CabinsAre you looking for the perfect blend of nature and upgraded amenities? Consider booking a cabin getaway during your visit to the Mountain State. West Virginia is home to traditional log cabins, luxurious mountain escapes and simple studio houses. There are even off-the-beaten-path options like a deluxe treehouse or a restored fire tower in the heart of a national forest. No matter your style, budget or location preferences, when finding cabin accommodations, your hardest decision will be choosing one.
The Hatfield-McCoy region is the perfect place to start your cozy cabin getaway. If you’re looking to take a spin on the Pocahontas Trailhead of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System, Buffalo Trail Cabins is in close proximity to the trailhead. After an exhilarating day on the trails, head to the restaurant on property for a delicious meal. Then hit the hay in a deluxe cabin.
With direct access to over 300 miles of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems, private hiking trails, an onsite catch and release fishing pond and more, Twin Hollow Campground & Cabins is ideal for those looking to spend time embracing the great outdoors. Cabins can accommodate four to eight people, so bring your closest friends along for the trip.
Continue on your trip to the New River-Greenbrier Valley. Country Road Cabins offer secluded accommodations that are perfect for relaxation. During your stay, you’ll be minutes away from the New River Gorge Bridge, the town of Fayetteville and one-of-a-kind adventures like hiking, whitewater rafting, ziplining and more.
Another option in the area is Hemlock Haven Luxury Cabins. Cabins can sleep up to 8, 12 and 18 people, perfect for inviting both friends and family. Located near outdoor recreation opportunities, charming towns and unique eateries, a stay at these cabins might soon become a yearly tradition.
For the last leg of the trip, venture to the Potomac Highlands. Only a few miles away from the Seneca Rocks National Recreation Areaand on the bank of a private trophy trout stream, Harman’s Luxury Log Cabins make for a fun retreat for those that love the outdoors. Prepare meals in the fully equipped kitchen and enjoy the outdoor hot tub and gas fireplace to ward off the cold.
Check into the Germany Valley Overlook Cabins for panoramic views of the highest point in West Virginia, Spruce Knob and Dolly Sods. When you’re not enjoying the views, enjoy hiking at Monongahela National Forest or exploring Seneca Caverns or NROCKS Outdoor Adventures. Then sit back and relax by the outdoor firepit and savor the stillness of your surroundings.
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