The Little SchoolhouseThe Little Schoolhouse is a charming, 1800’s home that once served as a one-room schoolhouse and is now on the National Historical Registry. Nestled within feet of Rocky Marsh Run this fully remodeled, quaint one-bedroom, one-bathroom home has all of today’s modern conveniences with the charm of the 1800’s. The home is conveniently located 4 miles from downtown Shepherdstown, half a mile from the Potomac River, 5 miles from the C&O Canal and 8 miles from Antietam National Battlefield.
Oak Hill Private Suite Historic North EndNewly renovated private suite in near-100 year old home only 1.5 miles from town center. Welcoming neighborhood of architecturally diverse homes inspired by the Garden City Movement of early 20th C. Near Interstate 81 and 70, Museum of Fine Arts, Whitetail Ski Resort, Antietam, Gettysburg, Frederick, C&O bike trails, wineries and outlets. Great for overnight travel or conferences, Maryland International Film Festival, Blues Fest, Suns (A) baseball and family reunions. Breakfast. Private parking.
Cozy West Virginia TreehouseThanks for checking out our treehouse! It’s 4 minutes from downtown Shepherdstown and 15 minutes from downtown Harpers Ferry. We are excited to share it with other fun-loving folks! The treehouse has heat and AC, a tiny kitchen with a mini fridge, stove top, toaster oven, gravity-fed sink and kitchenware. There’s a bathhouse built on the back of the host’s home with a conventional toilet and shower. There’s also an outhouse with a light and essentials. We provide wood for the fire pit also.
The bus is just a 4 minute drive to Shepherdstown and 15 minute drive to Harpers Ferry. There’s a fire pit near the bus and a wood stove in the bus if you prefer to use it, however the heaters work fine to keep the bus warm. We provide firewood also. There’s an air conditioner for warm days as well. The bathhouse is on the back side of the host’s house and is about a 30 second walk from the bus.
From the top of Sidling Hill Mountain in Morgan County, West Virginia, gaze down 1200 feet at the Potomac River and floating clouds as you enjoy this charming secluded log cabin. Just minutes away from Berkeley Springs, West Virginia and close to Washington DC, Baltimore, and Pittsburgh. A perfect get-a-way for a romantic week-end, for nature lovers, or for a solo retreat. The back deck faces west so you can enjoy fantastic sunsets as well as the wildlife, mountains, valley, and Potomac River.
Our little cottage is secluded and amazingly quiet. Overlooking our pond and surrounded by woods, it is beautiful year round. Soak and rejuvenate in our Hot Tub, Kayak and swim in the pond, or light up the fire pit. A separate bedroom and a kitchen/common room fully equipped. Solar powered. Huge deck, miles of trails, tree house, and many unique features!
Sitting atop a hill on 23 acres at historic Fairview Farm, Circa 1737, the newly built cottage is surrounded by pasture, organic gardens, history & overlooks the Harpers Ferry Gap. We are just a few miles from Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, Shepardstown & the Hollywood Casino, the Appalachia trail, the Shenandoah & Potomac Rivers, and many historical sites. Start your day watching the sun rise from the deck and sunsets from the porch. We are taking extra precautions sanitizing between guests...
Our cabin in the treetops is the perfect place to rest, work remotely, or use as a basecamp for exploring the surrounding area. Our aesthetic is modern eclectic. We do our best to use only chemical and cruelty free products that are ethically and sustainably sourced. The cabin has all of the modern conveniences including a brand new eco-friendly hot tub with epic views, high speed internet and chromecast for streaming your connected devices.
Located just steps away from Dam #4 on the C&O Canal / Potomac River. ( C&O mile marker 84.6) Perfect for a getaway or romantic weekend. You can hike/bike the C&O Canal, bring your kayak/canoe, fish or swim in the river. Sit on the porch and listen to the rumble of the water falling over the dam. Local lore is this was the home of a canal lock keeper or the gate house keeper. For history buffs, there was an attemped crossing of Lee's Army here at the dam. NOT A PARTY HOUSE!!
Tired of the chaos and need a place to unwind and relax ? We have the perfect place for you! A quaint, quiet cabin to let you clear your mind and spirit after a day of hiking, biking or kayaking since we are only five miles from both the Paw Paw tunnel and the Potomac river. The cabin is equipped with electric, heating, stove top, microwave, large deck, hammock chairs, horseshoe pit, 2 double size futons with lots more room to spare, indoor toilet but BEST of all is showering outside!
This fabulous stone cottage sits on a hill behind the main house on a secluded, historic farm on the Potomac River, and has one of the prettiest stretches of the C&O Canal possible, a mere three minute walk away. Old growth trees send sunbeams through the trees nearly every afternoon make it a magical place. Guests can rent 2 kayaks for river use and can arrange to search the property for Native American Indian artifacts which abound, as well as just enjoy stunning scenery and tranquility.
The Antietam Toll House is a recently remodeled historic property built in 1800 on the bank-head of the Antietam stream, complete with a private fishing hole. The property is partially fenced and located at the end of a private drive. Secluded in nature, this Cabin is the perfect place for an artist retreat, a break from the city or a base from which to explore the historic and natural gems of the area. Wineries, Appalachian trail, Antietam and Gettysburg battlefields and Ski Liberty nearby.
This a sweet 2 bedroom bungalow. Ideal for lovers, or a quiet beautiful environment for a retreat. Rooster has 1 full bath. Living room with satellite TV, wood burning stove fireplace, wood provided , fully equipped kitchen, dining table, linens and paper goods furnished. Large deck looking out on Cacapon Mountain. Hot tub off master bedroom deck in trees, feels like a tree house. Most mornings a mist rises up from river, about half mile away as crow flies, access point about a mile.
Our historic C&O Canal house charmingly renovated. The original 1790 log house, with 1857 additions, was recently updated with modern amenities, while retaining its historic charm. Operated since 2019 as a very successful AirBnB (earlier guest reviews did not fully transfer during re-listing). Multiple outdoor venues on the extensive grounds. Property borders the C&O Canal and the towpath, mile marker 81 and Taylors Landing boat launch on the Potomac River (seasonal river views from property).