5 Ways to Warm up this Winter in WV
When the weather outside is frigid and freezing, there are plenty of ways to cozy up in Almost Heaven. Whether you’re looking for cozy cocktail bars, saunas or restaurants with warm fireplaces, there is a place for you to hunker down and enjoy the warmth as the snowflakes continue to fall.
1. Hillbrook Inn & Spa – Charles Town
Enjoy a luxurious weekend away at this charming bed and breakfast located in Charles Town. A gourmet breakfast is included in your stay and you can even get it delivered right to your door. Experience activities like cooking classes and wine tours during your stay, or relax and rejuvenate at the Gatehouse Spa.
2. Stonewall Resort – Roanoke
The beautiful Stonewall Resort boasts two places to stay warm this winter. Take your pick between the relaxing patio fire pit or the cozy fire place at the resorts signature restaurant, Stillwaters. Both are the perfect place to relax, warm up and enjoy the gorgeous scenery of the Stonewall Resort.
Tin 202 is the epitome of a cozy cocktail bar. Its beautiful interior transports you to another time with its tin ceilings and beautiful chandeliers. Warm up with their White Room and Jersey Devil house cocktails or their yummy crab corn chowder. Tin 202 is the perfect place to escape the cold and have a good time with your friends!
4. Snowshoe Mountain – Snowshoe
Check in to Snowshoe Mountain and experience warmth from a heated pool, sauna, hot tub or even a hot stone massage at the Spa at Snowshoe. These features will be sure to defrost and relax anyone during the winter season.
Experience a heat similar to natural sunlight with infrared heated hot yoga. Relax your mind and warm your body up with hot yoga while experiencing benefits such as reduced effects of seasonal affective disorder, strengthened immune system and improved skin and collagen production. Infrared heated hot yoga at Lifespring Yoga Studios is the perfect way stay warm, happy and healthy this winter.
Where will you cozy up during the cool winter days?
This post was last updated on December 17, 2019