We have a two-bedroom, one-bath cabin in the heart of the George Washington National Forest in Lost River, WV. We're roughly 115 miles outside of Washington, DC.
We have a 2-bedroom, 1-bath cabin in Lost River, WV. It has wireless Internet and heat (floor units). It is all on one level. It is a nice mix of local and DC weekenders. The first bedroom has a queen-sized bed. The second bedroom has two twin-sized beds. The living room has an IKEA sofa that folds out to a full/double.
This listing is adjacent to our other listing: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/894874 .
The cabin has a landline telephone but there is no cell phone reception. We have high-speed DSL Internet as well as streaming Netflix. We have a new, 39" LED tv. There is no cable television and local television stations are not available.
Because this is our vacation home, we do not have trash or recycling pick-up. You will have to take your trash and recycling back with you.
We're roughly 10 miles from Wardensville, WV and roughly 30 miles from Moorefield, WV. Moorefield is a good town for Walmart, lunch, a movie theatre and bowling alley.
Very close by are two restaurants: the Lost River Grill (5 miles away) and The Guesthouse Lost River (3.8 miles away). The former is more low-key, and the latter is a bit more upscale.
Trout Pond Recreation Area (about 5 minutes away by car) provides a nice lake that you can walk around (and swim in during summer), a camping area, and a playground for kids.
The nightly price quoted here INCLUDES 6% West Virginia Lodging Tax as well as 6% Hardy County Lodging Tax.
Our 1-bedroom, 1-bath apartment on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/409582
Guests will have access to the entire cabin, including the fire pit in the backyard and the front porch.
I will send a detailed check-in email one week prior to the guest's arrival. After that, I'm fully accessible via iPhone iMessages, email, or by telephone.
After a confirmed reservation guests will receive access to our Tips & Tricks manual.
My name is Kelly and I live in Washington, DC, with my husband and our three recently-adopted children. We live across the street from the Eastern Market Metro Station and rent out our downstairs apartment.
We've been renting our DC apartment (underneath our house) since March 2012; we've begun renting our WV cabins since Jan. 2013.
For tourists to DC, we have -- I have to admit! -- a pretty superb location in that you can be on the National Mall (the Smithsonian Museums) in less than 20 minutes. Historic Eastern Market is just a few blocks away.
My husband works for the federal government, and I work for a global consulting firm supporting the federal government on sustainability issues. We enjoy bbq'ing outside when the weather is nice, going to the park with the kids, and simply being parents.