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How Luray Cabin Life Happened

When you live in Washington, D.C. you live in the hustle and bustle of the city. You thrive on the endless energy, events, and to-dos... but sometimes you just have to get away.

Luray is the perfect place to unplug and just be. It's 90 miles from DC and 123 miles from Richmond. It's just far enough to feel like you're far away, but less than a 2 and a half hour drive. As you drive over the mountains life slows down, in the best way possible.

We found our cabin at the top of the mountain and spent a few years turning blending modern and rustic to create our ultimate getaway. No dead animal heads on the walls or shabby chic doilies. Just clean lines, great art, and modern luxuries in the woods.

We thought we'd go a couple of weekends a year, but every time we visited Luray we had marvelous adventures, found fantastic restaurants, and connected as a family. We kept going back, and couldn't help but share our excitement over our new-found getaway place.

The mountains are calling and I must go. - John Muir

Suddenly friends were asking to stay at our cabin, and their friends wanted to escape from their busy lives and unwind in the country. Our cabin became a bit of a destination and we wanted to share everything we loved about cabin life in Luray. Not just the big things like the Luray Caverns, but the little things like the trails to find waterfalls, and the best place to get apple cider donuts.

The need to share our favorite hiking trails, restaurants, activities, and experiences in Shenandoah led to the creation of Luray Cabin Life. Follow us to share the beauty, peace, and great times of a place that we love!

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