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Travel + Leisure Names Lexington one of the "Best College Towns" for 2013 List recognizes small towns with populations of less than 15,000 that are big on culture.


Experience the nightly phenomena in the heart of the famous Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery.


Explore the rich history of this 19th century college town, slowed to the pace and rhythm of hoof-beats!


115 events annually, most free and open to the public.


offers a variety of professional, talented and experienced horse trainers. We offer year-round, all-weather lessons on one of our school horses, or your own horse. To customize your preferences, our exceptional horse boarding services are available with a menu of additional care options.


has been a part of the Rockbridge area community for more than 50 years. The theatre was built by W.C. Atkins in 1950, and operated as the Lee Drive-In on land leased from the Hostetter family. Sebert W. Hull purchased the business and lease in 1957. For decades Mr. and Mrs. Hull operated the drive-in as a family-friendly business supported by a diverse and loyal following.


5 miles north of our Dixon Cabin ia a great Antique Store in Historic Brownsburg VA.

 

 


Some of the top 20 Attractions include a trip to nearby Staunton VA


Staunton's Wharf Area survives as an unusually picturesque and excellently preserved example of a turn-of-the-century warehouse and commercial district.


a ton of beer in this place..a really wide range of breweries..all the regional and national-distributing breweries and a bunch of local ones as well. Quite a few Belgian and other European brews as well. John and Cheryl Huggins The Wharf District in Staunton (29 Byers St.) 540 213 2213


Having escaped the Civil War unscathed. Many of the 18th and early 19th century homes and buildings still stand and are wonderfully preserved.


& Tap House. Operated by Brent Schoenduby. Located in Historic Downtown Staunton. Over 20 Gourmet Pizza Varieties and 100+ World Class beers! (540) 213-0008


To tell the story of early immigrants and their American descendants, the Museum has moved or reproduced examples of traditional rural buildings from England, Germany, Ireland, West Africa, and America. The Museum engages the public at these exhibits with a combination of interpretive signage and living history demonstrations.


Your Guest House Keeper Dave, is a bike rider, and would love to take you on any one of many loops around North Western Rockbridge County. No auto traffic issues......... Dave recommends: Black Dog Bikes in the Wharf.


A specialty outdoors shop in Staunton, Virginia, that offers a wide variety of clothing for men, women, and children, plus tons of outdoor gear, footwear, accessories, and gifts.


A gift gallery and glassblowing studio in a historic building in the picturesque Shenandoah Valley. Live Demonstrations! Fun for the entire Family! Great Gifts!


Voted by Virginia Living’s readers as one of the Best of Virginia 2012! One of our favorite restaurants, ... on the Wharf in Staunton VA.

 

 


Outdoor Activities..... Hiking, Biking, Fishing, Canoeing

 


For a great workout, a little bush-whacking and great views, head to Goshen Pass not far from Windymile Cabins in Lexington, VA.


The House Mountain hike near Lexington Virginia is really two out-and-back hikes in one. Big House Mountain, with great views to the west, and Little House Mountain, with its punishing direct climb to the ridge, and spectacular views of the Shenandoah Valley to the northeast.

 


A paddle sports business that rents canoes, kayaks, rafts, and river tubes. We run canoe trips on the Upper James, Cowpasture, Jackson, and the Maury Rivers.


We've got bikes! Whether you need one for a tour that you're booking with us, or you just want to do a day trip around the Rockbridge, VA area, we've got you covered. Dave and Tasha Walsh

 


A traditional family park for 75 years, Douthat is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for the role its design played in the development of parks nationwide. Amid some of Virginia's most breathtaking mountain scenery.


Up in the Alleghany Highlands, nestled into a canyon once called Kincaid Gorge, lies Gathright Dam. This massive earthen structure backs up the Jackson River for over 12 miles, forming Lake Moomaw.

 

To the West is Bath County,
To the South is Natural Bridge VA


Shared gourmet meals, the exquisite Bath County setting, and some of the most interesting people you’ll ever meet make each visit a one-of-a-kind experience.


Designated as a Virginia Historical Landmark and a National Historical Landmark. Natural Bridge Va is located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley just off Interstate 81 exits 175 and 180-A. Natural Bridge Virginia is 15 miles south of Historic Lexington Virginia.

 

Beer and Wine Near Windymile


A family owned and operated Virginia Farm Winery producing handcrafted wines from French-American hybrid varietals.


Shenandoah Valley VA wine tours daily: Sunday and Monday from noon-5pm and Tuesday through Saturday from 10am till 6pm.

 

Endorsements for Lexington VA Cabins

Spencer Home Center
Windymile guest house, was built using materials from this respected business. Quality building materials.

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Alternatives


Meadowview Cabin.
South of Windymile, and closer to Natural Bridge. Great Folks, and good friends of Dave & Audrey Johnston of Windymile Cabins.
Chris and Lori Salb (540) 491-4303

Amanda'a Cabins Lazy Acres
2 1/2 miles to The VA Horse Center, Amanda & David Baxter 540-463-1636

Alone Mill School House
Just a few miles from Windymile Cabin
Call 540.463.1164 or email cflowers@rockbridge.net. Please include your dates in the subject line.

Jump View Cottage
Close to Windymile Cabin.
Carolynn Looney (540) 460-5394   (540) 348-3404

Cedar Branch Hollow
Close to Windymile Cabin.
Dorothy and Tom Coker (540) 348-6248