Virginia Cabins & Vacation Rentals

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Madison Heights, Amherst County, Virginia
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Recommended vacation rentals in Virginia

Rent a vacation accommodation in Virginia: from $41 per night

from $70
800 ft² Apartment
2 1
Cornerstone, Lynchburg, Virginia
5.0
"Excellent" 18 reviews
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from $130
800 ft² Apartment
4 2
Bay View, Norfolk, Virginia
4.9
"Excellent"
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from $148
890 ft² House
5 2
Luray, 1, West Luray, Virginia
4.6
"Excellent" 52 reviews
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from $160
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6 3
Moneta, Lakes, Virginia
5.0
"Excellent" 1 review
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from $153
700 ft² House
4 1
Gloucester Courthouse, Abingdon, Virginia
5.0
"Excellent" 93 reviews
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from $129
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6 3
North Shore, Gills Creek, Virginia
4.3
"Outstanding" 4 reviews
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from $124
810 ft² Apartment
4 2
Bay View, Norfolk, Virginia
4.4
"Outstanding" 3 reviews
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from $209
2000 ft² House
6 3
Bailey's Crossroads, Mason, Virginia
4.9
"Excellent" 21 reviews
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 Vacation homes with fishing spots nearby

from $141
1500 ft² House
6 3
Northeast Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia
4.5
"Excellent" 36 reviews
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from $145
360 ft² Apartment
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Northeast Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia
4.7
"Excellent" 6 reviews
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from $142
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4 2
Lakes, Bedford County, Virginia
5.0
"Excellent" 20 reviews
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from $113
500 ft² House
4 1
Chester Gap, Wakefield, Virginia
4.9
"Excellent" 52 reviews
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 Vacation rentals with a fireplace

from $77
1190 ft² House
8 2
Madison Heights, Amherst County, Virginia
5.0
"Excellent" 6 reviews
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from $93
520 ft² House
3 1
Blue Ridge, Patrick County, Virginia
4.8
"Excellent" 19 reviews
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from $116
330 ft² House
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Barracks Rugby, Charlottesville, Virginia
4.9
"Excellent" 18 reviews
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from $63
1420 ft² House
6 2
Lakes, Bedford County, Virginia
4.3
"Outstanding" 30 reviews
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 Apartments with a balcony or patio

from $155
440 ft² Apartment
3
Northeast Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia
4.9
"Excellent" 46 reviews
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from $115
1190 ft² House
5 2
Moneta, Lakes, Virginia
5.0
"Excellent" 11 reviews
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from $100
1290 ft² House
2 1
Northeast Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia
5.0
"Excellent" 1 review
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from $121
1000 ft² Apartment
4 1
Falls Church, Virginia, United States
4.4
"Outstanding" 178 reviews
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Popular rental amenities in Virginia

  • Kitchen (5,916)
  • Internet (5,852)
  • Microwave (5,609)
  • TV (5,406)
  • Parking (5,333)
  • No smoking (5,104)
  • AC (4,722)
  • Washer (4,283)
  • Dishwasher (4,121)
  • Grill (3,948)
  • No pets (3,071)
  • Pool (3,003)

Price and Availability Index Virginia

Vacation Rental Price Information in Virginia

This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Virginia. Prices in a week of May (5/26 - 6/2) go up to $266 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 6 months. Prices decrease in January to an average of $223 per night (1/26 - 2/2).

Rental Availability Information in Virginia

Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Virginia. In a week of June (6/30 - 7/7), 43% of the vacation rentals are booked. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of September (9/15 - 9/22).

The weather in Virginia

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Above are the weather conditions for Virginia. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 87° On the contrary, the coolest month is February. It may rain 15 days in July while it typically rains only 8 days in November.

Virginia Cabin Rentals: Experience colonial charm

Nicknamed the Old Dominion, Virginia is one of America's most historical states. The first overseas dominion of the kings and queens of England, this state has a unique heritage and charm. Nestled in between the Atlantic Coast and the Appalachian Mountains, this southeastern state is an ideal destination for those looking for time on the beach and outdoor activities.

