Farm cabins near Boones Mill

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Way Up Acres and Lodging

14 sites · Lodging, Tents50 acres · Union, WV
Way Up Acres and is a 50 acre farm. You'll love meeting all the farm animals and seeing all the beautiful views around you. If you like hiking you have plenty of room to roam around and hike our mountain. The stars and firefly's are amazing at night. We have a country store open with a variety of things to meet your needs. Also now open is our made to order Snack Bar for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are some baked goods and fresh eggs available for purchase also. WIFI is very limited and only available in game room below main house. If you're looking to get away from everyday life, this is the place for you.
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Cabins at Skipwillow Farm

2 sites · Lodging19 acres · Floyd, VA
Learn more about this land: Welcome to the cozy creek-view cabin, tucked away on our small dairy goat farm. This charming spot is perfect for a getaway near the Blue Ridge Parkway! About the Property: Our quaint cabins sit on the rolling hills of our nearly 20 acre farm, where a creek sits at the base of the property leading to Little River. We are about 20 minutes away from the Appalachian Mountains and Blue Ridge Parkway. There are plenty of opportunities to go hiking on and around out property, Little River allows for paddling and floating, you can go swimming and enjoy the outdoors - there is truly something for everyone! There are farm animals on the property, and we encourage you to enjoy some farm fresh eggs from our chickens! The property is also a quick 10 minute trip into town - the musical and artistic Floyd, VA - where you can find a grocery store and some restaurants as well.  We hope you'll enjoy the peaceful setting, overlooking onto the creek, and our farm animals as much as we do! About the Listings: Creek View Cabin: The cabin has a cozy bed that sits in the lofted space (you will need to climb up a set of ladder steps to reach the bed), and a couch option on the ground level for sleeping accommodations. There is a unique cabin shower, a composting toilet, well and tap water available for campers, a wonderful Solo stove for you to build a fire and to cozy up near, and a picnic table for enjoying a bite to eat! A deck sits right outside the cabin that overlooks the creek, and will be private for you during your stay.  We welcome your pets, just please ensure they are on a leash since there are other farm animals on the property.  While the cabin is the only one on our property, and somewhat private, you may see the Hosts in passing on the farm.  Additional Details to Note: - Check in is after 4pm and check out by 10am - You can stay connected if you'd like to, as cell reception is available on our property. The cabin does not have wifi. Feel free to unplug during your stay though! - This spot is family friendly, so feel free to bring the kids and furry friends if you'd like! - Fires allowed only in the Solo stove Please feel free to reach out with any questions and we look forward to your stay! Spring Side Cabin: The goal of our cabin is to give guests an up-close view of life on a farm :). The cabin is on the edge of our active family farm, and directly beside the dairy goat barn. We have a small herd of miniature goats you are welcome to visit with - chances are, they'll reach their heads over the fence for a pet :). Our livestock dog lives with the goats, and you will hear her bark. (We provide ear plugs in case of night time barking). The goats love visitors, so please let us know if you want to take part in the farming, or just give treats :). We are also happy to have our guests take part in some of the farm activities. Bring your sense of adventure, but please do not book if you will be bothered by goat sounds, a dog barking or rooster crowing! We want you to be happy wherever you stay! The cabin has a driveway to the front door and is accessible by 3 stairs onto the porch. It's perfect for relaxing after a day of exploring and listening to the quiet sounds of the country. We have found that our guests are interested in having some local amenities available upon check-in. We love to make our guests comfortable, so have put together a variety of packages for you to select from upon confirmation of reservation. (If you'd like to see the packages ahead of time, please just send us a message here). There is NO SMOKING on the property, inside or outside. On the main level of the cabin, you will find a kitchenette (compact oven, microwave, coffee pot, refrigerator and sink), dining/living area, the bedroom and bathroom. There is also a loft with an additional full size bed, accessed by a sturdy ladder. Please note that the cabin is on the edge of the woods, and you may encounter wildlife while here :).
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Jack's Run, Glade Hill, VA

1 site · Lodging250 acres · Glade Hill, VA
Relax in this rustic, private, farmhouse cabin with full amenities and access to a private pool, tennis courts, fire pit, and restored barn. Located on a large farm and surrounded by rolling hills, creeks, open fields, and woods, the cabin is an ideal private get-away nestled in the Blue Ridge foothills. The cabin is an authentic, historic structure, made of hand hewn logs, but with modern conveniences. 15 minutes from Smith Mountain Lake, the area offers swimming, hiking, kayaking, and fishing. We’re also 15 minutes from Rocky Mount, Virginia, and 40 minutes from Roanoke. You will have the site entirely to yourself. Hosts are available if needed but honor your privacy.
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W.T. Farm?

