Well, where do we begin? How about that it’s a 5-bedroom, 4-bath home constructed of customized stone and woodwork, and has everything you need to have a vivacious vacation and more. There’s the reclaimed bar top from the historic “Senate Bar,” a popular spot in the early 20th century. Couple that with retro mirrors and neon signs, and you’ll feel like you’re in an authentic saloon. Only in this place, you’ll probably be more careful with the popcorn. And when you finish your pre-movie drink, grab your bowl of popcorn and head back to the home theater to catch the latest flick in optimal comfort. It’s like your very own downtown, only this one is downstairs.
Head upstairs for a delicious meal to make your “dinner and a movie” evening complete. This spacious “restaurant” has every appliance you need to please even the pickiest customers. You’ll just need a head chef to prepare it for you. Once you’re stomach is satisfied, it’s relaxation time. Grab a seat in front of the fire in the exposed-beam living room and gaze out the cathedral-like windows for a glimpse into the grandiose landscape that waits just outside. Well, just beyond that alluring hot tub that sits on your porch, of course.
Oh and, rest assured, there’s plenty of places to rest too. Get cornered in the views from the master bedroom. Send the kids off to their dueling bunk beds. Get exposed to the wood-themed atmosphere of yet another room or head up to the crow’s nest bedroom to nestle down for the evening and wake up with a birds-eye understanding of the hills in the distance. But that distance is not as far as you think. You’re just a seven-minute drive to the Town or Mountain Village. That is, should you even decide to venture out. That’s because you can clearly see you have all you need, right here, at the Valley View Manor.