Comfortable twin beds upstairs, plenty of light.We share a boundary with the Appalachian National Scenic Trail boundary!
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The "Cabbin" at historic Mountain Home is a hiker-friendly B&B just 120 yards east of Appalachian Trail, Route 522, Front Royal, VA. We have 6 beds, a bathroom and a small kitchen and dining area in cozy, comfortable space. Reserve 1-6 beds here. See "Cabbin" at Mountain Home B&B to rent the whole cabin.

El lugar

The “Cabbin" is a newly renovated historic building that was once a cabin, but is now a small brick building (with the logs still inside the walls). In the spirit of Appalachian Trail (AT) hiking, most people rent individual beds for a night or two at $28/person/night. We've hiked the trail and know to provide hiker-friendly details like boot dryers, a shaver, Q-tips, linens, shampoo, soap, ride into town, breakfast, etc. Walk-ins are welcome, but it's always best to call or e-mail ahead so that we can coordinate.

With a paid deposit, you can rent the whole "Cabbin" for $155/night – look for this as a separate listing on AirBnB.

The 2nd floor has 4 twin beds and a small, full bathroom. Downstairs is a small kitchen and dining area and a space with 2 futon beds and a small library. The space is air conditioned (or heated, depending upon the season).

For before and after pictures of the (historically named) "Cabbin" (and before and "in progress" pictures of the main house) look for us at: Mountain Home in Front Royal. Starting in about 2018, we will operate a full B&B from the main house, as well.

Disponible para huéspedes

Guests can hike in from the Appalachian Trail, just north of Shenandoah National Park, or drive in and park for free. We also provide a shuttle into Front Royal for lunch/dinner, post office, resupply, etc. You can leave a car and shuttle to a hiking spot ("slack pack") for a small fee.

Atención a los huéspedes

We are resident at Mountain Home every night we are open for guests. We greet our guests when they arrive, answer any questions they may have, provide hiking and local activity suggestions, shuttle them to and from town with suggestions on where to eat/shop/find necessary services, and serve a continental breakfast in the morning. We might even provide s'mores around a small outside fire pit on a given night :-). But if guests just want downtime to rest, read or recharge, that is fine, too. We have a small library for guests as well.

Otros aspectos destacables

When the 4-H Center is open, we can shuttle you to the 4H Center for a swim in their pool (their fees are about $5/day). Wineries and fine dining are just down the road and down the trail. Additional information is in the ATC “Appalachian Trail Thru-hiker’s Companion” and AWOL’s “The AT Guide” for 2014.


El lugar
Baños: 1
Dormitorios: 1
Camas: 6
Tiene mascotas: Dog(s)
Tipo de habitación: Habitación compartida

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Personas adicionales $28 / noche después del primer huésped
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Reglas de la casa

We can't have smoking in the Cabbin. If you have a dog, contact us about housing him/her. The Cabbin is not a big place, so we generally take only 1 dog per night, and we have a few dog-related rules to make sure everyone's stay goes smoothly. There is an additional $5/night fee for dogs, which we collect from you during your stay.


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Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Perfil de usuario de Jake
Julio de 2017
This place is a must stay...once they complete the main B and B...it will be THE best in the country perhaps in terms of history, and service from a passionate couple that are living their dream retirement and sharing their love and hospitality with travelers!

Perfil de usuario de Dale
Julio de 2016
It was just what I was expecting, based on the description. Very close to the A.T., Shenandoah National Park, and the town of Front Royal. Even if you're not thru-hiking yourself, you're bound to meet some interesting hikers during your stay! And don't miss out on a tour of the main house, which is absolutely amazing! I can't wait to see if when it's finished!

Perfil de usuario de Rebekah
Abril de 2016
Lisa and Scott are kind, generous, and thoughtful hosts. While I only stayed at the Mt. Home Cabbin one night, Scott offered great in-town sightseeing tips, breakfast, a tour of the soon-to-be bed and breakfast, and great company. It's tough traveling with a dog but Lisa and Scott made it a breeze by offering my pup food, water, and treats! The Mt. Home Cabbin itself is in a great location, close to Front Royal and yet nestled in the countryside. However, you will hear cars at night since it is close to a busy road. Lastly, if you love history, make sure to ask Scott about the background of the property, he has a wealth of knowledge on the subject. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Mt. Home Cabbin and look forward to staying at the Bed and Breakfast one day!

Perfil de usuario de Cy
Septiembre de 2015
small cabin but clean and cozy, Scott was friendly and he prepared breakfast for us which was really good.

