ผู้เข้าพัก 15 คน
Historic antebellum home, 66 acres located on the James River 25 minutes from Appomattox Courthouse. Home of Samuel Walker, Field officer 174th Regiment VA Militia, brother of Col. Benjamin Walker. Majestic oaks, log tobacco barns, slave cemetery.
Original chestnut log home built in the mid-1700s with an addition mid-1800's. 9 fireplaces, 5 porches, brick patio with sun umbrella, brick summer kitchen, surrounded by majestic oaks and original outbuildings including 2 log tobacco barns. Private, long driveway, peaceful. 25 min to Lynchburg, 1 hour to Charlottesville. 4500+ square foot home with plaster walls makes every room private.
Explore waterfalls on the bordering Wreck Island Creek and walk down to the James River.
Slave cemetery and original outbuildings. Outside firepit, separate summer kitchen, full kitchen, all linens, charcoal grill, screened porches.
Will greet you at arrival. Able to provide concierge services, have groceries or supplies there upon request and for additional fee. Contact numbers to call if any questions during your stay.
1 king bed, 4 queen beds, 5 twins and 2 couches. Full kitchen with 2 ovens. Two living rooms, large dining room with table that comfortably seats 10 adults. Able to add a rollaway cot and/or 2 queen air mattresses for additional sleeping spots upon request. Summer kitchen restoration to be complete by July 2017.
Close all livestock gates behind you on a walk to the James River so you don't let the cows out!
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.