Tome usted mismo atrás en el tiempo con un retiro en uno de nuestros restaurado siglos XVIII y XIX casas privadas. Cada cabaña cuenta con mobiliario de época, chimeneas de leña y una historia única. Convenientemente ubicado a pocos kilómetros de campos de todos los locales batalla, centro de la ciudad Fredericksburg y Ana de lago. Los motivos de host algunos de los más "bien preservados guerra trincheras en manos privadas". Despertar disfrutar de una canasta de desayuno lleno de alimentos locales... café de sorbo en su mecedora de porche delantero, viendo que la niebla se desplace sobre el estanque antes de salir a todo lo que esta área tiene que ofrecer explorar!
Este trimestre de funcionarios original fue construido en el 1850 y restaurada en la cresta de Stevenson en 2007. La rústica cabaña de 2 pisos tiene un espacio íntimo de salón/comedor y baño de planta baja con 2 camas individuales en el desván anterior. Hay una ducha al aire libre opcional que domina el estanque y es refrescante en una mañana de verano caliente.
Esta cabaña de chink-estilo de 1830's es perfecto para romántica get-ubicaciones o retiros tranquilos. Sin la distracción de los teléfonos o de televisión, los huéspedes pueden disfrutar de la simplicidad de su entorno y relajarse entre la naturaleza y la historia que se encuentran en la cresta de Stevenson.
Esta casa de estudio-estilo fue originalmente construido para su uso como un cobertizo de maíz. Completamente accesible de discapacidad, la cuna de maíz dispone de una colección del siglo XIX y mobiliario moderno. El pálido amarillos y verdes dejar este espacio aireado y divertido. La lujosa ropa de cama, felpa de toallas y batas de baño, chimenea de leña y cabina de ducha de cerámica mosaico recordarles que estás de vacaciones... incluso si siente sorprendentemente en casa en la cresta de Stevenson.
La sala principal de la casa de guerra está adornada con modesto mobiliario, televisión, tejidos pesadas, chimenea de gas y una sensación cómoda. Los huéspedes tienen acceso a la cocina completa, comedor y cubierta de salón.
Our oldest structure at Stevenson Ridge is the 1732 Spy Hill House. This two-story home boasts a master suite with a queen bed, bathroom adorned with modern fixtures, two wood-burning fireplaces, living room, kitchenette and patio overlooking the pond. The antique furnishings and natural decor will evoke feelings of a more simple time, leaving you refreshed and revived. A sofa bed can be added to your stay (up to two guests) for an additional fee- you must contact the Inn directly.
This quaint log cabin tucked back in the thick woods of Stevenson Ridge is your perfect sanctuary from your bustling home life. With a private patio amid Virginia's nature and wildlife, you will feel the weight lift off your shoulders as you relax and enjoy a glass of local Virginia wine or read up on our famous Civil War History.
With a queen bed, wood-burning fireplace, soaking tub, and front sitting porch,this cabin is perfect for an intimate getaway. An sofa bed may be added to your stay (for up to two guests)- you must contact the Inn directly to add. This cabin will remain pet free for anyone with pet allergies. Call to inquire about pet-friendly accommodations.
Enjoy a night of luxury at the Riddick House, an 1812 plantation home with a king bed master suite, soaking tub, private deck, full kitchen (gas stove/oven available upon request), living room, and dining room. An second bedroom for up to two additional guests is available for an extra fee- you must contact Inn directly.
5 en septiembre 10, 2014
Stevenson Ridge is truly a life-saver for me. I was about to cancel any further drives from my home in Beaufort, NC to visit the grandchildren in Silver Spring, MD. Then I found Stevenson Ridge. With the better part of the drive behind us and the hard part ahead, my two best pals and I relax and refresh overnight in the casual elegance of The Civil War Cabin. Jesse and Charlie, of hound-shepherd variety, love walking the trails and curling up for the night in the cozy cabin. I am completely revived after a night's rest in the most comfortable bed off I-95 and wake up to a delightful basket of breakfast treats delivered to my door (for a modest fee). On my last visit, there was an extra treat--a colander of fresh-picked strawberries from Debbie, Inn-keeper Extraordinaire. My visits have been brief, but my memories are forever. Treat yourself soon!
4,4 en agosto 27, 2014
My girlfriend and I chose this quiet spot for our anniversary get away. It was absolutely perfect!! We had a wonderful time. It was peaceful and amazingly romantic. The staff was so helpful and accommodating. And the cabin was wonderful: we're already planning to go back in the winter!