Virginia is also known for being the birthplace of eight past presidents of the United States, earning it the nickname the "Mother of Presidents." The plantation of Monticello , located in Virginia's Albemarle County, was the home of Thomas Jefferson. He designed the house himself, taking inspiration from an Italian-style villa. It is a popular attraction and one of the most visited presidential homes in the country.

Virginia's largest city, Virginia Beach, is one of the top draws for visitors to the state. Here, you'll find everything you need for a memorable vacation. To make your vacation as pleasurable as possible, you can book a stay in a Virginia vacation rental where you can enjoy home comforts. Houses by the beach, cabin rentals and luxury condos are just some of the options on offer.

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Food & Drinks

Try Virginia's local cuisine

During your vacation in Virginia, uncover the authentic taste of by sampling some of the local delicacies. The state is the third biggest seafood producer in the US, so it's commonplace to see freshly caught oysters, blue crabs and clams featuring on the menu at local eateries.

Peanuts and ham are some of the other foods that Virginia is known for, with Smithfield Hams being amongst the most famous. The law dictates that this ham must be cured within the town limits. Head to the Smithfield Gourmet Bakery and Café for an unforgettable meal.

Weather & Climate

Climate in Virginia and the best time to book a cabin rental

Virginia cabin rentals are ideal for those looking to partake in winter sports. Try out the many ski trails and slopes that are on offer for tourists. If you can only make it to your Virginia vacation rental in the fall, this time of the year is just as stunning. Enjoy cooler temperatures and the remarkable spectacle of golden-colored foliage everywhere. Of course, if you choose to visit for the 4th of July, you’ll catch the spectacular annual Independence Day fireworks display.

Summer is the best time to hit the Virginia Beach or visit a spa for relaxation. Depending on how you want to spend your vacation, Virginia is a year-round destination for tourists.

Attractions

Things not to miss while visiting Virginia

For a truly historical stay, you can experience colonial life when you see the real-life replicas of three colonial sailing ships in Jamestown Settlement, Virginia. Located on the Potomac River, the city of Alexandria is known for its Old Town, and the Shenandoah Valley offers hikers and nature lovers the chance to enjoy remarkable scenery. At the end of all your adventure, head to Barboursville vineyards for the exquisite taste of fine wine. A trip to Virginia is incomplete without this.

Art & Culture

Discover Virginia's art and culture

The state's rich history has contributed to the contemporary art and culture scene in Virginia. The living-history museum of Colonial Williamsburg gives you the opportunity to travel back in time. Williamsburg used to be the capital of the Virginia Colony during the American Revolution. Colonial Williamsburg recreates that period, and features guides dressed in costumes and 18th century structures.

Lovers of the performing arts should visit the wonderful Barter Theater in Abingdon. It is one of the longest running professional theaters in the US and several shows are performed throughout the year. When Robert Porterfield founded the place, he let patrons pay with food or goods - the reason why the theater got its unique name.

Family Activities

Great outdoor locations to discover with children in Virginia:

Two of Virginia’s most famous outdoor spots are the George Washington Birthplace National Monument and the Shenandoah National Park, both of which are great places to take active and energetic youngsters. Let the whole family enjoy a day of physical activity and fresh air.

Local Attractions

What else to see and explore in Virginia

Check out the fascinating Arts District in the state capital Richmond if you enjoy perusing galleries and window shopping. Boutique stores such as Rosewood Clothing have everything for today’s fashionista. In Orange, you’ll find an abundance of artisan treasures curated from local artisans and designers. Robinson Street is a cool boulevard with unique stores selling individual pieces you won’t find anywhere else.

Local Events

Virginia events to attend

The state hosts several events throughout the year but the historic Norfolk Harborfest in June is one of the most popular. This waterfront event has been celebrated for over three decades and features boat shows, spectacular fireworks and lots of water activities.

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