Old Clark Inn

Marlinton, WV

Discover value and hospitality in a unique lodging experience. We are NOT a fancy Bed and Breakfast in a romantic country setting… NOR are we an impersonal chain motel with "bed-in-a-box rooms." We ARE a popular, old-timey, small town inn with clean cozy rooms and plenty of common areas where you can relax and feel at home. Relaxed and informal, free breakfast, high-speed internet access, locally owned Mom & Pop, in town — walk to restaurants and shops.

THE ATMOSPHERE:
Casual, relaxed, friendly and unpretentious.
Multiple common areas provide the opportunity to socialize with other travelers–or to find a quiet spot.
Guests can come and go as they please following check-in and tour.

THE ROOMS:
Smaller than a standard hotel room, but adequate for most travelers.
All are equipped with window AC in summer.
Some rooms have individual heat control.
All bathrooms have showers, a couple also have tubs.
Some rooms have sinks outside the bath–where they were originally placed (none of the rooms had bathrooms in the 20’s).
Some rooms have a “step” up to the bath where plumbing was added to accommodate the private baths.
Different options available depending on preference, # of guests, budget and availability.
Daily maid service is not available, but fresh towels and additional comfort items are gladly provided on request.

GUEST AMENITIES:
Continental breakfast with fresh brewed coffee available daily.
WiFi available in rooms and throughout common areas.
Guest phone for outgoing calls, free nationwide long distance.

DINING ROOM AMENITIES:
Full size refrigerator and freezer.
Microwave oven, toaster and mini kitchen sink.
Dishes, utensils, wine glasses etc.
Multiple tables with nearby outlets for electronics.

LIVING ROOM:
TV with VCR/DVD.
Guest Computer.
Books, magazines, games.
Comfortable sitting area.

COMMON-BACKYARD:
Covered deck with mini fridge and speaker hook-up.
Tables & chairs, enough for a large group.
Fireplace and benches.
Bicycle racks including a covered bicycle parking area.

THE COMMON AREAS:
Front Porch is a popular spot to enjoy a glass of wine, socialize and observe small town life.
Dining room is set up with everything you need to pack a lunch or prepare a snack.
Living room is a good spot to play games or get comfortable with a book or magazine.
Backyard is often a quiet spot, but also provides a larger space for groups.

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