4,6 en julio 02, 2014
The Corn Crib located at Stevenson Ridge was a great place to stay. The grounds and buildings were very interesting and the hosts made us feel very much at home. Breakfast provisions were first class but really should be part of the deal for a B&B, not as an add on. We would have give a straight 5 stars apart from this.
5 en julio 01, 2014
Once again Stevenson Ridge did NOT disappoint. The Spy Hill House was beautifully decorated with a wonderful view of the pond. The unbelievably tall bed was like sleeping on a cloud. The modern bathroom was a nice touch in an otherwise not-at-all modern house. Our morning breakfast was dropped off right on time & was absolutely delish! Just love this treasure called Stevenson Ridge!
4,8 en junio 07, 2014
My husband and I recently stayed in the Riddick House over Memorial Day 2014. It was perfect down to the last detail. We had a relaxing weekend that was made even more enjoyable by a superior staff. I have already recommended this place to all my friends and family. Saw a few weddings on the grounds too...I wish I wasn't already married so I could have my event there! Check it out!
4,6 en junio 03, 2014
Truly an historic experience also from a European point of view! The house and the interiors are breath-taking, so is the huge garden and the forest. Lovely setting, the owners took great care of us and provided us with 2 perfect recommendations for a) breakfast and b) dinner. We couldn't have hit it better! Many thanks for hosting us! Cheers Harald & Petra
5 en mayo 27, 2014
My husband and I stayed in the Adrian Cabin and had such a wonderful time. The family/owners were exceptionally kind and gave us great advice about what to do around town. They recommended a great guy, Chris M., to give us a personal tour of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania battlefields, which absolutely MADE our trip. If you're visiting to check out the battlefields, I would highly recommend this. Overall, the place was affordable, the grounds were peaceful, and the service excellent. We plan on making the trek back to the Adrian Cabin from our home in Texas again!
5 en mayo 19, 2014
We will definitely be going back!
4,4 en mayo 13, 2014
The houses at Stevenson Ridge are absolutely beautiful. Overall I would highly recommend this B&B although there were a couple minor issues. First, we chose the Riddick House specifically because it had a Jacuzzi listed in the description, so we were pretty disappointed when we got to our room and discovered it was out of order and could only be used as a soaking tub. This should have been made clear to us at the time of booking. Second, when we went to make breakfast in the morning, we found that the gas stove was not turned on, so we had to wait for someone from the staff to come and turn it on. It would also be nice if they had at least one nice, non-stick pan in the kitchen. Given that they don't really prepare breakfast for you as Stevenson Ridge as they do in other B&Bs, they should make sure the guests have cookwares in good enough condition to be useful should the guests decide to make use of what is a beautiful kitchen setup. We managed to make bacon and eggs in the beatup, wobbly, dented steal pan we found, but it was certainly not ideal. Other than the above mentioned issues, I will say we genuinely enjoyed our stay, loved exploring the house including the many knick knacks and books, etc. on the shelves and we do plan on returning in the future.
4,4 en mayo 08, 2014
A gem of a cabin in the woods was perfect for a mini escape. The cabin was clean, well appointed and comfy. Firewood was ready and the fire was perfect to relax by. Enjoyed the walk to the river. Hosts were friendly and welcoming. I would absolutely recommend staying here, and I plan to return. We took our own food, so I cannot rate it, however the survey does not give a n/a option. Thank you.
Washington DC, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan National) 61 miles
395 Al sur a sur 95. Seguir dirección a la propiedad.
Parque de Atracciones, Compra de Antigüedades, Galerías de Arte , De Interés Histórico, Música en vivo, Cine, Museo, Parques Nacionales, Área natural, Granja de ferry de George Washington, Área de picnic, Río, Bodega
Lavadora/secadora, Instalaciones para Bodas, Wi-Fi , Tina de Jacuzzi en baño principal en la casa de Riddick
Aire acondicionado, Despertador, Productos de Cortesía, Albornoces, Ventiladores de techo, Instalaciones para café/té, Reproductor de DVD, Chimenea, Refrigerador , Secador, Tabla de planchar, Microondas, Entrada privada<br /> , Radio, TV por Satélite/Cable, TV
Observación de aves, Pescar, Pistas para senderismo, En el sitio pesca, Comprar, Visitar lugares de interés
Entrega de Basket
Dietético , Alimentación particular