Woolgathering and Rain Watching

from Chris

With another fall semester about to start for me, I took a little “personal retreat” time at the Log Home yesterday. Of all Stevenson Ridge’s cabins, the Log Home has perhaps the most epic front porch for passing the time. It’s a great spot for woolgathering with a cold beer or a glass of wine. In the mornings, it’s the perfect setting for that first cup or two of coffee.

We’ve had sweltering days this week, which finally …


Rehearsal Dinner at the Log Home

from Cassandra

The night before the Debicki wedding, we hosted their charming rustic rehearsal dinner on the front porch of one of our favorite cabins, The Log Home.

Their dinner sat about 25 people comfortably, surrounded by wedding day florals and candle-lit lanterns. Overlooking the pond and surrounding cabins, the guests enjoyed a buffet-style dinner accompanied by a self-serve Bellini Bar with an assortment of fruit.

We could not have asked for more perfect weather for their rehearsal night. Even …


A “Delightful” Stay in the Log Home

We’re always pleased to get nice reviews from guests: “The cabin and the surrounding grounds were terrific. With no hyperbole I give a solid 5 stars.”

These kind words come from guests who recently stayed in the Log Home. They got married that morning and then came to Stevenson Ridge for a quiet getaway:

“The cabin was truly delightful. The historic elements along with comfort and cleanliness provided a wonderful realm of escape from the modern churn of life. Sitting


From a Guest in the Log Home

LogHomePorchfrom Jenny

It’s always nice to hear that one of our inn guests had a great stay. We recently had this five-star rating come to us via TripAdvisor:

“What an amazing place! Loved it so much we turned a two-day stay into a three-day stay and we still didn’t want to leave. Fresh from commencement at National Harbor, MD—Masters in History from American Public University—I wanted to continue with the history theme, [and] the Log Home looked like the perfect …