•  Type: Cabin
  •  Beds: 5
  •  Baths: 2
  •  Sleeps: 7


The Crooked Cabin (3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s) - 1.5+ Baths - Sleeps 6-7) Step out your front door onto the brick sidewalk of SW Virginia's oldest and most charming town. The Crooked Cabin is in a perfect location for exploring this beautiful area. Surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains, the cabin is in the heart of the historic district, close to fine dining and shopping. An easy walk or bike ride takes you to world famous Barter Theatre and the Virginia Creeper Trail. A short drive will bring you to TVA lakes, White Top Mountain as well as the Appalachian Trail. Explore the history of area music by following the Crooked Music Road. Visit the Arts Depot and William King Regional arts center. The Crooked Cabin is lovingly furnished with antiques, charming accessories and local artwork. Built in 1780 on a farm, the cabin was moved to Main Street in the early 1900's and served as a blacksmith's business for many years. Hardwood floors and wide beamed ceilings make the living room a favorite gathering spot. Hand-painted walls and furniture add a special touch to the decor. The dining room which seats six is next to the fully equipped kitchen. Fine linens and fluffy bathrobes as well as other amenities make guests comfortable. The three bedrooms are located on the second floor. Each has its own sink set into an antique dry sink. The house has one full bath with tub/shower and 2 half baths. Complimentary pastries, juices and coffees/teas are provided on arrival and departure mornings. Enjoy complimentary passes to the Coomes Recreation Center. The Crooked Cabin is just one of our unique properties in Abingdon's historic district. It has been written about in Frommer's Travel Guide to Virginia as well as other publications. This 1780 lodging experience provides a touch of history with all the modern day conveniences and comforts. (Note, approximately 35 minutes from Tri City Airport, 30 minutes to Bristol Motor Speedway).

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