Amongst the hilly landscapes of West Virginia lies the Creekside Resort in Greenville. Guests to this charming resort can enjoy a variety of lodging choices including a farmhouse inn, private lodge suites, or cozy forest cottages.
The Creekside also boasts relaxing spa facilities that pamper guests with massages, facials, and body wraps. After a revitalizing spa treatment, feast on fabulous cuisine at the Farmhouse's dining area for dinner. Breakfasts are included each morning and can even be delivered to your suite or cottage.
Greenville plays host to some of the most beautiful natura. . .
Smoke Hole Caverns is family owned and operated. Our famiy has a deep respect for the history and heritage of this spectacular mountain tourist destination. Their profound appreciation for the mountain highland region located in the Seneca Rocks/Spruce Knob National Recreational Area comes from their roots that trace back several generations. We are a family that pays personal attention to every detail and strives to ensure perfection, from the beauty of the landscaping to the level of amenities, southern hospitality and the quality of log architecture.
Over the past 30 years in the making. . .
Picture a European style country house hotel cascading down a limestone ridge on eight levels, with 2000 panes of glass flooding the interior with light. Imagine the rich patina of old wood, the gleam of polished brass, the deep jewel tones of oriental carpets. . . .
This rustic inn provides the perfect setting for a special getaway anytime of the year. The North Fork Mountain Inn is situated amongst the scenic Appalachian Mountains and boasts beautiful nature views out every window. Mornings at the North Fork Mountain Inn begin with delicious breakfasts. From there on out, the decision is yours.
Do as much or as little as you want. Sail, wind surf, and even scuba dive at Mt. Storm Lake. Check out the Smoke Hole Caverns, Seneca Rocks, Dolly Sods Wilderness Area, the Cass Scenic Railroad, and Top Kick's Military Museum for starters. The choices are endl. . .
Adjacent to the Monongahela National Forest and surrounded by the Appalachians in the Allegheny Mountain region nestles Breath of Heaven Bed and Breakfast, your alternative to hotel – motel lodging. Located in Grant County in Petersburg, West Virginia, this B&B is only 10 minutes to canoeing or kayaking with access to the South Branch of the Potomac River and is about 20 minutes from golfing in Moorefield, WV in neighboring Hardy County. Travel west to hiking at Dolly Sods, rock climbing at Seneca Rock, or venture to the summit of Spruce Knob to witness wondrous views from mountain peaks to va. . .
Embrace the lavishness of a West Virginian mansion set amidst fabulously manicured gardens. The Dian-Lee House provides the perfect accommodation for business and holiday travelers alike. As soon as you step into the stunning front entry complete with a chandelier and grand piano, the historic beauty of the residence will astound you. Enjoy the hot gourmet breakfasts each morning. Other amenities of the B&B include complimentary sherry, chocolates, tea, coffee, and cocoa—all served at the classy Art-Deco bar.
The Dian-Lee House is situated in Bluefield, West Virginia, nicknamed “Nature's Ai. . .
Elegant Historic Southern Mansion. Full Gourmet Breakfast
Discover the elegant quirkiness of one of the area's most recognizable buildings, the Graceland Inn. Masterfully refurbished, this Inn now acts as a prime lodging for visitors to Elkins, West Virginia. An adjacent conference center is perfect for business meetings, family reunions, and weddings.
The Graceland Inn also provides easy access to some of West Virginia's best nature experiences and scenery. Go biking, hiking, hunting, fishing, or just sit back and soak in the beautiful Appalachian Mountain views. Elkins itself also provides a variety of attractions. Catch a show at the American . . .
Nestled in the beautiful lower Shenandoah Valley along the Potomac River, Shepherdstown, WV, home of the Thomas Shepherd Inn Bed and Breakfast, is a place where life slows down long enough for you to enjoy it. Walk to wonderful restaurants and unique shops from our convenient location in downtown Shepherdstown, in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. For a relaxing getaway, nap in your cozy feather-topped bed or read in our comfortable living room or porch.
The B&B is only minutes away from Civil War landmarks such as Antietam Battlefield and Harpers Ferry and outdoor activities like hiki. . .
Walk to fine dining, unique shops and locally-owned restaurants in historic downtown Shepherdstown.
When I first toured Rose Hill with my real estate agent I was told that she was built in 1914 (I have since learned that it was 1910) and she looked it. I was enchanted by her stately pillars and a bit leery of her rotting porch. I was excited to see the grand pocket doors from foyer to parlor and parlor to dining room. I just wished that they would open and close so that I could get the full impact. The floor had settled so much in some areas that a walk down the hall was reminiscent of a carnival fun house. Her walls had been sprayed with texture coat that she was attempting to shed at every. . .
Founded in 1905 by brothers Frank L. and John W. Fenton, the Fenton Art Glass Company ranks among the world's foremost producers of handmade art glass. Fenton is the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the United States, and the company is renowned for innovative glass colors as well as hand-painted decorations on pressed and blown glassware.
For more than a century, Fenton has developed new colors and patterns, including items enhanced with hand-painted floral decorations and 22k gold accents. Fenton glass appeals to all types of customers, and, over the years, this appeal ha. . .
Both oil and natural gas were discovered in western Virginia by the first explorers in the mid-1700s. George Washington acquired 250 acres in what is now West Virginia because it contained an oil and gas spring. This was in 1771, making the father of our country the first petroleum industry speculator.
A thriving commercial oil industry was in process as early as 1819 with the first major wells drilled at Petroleum, West Virginia, outside Parkersburg, early in 1859; California, West Virginia in the summer of 1859; and Burning Springs, West Virginia a year later in 1860. Natural gas was moved. . .