you reach Patton's Cave, you are free to explore (on your own) formations that have existed for millions of years. If you have never had water directly from the mountain, you are in for a treat. This alone is worth the Trip.