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Waterfront Paradise Crows Nest Cove

SuperhostReedville, Virginia, USA
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Secluded, two-story cedar 3 bedroom house on 2.5 acres, waterfront, boat-ramp, 4 kayaks, hot tub. fire pit, wood, boat dock and kitchen privileges in a park-like setting near the Chesapeake Bay. Five minutes from Reedville. Children and dogs welcome. Fish and crab. My room is on the first floor.

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There are two separate private bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs with views of the surrounding woods and water, accommodating a total of 7 guests. I only rent to families or friends who know each other. I do not rent each room separately.

Children and dogs are welcome. Fish and crab during summer. Kitchen privileges.

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2 upstairs bed rooms, bathroom, including kitchen, WiFi, satellite TV in all rooms, Netflix, Apple Music, boat ramp, pier, kayaks and tether ball. large front porch faces the creek.

I have 4 kayaks and life vests that you may use at your own risk. Damn! I hate saying that! I sound like an attorney!

I live here. My room is downstairs. Your 2 rooms and bathroom are upstairs.

Feel free to play loud music, dance and cook at 3:00 AM. Nothing bothers me.

During your stay feel free to ask me for directions, advice, or assistance but do NOT ask for PERMISSION. You HAVE my permission to do whatever you want whenever you want to do it.

Andre ting det er verdt å merke seg
Your children and pets are welcome. I have no pets but a cat lives in my yard and raccoons and possums visit my front porch every night. Please feed your dogs on the front porch.

Please smoke outside. I will teach your children to put their dishes in the dish washer and not the sink.
Secluded, two-story cedar 3 bedroom house on 2.5 acres, waterfront, boat-ramp, 4 kayaks, hot tub. fire pit, wood, boat dock and kitchen privileges in a park-like setting near the Chesapeake Bay. Five minutes from Reedville. Children and dogs welcome. Fish and crab. My room is on the first floor.

Stedet
There are two separate private bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs with views of the surroundin…

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Soverom 1
1 queen-size seng
Soverom 2
1 queen-size seng, 2 dobbelsenger, 1 enkeltseng, 1 køyeseng, 2 hengekøyer

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Reedville, Virginia, USA

Search the web for Reedville, Virginia or the Northern.

Reedville was named for Captain Elijah W. Reed (1827-1888). In 1874, Reed, a sea captain from Maine, came south to the Chesapeake Bay and recognized the potential of the menhaden fishing industry. As early as the 1620s, in the area which became New England, the Native Americans had taught the Plymouth Colony's settlers the value of burying menhaden in each hill of corn, as fertilizer.

Captain Reed moved his business from Brooklin, Maine, to the Northern Neck, and brought to the established community of watermen a method of extracting large quantities of oil from the fish, by rendering them by the millions. Their oil was used as a lubricant and in lighting, as whale oil was; and the leftover bones and carcasses were valuable as fertilizer. He opened the first processing plant. By 1885, Reedville was heavily engaged in the menhaden fishing industry. Menhaden processing factories on Cockrell Creek produced fish oil, meal, and fertilizer from menhaden. The menhaden fishing industry brought tremendous wealth to Reedville and to Northumberland County. Reedville, a town of approximately 500, was once known as the wealthiest town in the United States, due to its large income produced by the menhaden industry.[2]

Fishing boat captains and factory owners, who made their fortunes from menhaden, built homes along what is now Main Street.

Dozens of fish processing factories, most recently Omega Protein Corporation (successor to Zapata Haynie, Reedville Oil and Guano Company, and Haynie Products Company) and Standard Products Company, have dotted the Northumberland coastline near Reedville and other fishing communities.

Omega Protein remains the largest industrial organization in the area. The company, with several hundred employees, has a fleet of large oceangoing fish-harvesting vessels supported by a number of spotter aircraft. Menhaden, once caught, are cooked in large mass and processed for further use in various applications including as a protein additive for poultry feed; Tyson Foods is a large customer.

Businesses in Reedville also offer sport fishing charters and regularly-scheduled cruises to Tangier Island. Lodging in the small community is offered in bed and breakfast establishments. Several large houses on Millionaire's Row are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2008, newer homes were built in the last-remaining available lots on Millionaire's Row.

The Reedville Fisherman's Museum has restored the oldest home in the community; known as the Walker House, it houses the museum in conjunction with adjacent buildings. The museum also has two vessels, the skipjack Claude W. Somers and the deck boat Elva C, which were entered on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005. The museum, which dedicates itself to preserving the watermen's heritage, has historical information about Reedville, the Chesapeake Bay, and the menhaden fishing industry.

Omega Protein remains the largest industrial organization in the area. The company, with several hundred employees, has a fleet of large oceangoing fish-harvesting vessels supported by a number of spotter aircraft. Menhaden, once caught, are cooked in large mass and processed for further use in various applications including as a protein additive for poultry feed; Tyson Foods is a large customer.

Businesses in Reedville also offer sport fishing charters and regularly-scheduled cruises to Tangier Island. Lodging in the small community is offered in bed and breakfast establishments. Several large houses on Millionaire's Row are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2008, newer homes were built in the last-remaining available lots on Millionaire's Row.
Search the web for Reedville, Virginia or the Northern.

Reedville was named for Captain Elijah W. Reed (1827-1888). In 1874, Reed, a sea captain from Maine, came south to the Chesapeake Bay and recog…
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I live here. I will interact with you as much or as little as you want.

There are 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs. One room has a queen bed and access to exterior deck and the other has 2 double, raised futon-type beds. One of those has a single bunk bed on top.
I live here. I will interact with you as much or as little as you want.

There are 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs. One room has a queen bed and access to exterio…
Tom er en Superhost
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