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Vacation Rental in Bedford, VA

Elmo's Rest is a farm vacation rental operated by Nancy and Danny Johnson on the fifth generation family farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

Everything is furnished but the food and you! Elmo's Rest comes completely furnished to accommodate groups, families and couples. The kitchen is equipped with the basics or you can dine out - (either gourmet or fast food) 5-25 miles.

Elmo’s Rest Rates

$139 per night for two guests (minimum stay three nights)

$12 per night for each additional guest or dog

$250 deposit required to book dates.

$50 Cleaning Fee

25% discount on stay of 7 or more days

Plus 12.3% Sales and Lodging Tax

There are 250 acres of orchards, pasture, woods, farm animals, and ponds Farm Animalslocated in Bedford County, between Roanoke and Lynchburg.We are also about 4 hours from these areas Washington, Tennessee, West Virginia.

The house is a roomy 1900's farm house furnished for comfort, convenience and a sense of history.

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Elmo's Rest

2122 Sheep Creek Road

Bedford, VA 24523


PHONE: (540) 586-3707

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painting artist Joseph O’Dorisio
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photo by Nancy Luger