The Cooper House Bed and Cocktail

Thomas, West Virginia

Cooper House has four rooms- two with double beds, one with a queen and one with a king that can become two singles. We are located next door to The (fabulous) Purple Fiddle in Thomas, West Virginia. We will not compete with the serious breakfast already served in town but will serve cocktails and savories in the afternoon and early evening by the fireplace. Very civilized.
Performers travel from San Francisco and Boston, Philadelphia and Brooklyn, Ashville and Nashville, Sweden and Tuva to play music ranging from alt folk and bluegrass, blues and reggae, the traditional to the un-pigeonholeable. No matter the genre it's always a great time and you’ll most likely want to head over in the evening. The music usually goes on till 11 and the street can stay lively till midnight. Those with early morning business should probably stay somewhere less festive.

Cooper House has four distinctive guest rooms, each with a private bathroom and a silly name.

1) Canary, Crimson & Coal - double bed – 100.00

2) Duchess in Reduced Circumstances – double bed – 100.00

3) E’s Portmanteau – queen bed - 120.00

4) Clare Q. – king bed or two singles – 120.00

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