The Inn At Lost River Is A True Community Cornerstone In The Wilds Of Wonderful West Virginia
Nestled in the mountains of the Potomac Highlands along the banks of the Lost River, the Inn at Lost River has welcomed guests to the valleys of West Virginia for nearly 30 years. Housed in an 1880s Folk Victorian Farmhouse with handsome woodwork and original pine floors, The Inn at Lost River is an impossibly charming bed and breakfast in the heart of the Mountain State. It’s also a world unto itself, its sprawling grounds containing an original smokehouse and historic general store, the latter of which has long been a place for folks to gather and congregate. In truth, The Inn at Lost River is not simply a destination in the wondrous wilds of West Virginia; it’s the community cornerstone of a small and humble town in the Mountain State.
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Many thanks to Patrick Goodwin and Michael Ortiz-Sanchez for sharing the story of this longstanding destination in the Mountain State. Learn more about The Inn at Lost River at its website, Facebook, and Instagram pages.
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Address: The Inn at Lost River, 7015 WV-259, Lost City, WV 26810, USA
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