This spacious cottage has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms, including a main riverfront bedroom with king bed, secondary riverfront bedroom with queen bed, and large upstairs room with two full beds and a pullout couch. Note: the upstairs room has an exterior entrance off the living room.
Downstairs, the fully stocked kitchen opens up to a breakfast area where you can sip your morning coffee while taking in stunning river views.
Then, stroll through the open, airy space to the cozy living room with its roaring fireplace (one of your hosts would like to note this is the perfect off-season spot for a glass of nbourbon and watching football), a front sitting area for a sunset read, and a dining area that seats 8.
If you’re looking for a spot with strong wifi to work remotely, this is it! Take your meetings while looking out at the river or head upstairs to the ‘office’ with a desk and a Zoom-ready background.
Outside, you’ll find Adirondack chairs and a Solo stove fire pit overlooking the Rappahannock River, a pool open end of April through mid-fall, a darling rose garden, and even a white picket fence. The charm here is unrivaled –– Rosehill Cottage is your hideaway on the river.
Rosehill Cottage is located in Locust Hill. You’ll drive through unspoiled woods and, just as the trees break, you’ll see the river. We have parking right out front.
We’re so delighted to welcome people into our home! Renovating and decorating Rosehill Cottage has been a labor of love, and we’ve put so much thought and care into creating a home that we feel honors its sense of history and place. You can continue to follow along with us at @rosehillcottagerappahannock.
We welcome up to two dogs per stay with a pet fee of $25/night per dog. Please contact us if you wish to bring your dog(s).
If you’re unfamiliar with the area, we’re located in Locust Hill, right down the road from Urbanna, where you’ll find small town dining and shopping –– as well as the heralded Urbanna Oyster Festival. We’re also just a quick drive from the Northern Neck, Irvington, the Tides Inn, and, our favorite restaurant in the area, Adrift.
If you’re the antiquing sort, this is your region. Reach out and we’ll give you recs –– Heather doesn’t want to reveal all her sources here 😉