Benedict Haid Farm B&B

Charleston, WV

Three bedroom 1840's hand-hewn log house with hot tub, 4 fireplaces, huge deck, fully furnished, gas heat and air conditioning. Adjoining cabin sleeps 4 economically. Highest quality third log home has 3 bedrooms & bath with commanding view.

The Benedict Haid Farm is a 650 acre rural, secluded mountain top retreat located only 21 miles from Charleston, West Virginia. A perfect location for wedding venues, corporate retreats, reunions, special anniversaries, and family gatherings. The Farm consists of four rustic log structures, The original Haid House, the newer constructed Black Bear Lodge, the Chestnut Cabin, (no longer available for rentals), and the recently renovated Barn. The Haid House and Black Bear Lodge have fully furnished modern kitchens. The Haid House kitchen has a commercial freezer and refrigerator to accommodate catering services food. The Haid House has two bedrooms plus a pull-out sleeper, and the Black Bear Lodge has two private bedrooms plus a loft bedroom area over the living room with three full baths. The Haid House has a 36'X48' screened-in porch with a fireplace and a hot tub for relaxing. The elevated Wedding Arbor is surrounded by a large, flat area for attendee chairs to view a wedding. Space is also available to set up a tent for tables & chairs and/or a dancing area. The Barn is now available space for a wedding, reception, or party area. The Black Bear Lodge is a great place for wedding family or guests to stay. A massive stone fireplace adorns the living area and three bedrooms with private bathrooms can accommodate up to six guests. Two separate decks adjoin each bedroom on the ground level. The mountaintop views are spectacular! Highlights of nature include miles of hiking and a pond for fishing. This is truly a magical rural retreat!

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