Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

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Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby Potomac River Cowboy » Wed Nov 06, 2013 2:19 pm

I will be down hunting the Cambridge area Thursday and Friday (11/14 and 11/15). I normally make the drive down, but was wondering if any had recommendations on private homes that may be available for short term rentals. 3 guys, place to park a truck off street. I have already checked the typical vacation rental websites and only found a few that would be reasonably priced for three guys. Please PM me with information.

I am aware of the the hotels available in Cambridge. Anyone ever leave kayaks/canoes in their truck (secured with locks/cables) without them walking off?

Thanks for the input.

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Re: Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby mdfowlman » Wed Nov 06, 2013 4:25 pm

There is the America's best value inn. Its kinda out dated and crappy but clean for around 60 a night and they r dog friendly. I have left my deer stand in the truck there and I have seen guys leave yaks and marsh rats on thier trucks with no thievery
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Re: Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby ohioboy » Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:17 pm

mdfowlman wrote:There is the America's best value inn. Its kinda out dated and crappy but clean for around 60 a night and they r dog friendly. I have left my deer stand in the truck there and I have seen guys leave yaks and marsh rats on thier trucks with no thievery


ditto. left decoys and kayak in the truck. cant go wrong. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand porn in the bible and telephone book.
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Re: Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby Potomac River Cowboy » Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:57 pm

Haha, thanks guys. I'll try it out, crappy and cheap is my kind of place.
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Re: Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby ohioboy » Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:51 pm

Potomac River Cowboy wrote:Haha, thanks guys. I'll try it out, crappy and cheap is my kind of place.

pm me if you have questions.
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Re: Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby Montauker » Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:01 am

I spent a night down there last year at the Comfort Inn (they allow dogs).

Comfy, affordable and I believe that they have video cameras in the parking areas. My stuff was in the truck, no issues and there were other trucks there as well.
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Re: Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby Potomac River Cowboy » Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:43 am

Thanks again. I guess living close to the city for the last few years has turned me a little paranoid... I've had tools, a bike, and even my Jeep stolen, so I have gotten into the habit of locking everything I own down.
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Re: Rentals around Vienna/Cambridge

Postby Montauker » Fri Nov 08, 2013 9:12 am

The guns come into the room with me. I can live with losing a few decoys (my wife would welcome it), but a gun is a different story.

I live in an urban area and I have had some stuff lift from the back of the truck (decoys, that I actually found; fishing rod at Wawa on 50) and someone broke into my truck and took an ipod. Keeping stuff out of sight or locked down is a big deterrence.
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