Privacy, comfort and peace await you at Big Pine Trout Farm, located in historic New Castle, Virginia, just minutes away from the Great Eastern Divide. Supremely comfortable, a trip to the spacious and airy Farmhouse is designed for relaxation, inspiration, and renewal to both body and spirit; its beauty connects you with the surrounding environment while ensuring your comfort and convenience. Throughout your visit, our proprietors will ensure that your stay is perfect and enjoyable in every way. Upscale contemporary farmhouse, private spring fed trout stream, beautiful view of the Virginia mountains, nature trails, blackberry picking (June-August), fully furnished. Take a Video Tour on the Media Stream Page. “The Farm House” accommodates 6-8; 3 bedrooms, 2½ baths. “The Rainbow Cottage” accommodates 5-6; 1 large bedroom w/ 1 queen, 2 twins & 2 trundles.
The train depot dates back to 1909, when Paint Bank was the final stop of the Potts Valley Branch line of the Norfolk & Western Railway. This expansion was part of the mining boom of the early 1900’s. The depot and our other historic buildings have been renovated and converted into charming lodging, while maintaining much of the original architecture. The main section of the depot lodge features 4 rooms upstairs, each with private bath, a gas fireplace, and the soothing sounds of flowing water from nearby Potts Creek. The lodge also offers a master suite with private bath, living room, and a deck overlooking the water. Choose from a variety of accommodations including an actual restored train caboose, one of many lodge rooms, one of two cottages, or a private cabin by Pott’s Creek. 800-970-DEPOT
If you love the mountains, the cool nights and warm sunny days filled with scenes of country life, peace and quiet, this is the place for you and your family and friends. Close to VT, New River, and the scenic valleys and mountains of Sinking Creek and Craig County Virginia. Wildlife is plentiful and can be seen often in the yard. Lots of room for children to run and play; walking trails and bike roads too. Plenty of parking space available. Located across the road from Joe’s Trees Christmas tree and pumpkin farm. The Main House is a brick ranch with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large living room & dining room, laundry, kitchen with sitting area and large flat screen TV (10-12 person capacity). The smaller cottage nearby can be rented alone or with the main house. The Cottage has two bedrooms, kitchen , sitting room and one bath with shower. Perfect to rent for a quiet get-a-way for 2-6 people or for extended family with the main house (6 Person Capacity).
Please call 540-544-3099 or visit www.thesublettplace.com for more information.
WAEL operates as a year round conference and retreat center, open 365 days a year for school retreats, corporate groups, family reunions, church trips, adventure weekends, yoga retreats, teambuilding, racing events, beer & wine tastings, vacations, and parties. We do it all and we are locally owned and operated and have been serving the Roanoke & New River Valley for over 20 years. Reservations required for all lodges, meals and activities so please call 540-864-6792 to book your outing today!
202 Country Campground Drive on Rt.. 311, 14.5 miles from I-81 & 5 miles from New Castle; Lat 37.4433, Long. 80.1163; close to Craigs Creek and hiking trails.
20 campsites with elec & water; 30 more with no hook-ups. Call Lisa at 540-864-6272 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Farmhouse was built in early 1800 and lovingly restored summer of 2015 by Steve and Faye Powers and family to recreate the old-time feeling we had at Grandma’s house. Fully furnished with antiques and family heirlooms providing a great place for relaxation, family reunions, and country adventures. Craigs Creek meanders on 25 acres offering hiking, kayaking, fishing, and more. Lots of recreational opportunities in and around the area. Four bedrooms up and down, full bath downstairs, fully-equipped kitchen. Rented by the night, 2-night minimum. Contact Faye 540-330-8633 or TheFarmhouse277@yahoo.com. Located adjacent to Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing on 277 Cedar Rush Road. DO NOT depend on GPS systems.