The cottage is near the entrance to an eco-friendly campground and retreat center in the Potomac Highlands region of West Virginia. A wild and wonderful white water stream permeates the boulder and hemlock rich forested property.
Abrams Creek is near many extraordinary recreational sites, but is also its own destination. You are never far from our wild, whitewater stream that runs through a majestic hemlock forest.
In some places, the stream is a constant source of energy and playfulness; in other places, it is
peaceful and calming, inviting you to soak in its beauty. The forest offers a vast array of plants,
and signs of wildlife are everywhere.
In keeping with the campground setting, the retreat cottage is clean and simple, but not highly decorated. It has comfortable beds, full kitchen, washer/dryer, satellite TV, WiFi, and phone with free long distance.
20 acres of hemlock forest and a wild whitewater stream.
Full kitchen, washer/dryer, WiFi internet, phone with free long distance in the US, satellite TV.
Mount Storm (3 miles) has a general store, gas station, library, motel, sports and recreation store, and public park.
Interaction with guests
Guests are welcome to interact with hosts as they choose or be as private and secluded as they wish to be.
Other things to note
Our usual check in time is 3PM; you may check in anytime after 3 pm until 10 pm, or later by arrangement.
Our usual check out time is noon. If you need more flexible check in or check out times, please contact us!
There is a full range of amenities, but no air conditioning--because in the mountains, we never need it! The high temperature during the day is usually below 80, and rarely gets above 85, at which time the house will be 10 degrees cooler. No recycled, "conditioned" air needed--you get to breath pure mountain air all the time!
No smoking in any of the buildings, dogs allowed, alcohol in moderation.
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Long-time social entrepreneur. Currently, I operate a retreat center in the WV mountains. I enjoy the natural world, new ideas, and creative uses of technology.