Stonewall Jackson Cabin

Stonewall Jackson Cabin Amenities

  • Queen Bed downstairs in private bedroom
  • Two Queen beds upstairs in loft
  • Private out door hot tub
  • Full Kitchen
  • Gas Stove
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Coffee Maker
  • Toaster
  • Dishwasher
  • Private Bathroom with bath tub / shower combo
  • TV with DVD player
  • Gas Fireplace and Electric Heat
  • Propane Grill
  • Out door fire pit
  • No phone
  • No Wifi zone
  • All linens, Towels, & Kitchen Utensils supplied
  • We do suggest bringing beach towels for the hot tub

History of the Stonewall Jackson Cabin

  • The Stonewall Jackson Cabin was named after Lieutenant General Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson
  • Born January 21, 1824 – Died May 10, 1863image1-1 Stonewall Jackson Cabin West Virginia CabinsThomas Jonathan “Stonewall”

Jackson was a Confederate lieutenant general in the Civil War. He won his nickname at the Battle of First Bull Run (First Manassas), but it was his actions at Harpers Ferry in 1861, his 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign, and the flanking maneuver at the Battle of Chancellorsville that made him a military legend. Only General Robert E. Lee occupies a higher place in the Confederate pantheon, and prior to the Seven Days Battles, Jackson was a greater hero to the South than Lee was. A devout Christian who believed in predestination, he saw himself as an instrument of God’s will, an Old Testament–style commander of armies in the service of his Lord. He was mortally wounded by his own men during the Battle of Chancellorsville, and many people have speculated that if he had been alive to participate in Lee’s Pennsylvania Campaign the Battle of Gettysburg would have resulted in Confederate victory.

Testimonials

“Since my husband has many, many cousins in this area of West Virginia, we have been staying @ Jerico B&B for the last 5 or 6 years. We’ve tried staying in several of their Pre Civil War cabins (Patton, Yank, Rebel & Ruckman) and looked at several of the larger ones too. Each cabin is always meticulously kept and the owners are the friendliest people – even more so for us, since they’re related to Chris’ Mom’s ancestors.

With lots of trails to hike or bike and many interesting places to visit in the area, we would definitely recommend you spend some time at Jerico Bed & Breakfast. There are many wonderful restaurants to visit – plus fishing in the Spring/skiing in the winter & railroad trains to ride on………………why would you miss it!”

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