Perfil de usuario de Storm
Agosto de 2015
Despite arriving two hours early than I expected, because DC traffic was light for once, Lisa and Scott were both easy to get in touch with! They gave me access to the cabin before either one of them arrived later that evening! I was able to get to sleep before Lisa had arrived, and she was so quiet I never even woke up! I will admit that before the next morning I had no idea that one of the hosts (Lisa) would be spending the night in the cabin. As there were no other guest I had assumed I would have the place to myself. After meeting Lisa in the morning, getting an in depth tour of the "big house" being restored, and an as described DELICIOUS breakfast, I began my motorcycle adventure of exploring Skyline Drive and the surrounding area! When I arrived back at the cabin Lisa was there to greet me and give me some great advice on a place for dinner! I had another good nights sleep on a comfortable, if a little noisy, bed! My second days experience at the cabin led me to meet Scott, the other half of "Anything is Possible", and Laurel. It was interesting to hear about Scott's adventures, both near and far! Another two guests arrived later that evening and a third was to join us late that night. Until I had arrived a couple of nights before I was not aware that the sleeping accommodations are all shared in one room, with the exception of two beds on the first floor, where Lisa, Scott and Laurel stayed. For those experienced with a Hostel this may not be such a shock, for someone looking for a more peaceful B&B you may want to rent the entire cabin! My third and final nights stay was less comfortable. The overnight temperature had increased from past days and now all the windows, including a skylight WITHOUT a screen, had to be fully open. Not only did this bring in many insects but a lot of noise from the roadway below. As Scott explained the roadway below is one of only a few that travels between the mountains to neighboring towns. This meant a lot of traffic including noisy semi-trucks using exhaust brakes on the hills! Overall I would say that my stay was good! The real reason for staying here was its proximity to Skyline Drive, the access to local knowledge, and of course BREAKFAST! On all three of these fronts Mt. Home Cabbin delivers!
Perfil de usuario de Lisa And ScottLisa And Scott es SuperAnfitrión.
Respuesta de Lisa And Scott:
Hi Storm, I'm really sorry that you didn't understand that a shared space on AirBnB is a sleeping space that is shared. Of the 3 AirBnB options (whole house, room, shared space) we have carefully chosen shared space as the option for the individual beds at the Cabbin. As you continue to use AirBnB, be sure that if you want a separate room, you filter your choices for that option. I'm also sorry that you didn't ask about adjusting the temperature and the window. If you had asked, I would have explained how the air conditioning in the sleeping rooms upstairs and downstairs worked. There was a unit right by your bed that you could have turned on, after closing all of the windows, including that skylight right next to your bed. If I had known that the temperature upstairs had become to warm, I would have gladly and humbly made the adjustments myself. I'm sorry that one of the guests opened the skylight that has no screen. I never open that window for the very reasons you cited - noise and the possibility of insects. Please speak up when you are uncomfortable, take action, or work things out with the other guests. I am sure that most AirBnB hosts, including me, really want all our guests to be as comfortable as possible when they are sleeping. I am glad that the rest of your stay at Mountain Home Cabbin was good and I do hope you will visit again, perhaps to rent the whole Cabbin, or one of the individual rooms in the main house that we hope to have ready in a few more years. Safe travels! Lisa
Agosto de 2015

Perfil de usuario de Tiffany
Agosto de 2015
Lisa and Scott were awesome! They are super knowledgeable about Front Royal and were open to answering whatever crazy questions we threw at them. The hostel set up was comfy and allowed us to meet five other people with a healthy mix of both hikers and regular travelers. Plus we learned a ton about the AT over a delicious breakfast every morning. Will definitely be coming back again. Especially when it's a full blown BnB and maybe even if one day we decide to attempt a through hike.

Perfil de usuario de Luke
Julio de 2015
I really enjoyed my stay at Lisa & Scott's B&B during my weekend's hikes in the Shenandoah area. First, Lisa and Scott are wonderful hosts and the whole place is like a home to the hikers. Both of them spent some time chatting and hanging out with the guests. In the morning, Lisa cooked and served the breakfast according to my schedule and breakfast was wonderful, including eggs, toast, yogurt, and coffee! Second, I got a chance to meet other hikers! the cabin was fully booked that night and I met three through-hikers and other hikers from dc and Baltimore areas. Everyone was friendly and we sat around and shared our experience. It was a wonderful experience and for sure I will go back to stay there again!

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McLean, Virginia, Estados UnidosSe registró en Mayo 2014
Perfil de usuario de Lisa And ScottLisa And Scott es SuperAnfitrión.

After Scott completed his AT thru-hike in 2012, we decided it would be really cool to support hikers at our own place on the Appalachian Trail. Transforming an 1847 farm house into a viable B&B has its challenges, but with faith, hope and persistence, we truly think anything is possible.

Lisa ("Anything") and Scott ("Possible")

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