A high-peaked ceiling and exposed-log crossbeams reveal the Tobacco Barn’s past life as a place for hanging tobacco leaves to dry. Now converted to a one-room guest house, it features a front porch swing, cozy fireplace, soapstone floors, a homey sitting area, and a tall, high-post bed. The pressed-tin ceiling and whiskey-barrel sink in the bathroom add to its charm. Pets are allowed and are charged a fee of $25 (first night) and $15 (per ea. add'l night). Maximum two-person occupancy.
Basement studio with microwave and refrigerator. Five minutes from HWY 95, we are within walking distance to commuter train to DC, 3.5 miles from old town Fredericksburg and Mary Washington University. Friendly small housebroken pets are welcome.
Our home is 7 miles west of I-95 near Fredericksburg in a quiet country setting. There’s an American flag at the end of our paved driveway with ample parking. The room is the first door on the left as you enter the house with the bathroom one door down. The room has a comfortable queen bed and a wall mounted TV. Our home was built in 2016 and is smoke and pet free. Thanks for looking and have a great day!