Firefly Inn

Wardensville, WV

A contemporary four room motel in the heart of Wardensville, the Firefly Inn is the ideal base from which to enjoy the abundance of outdoor activities in an around the beautiful Potomac Highlands of West Virginia.

Room No. 1 - Trout Run: Full-sized bed, private bath with walk-in shower. Trout Run is small but super cozy, like a little cocoon.

Room No. 2 - Cacapon: Queen bed, private bath with walk-in shower.

Room No. 3 - Lost River: Two extra-long twin beds, private bath with walk-in shower.

Room No. 4 - Marlene's Room: King-sized bed, private bath with a curbless shower. Named for Ms. Marlene See, the beloved proprietress of the Firefly's predecessor, the See's Motel. This room is ADA compatible.

Each room includes the following amenities:

Free WiFi
Touch pad combination door lock*
Luxurious gel/memory foam mattress
42" flat screen Smart TV
Mini fridge
Bottled water
USB ports
Modern bathroom w/ separate heater
Hair dryer
Toiletries
*Rooms are equipped with a touch-pad door lock. When you reserve a room online, we’ll email your 4-digit access code within 24-hours of booking. The access code (typically the last four digits of your phone number) will be the room “key” throughout your stay.

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