The Stokesville Lodge is an amazing place for a family reunion, your book club gathering, a writers retreat or your once in a lifetime wedding.
The Lodge is also a central location for epic mountain biking and road riding in the Shenandoah Valley. The grounds are located adjacent to the start of the famous Shenandoah Mountain 100 just off the North River. The Lodge is central to many IMBA Epics and just a few miles from one of the first IMBA signature rides, “The Southern Traverse”. A fully equipped base camp that links you to hundreds of miles of single track or scenic back country roads. Make reservations now to start your training or even to plan a relaxing family vacation. Professional guides are also available through Shenandoah Mountain Touring to lead you on your journey whether it be mountain biking, hiking or road bicycling.
The Stokesville Lodge is normally rented in full and not by the room for weekly stays, or just the weekend. Special reservations are available for weddings, team camps and family reunions. Rooms may be rented individually on occasion. Weekly rentals are $1600 for up to six people. Weekend rentals start at $800 for up to six people. Additional people can be accommodated by special reservation for for $40/night, $70/weekend, $100/week. There is a $100 cleaning fee charged for each rental period. Each of the two master bedrooms has two queen beds and a full bathroom. The loft has four singles including a bunk bed and its own full bathroom. The kitchen has everything you could desire with plenty of flatware, vintage china, large and small pots and pans to cook for a couple or a twenty person team of hungry cyclists. There is a dishwasher and plenty of room to cook large group meals in the open and spacious kitchen. A screened in back porch off the kitchen is great for dining and relaxing. There is a gas grill outside and plenty of space to play in the fenced in seven acre compound. A washer and dryer are off the kitchen in the large laundry room.
There is Wifi, but no television service. Verizon 3G has as strong signal and works well as a hotspot. AT&T is spotty. There is a maximum of two dogs allowed – $50 for the first and $25 for the second.
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