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People Love This Cozy, Luxurious Cabin In Virginia, United States

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This cozy log cabin in Rileyville, Virginia is the ideal place to unwind and relax in a beautiful setting. The luxurious cabin building can sleep up to four guests and has three bedrooms and one bathroom. During your vacation, you will have the entire log building to yourself. Log cabins have a lockbox and self-check in for your safety. The Turtle Rock cabin is located just minutes away from Luray and the world-famous Luray Caverns. The Turtle Rock cabin building is a great choice because of its convenient location and the cozy atmosphere.

The cabin building can be accessed by wheelchairs. It has a full-sized kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a laundry area, an electric fireplace and wifi. The cabin building is pet-friendly. This luxurious, cozy cabin can accommodate up to 4 people (plus two additional guests on request). It is fully handicap-equipped and features two queen-sized beds. The third bedroom has a double bed.

The cozy cabin building features air conditioning to keep you cool in the summer and an electric fireplace in its main room to keep you warm in the winter. Outside, there are two large decks and a luxury hot tub. There is also a barbecue grill. Accessible to disabled guests, the cabin building can be used by both couples and families. The cabin is pet-free. Guests who violate the no pet policy may be charged a cleaning fee. The cabin is non-smoking. The cabin building can be used all year.

Log houses are a great option for vacation home designs. A well-built log home will withstand any weather and last for many years. You will need to take care of it and maintain it. You can prevent natural enemies like rain, snow, wind and water from destroying the beauty of your cabin building. There are simple ways to protect your cabin from the elements. You can also use a seasonal schedule for staining to help ensure that your wood cabin has a long and healthy life span. Rain, snow, UV sun rays and insects are all natural enemies to cabin buildings.

Rain and snow. Precipitation can be a serious threat to cabin building. There are several ways you can prevent rain and/or snow from destroying your wood cabin’s value. Regular maintenance of your wood cabin includes cleaning, staining, sealing, and sealing. You should have gutters that are deep and with overhangs. Also, ensure that sidewalks and decks drain away from your wood cabin. UV Rays. The UV rays of the sun can cause cellular damage to the logs’ surface. These wood cells can become a food source to microfungi if they are not removed.





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