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Kerr Lake Getaway

Bailey’s Bass Shack is located in Boydton, Virginia on Eastland Creek of Buggs Island (also known as Kerr Lake). It’s a beautiful private home with plenty of room and large yard and surrounded on 3 sides by woods. The Shack is 1 1/2 hours from Richmond and 1 hour north of Raleigh NC.

SMOKING OUTSIDE ONLY! Please dispose of your butts in receptacle or firepit.

Lakefront: Wooded area along shoreline blocks the direct view of the lake from the house.

This beautiful refurbished home is on a rear corner of small subdivision (very private) with a private path leading to the dock and water. There is no phone in the house and poor cell reception, but Verizon has very good wireless service.

Bailey’s Bass Shack is located in Boydton, VA halfway between Clarksville and South Hill. Many restaurants are located in both towns. We recommend Cooper’s Landing in Clarksville (premium, but worth it) and Horseshoe Restaurant in South Hill (family oriented). Both towns are about 25 mins in either direction.

Rose’s Pizza located in the town of Boydton (2 miles). Click here to see more about activities and attractions.

Highlights of the House:

3 Bedrooms – Sleeps 10 – Linens included!
Kitchen – full size kitchen with all accessories
Raised Fire Pit with plenty of free firewood
Outdoor electric charging station for your trolling motors
Private 12 x 12 dock (short walk down wooded path)

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Weekly $895
Weekend $375

$300 refundable security deposit required.
Add 7% Virginia sales and use/occupancy taxes.

Full payment must be made at least 10 days in advance.
Pets welcome with permission.
$100 Deposit ($50 refundable) per approved pet.
Minimum Age Limit for Renters:
No rentals to individuals under 25.
No refunds for bad weather or bad fishing.

Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.

Owners – Lisa & Junior Bailey
Kerr Lake, Boydton, VA
(804) 347-1470
getaway@baileysbassshack.com

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