West Virginia is tucked into the foothills of the Appalachian and Allegheny Mountains, offering a wide variety of outdoor adventure experiences and historic attractions for visitors. These majestic ski lodges, quaint renovated inns, secluded rental properties, and stately historic resorts offer luxury amenities with convenient access to all of the region’s best attractions. Certain attractions may be temporarily closed or require advance reservations. Some restaurants are currently offering pickup only. Hours/availability may have changed.
© The Greenbrier
The Greenbrier is a National Historic Landmark property that has earned a reputation as one of the finest resorts in the world, spanning an 11,000-acre area set around beautiful natural mineral springs. The resort, which has been in operation since 1778, has hosted 27 American presidents and a large number of internationally-renowned luminaries. 710 beautiful guest rooms and suites are offered, including spacious estate homes with four to seven bedrooms and deluxe accommodations within the property’s historic Windsor Club facility. Five golf courses are offered on site, along with a 103,000-square-foot casino and entertainment venue, a luxury mineral spa, and horseback riding, bowling, and zipline canopy tour activities. 19 onsite restaurants serve casual and fine dining fare, including the southern-style Draper’s restaurant, the mountain-view gourmet Sam Snead’s, and the high-class Pacific rim fare In-Fusion. Nightlife options include the Greenbrier Royale craft bar, the Cafe Carleton cabaret, and the 42 Below nightclub, which offers live entertainment and dancing space.
300 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986, Phone: 844-837-2466
© Hillbrook Inn
Hillbrook Inn has been named as one of America’s top bed and breakfasts, located near Harpers Ferry on a 30-acre plot of land formerly owned by President George Washington. The Select Registry resort offers elegant guest rooms with private bathrooms with whirlpool tubs, complimentary iPad use, and free wireless internet access. Farmhouse rooms are also available, and cottage and gatehouse suites may be rented for more private accommodations. Full breakfast is served with each night’s stay, and award-winning five-course dinners are offered at the inn’s full-service restaurant, which also offers onsite cooking courses. A luxury spa, guest use library, and bar and lounge are also provided. Pet-friendly rooms are available upon request, and babysitting services are offered at an additional fee for guests with children in tow.
4490 Summit Point Rd, Charles Town, WV 25414, Phone: 304-725-4223
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3.Canaan Valley Resort
© Canaan Valley Resort
Canaan Valley Resort is an Allegheny Mountain ski resort and conference center located within Canaan Valley State Park, which is home to the United States’ second-largest inland wetland ecosystem. The resort was the first developed ski resort in the state of West Virginia and offers spectacular mountain views and year-round fun for guests of all ages, including access to more than 18 miles of ungroomed ski trails during the winter months. All guest rooms and suites feature flat screen televisions, coffee makers, mini fridges, and microwaves, with upgrades to rooms with private balconies and fireplaces available. Multi-bedroom cottages and cabins are also available for rental, featuring full kitchenettes, and an onsite campground is offered seasonally. Elegant dinner fare is served at the Hickory Dining Room, while casual fare is available at the Seasons Cafe. Onsite amenities include a seasonal summer tubing park, an 18-hole golf course, a seasonal ice skating rink, and indoor and outdoor pools.
230 Main Lodge Rd, Davis, WV 26260, Phone: 304-866-4121
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4.Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa
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Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa is a laid-back, luxurious golf resort located on a 500-acre property overlooking the beautiful Cheat Lake. The resort is located near top area attractions such as the Monongalia Arts Center, the Morgantown History Museum, and the West Virginia Botanic Garden and has been named as West Virginia’s top family resort, offering a wide variety of onsite amenities for visitors of all ages. Understated guest rooms and suites offer amenities such as cable televisions, coffee makers, and free wireless internet, with upgrades available to rooms with features such as wet bars, private living rooms, and balconies with lake views. Two championship golf courses are located on site, along with a fitness center, spa, and sports bar and grill.
8061, 1 Lakeview Dr, Morgantown, WV 26508, Phone: 304-594-1111
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5.Mardi Gras Casino & Resort
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Mardi Gras Casino and Resort is a full-service casino resort located in Cross Lanes, near attractions such as Nitro City Park and the Dutch Hollow Wine Cellars. As the state’s only New Orleans-style casino resort, the hotel features more than 1,000 slot machines, 30 table games, and live feeds of its greyhound racetrack. 150 modern guest rooms contain flat screen televisions, Keurig coffee makers, and iPod docks, with suites available that feature whirlpool tubs and wet bars. Several restaurants are offered on site, including the upscale French Quarter Restaurant and Bar, the casual racing-centric Grill at First Turn, and the quick-bite Cafe Orleans. Nightly entertainment is presented at Louie’s Lounge, which offers a dance floor and live music and comedy, and onsite relaxation is available at the resort’s full-service fitness center, pool, and hot tub.
