Tye River Farm -River & Blue Ridge

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  1. 10 gości
  2. 5 sypialni
  3. 6 łóżek
  4. 2 łazienki
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Our home is nestled in the VA countryside surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, yet only a short drive away from the Wintergreen Resort, and the aptly named Brew Ridge Parkway. We are on the Tye River with river access and great hiking / kayaking.

A Blue Ridge Mountain welcome awaits you at the Tye River Farm House in Arrington, Virginia.

Tye River Farm House is Located in beautiful Nelson County, nestled in the Central Virginia countryside, and surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains. Only a short drive away is the aptly named Brew Ridge Parkway on the Highway 151 loop.

The house is a Virginia brick farmhouse on land farmed for centuries with wonderful pastoral and mountain views. The farmhouse has creamy colonial colored walls with a bright colonial color for each room. The kitchen with its views of the mountains is equipped with modern appliances. The master bedroom has an open-air feeling with views of the mountains through large sliding glass doors. There are original Hardwood floors throughout.

The house is furnished with basic country furnishings. AC is new. TV is Direct TV. Internet is High Speed Fiber Internet with 100 MB speed.

4 bedrooms. Two baths.

Hot tub with beautiful Mountain Views. Enjoy fantastic sunsets.

Fire Pit installed November 2021.

We are just one-mile off Highway 29 about halfway between Charlottesville and Lynchburg and only thirty minutes from Wintergreen Ski Resort and Crabtree Falls. Access to our 10 acre property is a convenient one mile drive off Highway 29.

Enjoy wine tasting and tour the many wineries of central Virginia. Visit the nearby orchards, pick your own Strawberries and Blueberries, ski Wintergreen Resort, hike at Crabtree Falls or the Appalachian Trail, fish on the Tye or James River, go antiquing, take beautiful country drives, or enjoy the golfing.

Are you a history buff? We have the following within an hour's drive: Monticello, Montpelier, Walton's Mountain, Jefferson National Forest, Appomattox Court House, Poplar Forest, and Ashlawn.

Just 2 miles from our home is Highway 151 - The Brew Ridge Parkway. Enjoy lunch and dinner at Devils Backbone Brewing Company, Wild Wolf Brewing Company or Blue Mountain Brewery. Shopping and other attractions include: Rockfish Valley Nature Trail, Tuckahoe Antiques, Valley Green Gallery, the seven wineries along Route 151, the Bold Rock Cider Company, or Silverback Distillery.

As you can see, there is plenty to do. Most of our guests spend their time just enjoying our cozy Farm House situated on what is considered one of the most beautiful landholdings in the area. The Tye River borders the front of our 10 acres. Guests have private access to swimming, canoeing, tubing and kayaking. Bring your own gear as we can not provide equipment because of liability and insurance reasons. We also can not allow four wheeling on the property for liability reasons.

Bring your campers. $35 per night for each camper. No hookups for sewage and you'll have to bring an extension cord to run from the house to your camper.

There are wide open fields and lots of places to hike and investigate on the property. We have private access to the beautiful Tye River. It is a short walk down the entrance road. When the water is up it is a nice place to kayak or float on a tub. Do a Web Search for Tye River Kayaking.

You will love nearby Crab Tree Falls, The Appalachian Trail and Blue Ridge Parkway. There is a nice biking trail close by: The Virginia Blue Ridge Biking Trail. We can not provide bikes.

If you want more information on these activities then:

Web search for "Nelson County Virginia Scenic Loop".
Web search for "Nelson County Hiking".
Web search for "Nelson County Brewery Tours".

We are dog friendly. You may bring up to two dogs at $25 each for extra cleaning. Dogs love the wide-open areas with no busy roads nearby. Also, the river is a great place for your dogs to go swimming.

Amherst County and the city of Amherst with Sweet Briar College are just down the road. Amherst City is a nice place with a couple of antique shops and good restaurants: Vitos Pizza Bar and Grill, The Briar Patch, Number One Wok, and Travelers Restaurant. Another rural town to visit is Lovingston, VA. The Lovingston Cafe is tasty place to have lunch or dinner.

We are also close to Oak Ridge Estate for the Lockn' Festival and other music concerts. Web search for Lockn' Festival or Infinity Downs Farm for more information.

Golfing is close by: Winton Country Club, Poplar Grove Golf Club, Stoney Creek Golf Club, Shadow Ridge Golf Course, Devils Knob Golf Course.

Here is a partial list of local wineries, brewers and distillers that have web pages:

Devils Backbone
Blue Mountain Brewery
Bold Rock Cider
Lovingston Winery
Wild Wolf Brewing
Virginia Distillery
Rebec Winery
Democracy Winery
Silverback Distillery
Veritas Vineyards and Winery

Check out Wintergreen Resort up on the Web. Skiing at Wintergreen resort is just a 30-minute drive from our home.

Come sit on our back porch and enjoy the sunset and the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Nelson County, Virginia!

