Beautiful mountain log cabin with modern amenities located on the Powell River. This home has a spacious kitchen, large dinning table for family meals, and gorgeous stone fireplace made from stone found on the property. The lower level is very private and is perfect for parents, in-laws, or kids. This is a peaceful get-a-way with plenty of fishing, hiking, and kayaking. Just a few minutes from Jonesville, VA, Hwy. 58 and tourist attractions in driving distance. Your home away from home!
“Theresa's cabin is a lovely hideaway close to Jonesville in Lee County. The cabin is very cozy and comfortable with lots of light from the many windows, and a wrap around porch lets you find that perfect spot to relax with a book. The kitchen is well stocked with equipment to whip up just about anything and the jetted tub in the MBA was welcome after a long day of driving. The property is quiet and secluded, with a variety of wildlife to see, and convenient to hike down to the river. If it were warmer, I would have enjoyed kayaking or floating the river, so I'll have to make plans to come back!”
Our family home built in 1969, recently renovated with a taste of the 70's. Peaceful setting tucked back in Cooney hollow!
“Its kind of neat retro type farm house. I actually love the throw back 70s living room and kitchen. Its quiet and peaceful. The wifi is pretty good for being such a rural location i had plenty of bandwidth to stream video for instance. Sandra is nice enough to let her guests use her own netflix and hulu accounts on the tv. Everything is old school and analog which i actually really liked. The house has everything youd expect like dishware cookware, soap, paper towels, etc. 3 rooms with double beds. I will say i prefer a much softer bed all of these were pretty firm just fyi for travellers. Everything was clean and basically as advertised. Its peaceful and quiet and plenty of local wildlife around. I would be glad to stay again.”
Detailed with antique mahogany trim, cherry wood flooring, hand-carved fireplace mantles and housed in a building built in 1890, this historic property has been many things over time. The Inn occupies 1,100 sf over Angelo's in the Gap, an Italian cuisine restaurant with recipes decades old. The Vault Tap House and Pub, showcasing 29 craft and domestic beers, features the original town bank vault, now a walk-in cooler.
“This space was amazing. Lots of history and in a great location. The only note I'd like to leave for future guests is that it is located directly above the bar, so it is pretty noisy. If you have a family like myself this could be tricky, but if you are on a weekend away with your spouse or taking a trip with your friends then this is the perfect place for you! Kevin was incredibly responsive and professional and the restaurant located below the bar was delicious.”