The Art Studio
The Art Studio
This rustic cabin, dubbed “The Art Studio” was once just that. Well-known local artist and author, Nancy Lamb used this structure as her art studio for her “Iron Mountain Stoneware” business. Proudly displayed on the walls within the property are several pieces of original artwork by her as well pieces crafted by other local artists. It was originally built as a “smoke house” which in earlier times, was an Appalachian staple.
Located just steps away from The Damascus Old Mill Inn, the property can accommodate up to 10 people. It features one king semi-private room, one queen private bedroom, common area with pullout sleeper sofa, double xl-twin loft, as well as a reading nook with an additional XL-twin bed. Guests can also enjoy all the comforts of home including a kitchenette, complimentary coffee & tea assortment as well as complimentary continental breakfast with hot items.
There is also a common area with a large flat screen TV, a dining table which could also serve as the perfect game table and amenities such as microwave, coffee maker, white noise machines, etc. On the second level is a spacious loft with a reading nook and outside, guests are met with gorgeous, picturesque mountain views.
The property is adjacent to the famous Creeper Trail where guests can hike or bike. Across the street, is the renowned “Damascus Old Mill Inn & Restaurant” offering a first-class menu that pairs perfectly with our one-of-a-kind‘High-End Bourbon Bar’ featuring Pappy Van Winkle and many more. Just outside on the decks of The Old Mill Inn, you will find not only breathtaking views, but some of the best trout fishing waters in the entire state of Virginia.