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Enjoyed my stay--as Chad's description makes clear, the place has more of a rustic vibe than high-end amenities, but if you're out and about and just need a place to crash, it's fine.
This Airbnb experience was great! The listing was centrally located near Vineyards (We went to King's Family in Crozet, VA) and we spent a day in Luray, VA hiking at Shenandoah National Park. There is a Harris Teeter/ Trader Joe's/ Whole Foods down the street that we picked food up at and we utilized the local Walgreens Redbox for movie watching at night! The fire pit was wonderful and we had s'mores one night! We also recommend Kirt's homemade ice cream in Charlottesville (Espresso and Mint flavor to die for) and Al Carbon Chicken also in Charlottesville for Mexican! Also there is a cute putt putt course nearby if you are in the mood for Mini Golf. The cottage was as described and was a great crashing spot for the night since we spent mainly the days out! Chad was awesome in being available if we needed him via the telephone but he maintained our privacy which we really appreciated. Would definitely use this airbnb site again!
Chad's chalet was awesome. It was pretty cold out the weekend we were there (for March at least) but we stayed plenty warm with the space heaters. There's also a fire pit outside which is pretty rad. And a great vinyl record collection in the living room! Definitely would recommend this place!
Great location, everything we needed.
Chad's chalet was cozy and comfortable. I was worried that it would get cold as he only had space heaters, but it ended up being fine. This place has all the basics and is great for a weekend stay. There are a couple quirks (bathroom is TINY and the shower isn't the best). Really close to Charlottesville and Shenandoah and all the amenities.
Chad's cottage was awesome! Small but cozy, with an amazing collection of vinyl records. Close enough to town to enjoy everything Charlottesville has to offer, but secluded enough to give a great sense of privacy. Perfect for a rustic weekend getaway.
Chad's bed was great! I had just what I needed, a dark quiet sleep on a comfortable bed. He was very welcoming and explained all I needed to know. It's a no-frills place, low on style and amenities, with a few quirks pertaining to water and heating, but it gets the job done if you're not in a fussy mood. And vinyl record fans will be in heaven.
Chad's cottage was exactly what we expected and we couldn't have been happier. The location is great, the feel of the cottage is very cozy and comfortable and perfect for a couple or single person wanting a relaxing break from urban life. We stayed two nights and had a great time staying warm by the fire pit outside, looking at stars and cooking way too much food for just two people (it was Thanksgiving). While basic, the place had everything we needed, and the bed and couch were very comfortable. The location was great for getting to hiking spots and also wineries, which is exactly what we were looking for.
Chad's place was great - a quaint, little cottage right outside of Charlottesville. We enjoyed walking around in the 7 acre wooded area, having campfires, and listening to records! Would definitely stay here again.
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful time at chads cottage in the woods. The place was not too far out of the city but also not too close. This was the perfect jumping off point for a walk in the Woods at the Shenandoah National Park. We also enjoyed playing some old records and love the feel of real vinyl. He has everything you need for cooking and the place was very comfortable. This is exactly what we needed for a weekend getaway in the woods. Remember to bring some wood for yourself to use in the outdoor fire pit. We even got to make smores. Chad answered all the questions we had and gave us tips on where to go. I would recommend a sushi place in Charlottesville named now and Zen.