This is a 3 level country home with a wrap around deck and front screened in porch off the main floor. Guests are not allowed to access the 3rd level (basement). Adults including guests (16yrs and older). No smoking inside home.
“Thurman is an unbelievable host and the excellence of our stay was beyond known measurement. Absolutely incredible.”
Our place is on Kerr Lake, 10 minutes from Clarksville, VA, and 20 minutes from Oxford, NC. Longwood Park ( is 5 min away with a sandy beach), Occoneechee State Park, and Rudds Creek Campground are all close by with boat ramps, hiking, fishing, swimming and more. You’ll love our place because of the views, the location, and water access.. You can park your boat at our dock. Our place is great for couples, solo adventurers, fishermen and small families.
“My husband and I had a wonderful weekend getaway without the kids. We kayaked, paddle boarded, sat by the lake and relaxed. The apartment was as described and the game room was awesome. We spent our evenings playing pool and foosball. It was very quiet and the hosts left little snacks in the fridge and little supplies in the bathroom that we forgot and ended up needing. Having linens supplied was great! The hosts helped us get the kayak set up along with life jackets and paddles. They were available if we needed them and provided some great dinner recommendations. We would love to come back again!”
Perfect for fisherman or a quiet getaway in this lakefront 2-bed, 2-bath Clarksville, VA home. The home offers a private dock where you can launch your boat or use our canoe to enjoy year-round fishing and boating. Explore the quaint town of Clarksville, just 10 minutes away by water or road. Pet friendly. This Clarksville lake house is the perfect retreat for couples, small families, and fishermen. *NOTE: This home has spotty cell service and no WiFi or cable*
“We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. There were only two of us, so we mostly stuck to one floor (though the basement laundry did come in handy). Everything was clearly marked, and there was a binder with helpful local tips. The place was cute and clean. We stuck to frozen microwave meals/eating out, but the kitchen seemed to have everything you'd need to cook on your own. We also appreciated the location: close enough that it was a quick drive to restaurants or the grocery story, while far enough out of town to enjoy the peace and darkness at night. As urban dwellers, we particularly enjoyed the opportunity to use the fire pit. We brought our own logs; there was plenty of usable wood and kindling there if we hadn't.”