Cave Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 9875 Cave Hill Road, McGaheysville, Virginia, 22840, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 9875 Cave Hill Road, McGaheysville, is near Massanutten Resort Water Park and Port Republic Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from McGaheysville

    Massa WHAT?? Yes, Massanutten Mountains/Blue Ridge

    A travel blog entry by wingsandwheels on Aug 29, 2014

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    I don't even know where to start to describe this area of Virginia. During our week stay we saw so many breath-taking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Water Falls, Historic Civil War Battleground and Museum, and played on grand golf courses.

    This will definitely be a place we re-visit and plan to stay a few weeks. Also we would consider making this our retirement home. The cost of living seems to be reasonable as per our visit ...

    DAY 13 - WASHINGTON DC - CHARLOTTESVILLE

    A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 13, 2014

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    ... went to find a seat. We found some picnic tables a little while off in the woods, but Peter had flashbacks of 'Deliverance' (the place was deserted) and so we found another table in the open. A Winnebago arrived while we ate, which had the quote above on the side. We thought it was so good we'd adopt it. We drove off if the Skyline Drive to Luray to go to the Luray Caverns. These were ...

    Hiking Crabtree Falls

    A travel blog entry by gauke on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... out. Jerry took his camera and I had my new one so I imagine we have a lot of mixed up pictures.

    We got to the falls and immediately checked out the bathroom facilities. They were gross to say the least. A portapotty in a little room - enough said. I washed my hands with the water I had left in my water bottle! Before we started our hike we decided to eat our sandwiches that we had prepared earlier. As we were eating we were chatting ...

    Homes of Presidents Monroe and Jefferson

    A travel blog entry by gauke on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... old and it was huge. I can't imagine how many people it would take to encircle it. Very definitely the biggest tree I've ever seen! The mountain views were so pretty except for the towers that really took away from the beauty.

    Next we headed to Monticello, home of President Thomas Jefferson. It was quite a contrast to the home of Monroe, nothing simple about that place. It was a home of change apparently as ...

    Brightwood Day 7

    A travel blog entry by em_gruzin on May 19, 2014

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    ... of the vegetable beds. We started off by digging up the entire bed and turning the soil and then putting compost on the top and raking it through. Zach and I then measured the spacing between the rows and after that we planted celery and celeriac! They look really cool all in their new bed. It's such a nice feeling when you've planted them and did the soil preparation and you can see how healthy they look! We broke for ...