Bed & BreakfastsCozy up in a lakeside cottage or a historic farmhouse with the promise of a hot, fresh-made meal. West Virginia’s bed-and-breakfasts are welcoming inns that will make you feel right at home. Whether you want to get to know the locals or experience authentic small-town charm, bed-and-breakfasts across the Mountain State will provide a heavenly experience that will leave you wanting to return again soon. Enjoy southern hospitality with a side of local, delicious breakfast right here in Almost Heaven.
Start your morning off on the tranquil grounds of the Barn with Inn. Set on a working farm in the rolling hills of Wellsburg, this charming bed and breakfast embodies rural elegance. Meander through the vegetable, flower and butterfly gardens, meet some new farm animal friends, then enjoy a delicious farm-to-table style brunch.
Venture to the town of Reedsville, just 12 miles outside of Morgantown to the Modern Homestead Guest House and check in for the night. The five immaculate guest suites are newly renovated and comfortably furnished with fully equipped kitchens, laundry, private baths and private parking. Once you arrive, pop into the coffee shop at Modern Homestead for delicious house made pastries and handcrafted drinks.
Travel to the Warfield House Bed & Breakfast in the heart of downtown Elkins. This Victorian-style home was built in 1901 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Marvel at the spectacular woodwork, large stained-glass window, and the massive terra-cotta fireplace. You can’t leave without tasting the delightful, homemade breakfast paired with freshly brewed, organic fair-trade coffee.
Take a drive to the North Fork Mountain Inn, situated in the Monongahela National Forest. Once you’ve checked into the log cabin inn, pick up a gourmet picnic lunch from the award-winning chef on staff and go for a hike around the property to stretch your legs and take in the incredible mountain views. The inn also offers casual and fine dining for its guests.
Begin your morning by trekking to The Inn at Lost River in Hardy County. The restored 1870s farmhouse reflects a casual country elegance amidst the beautiful Shenandoah Mountains. You have to make your way into the Lost River General Store and Café for an early lunch. This full-service gourmet café and shop features unique West Virginia handcrafted gifts, wines and craft beers.
After your delicious lunch, make your way to The Ledge House Bed and Breakfast in Harpers Ferry. Step out on the balcony and gaze out at the iconic view of the historic town. From the B&B, you can walk to restaurants and shops, the Appalachian trail and historic lower town Harpers Ferry. If you’re feeling up for adventure, kayaking, tubing, rafting and ziplining are a few of the many fun activities you can enjoy during your visit.
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