1 Greyhound Dr, Cross Lanes, WV 25313, Phone: 304-776-1000
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6.Oglebay Resort and Conference Center
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Oglebay Resort and Conference Center is an expansive ski and golf resort located on 1,700 acres near Wheeling Park that has earned a national reputation for its spectacular holiday light show event. The four-star resort offers value, preferred, and deluxe accommodations within its Wilson Lodge facility, featuring amenities such as cable televisions, mini fridges, wet bars, and private balconies with lakeside views. Private cottages sleep up to 16, while majestic estate houses offer spacious accommodations for large groups and extended stays. A wide variety of attractions are offered on site, including two museums, a botanic garden facility, a planetarium, and the state’s only accredited zoo. 36 holes of championship golf are also available, along with ample opportunities for summer and winter sporting fun.
465 Lodge Dr, Wheeling, WV 26003, Phone: 304-241-2545
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7.Smoke Hole Caverns & Log Cabin Resort
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Smoke Hole Caverns and Log Cabin Resort is a family-owned resort located within the scenic Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area, which spans 100,000 acres and offers popular rock climbing spots at some of West Virginia’s highest peaks. The resort is conveniently located near the Rohrbaugh Plains Trail and offers a rustic log motel with rooms featuring amenities such as queen beds, satellite televisions, and free wireless internet. Log cabins and cottages are also available for rental for more spacious private accommodations, offering wood-burning stoves, full kitchens, and whirlpool tubs. The property is centered around the majestic Smoke Hole Caverns, which offer daily guided tours elaborating on their geologic and social history. Other onsite attractions include a trout fishing pond, a conference center, and a gemstone mining family attraction.
8290 N Fork Hwy, Cabins, WV 26855, Phone: 304-257-4442
8.Snowshoe Mountain Resort
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Snowshoe Mountain Resort is nestled within the beautiful Allegheny Mountains on an 11,000-acre wilderness property offering 251 acres of seasonal ski terrain. 57 visitor ski trails are located across three dedicated skiing areas, which offer ski lessons for beginners and chairlift access. During the summer months, the resort comes alive with activities such as mountain biking, ziplining, and championship links at the Raven Golf Club. Four resort areas offer standard lodge units and rental cottages and condos with amenities such as full kitchenettes, private decks, whirlpool tubs, and gas fireplaces. More than 20 dining options include the scenic Boathouse restaurant, the casual Raven Grille, the innovative Foxfire Grille, and the White Rabbit Market craft sandwich shop. Other amenities include a 3,600-square-foot luxury spa, a teen center, and a wide variety of onsite shopping.
10 Snowshoe Dr, Snowshoe, WV 26209, Phone: 877-441-4386
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9.The Blennerhassett Hotel
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The Blennerhassett Hotel has been in operation for more than a century, located within an elegant restored Victorian building near Parkersburg’s Julia-Ann Square Historic District. Refined guest rooms offer high-class features such as four-post beds, marble showers, and whirlpool bathtubs, with upgrades available to one and two-story suites with European-style furnishings and complimentary chocolates upon check-in. The hotel features several sophisticated dining options curated by executive chef Rick Argoso, including the full-service Spats Restaurant, the casual Spats Bar and Lounge, and the relaxed Patio and Courtyard, which features a beer garden. Live entertainment is showcased on the weekends, and complimentary passes to a nearby YMCA are provided for fitness center services.
320 Market St, Parkersburg, WV 26101, Phone: 304-422-3131
10.The Confluence Resort
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The Confluence Resort is a 300-acre resort within the heart of southern West Virginia, located within Fayette County near the Gauley River National Recreation Area, which spans more than 11,000 acres and offers exciting whitewater rapids adventures. The elegant wilderness resort provides stunning mountain views and attractions such as a 70-foot waterfall, miles of nature trails, and rail-to-trail riverside access. Several holiday rental cabins are available, sleeping six to 13 guests and offering private living and dining space, full kitchens, inviting stone fireplaces, and spacious outdoor deck and patio areas. The resort may be rented for private special events, including weddings and business events, and provides convenient access to a number of nearby attractions, including several golf courses and state parks.
