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Spindle Hill Farm Cottage in Nellysford, VA

This charming little cottage on a farm in Nellysford, Virginia features fun vintage and reclaimed accents, as well as views of a 200-year-old oak tree!

The home sleeps four with a ground floor bedroom and ensuite bathroom, and loft bedroom with another queen bed and toys/books/games for youngsters. It’s filled with lovely decorations, including art created by one of the hosts. There’s even a luxurious cedar hot tub on the porch for a bit of relaxation.

The full kitchen will let you eat in, but if you want to get out the farmhouse is close to nearby restaurants. Plus they’ll provide you with fresh eggs from their hens, yogurt, milk and granola for breakfast. Yum! Book your stay here.

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Charming Farm Cottage With Reclaimed Materials

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Relax in this cedar hot tub with views of the old oak.

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The kitchen wall was created from reclaimed barn wood.

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French doors take you into the Master bedroom.

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The comfortable couch sits under a bank of windows.

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The bedroom has an ensuite bathroom.

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Clawfoot tub and vintage stained glass windows. Love.

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Yes, that’s an  antique gramophone bell as a light!

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Up in the loft you’ll find toys and games.

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The Russian doll bedding is so cute!

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Eat out on the deck if the weather permits.

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They have forced air heating, but also this little stove!

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Doesn’t that yellow door say, “Welcome!”

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And here’s that amazing oak!

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  • Cottage on a farm
  • Hens and sheep on the land
  • Farm-fresh eggs provided for breakfast
  • Fully-functional kitchen
  • Fun vintage elements
  • Reclaimed barn wood in great room
  • Queen bed in Master on ground floor
  • Queen bed in loft upstairs
  • Cedar hot tub
  • Covered deck with porch eating

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Theresa Perdue
    August 16, 2020, 12:31 pm

    Very cute! Looks like a place I would hate to leave. The one thing that I never understood is why a full size kitchen but a small refrigerator? Are they bigger than they look? I loved the mist outside in the picture of the couch.

  • Alison
    August 16, 2020, 1:56 pm

    This looks so comfortable and inviting. I love the barn wood kitchen wall, and how it complements the rest of the decor: wood trim, white walls, pops of color.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 17, 2020, 10:04 am

      They really did a lovely job incorporating color.

  • James D.
    August 16, 2020, 2:36 pm

    @Theresa Perdue – Think of it this way, it’s an AirBNB and that means it will cycle between different guests often… If you were the next guest, would you rather have a freshly stocked fridge or one that still has left overs from the last guest?

    Besides, it helps that it’s a farm and they give you some things fresh each day and there’s a nearby restaurant if you prefer to eat out… Farms also typically have a separate food storage facility… Cold rooms, additional freezers and/or meat lockers, root cellars, canning, etc. So don’t need it all in just the kitchen space and it can make it easier to prepare the place for the next guest with less to clean out from the previous…

  • John Thompson
    August 16, 2020, 3:49 pm

    It doesn’t get more “organic” than this. Warm, comfy, cozy, inviting. But not stuffy or overdone. Very nice.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 17, 2020, 10:02 am

      Completely agree!

  • Donna E Bozza
    August 20, 2020, 8:56 am

    Beautiful space. The reclaimed wood wall provides a patina that adds to the farm cottage appeal. What is the square footage?

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 21, 2020, 1:08 pm

      Hmm they didn’t disclose in the listing I’m afraid. I did look around for it because I wondered too.

  • James D.
    August 26, 2020, 1:22 am

    @Donna E Bozza – Judging from the photos, it should be around 30’x 20′ or around 600 Sq Ft, not counting the loft.

  • Donna E Bozza
    August 26, 2020, 7:59 am

    Thank you James. You have a good eye!

  • J B Silver
    January 22, 2021, 7:12 pm

    Sorry. I can’t past that tiny fridge. What do they eat when out there. Sorry if I was out there I’d be there to get away from it all and I don’t want to be running back and forth to the store or restaurant. Just sit and chill on that nice porch. I don’t know how long the average guest stays But I have never stayed in a rental such as ABNB for less than a week

    • James D.
      January 25, 2021, 1:13 am

      Um, it is on a farm and it’s not the only building on the property… Kinda makes that a non-issue…

      While not something you’d find at all AirBNB locations, the BNB part is suppose to stand for Bed and Breakfast. Meaning providing food is often part of the service, not just lodging, and that’s certainly something a farm is capable of doing… and there’s also the nearby restaurant…

      • Eugenia
        January 25, 2021, 3:33 pm

        Thank You for your input. I am very much aware of what BNB stand for. But you must admit all ABNBs don’t have such accommodations. And frankly I’d like to decide what I’m going to eat and not just have what’s on the menu of such gracious hosts. And for good reason which I will not go into. However I would appreciate the option. Stay safe and well.

        • James D.
          January 25, 2021, 6:49 pm

          That’s the point, it is giving you options… Really, the listing states they serve breakfast, so it’s an actual BNB… and if you read the reviews, guests state they received homemade granola, fresh milk, yogurt and “fabulously” fresh eggs and had easy access to good food, antiques, wineries, breweries, and farmers markets…

          Again, it’s on a farm… One of the points of staying there is have easy access to fresh food that isn’t months old by the time you buy it from the market just for you to store it in the fridge…

          Depending on the location and types of farms in the area you may even have access to foods you may not be able to find normally, because markets only get the few foods that store and transport well but there’s hundreds of other varieties of fruits and vegetables that aren’t sold at markets and you’ll only see at local farmers markets or on specific farms, which is also way fresher and a lot tastier than what you may be used to…

          Locations hosted by farms or restaurants aren’t the places you should be worrying about food storage because that’s literally their business to provide food…

  • City Flower
    May 9, 2021, 3:14 pm

    One little thing, pain the claw foot tub black on the outside. Your house looks darling!
    Great job!

  • Marsha Cowan
    May 24, 2021, 1:10 pm

    I was born and raised in Virginia, and I can tell you it’s one of the most beautiful state in nation and worth the visit. This house seems very inviting and comfortable. It is really pretty, too, and that frig is a pretty good size for a couple of people for a few days or a week. I have a 9 liter frig now (twice the size of my little green one) which will hold 12 canned Cokes. Lol! I have everything I need in it for days of meals: eggs, pork, cheese, butter, cream, etc. I think that little frig in the house will do nicely.

    • Marsha Cowan
      May 24, 2021, 1:12 pm

      . . .sorry. . .beautiful states in the nation.

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