See This Lovingly Restored Cabin For Relaxing Getaway

You’ll fall in love with the Rockybrook Miller’s cabin located in Abingdon, Virginia, United States. The 1,400 square foot cabin has 3 bedrooms, and 1 bath, and sleeps up to 8 guests. This early 1800s Miller’s cabin has been lovingly restored and is ready for your relaxing getaway. Only 7 miles from Main Street Abingdon, this cozy vacation retreat is perfectly located for family fun. The cabin is situated a few yards from the North Fork of the Holston River, where you have easy access to fishing and Adventure Mendota, a local tubing outfitter. The cabin is just minutes from Bristol Tennessee/Virginia and Bristol Motor Speedway. During your vacation stay you can enjoy hiking, biking, and fishing. Local favorites include the Barter Theatre, the Martha Washington Inn, Heartwood, The Creeper Trail (including the Appalachian Trail), and a wonderful variety of local food fare. The Highlands Festival, Bristol Rhythm and Roots, and many other cultural events make the area an excellent vacation destination.

The interior of the vacation property is the original Miller’s cabin built in the 1820s. In the early 1900s, the cabin was expanded and a clapboard exterior was added. The main bedroom and bathroom are on the main floor. You’ll want to note that the two upstairs bedrooms have extremely steep steps. This adds to the uniqueness of the cabin but could be an issue for visitors with mobility issues. The cabin has a full kitchen that will lend itself to meal preparation and entertainment. The kitchen has a microwave and coffee maker, and all cookware is provided. WIFI is available. The following are a couple of things to do during your stay.

Abingdon Vineyards. Abingdon Vineyards is a community-focused place that takes so much pride in local involvement and support which makes visiting it one of the best things to do in Abingdon, not only for wine enthusiasts. The vineyards have 13 acres of vines with 9 different grape varieties. If you are unable to head to the winery to enjoy a bottle, you can purchase one from White Birch, Katbirds Gourmet, and SWVA Cultural Center and Marketplace in Abingdon. You can find Abingdon Vineyards at 20530 Alvardo Road in Abingdon. They are open from Wednesday until Sunday from 12 pm until 8 pm. You’ll want to take a look at their website before you visit to find all the details.

Barter Theatre. The Barter Theatre opened its doors in 1933 amid the Great Depression, to bring hope and joy back to the American Population through theatrical performances. To make the theatre accessible to all, founder Robert Porterfield came up with a revolutionary idea that patrons had the option to pay for tickets or give the value of a ticket in unsold vegetables. Surprisingly, this unique way of paying was a hit amongst the locals, and shows were often sold out during the theatre’s first season. Throughout the year, the theatre puts on a fantastic array of performances from classics such as Shakespeare to musicals such as Cabaret or the Wizard of Oz.


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