Patterson Ferry Road, Hico, WV 25912, Phone: 304-573-4900
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11.The Resort At Glade Springs
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The Resort At Glade Springs is set on 4,100 acres within the beautiful Appalachian Mountains, offering convenient access to nearby Raleigh County attractions such as Mallard Lake, the Winterplace Ski Resort, and Little Beaver State Park. More than 200 guest rooms and suites are offered at the resort’s inn property, featuring amenities such as wet bars, fireplaces, mini fridges, and private living room areas. Four-bedroom manor houses and luxurious villas are also available for more private accommodations for large groups or extended stays. Three 18-hole championship golf courses are offered on site, along with a bowling alley, whitewater rafting adventure facilities, ski trails, an equestrian center, and a variety of sporting courts and facilities. Four onsite restaurants serve casual and fine dining fare, including the Rotunda Restaurant, Glade’s Grill, Bunker’s Sports Bar, and the Small Talk Cafe.
255 Resort Dr, Daniels, WV 25832, Phone: 304-763-2000
© Bavarian Inn
Bavarian Inn is a spacious Alpine-style lodge overlooking the Potomac River, located near Cress Creek Golf Course and the historic Antietam National Battlefield. The 11-acre inn offers beautiful chalet-style rooms and suites with standard amenities such as flat screen televisions, coffee makers, and free wireless internet. Some rooms upgrade to top features, including whirlpool tubs, gas fireplaces, and private balconies overlooking the river. An onsite restaurant within a restored mansion building serves classic German and American dishes, and an English-style pub serves casual fare and draft brews. Other attractions include an outdoor infinity pool with a poolside bar, a sun deck and terrace, a fitness center, and tennis court facilities.
164 Shepherd Grade Rd, Shepherdstown, WV 25443, Phone: 304-876-2551
© Stonewall Resort
Stonewall Resort is located along the banks of the beautiful West Fork River within the 18,000-acre Stonewall Jackson Lake Wildlife Management Area, which offers spectacular hardwood forest scenery and opportunities for bass, catfish, trout, and bluegill fishing. Adirondack-style lake and golf course view rooms feature amenities such as flat screen televisions, mini fridges, and free wireless internet, while upgrades to waterfront cottage accommodations add full kitchenettes, in-suite laundry units, and private decks and boat launch facilities. Three onsite restaurants offer full-service experiences, including the signature Stillwaters restaurant, the golf-view Ligthburn’s, and the casual TJ Muskie’s bar and lounge. Onsite amenities include a spa, a rock climbing wall, and a marina, with all guests receiving complimentary state park access and adventure package add-ons as part of each night’s stay.
940 Resort Dr, Roanoke, WV 26447, Phone: 304-269-7400
12 Best West Virginia Resorts
- The Greenbrier, Photo: The Greenbrier
- Hillbrook Inn, Photo: Hillbrook Inn
- Canaan Valley Resort, Photo: Canaan Valley Resort
- Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa, Photo: Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa
- Mardi Gras Casino & Resort, Photo: Mardi Gras Casino & Resort
- Oglebay Resort and Conference Center, Photo: Oglebay Resort and Conference Center
- Smoke Hole Caverns & Log Cabin Resort, Photo: Courtesy of AlenKadr - Fotolia.com
- Snowshoe Mountain Resort, Photo: Snowshoe Mountain Resort
- The Blennerhassett Hotel, Photo: The Blennerhassett Hotel
- The Confluence Resort, Photo: The Confluence Resort
- The Resort At Glade Springs, Photo: The Resort At Glade Springs
- Bavarian Inn, Photo: Bavarian Inn
- Stonewall Resort, Photo: Stonewall Resort
- Cover Photo: Courtesy of Angelique - Fotolia.com
More Ideas: North Fork Mountain Inn
Overlooking Smoke Hole Canyon in the Monongahela National Forest, North Fork Mountain Inn is a charming, rustic bed and breakfast inn that offers a cozy, inviting wilderness experience. Owned by innkeeper, Ed and Carol Fischer, North Fork Mountain Inn provides comfortable log cabin-style accommodations with knotty wood paneling and crackling fireplaces, and a host of amenities, including massages and a hearty, home-cooked breakfast served every morning.
