Enjoy the charm of a country farmhouse in the beautiful Bullpasture Valley of Highland County, Virginia. Built in 1885, the house sheltered an old Highland County family and raised eight children during the Depression. Now in the process of coming back to life after several years of loneliness, it is a delightful place for you and yours to rest and relax. Situated on over 100 acres, the house oversees a flock of chickens and several horses on a daily basis. The Bullpasture River flows through the property, offering wading, swimming, catch and release fishing for rainbow trout, brook trout, and smallmouth bass, and general outdoor fun. Depending on the season, you can experience making hay, pressing apple cider, harvesting vegetables, gathering eggs or making maple syrup. Your hosts will make you feel right at home.