We very much enjoyed our stay at the White Sulphur Springs Chestnut cabin. It was everything and more that we had hoped. The cabin was very well appointed and we were very happy with our stay. Highly recommend. Wish we had more leisure time to stay and explore the surroundings.
As I was curious about the privacy of the cabins and their decks in proximity to each other, I will give my limited perspective of how it is laid out. We stayed in the Chestnut cabin #4, which viewed the woods on the back deck. It was a fairly private deck as it was set the farthest back, but could see a bit of the deck of cabin #3 behind to the right. Cabin #5 looked like the deck itself was in the trees and was not visible at all from #4. The deck of #6 was on the side of the house and visible from the driveway, probably not as desirable for most. Cabins 4, 5, and 6 have a pretty steep walk down to the cabin from the driveway. Didn't see as much of the decks for cabins 1, 2, and 3 as they are set more forward, but they seem to have a nice view of the open field below.
The drive to/from Mount Airy was easy for dinner. However, nothing is open for breakfast in Mt. Airy on Sunday morning. We actually drove up Hwy 52 into Virginia to find a small local breakfast buffet at the Hungry Farmer. We should have been more prepared to bring microwavable or cold breakfast foods, as a cooktop is the main thing lacking in the cabin.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kitchenette, comfortable living room with fireplace, king size bed, queen sofa bed, large bathroom with oversized bath and shower, private deck, large screen TV and wireless Internet.The Cabins are part of the award-winning White Sulphur Springs community, in the heart of the NC wine country, adjacent to one of America’s best small towns, Mount Airy (aka "Mayberry"), and combining great location, convenience environmental respect and "Simple Living." ... more less