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Grist Mill Cabin Overlooking Creek

Cabine entière – hôte : Joan
5 voyageurs2 chambres4 lits1 salle de bains
Logement entier
Vous aurez le logement (cabane) rien que pour vous.
Nettoyage renforcé
Cet hôte s'engage à appliquer le processus de nettoyage renforcé en 5 étapes d'Airbnb.
Arrivée autonome
Vous pouvez entrer dans les lieux avec une serrure à digicode.
Joan est un Superhost
Les Superhosts sont des hôtes expérimentés qui bénéficient de très bonnes évaluations et qui s'engagent à offrir d'excellents séjours aux voyageurs.
Règlement intérieur
Le logement n'est pas adapté aux enfants de moins de 12 ans et il est interdit d'être accompagné d'un animal, d'organiser des fêtes et de fumer.
Cozy romantic couple's getaway repurposed from an historic 18th century water mill. Great for JMU & EMU parents weekend. Perfect for a honeymoon or babymoon!

Covered deck overlooks the picturesque mill and water wheel, providing relaxing sounds from the creek. Located in the ghost village of Moore's Store, now surrounded by orchards and farms. Private yet convenient to wineries, breweries, ski resorts, hiking, caverns and rope adventures.

Le logement
Open concept cabin with three sleeping areas and a large deck to bring the creek sounds in. I raised my daughter here when we had no running water - just electricity. Now grown and with a family of her own, recent renovations were lovingly and imaginatively made to provide a comfortable place when visiting (and entice them to visit granny more often!). Filled with items salvaged from the mill such as grain chutes, mill auger, flour packer, pulleys and timber framing beams made from rare wormy chestnut that make this a creative and unique space to enjoy.

Accès des voyageurs
The mills are on 1.25 acres, with Holman's Creek running through the property, much of which is wooded. The stone gristmill itself is not inhabited but provides a beautiful backdrop to the outside space.

Autres points à prendre en note
The septic system only processes human waste, not food scraps, so no dishwasher or garbage disposal is installed. Food scraps go in the trash, and you will be hand washing any dishes you use.
Cozy romantic couple's getaway repurposed from an historic 18th century water mill. Great for JMU & EMU parents weekend. Perfect for a honeymoon or babymoon!

Covered deck overlooks the picturesque mill and water wheel, providing relaxing sounds from the creek. Located in the ghost village of Moore's Store, now surrounded by orchards and farms. Private yet convenient to wineries, breweries, ski resorts, hi…
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Pour dormir

Chambre 1
1 grand lit
Chambre 2
2 lits simples
Espaces communs
1 lit simple

Commodités

Télévision
Télévision par câble
Wifi
Climatisation
Cuisine
Stationnement gratuit sur place
Stationnement gratuit dans la rue
Foyer à l'intérieur
Chauffage
Laveuse

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Quicksburg, Virginie, États-Unis

Quaker Thomas Moore was a surveyor and pioneer who settled the area, obtaining a large land grant from Lord Fairfax in the 1750s. Moore's Store was one of the first autonomous settlements in the Shenandoah Valley that centered around the merchant mill and also featured a sawmill, foundry, cobbler shop, doctor offices, harness shop, slave quarters and post office. General Custer burned the mill and family plantation home during the Civil War. A sawmill fire destroyed nearly the entire village in the 1870s. Moore's Store was named for descendant George Moore who died in the Civil War. Rebuilt twice, the grist mill and store operated under the Moore family for over 200 years until the 1930s when a dynamite accident claimed the life of the last miller, George Armentrout, who had married the widow of George Moore. Just a few houses now remain along with the gristmill, sawmill, cobbler's home, and harness shop. Neighbor's dog Malachi, who lives in the former doctor's home, is the unofficial mayor and might greet you when you arrive.
Quaker Thomas Moore was a surveyor and pioneer who settled the area, obtaining a large land grant from Lord Fairfax in the 1750s. Moore's Store was one of the first autonomous settlements in the Shenandoah Vall…

Votre hôte : Joan

Membre depuis juillet 2015
  • 110 commentaires
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  • Superhost
A historic grist mill has owned me for over 20 years. Recent renovations were completed to encourage family visits, and Airbnb hosting allows me to share it with interesting folks and continue my renovations. I treat the places I visit with the same love and respect I expect from my guests.
A historic grist mill has owned me for over 20 years. Recent renovations were completed to encourage family visits, and Airbnb hosting allows me to share it with interesting folks…
Durant votre séjour
You will have the place to yourself, but I will meet you there to make sure you are comfortable.
Joan est un Superhost
Les Superhosts sont des hôtes expérimentés avec d'excellentes évaluations et qui s’engagent à offrir d’excellents séjours aux voyageurs.
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Ce qu'il faut savoir

Les règles de la maison
Arrivée : Entre 15:00 et 19:00
Départ : 11:00
Arrivée autonome avec serrure numérique
Ne convient pas aux enfants ni aux bébés
Non-fumeur
Pas d'animaux domestiques
Pas de fêtes ni de soirées
Santé et sécurité
S'engager à appliquer le processus de nettoyage en profondeur d'Airbnb. En savoir plus
Les consignes d'Airbnb en matière de distanciation sociale et de la COVID-19 en général s'appliquent.
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Détecteur de fumée
Conditions d'annulation