Brazenhead Inn

Mingo, WV

20 Guest Rooms, each furnished with antiques, collectibles, and in the upstairs south wing, with locally crafted classic bedroom suites in mission, English country, and Shaker traditions. All have private baths. All are centrally heated and air-conditioned.

Of the eight rooms on the ground floor, two rooms are wheelchair accessible. Six offer queen beds; two are furnished with full size beds.

Each of the upstairs rooms on the north and south wings have cathedral ceilings with a loft. All the upstairs rooms will accommodate up to 4 people. In the north wing, of six upstairs rooms, four rooms offer one queen bed in the walk-in area and one full-size bed in the loft. In the remaining two rooms on the north wing there are two twin beds in the walk-in area and a full size bed in the loft.

In the south wing, of six rooms, five of those rooms offer one queen bed in the walk-in area and one full-size bed in the loft. The sixth room is furnished with two twin beds in the walk-in area and a full-size bed in the loft. See floor plan, reservations.

A Full Service Dining Room, seating 34 inside and 20 on the back porch when weather permits. Dinner is served Thursday through Saturday from 5:30 PM through 9:30 PM; Our menu features a variety of home-cooked meals and daily specials. Each morning we offer a continental complimentary breakfast to our guests from 8:00 AM until 9:30 AM.

Mike’s Pub, seating 28 friends and family for good conversation and a bit of blarney. We offer live music most Saturday evenings. There is always plenty of Guiness, Smithwicks and some local micro brewery favorites on tap. We also serve other bottled imported beers, bottled all-American favorites, and a selection of classic liquors and wines. In a small room just off the pub there is a satellite TV, for those who just can’t miss the big game or the latest news.

Please call our office at 304-339-6917 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. EST for reservations and specific information, and especially for updated information on days and times of operation, or send us an e-mail.

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