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents300 acres · Union, WV
What makes W.T. Farm special is the diversity of textures of the landscape. We have great mountain top views, as well as, a deep holler with cliffs, rock outcroppings, and waterfalls. The fields are full of fruit and nut trees and there are 5 ponds. Each of these supports its own flora and fauna. I acquired stewardship of this land 35 years ago and have developed perennial orchards wherever possible. I started with pears and have branched out into pawpaws, apples, persimmons, currants, black walnuts etc. and I boast that I planted the first commercial hickory oil orchard in the world. I am an eccentric horticulturalist and graft cultivar varieties onto existing trees like oaks, hickories, black walnuts, and even the maligned invasive honeysuckle, autumn olive and multiflora rose. Just last year I bought an adjoining farm that opened up 50 acres of more orchard planting. It is on top of the mountain and offers an expansive view of the valley and ridge system that defines our region. Funny thing is that because the land between the old farm and the new farm is divided by cliffs in the holler the only way to get from one to the other is a 12 minute drive or vigorous hiking. On this new land is a historic log cabin I am renovating that is said to be one of the original settler's cabin on the mountain. Because of the amount of tree fruit I grow and the varied landscape, there is a rich diversity of birds and animals to be seen. One of my favorite walks is along the cliffs to the top waterfall where there is a sweet wading pool. I have also built a number of ponds and four of them are quite swimmable. One has a dock and is where we spend much summer time refreshing and frolicking. The farm is also a small (very small) licensed farm winery and we make and sell traditional hard cider from our apples and pears. Our cider can be purchased along with our nut oils and flours and other farm produce you may not be familiar with. We live to eat. Coming here is a gastronomical adventure! I run the Acornucopia project from here and from it we are developing a foragers network that would very much suit the lifestyle of hipcampers. We pay foragers for wild nuts they gather. Also often there is an opportunity to work on the farm harvesting and processing food. Let me know if that is something you would like to do. Treely Yours, Bill
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Remote cabin in the woods, Floyd VA

1 site · Lodging48 acres · Check, VA
Learn more about this land:Rustic cabin with a loft, electricity, wood burning stove, no running water. There is an out house. Located in the gorgeous blue ridge mountains, pond, hiking, wildlife, working farm, and lots of natural beauty!
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Spring Valley’s Tiny House

6 sites · Lodging600 acres · Moneta, VA
Spring Valley Farm was established in 1980 by Mr.Simmons and his wife. Since then they have two thriving herds of cattle, raised countless piglets, and rehomed many horses to their forever homes. Though Mr & Mrs.Simmons are still alive; his son Chad Simmons, and his wife Michelle Simmons, run the business.
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Black Water Junction Farm

1 site · Lodging75 acres · Union Hall, VA
Our farm is a special place close to Smith Mountain Lake, The Pavilion at Black Water Junction wedding venue, Black Water Junction Wake Park and yet far enough away to enjoy the quiet. The stars are amazing on a clear night. The peace and quiet are so relaxing. Our night life here is sitting on the porch listening to the crickets hoping to see a shooting star.
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If you're looking for a camping experience that combines the comfort of a cabin with the charm of a farm, Hipcamp offers over 400 options near Boones Mill, Virginia. With an average price of $49 per night and options as low as $20, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your budget. Top campsites in the area include Wilderness Adventure (235 reviews), Magic at Galleywinter (108 reviews), and Gittn' Pickled Appalachian Trail (101 reviews). Popular amenities such as trash, showers, and toilets are available, while activities like swimming, climbing, and surfing are a great way to explore the farm terrain. Book your cabin and farm camping adventure now!

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