Owner's Story - Love Living by Skyline Drive/Luray Caverns!

Who Am I?

I am an artist who studied design, photography, and graphic communication. Most of the art adorning the walls of this rental are my work. I designed this luxurious house, completed in 2008, with the goal of hospitality. As my two daughters move out to pursue their dreams in college, I am able to pursue my passion of welcoming visitors. I have moved to a smaller residence on the property, and am usually available for any assistance. It will be my pleasure to accommodate guests celebrating family vacations, weddings, reunions, business & spiritual retreats, and visitors to Skyline Drive & The Shenandoah National Park.


Why Did I Choose This Property?

I love nature, and I first fell in love with this 26 acres property because of the mountain view.  I also love the combination of meadow and woods.  I keep most of the property registered in the Page County Land Use Protection Program to conserve natural resources and protect local wildlife.  I maintain many paths through the woods so that visitors can take walks right on the property.  The view facing the Blue Ridge Mountains and Skyline Drive provides gorgeous sunrises and sunsets!


Although nature surrounds this property, it is located only 5 miles (10 minute drive) to Luray Caverns and 3.5 miles (5 minute drive) to downtown Luray.  Guests have many choices of shops, restaurants, and theaters (live and movie) to visit.  Luray even has an art gallery!

Why Skyline Meadow?

I named my home Skyline Meadow because of the rolling terrain which faces Skyline Drive.  My home is only 10 miles (15 minute drive) to Shenandoah National Park Thornton Gap Entrance. Visitors can travel along Skyline Drive to many beautiful overlooks or hike one of the many trails.