Experience casual country living on a 27-acre, family-owned orchard and surrounding grounds. Hall’s Orchard and House is located on a resettlement site of the Shenandoah National Park established during the presidential terms of Hoover and F.D.R. Guests can enter the Skyline Drive in minutes from Hall’s Orchard and House at either the Thornton Gap Entrance Station or Front Royal Entrance Station.Hall’s House is a three level home build in 2007 with large and open living spaces. It has an expansive front porch, balconies on two levels and two patios for relaxing. The house is decorated with vibrant colors and Asian influences. The three guest rooms are large and spacious with comfortable furnishings. Two of them have multiple beds. All rooms have sweeping, wide, commanding views of the Shenandoah National Park. Hall’s Orchard and House can be seen from Hogwallow Flats Overlook on the Skyline Drive.The orchard has 400 varieties of heirloom apples (all trees are tagged and cataloged) and is on the annual Rappahannock County Farm Tour and Festival. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.