May 8, 2015

Blue Mountain Oasis

Rates: $125/night weekday | $175/night weekend | $875/weekly | Monthly: Inquire
+ tax + cleaning | online reservations give exact price

Location: Linden/Front Royal, VA
Scenery: Top of the mountain, Virginia wine country
Bedrooms: 2 (Queen size beds)
Bathrooms: 2 full bathrooms (linens provided)

Important notes: December 1 – March 31st, the hot tub is winterized and not accessible. This is a rural property, on top of the mountain.

Reservations/Availability | Activities and things to do | Local Vineyards

Greeted by 2 acres of beautifully of landscaped property, step inside to find your modern mountain oasis. Offering 2 queen size beds, 2 complete bathrooms, 1 couch with love seat upstairs, 2 sitting chairs downstairs, 2 tier deck that builds into the rolling retaining wall with the Jacuzzi Hot Tub (please be advised, the hot tub is winterized, turned off, from December 1 – March 31st.), linens provided, fully stocked kitchen with all appliances and formal seating area, outdoor seating area, stainless steel propane grill outside and high speed internet. Digital streaming live TV is provided,  offering over 40 channels including ESPN, Disney, Fox Sports, Comcast Sports, and more provided by digital IP TV, via Sling. See entire channel lineup here.

Blue Mountain Oasis is the perfect location for your getaway, located only minutes from Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, and all the local vineyards. You can enjoy access to our community’s Deer Lake and enjoy the many hiking trails on the mountain. Canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, antiquing, golfing, fishing, vineyards, all just minutes away.

Made of high hills, valleys, and rivers, covered with wildflowers, and trees of many species, rich in history, culture, and nature, Blue Mountain Oasis will greet you and take your breath away. Situated on the top of Blue Mountain, an 800-acre mountain reaching up to 2,200 feet, higher than any other mountain in the vicinity, BLUE MOUNTAIN dominates a magnificent country—hills and valleys, fields and forests, rivers and ravines.

It is covered with trees, from the soaring tulip poplar and the majestic oak to the whispering pine, the charming dogwood, and the colourful redbud. Wildflowers abound—the wild anemone, first to appear in the spring, the humble bloodroot, the glamorous Trillium, the precious and rare lady’s slipper. In that enchanting setting, roam a host of wild animals, none dangerous and all interesting to watch—deer, raccoons, woodchucks and squirrels (including the flying variety), grouse, quails and wild ducks, and innumerable other birds which paint flashes of brilliant colors in the air and fill the silence of the woods with their gay and harmonious songs.

Rich in history dating back to the 1800’s, Blue Mountain Oasis had Mosby Rangers hiding out on the mountain during the Civil War; escaped slaves found the mountain a place of safety before the Civil War; the battle of Cedar Creek, one of the most decisive of the Civil War, was fought in the Valley just below Blue Mountain and could be viewed from a high point on the mountain. John Marshall, the first chief justice of the USA, lived on the mountain.







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(please be advised, the hot tub is winterized, turned off, from November 1 – April 1.)

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