Looking for a relaxing getaway in West Virginia that’s a little out of the ordinary? There are several unique places in West Virginia to get away from it all. Here are a few of the unique hotels and bed and breakfasts that the Mountain State has to offer.
1. The Barn Loft in Fayetteville.
I've never wanted to spend the night in an old barn more than I do right now. This place in Fayetteville is just adorable.
2. A former fire lookout tower.
The Thorny Mountain is newly refurbished and offers great views of Seneca State Forest in Dunmore in Pocahontas County.
3. The LaFayette Flats in Fayetteville.
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The flats are built in a former bank that was more than a hundred years old.
4. Stonewall Jackson Inn in Roanoke, W.Va.
This place has it all -- from hiking trails and a lake to fine dining and a golf course. And it's in a beautiful setting.
5. The Light Horse Inn in Harpers Ferry
One of the most historic houses in Harpers Ferry, the Light Horse Inn is around 225 years old. It was originally known as the Keyes Inn and served travelers to the Western Frontier, according to its website.
6. The Hotel Morgan
The Hotel Morgan opened in 1925 and is still a premier lodging site in Morgantown, according to its website.
7. The General Lewis Inn
Opened in 1929,
parts of the General Lewis Inn were designed by Walter Martens, who also designed the Governor's Mansion in Charleston, according to its website.
8. The Greenbrier
What list of unique places to stay in West Virginia would be complete without The Greenbrier? It's been called "America's resort," and you won't find another place like it in West Virginia. Try your luck at the casino and be sure to tour the famous bunker.
9. The Blennerhasset in Parkersburg
The Blennerhasset opened in 1889 as money was pouring into Parkersburg from the oil and gas industry. It is a unique part of the history of Parkersburg and a great place to stay.
10. The Resort at Glade Springs
The resort is set on 4,100-acres of land specializes in golf, ski, fly-fishing and equestrian, according to its website. But if the outdoors aren't your thing, there's also a spa and fine dining.
How many of these have you stayed at? And what places would you add to this list? Let me know in the comments.