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Chesapeake Bay | Blue Ridge HighlandsShenandoah Valley | Central Virginia
Ivy Cottage on the Piankatank River - Billed as an upscale cottage for two, this lovely has a private pier and provides your breakfast of cereals, coffee, tea, sweet bread, and a quart of milk.
Azalea Cottage - Secluded East River views await the couple seeking solitude and privacy.
Lillehamn - Privacy is key, and water views don't hurt! Use the on-site kayak or canoe on the Woodas Creek.
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Barren Springs -
Blue Moon Honeymoon Cottage - Designed with couples in mind, of course!
Creeper Trail Cottages - How about the renowned Virginia Creeper Trail on one side and the Laurel River on the other? Private fishing and everything you need to set up house.
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Blue Grass -
Chestnut Cottage - Perched on 135 acres of a working farm in cool Highland County, this is a mild summer vacation similar to that of New England.
The Guest House at Grace Hill Farm - Privacy prevails at this cute cottage on Grace Hill Farm, 100 acres lying in the shadows of mountains.
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Cottages at Chesley Creek Farm - Pick from four distinct cottages. Two serve couples only; all are fully stocked - "down to the napkins" - except there's no TV or internet at these wooded retreats! Board games, books, and the possibility of magic in the woods will enchant both couples and kids.
Acorn Inn Cottage - Quite private and popular with honeymooners and small families looking for privacy. Sleeps up to five. Pets are allowed with fee.
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