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

    This cozy log home is located in Rileyville in Virginia, United States. It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind in a beautiful environment. The luxurious cabin building has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It can accommodate 4 guests. During your vacation, you will have the entire building to yourself. The log cabin is equipped with a lockbox for safety. The Turtle Rock Cabin Building is located just minutes away from Luray, the world-famous Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park and the scenic Skyline Drive. It’s also close to the Shenandoah River and Blue Ridge Mountains. Turtle Rock cabin building is perfect for you because of its location, and its cozy atmosphere.

    The cabin building is wheelchair-accessible, has a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, a laundromat, an electric fire place, wifi, as well as a hottub. The cabin building does not allow pets. This luxurious, cozy cabin building can accommodate up to four guests. Two queen-sized beds are available in the second bedroom, and a double bed is available in the third.

    The cabin building is equipped with air conditioning for the summer months and an electric fire place in the main living area to keep you warm in the winter. There are two large decks outside, as well as a luxury hot-tub and a BBQ grill. The cabin building is accessible for guests with disabilities and suitable for couples and families. No pets are allowed. Guests who violate this policy will be charged for cleaning. The cabin is a non-smoking environment. The cabin building can be used all year round.

    Log houses are a great option for vacation homes. A log home that is built correctly will withstand the elements and last a lifetime. You will want to maintain it regularly to keep it in good condition. Rain, sun, snow and other natural enemies like wind, water, pests, and even the sun can detract from the beauty of a cabin. The good news is you can do something to stop them. You can protect your wood cabin from the elements with some simple preventative measures and a seasonal staining schedule. Rain and snow, UV sun rays and insects, as well as moisture from the earth, can be natural enemies to a cabin.

    Rain and snow. Rain and snow are the biggest enemy of cabin construction. There are many ways to prevent them from destroying the value of the wood cabin. Regularly cleaning, staining and sealing your cabin is a must. Decks and sidewalks should drain away from your wood cabin. Use gutters with deep overhangs. UV Rays. The UV rays of the sun can cause cellular damages on the surface. These damaged wood cells will become a food supply for microfungi if they are not removed.

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