Just Far Enough Getaway is a private 3-bedroom/2 bathroom vacation rental house on a 20-acre Christmas tree farm in rural Hampshire County, West Virginia (just below the Eastern Panhandle/45-minutes west of Winchester VA).
The house features a fully-equipped kitchen, eat-at counter plus dining table, furnished deck with gas grill, TV with satellite service, DVD-player, wireless internet, washer & dryer, all linens are provided. Electric heat (plus a wood stove with front opening and screen to use like a fireplace for winter enjoyment), window air conditioners, ceiling fans. Master bedroom has queen bed, private bathroom with shower and TV. 2nd bedroom has double bed and shares bathroom with tub with 3rd bedroom, which has twin beds. Living room has queen sleep-sofa.
Located 4 miles from US Rt 50, on a paved road. 2-1/2 hours from downtown DC, 1 hour from Cumberland, MD, 25 minutes from historic Romney and The Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad. 10 minutes to Ice Mountain National Natural Landmark. 20 minutes to Fort Edwards Visitor Center (French & Indian War interpretive site).
Quiet, relaxing, comfortable and affordable. A good base for many day trips in region (several state parks: Canaan Valley, Blackwater Falls, Lost River, Cacapon and Berkeley Springs State Parks; plus Dolly Sods Wilderness Area, Smoke Hole Caverns, Seneca Rocks and Seneca Caverns, the C&O Canal/Paw Paw Tunnel, and George Washington National Forest), Golf available at several courses within 1-hour drive. Also a good location for small family reunions, gatherings with college pals, and other groups of friends.
Our base rate covers the first two guests. Each guest thereafter (over 12 years of age) is a modest additional fee per night. Local lodging taxes and state sales taxes (9%) and the FlipKey fee are included in your total.
We live across a wide lawn--near enough to be handy but far enough away to afford you plenty of privacy. Just Far Enough Getaway is along a quiet paved road and has plenty of parking.
we were invited the first night there by the owner, the Gallerys, to attend an outdoor concert performed by the Ronstadts, very enjoyable and met and talked to some great people. the only problem we did have is that the house had and invasion of black ants and could have used a little cleaning of the floors and counters,