Sunday, November 03, 2013

Crimora Mine retreat for rent in Blue Ridge foothills of Augusta County

Crimora Mine Retreat is a beautiful log home available for rent that is located in eastern Augusta County adjacent to Shenandoah National Park and accessible by an old-fashioned covered bridge.

From their website:
Crimora Mine Retreat is a luxurious log home completed in the fall of 2007. This private vacation cabin is located on 150 acres of woodland in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Bordered by the Shenandoah National Park and a few miles from the Appalachian Trail, Crimora Mine Retreat is the perfect place for a getaway with family and friends.

You can enjoy fishing, hiking, kayaking, and canoeing all while soaking up breathtaking views from this stunning locale. Mountains, lakes and sunsets can be seen from every angle and the surrounding area is teaming with deer, bear, turkey, beavers, ducks, hawks and even an occasional bald eagle!

This state of the art, four bedroom, three bath home boasts a gourmet kitchen, game room, wrap-around porch with hot tub and most importantly…this all comes to you at an affordable price!

Crimora, Virginia is conveniently close to:

Crimora Mine Retreat is part of the open pit manganese mines that started in 1866. Manganese was used in the production of steel and can still be found scattered all over the property. The three adjoining man-made lakes range anywhere from 20 to 100 feet deep with underground shafts connecting multiple water sources around the Crimora area.
Rental rates and accommodations info:
Crimora Mine Retreat sleeps up to ten people
No pets/smoking - 25 year age requirement
$475/night for weekdays
$575/night for weekends/holiday
$3000 weekly
$30/day optional golf cart rental

Pavilion available for rent separately for special occasions.

 Covered bridge entry to Crimora Mine Retreat.
Photo by Lynn R. Mitchell, November 2, 2013.

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