10 Secluded Cabins Tucked Away in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains

December 4, 2017

1. Bailey's Retreat

Just outside the heart of Charlottesville, Bailey’s Retreat offers a rustically restored cabin nestled in the mountains, with an exquisite view of Skyline Drive. 

Relax in Adirondack chairs for a sunset over the mountains or cozy up indoors with an original stone fireplace. For those looking for a sanctuary away from their busy lives, Bailey’s Retreat is perfect — unplugged and serene.

Hike local trails, soak in the view, and find your peace at a secluded property with plenty of nearby tourist attractions (wineries, restaurants, shopping, and coffee shops). 

Location: Charlottesville, Virginia

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2. Blue Ridge Getaway

Nestled in the mountainside with stunning mountain views sits Blue Ridge Getaway’s “Mountain Clouds Cabin.” 

Less than 2 hours outside of DC, the Cloud Cabin is the perfect retreat for folks in the NOVA / DC area.

Aptly named and armed with a hot tub, grill, and wraparound deck this cabin is nestled in Shenandoah National Park, not far from the Appalachian Trail.

The cabin comes with satellite TV, a log fireplace, coffee, and internet.

Location: Rileyville, Virginia

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3. Primland's Golden Eagle Tree House

Primland’s “tree houses” are a wonder to behold. Near the North Carolina / Virginia border, the Golden Eagle cabin features a wrap-around deck with stunning views of the Kibler Valley. 

One of three tree houses, the Golden Eagle cabin has a king-size bed, high-speed internet, and even robes and slippers! It’s safe to say a visit to Primland is an excursion in luxury.

Location: Meadows of Dan, Virginia

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4. Mountain Octagon

This octagonal mountain retreat features exquisite views, hiking trails, and a 2 level deck! With vaulted ceilings and glass walls, the “Mountain Octagon” has a full kitchen, grill, and yes, Netflix.

This rustic retreat has an indoor fireplace, wireless internet, and spectacular views!

Location: West Augusta, Virginia

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5. Buck’s Peak Cabin

For peace and tranquility, Buck’s Peak is a beautiful option for larger groups. It sleeps 10, has a hot tub, and a 55-inch television. For the gamers it’s also got a shuffleboard table, a dart board, and the classic Playstation 1.

Nestled in the mountains with a stunning view, large deck, and a fireplace, Buck's Peak has a beautiful wood interior with plenty to do and plenty of space.

Location: Luray, Virginia

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6. Mountain Top A+ Views

Just outside Luray you’ll find incredible views of the Shenandoah Valley at 2,200 feet of elevation. With a fireplace, WiFi, and a full kitchen you’ll be well equipped for a cozy stay for a couple or a family retreat in the wilderness.

With three decks, rocking chairs, and multiple grills, this house in Luray is an excellent choice for medium-sized groups looking for seclusion, hiking trails, and plenty of outdoor activities!

Location: Luray, Virginia

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7. Yurt in Stanardsville, Virginia

With 58 acres and plenty of walking trails, this round yurt suits 6, has a hot tub, and even a salt water pool. Located just outside the Shenandoah National Park, you’ll find this perfect escape for a romantic getaway or comfortable room for a family.

Other amenities include an indoor fireplace, an HD television, and a Blu-Ray / DVD player.

Location: Stanardsville, Virginia

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8. The Cottage at Spindle Hill Farm

Located in the heart of Nelson County, The Cottage at Spindle Hill is 5 minutes to Wintergreen’s Golf and Ski Resort and in the perfect location for a trip down Nelson’s “Brew Ridge Trail.” 

With hiking, resorts, breweries, cideries, wineries this cottage is the perfect balance of seclusion and activity.

The Cottage is just a hop, skip, and a jump to Devil's Backbone brewery, and not far down the road from Bold Rock Cider, Wild Wolf, and Blue Mountain Brewery.

Location: Nellysford, Virginia

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9. Creekside Camp at Pagoda House

With hundreds of 5-star reviews, the Creekside Camp is a lovely forest getaway in the Blue Ridge Mountains. At an affordable price, this Pagoda is perfect for one person or a couple who’d like to enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest and the DIY practicality of a fire pit and charcoal grill.

Wireless internet is available and hiking is a simple step outside the house. Go for a walk, enjoy the creek, and feel refreshed and renewed in close proximity to nature.

Location: Browntown, Virginia

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10. Cooper's Hawk

The 2nd Primland tree house to make the list, Cooper’s Hawk is another excellent choice for astounding views for 1-2 people. A large studio with a king size bed, high speed internet, and beautiful scenery make Cooper’s Hawk an enticing option for a luxurious outing in Virginia’s mountains.

Step outside onto the deck for a bit of relaxation, soak in the mountain views, or stargaze for a tremendous view of the night sky.

Location: Meadows of Dan, Virginia

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