Bed and Breakfast West Virginia

Imagine staying in a lovely bed and breakfast in West Virginia with picturesque mountain views. You can also stay by West Virginia’s winding Potomac River if you are seeking peace and tranquillity.

Bed and Breakfast West Virginia

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Explore Bed and Breakfasts in West Virginia

Whether you want to get away from it all, have a romantic interlude  with a loved one, or enjoy a family vacation with the kids, you’ll find  adventure at a West Virginia Bed and Breakfast.

West Virginia is known for its acres of forestland, glistening bodies of water,  wildlife, and deep historical roots. You’ll discover quaint towns and  mountain hamlets throughout the state.

    Natural Features

  • West Virginia is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Enclosed by the snow-capped mountains,  the towns are picturesque and a large draw for tourists year-round. In  the Eastern Panhandle of the state, you can try out your rock-climbing  abilities on the sheer rock cliffs or you can take pictures of the  rugged crag. The peak is only accessible by modern rock-climbing  techniques which makes it a challenge for rock climbers who flock to the  area to try their hand at the rock face. The state is even home to a  network of caves. You can visit the Lost World Caverns and take a tour.

  • Food and Drink

  • The Mountain State is known for its homestyle meals. Try favorites like fresh-caught  rainbow trout or meatloaf. For breakfast, many establishments serve up  hearty plates of biscuits and gravy. You’ll find roadside diners and  upscale luxury resorts serving up a variety of classic dishes. Local  favorites include an ice-cold can of Barges Root Beer and coleslaw. A  platter of cornbread and pinto beans is another wholesome state dish. In  the springtime, virtually every dinner offers state ripened ramps along  with taters.

  • Activities

  • History buffs are drawn to the town of Harpers Ferry.  The town was the location where the abolitionist John Brown decided to  free slaves by taking control of 100,000 weapons housed at the town’s  Armory. After a fierce battle that resulted in the death of most of his  men, Brown was taken into custody and hanged for his crimes.

    Charles Town is another historic small town that has a quintessential charm. Its historic main street is filled with shops and places to grab a bite to eat. The Hillbrook Inn in Charles Town is home to 19 guest suites and conveniently located close to  everything. The Inn was built on the first land ever purchased by George  Washington in 1750. It is also located only a few miles from Harpers Ferry. While staying at the establishment, you can try your hand at Lady Luck at the Hollywood Casino. Enjoy mountain views, the Potomac River, and more.

    Art lovers are drawn to Berkeley Springs.  The spa town sits about 90 minutes from the Washington/Baltimore metro  area. The mineral hot springs always draw people looking for a soak in  the full-service spas. The town is home to blocks of unique shops, art  galleries, and world-class dining options. Within the town, you can  choose from over 100 lodging choices. Also, there are biking, swimming,  hiking, and golfing opportunities. Throughout the year, festivals,  theater, and live music events are hosted.

    The city of Huntington sits on the Ohio River. It is at the central point where the tips of Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia meet. It also has the distinction of being the largest river port in the U.S.

    The Greenbrier Resort sits in the heart of the mountains in White Sulphur Springs.  The resort has been in business since 1778 when it was a lovely Victorian home. Now the lavish establishment is sure to amaze its guest during every season.

  • Weather

  • The summer days in West Virginia are hot and humid. The temperature rarely tops 90 degrees Fahrenheit.  In the winter months, the temperature can dip to the 30s but usually  hover in the 40s. Many people opt to visit West Virginia in the autumn when the weather is mild, and the trees’ foliage has  started to change to brilliant hues. Other tourists who enjoy water  sports like to tour the state during the summer.

  • History

  • West Virginia arose to prominence during the strife of the Civil War. The state of  Virginia wanted to secede from the United States, but the mountain  region of the state did not want to leave the unity of the U.S. so  decided to break with Virginia and form their own state of West Virginia. On Jun 20, 1963, Congress gave the budding area what they wanted, statehood’ and West Virginia was born. The state quickly became a major coal producer and would supply up to 15 percent of the nation’s black coal needs.

  • Things to do

  • Will you be visiting Harpers Ferry and Charles Town? Why not check out Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. You can also tour John Brown’s Fort.  If history isn’t your thing then why not try gambling at the Hollywood Casino. Stay in the hub of things at the Hillbrook Inn.

    Whether you are staying in a Victorian Bed and Breakfast steps away from the Potomac River or in a boutique hotel with mountain views, you are sure to find things to do in West Virginia.

    If you are on your honeymoon with your loved one then stay at the historic Greenbrier Resort for a memorable romantic getaway. If you want to try yourself to mineral mountain spas then book accommodations at Berkeley Springs.

    Are you planning to fish or boat? Why not stay at the port town of Huntington for a memorable riverside experience? Learn about regional farming and its importance to West Virginia by touring the Heritage Farm Museum.

Bed and Breakfast West Virginia FAQ

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  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a West Virginia Bed and Breakfast?

    When making a lodging choice, you’ll want to decide what amenities are must-haves.  Do you want a dining room with a gourmet breakfast? How about air conditioning? Does the lodging need to be within walking distance of downtown? You’ll want to find out if the guest rooms have private baths. If you are vacationing with children then you might want to consider renting a guest house. Many bed and breakfasts have spas and free Wi-Fi. Check to see if they have an acceptable cancellation policy in case something comes up and you must change your plans.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in West Virginia?

    Are you planning the perfect weekend getaway with mountain views then head for Harpers Ferry and Charles Town? Book a room at the Hillbrook Inn. You can also head to the Hollywood Casino at night to try your hand at a few games of chance. You can also explore the Potomac.

    If your goal is a romantic getaway then head to either Greenbrier or a Victorian bed and breakfast in Berkeley Springs. You can explore the history of the area, shop, and dine at world-class establishments.

    For a vacation rental with the family try Huntington. During the day, you can embark on wilderness adventures like hiking and fishing.

  • How can I get around West Virginia?

    West Virginia is a mountain state.  The towns are smaller and space out. To genuinely enjoy everything that  the state has to offer, you are going to need to rent a car. If you  plan on staying in just one small town then try to book a bed and breakfast close to downtown so you can easily walk to restaurants and shops.  Also, many lodging choices offer bicycles to their guests to rent that  can help you get around to sightsee. Yeager is the major airport in the  state and it's located in Charleston. Some hotels offer free hotel transports.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in West Virginia?

    When trying to find the best bed and breakfast in West Virginia,  you’ll encounter a wide assortment of establishments. If you are  traveling with your dog then you’ll want to look for a pet-friendly bed and breakfast in West Virginia. For a romantic weekend getaway, look for a romantic bed and breakfast in West Virginia.

    If you are staying in Berkeley Springs and you want the full spa experience then you’ll want to investigate staying at a Best Virginia Bed and Breakfast spa that will feature soaks in the mineral springs. You’ll also find that a great deal of the bed and breakfast West Virginia romantic lodging choices are in the vicinity and offer couple specials.