Stepping Stone Cabin on the Shenandoah River

1 Review

From $118 / night

Luray, VA 22835
Stepping Stone Cabin on the Shenandoah River
2 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 6
Type: Cabin
Per night: $135 - $200
Per week: $825 - $895
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Luray vacation cabin rental
Stepping Stone cabin is located directly on the Shenandoah River in Luray, Virginia. You can fish from the bank, paddle in the canoe we provide, or watch the river flow by as you sit in the hot tub on the screened in porch. We provide tubes as well for lazing around. The fire pit is a center of attraction in the evening for those infamous smores.

William Grupe

Area Information
The cabin is located about 12 miles from the town of Luray, on a gravel road, across the street from the George Washington National Forest. Hiking trails start as close as 1/4 mile from the cabin.

About the owner

Owner Profile



Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jun 01 2017 Aug 31 2017 $150 $200 $895 - -
Sep 01 2017 Dec 31 2017 $135 $188 $825 - -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 9%
Deposits: Half the amount of the rental is due as deposit when you reserve the cabin. The balance is due when you arrive.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Visa
Other Fees: Rates listed are for up to 4 guests. Additional guests (no more than 6 total) are $20 per person per night. Small lap dogs 15 pounds or less are considered - you must have prior approval. A fee of $15 per night is charged.

Reviews (1)

Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in Luray, Virginia

Have you been a guest of this property? Write a review!
1 review
Kurt Baumgardner

Great stay

Kurt Baumgardner

Washington, DC

Great stay

July 6, 2011

Everything was great; accommodations, pools, put put, wineries close by, town and restaurants close by (BBQ Exchange is awesome). The cabin was very nice inside, definitely not roughing it at all. Also, you are able to rent kayaks, canoes, and motored boats for the lake. We did not fish but saw many others that were. They have plenty of horseback riding options too if you are into that. Just a couple things to keep in mind - the onsite restaurant is pretty meh. We only ate there once and weren't really that impressed. Also, there aren't really many trails to go hiking on or other more outdoorsy options. This is pretty much a resort with cabins in the woods. Not complaining or anything as we had a great time, just something to keep in mind.

Page Views This month: 0 This year: 3 Since listed: 5,921