Blacksburg was a pleasant surprise on our way down south. Nice university town with quite a choice of restaurants.The house was roomy, peaceful, and tranquil in the woods. Views of fireflies from the bedroom window. Perfect for a family of four. Scarlet and her family were very pleasant and easy going. We joined them picking blackberries for breakfast and they served homemade oatmeal on the veranda. Delicious.
Kristine from Norway.
The guest house is a home run! I needed to be close to the Virginia Tech campus but did not want to be in a motel. Wow this was so quiet and had everything I needed. The kitchen had everything incl. a full spice rack. The grind it myself complimentary coffee was fantastic. A touch I really liked. The towels, sheets and bed were great. But the space itself is so comfortable and cozy while being huge and expansive. The deck is sweet and private. Vaulted ceilings, open floor plan. Excellent shower/tub! Everything was really great quality. Scarlet and her beautiful baby met me with wonderful smiles when I arrived. Since their part of the house is separate, I had no problem with my late hours. The wifi internet was fast and easy. Since I was working, this was crucial for communicating with my clients. I hope I get to return with either work or leisure sometime soon. A great place to catch fall colors!
Peter from North Carolina
Spacious accommodation with an abundance of natural light.Quiet setting yet close to town. Scarlett went out of her way to make us feel welcome and flex to our unexpected change in arrival time.Will definitely stay here again if the need arises.
Elisabeth from Washington State.
I am a Virginia Tech alumni and was back in town for a reunion and the spring game. Scarlett’s place was clean, spacious, and welcoming- perfect for our needs.She was very gracious in being flexible with our ever changing check in time. Had a great stay.
Jenn from South Carolina.