These Virginia glamping rentals make for an amazing fall trip
When luxury and nature meet, glamping is the result. Across NoVA and around the Commonwealth, there are amazing options for glamping, where you can rent a luxury cottage or dome and get in touch with nature without spoiling your manicure-pedicure.
Rental of small houses
The small movement is sweeping the country, but finding a place to permanently park your smaller than average home has proven to be a challenge in this woodland. If you’re determined to get on the move, maybe a temporarily reduced experience in the Shenandoah Valley will scratch your little itch.
Rental of mini-houses near Shenandoah National Park are equipped with free Wi-Fi and can accommodate up to three people, and include heating, air conditioning, and a shared bathroom. Outside, a picnic table, chairs and a grill await you.
This site in Syria offers two luxury cabins on a private 20-acre plot. With views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, these cabins are perfect for fly fishing enthusiasts.
Leather club furniture and 17-foot-high domed ceilings along with a full kitchen and game table leave plenty of space and plenty to do for those who may not be anglers. line. If the weather is not good for fishing, you can tie flies as you like.
If a yurt is what you are looking for, take a trip to Williamsburg, where you find a yurt large enough for four adults and two children. It includes a queen-size bed, linens and a futon if you are invited.
Although there is no bathroom or kitchen, they are within walking distance. However, the yurt has heating and air conditioning, as well as a fridge and microwave.
If you want to hang out with deer and bears in private woods, then a villa should suit your glamp direction. A “southern style” villa nestled in 27 acres of private woodland should meet your needs.
This place is furnished with rustic looking carved wood furniture, deer heads and lots of interior stone. There is a full kitchen and room for eight who can enjoy a sauna and steam room before cooking organic smores over the log fire.
In southern Virginia Beach, this luxury dome, just steps from Sandbridge Beach, comfortably sleeps ten in king, queen and twin beds.
The geodesic dome has three floors connected by a spiral staircase with interior balconies on the third floor. The living room on the second floor includes a living room and a kitchen. The ground floor has a bathroom, an outdoor shower and enough space for the children to relax.
In Luray, this restoration 1850s farm can accommodate six people in two bedrooms. There is also a separate cabin which can accommodate two additional people.
Upstairs, find a full bathroom with bathtub, as well as a powder room with washer and dryer. The outdoor barbecue doubles as a grill or fireplace, and there’s room to watch Netflix on Apple TVs. The host provides towels, soap and shampoo.
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