This comfy, bright, fully furnished and convenient ranch style Guest House can accommodate 5 with its two bedrooms. This home contains two bathrooms, open living room and dining area. A covered car port with fence that is a great place for pets. The house borders the Monongahela National Forest overlooking Canaan Valley State Park so it is very quiet and peaceful.
“This was our second stay at the cottage. The cottage is clean, comfy and cozy. It's on a farm with a beautiful horse that roams the 'yard', a couple of dogs and lots of cats. It is quiet on the farm. There is a nice breeze, too. The owners are very nice and friendly. We plan on staying here again in the future.”
Stay in the masterfully crafted Lemuel Chenoweth homestead along the rippling Tygart river. Built in 1857, this 2nd floor 4-room suite offers antiques furnishings, a private entrance, master bedroom, bathroom, mini-kitchen, and mud room. It has a queen bed, dresser, large porch with views of the river, a claw-foot tub with shower, sink, toilette, and an extra room with a fridge, convection oven and table for small bites. Walk to main street Beverly for museums, shops, and Frankie's Pizza.
“Historic Beverly WV Home Loved this second story suite in historic town close to Elkins WV! When looking at this listing, was happily surprised that hosts did not pile on big fees. Final price was more than reasonable, especially to history enthusiasts. Originally it was the home of Chenoweth, a bright engineer who designed the covered bridge over the Tygart, just out his window. His family watched as enemy troops burned the bridge in the Civil War. Spacious rooms and very clean. Small touches such as umbrella, filtered water, snacks etc. Jamie was a responsive, upbeat host. Many thanks!”
A road trip within driving distance of DC 4.5hrs, Baltimore 4hrs, Pittsburgh 2hrs, NYC 6hrs, and Ohio. We are a 40-acre working homestead with animals, gardens, woodlands, and wildlife. To stay on this property is a treat for those who appreciate nature, Americana, and quietude. West Virginia has a “safer at home” protocol in place. Some businesses and restaurants are opening. Please plan to “stay at home” and limit public exposure during your stay. Nature however is easily available to you!
“Staying on Margaret and David's homestead was perfect. My nephew and i have an annual tradition where we take a little trip, usually in nature. I love to take himself outside of his norm, where he can learn about a different way of life. And this was just the place. David told us about the history of the place, the animals and more. He cooked us a delicious dinner and breakfast, we gobbled it all up and asked for seconds. It's a very simple accommodation but incredibly charming, especially if you love a natural way of life (don't mind compost toilet, bucket shower, bugs here or there etc.). David also gave us great tips on other towns to check out on our way back to Maryland. We had an awesome lunch and picked up some art in a nearby town. We would both love to return soon.”