A short drive to fun art, spa, shopping, and restaurant-filled Berkeley Springs, Cacapon Park golf, lake, and trails, and White Tail ski slopes and tubing, the five-bedroom loghome is cozy, comfortable, secluded, and surrounded by wild trees, rocks, and nature.
“Staying at Susan’s house in the woods is a perfect experience for a family getaway, and to disconnect from living in a big city. The house is secluded from even the neighbors so you get perfect peace and quiet, with just the sounds of birds and an enchanting wind chime on one of the balconies. The house layout was super comfortable for everyone to spread out and do their thing, or to gather to spend time together. We played pool, we watched movies in the living room, we sat in the jacuzzi on the balcony at night, we drank coffee on all the available seating inside and outside, we grilled meat. Eight days felt too short. Susan has thought of everything for the house. The kitchen is stocked with salt, sugar, pepper, oil, as well as many electric appliances - any emergency supply you’d need in a pinch you’d find there. Same for the bedrooms and bathrooms. It felt like being home. Thank you Susan for the amazing experience, it was exactly what we were searching for. We were constantly amazed at how thoughtful everything was.”
Horizon Hill is a beautiful log home in Berkeley Springs, WV. Less than 2 hours from DC & Baltimore. Great for couples, families, and groups. Large three level deck with hot tub to enjoy the amazing mountain views. Warm up to next to the fire place at night. Nicely decorated and equipped with Wi-Fi, cable TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime & fully stocked kitchen for cooking. Only 2 minutes to Cacapon State Park and 15 minutes (easy drive) to Berkeley Springs.
“This was a very private place to spend a week in the West Virginia hills. There were gorgeous views out of most of the windows--I can only imagine what fall would be like! Sooo close to Cacapon and the trails there. Also, horseback riding is close with one stable in the park and a private stable just across the VA state line. The extensive outdoor living space was perfect for enjoying the summer nights and listening to the sounds of the woods around you. We had a full house of 6 and didn't feel crowded at all. Lots of movies to choose from, if that's what you're looking for in the evenings, as well as plenty of games to choose from. Great place to relax and disconnect without being totally "unplugged."”
LRM is a modern prefab cabin previously featured in Dwell Magazine - a treehouse, really. set into the side of a wooded ridge, with a wall of glass extending nearly its entire length. It’s the perfect balance between a secluded getaway and all the comforts of home.
“We were looking for a secluded, wooded, mountain or mountain-adjacent retreat for a few days, and Sharon’s place not only didn’t disappoint — it dazzled. The space would be great for one couple, or two couples with or without kids. Great separation of space between upstairs and downstairs. Great lounging spaces, between the media room downstairs, the living room upstairs, and the expansive deck where you can sun yourself and listen to the frogs, cicadas, crickets. Didn’t have a chance to try the hot tub, but the fireplace is clutch and we used it every night. We saw deer, wild peacocks, and a wolf — quite the welcoming committee. (All well-behaved!) Best of all, besides the touches for comfort, the decor is faithful to the cabin’s mid century modern aesthetic, from the coffeemaker to the dishes to the furniture to the Twombly artwork. Quick and beautiful drive from DC.”