This cozy log cabin located in Rileyville, Virginia, United States is the perfect place to get away and relax in a beautiful setting. The luxurious cabin building can accommodate up to 4 guests with 3 bedrooms and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you’ll have the entire log cabin building to yourself. For your safety, the log cabin has self-check-in with a lockbox. The Turtle Rock cabin building is just minutes from Luray and the world-famous Luray Caverns and the Shenandoah National Park, the scenic Skyline Drive, the Shenandoah River, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. You’ll love the Turtle Rock cabin building because of its location and its cozy atmosphere.
The cabin building is wheelchair accessible, has a full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, one bathroom, a laundry closet, an electric fireplace, wifi, and a hot tub. No pets are allowed at the cabin building. This cozy, luxurious cabin building sleeps up to 4 guests (with up to two other guests that may be allowed upon request) and is fully handicap equipped, and boasts two queen-sized beds, while the third bedroom has a double-sized bed.
The cozy cabin building has air conditioning to keep things cool in the warmer summer and an electric fireplace in the main room that is sure to keep things cozy in the colder months. Outdoors, there are two large decks, a luxury hot tub, and a barbecue grill. The cabin building has access for disabled guests and is suitable for families and couples. Absolutely no pets are allowed, guests who violate the no pet policy will be charged a cleaning fee. The cabin is also non-smoking. The cabin building is available year-round.
When it comes to vacation home designs, a log house is a good option. A log house that is properly built will stand up to bad weather and will last a lifetime, with that said you will want to practice regular maintenance to protect it and keep it looking its best. Natural enemies such as rain, sun, snow, wind, water, and pests can take away from the beauty of your cabin building, but the good news is that you can help deter them. You can begin to protect your cabin building from the elements by using some simple preventative methods along with a seasonal schedule of staining that will help to ensure a long healthy life span for your wood cabin. Some of the natural enemies of a cabin building can include rain and snow, wind, UV sun rays, insects, and moisture from the ground.
Rain and snow. Precipitation is the worst enemy of a cabin building, and there are several ways to help prevent rain and snow from away stealing the value of your wood cabin. Cleaning, staining, and sealing your wood cabin are a must and need to be done regularly. Proper gutters and deep overhangs, make sure that decks and sidewalks drain away from the wood cabin. UV Rays. The sun’s UV rays can cause cellular damage on the surface of the logs. If these damaged wood cells are not removed, they will then become a food source for microfungi.
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