Northern Neck River House

From $250 / night

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Description from the owner

  • House
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 8

Type: House

Northern Neck River House

Charming 3BR / 3BA house (Sleeps 7-8) on the Corrotoman River, a relaxing and peaceful tributary off the Rappahannock River and the Chesapeake Bay. Views of the water from the front and back of the house. Two master suites plus one other bedrooms and a kids bunk room. Open floor plan with views of the river from the family room, kitchen, dining, living room large deck, and office.

Perfect spot for a family outing or a romantic getaway. The house is kid and dog friendly and has a variety of amenities that make it attractive to guests of all ages. Equipped with DishTV Satellite service and DVD players, the house is also stocked with both indoor ...Read more

About the owner

Brad N.

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  • Response time A few hours
  • Calendar updated 2 weeks ago
  • Overall rating
    5.0 / 5.0 based on 1 review


Northern Neck River House
Mollusk, Virginia

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The Northern Neck is rich in history. Among other things it is the birthplace of presidents like George Washington and famous people such as Thomas Lee and Robert E. Lee. The history of the "Neck" runs deep in the history of the United States, even North Amercia. Before 1600, before the first English settlement, the Northern Neck was the land between the "River of Swans" to the north and the "Quick-Rising Water" to the South, two loosely translated Indian terms for the Potomac River and the Rappahannock River. To the east lies the Chesapeake Bay, otherwise known as the "Mother of Waters", the "Great Saltwater" or the "Great Shell-fish Bay", the largest estuary in North America. Captain John Smith visited this country in 1607. He was probably one of the area's first tourists.

The waters of the Potomac River, Rappahannock River, the Chesapeake Bay and their tributaries provide a haven for boaters and water enthusiasts, and have supported a fishing industry for generations. At the present, Colonial architecture, small-town charm, bed & breakfast inns, eight wineries, seventeen museums, historic sites, marinas and retail shops are among the valuable assets (email: hidden)ract visitors to the area.

Just far enough away - 55 miles from Richmond, 75 miles from Washington, 80 miles from Norfolk – for you to experience the road less traveled.

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