Turtle Rock Cabin was built in 2016, and located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, 15 minutes from the town of Luray and 30 minutes to many popular attractions such as Shenandoah National Park, the Shenandoah River, and Luray Caverns.
This cozy, secluded cabin sleeps up to 4 guests ( up to two other guests may be allowed upon request) and is fully handicap equipped, and boasts two queen beds, while the third bedroom has a double bed. A lovely living room comes with an electric fireplace, Wi-Fi, and satellite television, while a dining area includes plenty of seating. The kitchen is fully-equipped offering all the comforts of home and there is a laundry closet for longer stays.
*Please note, linens are NOT Included. We welcome you to bring your own sheets and towels or would be happy to provide linens for an extra fee.
Air conditioning keeps things cool in the summer, and an electric fireplace in the main room is sure to promise cozy stays in cooler months. Outdoors, there are two large decks, a luxury hot tub and a BBQ grill.
Access for disabled, Couples, Family-friendly,
*ABSOLUTELY NO PETS ALLOWED ( Guests who Violate our No Pet Policy WILL be charged a minimum of $100 cleaning fee)
The cabin is Non-Smoking and Open Year Around !
*We may require a 3 night minimum and prices are subject to change on Weekends or Holidays. Please Inquire to get a quote.
WINTER: December - February
Sun- Thurs: $169 per night Fri - Sat: $199 per night 5 Nights: $750 7 Nights: $1000
SPRING: March - May
Sun- Thurs: $179 per night Fri - Sat: $209 per night 5 Nights: $850 7 Nights: $1190
SUMMER: Memorial Day to Labor Day
Sun- Thurs: $195 per night Fri - Sat: $225 per night 5 Nights: $900 7 Nights: $1295
FALL: September- November
Sun- Thurs: $179 per night Fri - Sat: $209 per night 5 Nights: $850 7 Nights: $1200
ADD 10.3% Tax * Linens $30 /bed/visit
Page County is home to the world famous Luray Caverns and the Shenandoah National Park, the scenic Skyline Drive, the Shenandoah River, and Blue Ridge Mountains.
Just a few miles in any direction there’s an abundance of natural resources and a range of activities including camping, canoeing, cycling, fishing, golf, hiking, horseback riding, photography or simply marveling at the scenery! Any season is a great time to visit; each is unique and beautiful.
ART GALLERIES - Art & Artisan's Fine Art Gallery (4 E. Main Street, Luray) - Warehouse Art Gallery
CAVERNS - Endless Caverns - Luray Caverns - Skyline Caverns
HIKING - George Washington National Forest - Skyline Drive - Shenadoah River - Raymond R. "Andy" Guest Jr., State Park - Shenandoah National Park
HORSEBACK RIDING -Fort Valley Ranch - Jordan Hollow Stables
PERFORMING ARTS - BB&T Center for the Performing Arts
RESTAURANTS - 55 East Main - Gathering Grounds - Rancho Viejo Mexican Grill (E. Main Street in Luray) - Thornton River Grille (Sperryville)
SKI RESORTS - Massanutten Ski Resort - Bryce Ski Resort
WATER RECREATION - Shenandoah River Outfitters (Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting, Tubing) - Downriver Canoe Company - Lake Arrowhead (Swimming at a man-made resevoir with beach) - Massanutten Water Park - Page Valley Fly Fishing
OTHER - Antiquing - Civil War Historical Site: New Market Battlefield - Explore Luray - Explore Front Royal - Golfing: Luray Caverns Country Club, Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club, - Shenvalee Golf Resort