This homely bed and breakfast is ideally located for enjoying the magnificent surroundings of North Fork and is within easy reach of an array of attractions and activities, including Seneca Rocks and the Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
The North Fork Mountain Inn offers a variety of accommodations, ranging from standard guestrooms and luxury suites to spacious cabins. While the guest chambers, suites, and cabins differ in layout and side, all accommodations are beautifully appointed and tastefully decorated with cozy décor and furnishings, en-suite bathrooms and modern amenities.
Guest Rooms feature queen or king-sized beds with luxury linens, plush pillows and down comforters, and en-suite bathrooms with showers and/or bathtubs, fresh towels, and bathrobes, and deluxe bath products. Spacious sitting areas have comfy sofas and armchairs, and some rooms feature gas fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and access to a private porch with stunning views. Modern amenities include hair dryers, alarm clocks, and a gourmet breakfast for two is included in the rate.
Spacious Luxury Suites can be found in a separate building near the Inn and feature separate bedrooms and living areas with beautiful views. Bedrooms have king-size beds with luxury linens, plush pillows and down comforters, and en-suite bathrooms with oversized showers, whirlpool bathtubs, fresh towels and bathrobes, and deluxe bath products. Lovely sitting areas feature leather recliners and armchairs, gas fireplaces, wet bars, mini-fridges, plasma televisions, microwaves, and coffee makers. Upstairs lofts feature queen-size sleeper sofas, reading lamps and a coffee table and a gourmet breakfast for two is included in the rate.
A cozy one-bedroom cabin features a fully-equipped kitchenette, spacious living area with comfy sofas and armchairs, a bedroom with a king-sized bed in luxury linens, plush pillows and down comforters, and en-suite bathroom with large shower, fresh towels and bathrobes, and deluxe bath products. A gourmet breakfast for two is included in the rate and can be enjoyed at the main inn.
Meals at the North Fork Mountain Inn are freshly prepared and served by the innkeepers, Ed and Carol, ranging from hearty breakfasts, gourmet picnic lunches, and special wine pairing dinners. The Inn prides itself on serving fresh ‘farm-to-table’ cuisine made from locally sourced and organic ingredients and is paired with some of the regions finest wines and craft beers.
Hearty breakfasts include a choice of fresh juices, hot coffee and tea, fresh fruit smoothies, home baked pastries, made-to-order eggs, and omelets, French toast, pancakes, frittatas, bacon, sausage, or ham, and ‘Farmer’s Specials.’
Gourmet picnic lunches (additional fee) can be prepared for guests to take with them on a hike or while exploring the area and include healthy selections such as deli sandwiches, cheeses, meats, finger snacks, fruit and soft drinks. Casual dining is offered at the Inn on Sunday through Friday evenings with a variety of delicious choices paired with fine wines and craft beers. Fridays feature ‘Famous-on-Five Continents’ specials, including BBQ Chicken, BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Appalachian Stew, Broccoli-Cauliflower Salad, Hand Cut French Fries, Cole Slaw, and Fresh Fruit Cobbler.
The North Fork Mountain provides a wealth of activities for all ages from horseback riding, fishing, rock climbing, hiking, rafting, touring caverns, zip lining, relaxing massages or simply enjoying a rocker on the porch. There is also a deck with a hot tub, fire-pit, and beautiful views.
The North Fork Mountain Inn offers a beautiful setting for weddings, anniversaries, family reunions, business meetings, and other special events. The hospitable and friendly innkeepers provide an array of packages for various events, including wedding packages, family reunions specials, business and ministry retreats. The Inn has a separate conference center that can accommodate up to 40 guests for business meetings, corporate strategic planning sessions, and presentations, or special meals.
The North Fork Mountain Inn offers a wealth of attractions and activities within a close distance, including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and scuba diving, sailing and windsurfing at the thermally heated Mt. Storm Lake. Notable points of interest and attractions in the area include Smoke Hole Caverns, Blackwater Falls, Seneca Caverns and Rocks, the Dolly Sods Wilderness Area, and Sites Homestead. Other interesting places include Harper’s Old Country Store, Spruce Knob (highest point in WV), the Potomac Eagle Train, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Cass Scenic Railroad, and many historical and Civil War sites. Activities in the area include golf, bowling, bird watching, paragliding, swimming, festivals, and shopping.
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Cabins, WV 26855, Phone: 304-257-1108
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