Pet fee of $50 to be collected directly by the owner.

We offer the following discounts: 15% for one week, 35% for two weeks, 50% for three weeks, 60% for monthly. Also, 15% for last minute booking 27 days prior to stay and 20% for last minute 15 days prior to stay. Enter your dates in the reservation calculator to see the weekly and monthly discounts.

Call owner for opening up dates for rental in August and September. See

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Arrington, Virginia, Stany Zjednoczone

We are in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains and on the Tye River. Nearby towns are Charlottesville and Lynchburg. Nearby attractions are Crabtree Falls, Wintergreen Resort, and the Brew Ridge Parkway (Highway 151 Loop, as well as the Blue Ridge Parkway.

We are in the heart of Nelson County which strives to retain its rich rural heritage while developing businesses and services that complement the natural beauty and enhance the quality of life for those who live in it.

There are abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation available in all parts of the county, from the top of the weathered Blue Ridge peaks down to the wide bends of the James River. These options include hiking along the Appalachian Trail or to the top of Crabtree Falls (the highest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River) and excellent Snowboarder in Nelson County canoeing or fishing on the James or Tye Rivers; and cycling on U.S. Bicycle Route 76 or one of the many Virginia Scenic Byways. Additionally, one of the boundaries of Nelson County is milepost zero of the Blue Ridge Parkway which closely mirrors Nelson County’s northwestern border for 30 miles.

Wintergreen Resort is a four season resort with many amenities. For the golfer, there are two golf courses: a mountain course (Devil’s Knob – residents & guests only) and a valley course (Stoney Creek). Skiing and snowtubing are popular in the winter with 26 slopes and trails. Several restaurants and lodging choices are available along with conference facilities. The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen offers many programs and, during the summer, the Wintergreen Performing Arts series provides a variety of musical programs.

Visit the Walton’s Mountain Museum in Schuyler, boyhood home of Earl Hamner, Jr., creator of The Waltons TV show. Oakland-Nelson County Museum of Rural History is located in an old tavern; it houses exhibits on Rural Electricfication, Nelson County’s Schools and Hurricane Camille, a Category 5 hurricane that devastated Nelson County in 1969. The Rockfish Valley Foundation Natural History Center works hard to preserve the natural, historical, ecological and agricultural resources of the Rockfish Valley

Take a drive through the historic districts of Lovingston, Schuyler, or Afton-Greenwood, or meander along the James River from Wingina to Norwood and view some of the historical homes and scenery in Nelson County.

Local Orchards and Farms:

Long established family orchards such as Dickie Brothers, Saunders Brothers, Drumhellers, Seamans’ and Fitzgerald’s provide apples in the fall and hold fall festivals on the weekends. Other seasonal fruits available are peaches, strawberries and blackberries. Many smaller farms provide produce to local farmers markets and restaurants with many of them growing organic products, including meats and cheeses.

Red, White and Brew:

Nelson County offers a variety of locally produced wines and beers. With easy access to the Route 29 corridor, the following wineries are open to visitors: Lovingston Winery, Delfosse Vineyards and Winery, Democracy Vineyards and Mountain Cove Winery. Along the Route 151 Rockfish Valley Highway are Veritas Vineyard and Winery, Cardinal Point Winery, Afton Mountain Vineyards, Flying Fox Vineyard and Hill Top Berry Farm and Winery. Most of the wineries have special events on selected weekends and usually include music and food along with wine tasting.

HopeThe Brew Ridge Trail (Highway 151) has taken the craft brewing world by storm and has become extremely popular in Central Virginia. Nelson County is proud to be the home of Blue Mountain Brewery, Devils Backbone Brewing Company, Blue Mountain Barrel House and Wild Wolf Brewing Company. All four breweries have been producing celebrated craft beers that are critically acclaimed and celebrated far beyond our region’s borders.


Bold Rock Cidery in the Nellysford area features various hard cider varieties made from Virginia apples. Silverback Distillery in Afton produces ultra premium vodka, gin, whiskey and bourbon. Opening soon – the Virginia Distillery in Lovingston and Woods Mill Distillery in Faber.

Places to Stay, Eat and Shop:

The lodging establishments in the county are primarily bed and breakfasts, or mountain cabins, locally-owned and operated. The restaurants and dining options offer a variety of foods with many offering Virginia grown products and are also locally-owned and operated.

The Monticello Artisan’s Trail (Nelson and Albemarle Counties) links the many varied arts under a unique umbrella for marketing their products. The organization connects the studios, galleries, and retail shops selling art with points of interest, restaurants and lodging in the area.

Many country stores provide a variety of deli foods, fishing and hunting licenses and other services to their communities. Visitors can also peruse eclectic antique stores that are located throughout the county.

Gospodarzem jest Glen

  1. Z nami od: wrzesień 2015
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Guests are greeted and given an orientation from our Property Manager, Wanda Quick. She can be reached by either phone or email.

Phone: (434) 760-1178
Email: mtnmom1966@aol.com
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