West Virginia Accommodation and lodging listings
West Virginia offers unique travel opportunities that are closer than you imagine. Consider these suggestions about where to go and what to do during your Mountain State visit. Discover West Virginia's raging rivers and serene mountains, its rich and engaging history, and its friendly people.
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Major West Virginia destinations:Morgantown Charleston Berkeley Springs Beckley Martinsburg
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Todays featured West Virginia accommodations:
Todays featured Seebert cottage / chalet or cabin:
Our cabins, located on the Greenbrier River in Seebert, West Virginia are your perfect relaxation destination! Whether it is a day of exciting canoeing, successful fishing, lazy inner tubing, a moonlight dip in the swimming hole, or even winter recreation, let the magic of the river capture you..
Seebert, West Virginia
Todays featured Daniels hotel:
The Resort at Glade Springs is nestled in the Mountains of West Virginia just minutes from Beckley and an hour from Charleston.
Daniels, West Virginia
Approx 1km away in Elkins:
Tunnel Mountain Bed and Breakfast is a charming three-story fieldstone home nestled on the side of Tunnel Mountain (part of Cheat Mountain), on five private wooded acres surrounded by scenic peaks, lush forests and sparkling rivers.
Elkins, West Virginia
More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Outdoor lovers call West Virginia the outdoor recreation capital of the East. That's not an exaggeration, considering the Mountain State's world-famous whitewater rivers, challenging mountain bike terrain, extensive trail system, great skiing, fantastic hunting and fishing, massive state and national parklands and the most extensive wilderness areas in this part of the country.
West Virginia State has a tumultous and fascinating history . The caretakers of West Virginia''s rich history bring the past to life for visitors through Civil War re-enactments, historic dramas and theater productions, the preservation of historic sites, and the careful retelling of events that have affected the state and the nation. Some of the nation''s finest crafters and Appalachia''s best storytellers call West Virginia home.