Looking for a quiet weekend away in West Virginia? I didn’t know it until I started searching, but there are SO MANY beautiful and well-loved B&Bs in the Mountain State that would be great for that. I can’t list them all, so here are just some of the cute ones with good reviews in a variety of towns. This is in no way an exhaustive list.
1. The James Wylie House in White Sulphur Springs
Stay in the house or a cabin at this historic house in White Sulphur Springs. Reviewers say the hosts are gracious and accommodating and the house is clean, comfortable and beautiful.
2. The Willows Guest Rooms in Parsons
According to one review, "The place is immaculate, the rooms are large and comfortable,” and the hosts do a great job.
3. The Meyer House Bed and Breakfast in Davis
Reviewers rave about the breakfast there and say it’s a great value. "It was roomy, nicely furnished, welcoming and reasonably priced,” according to one review.
4. The Inn at Abbott Farm
The Inn at Abbott Farm is a farm-to-table bed and breakfast in Mathias, West Virginia. The house was originally built in the 1860s, and was the first in the area to receive electricity, according to its website. It offers a selection of breakfast items based on what’s fresh in the garden and available seasonal including eggs of any variety, homemade sausage, bacon, biscuits, quiches and french toast.
5. The Thomas Shepherd Inn in Shepherdstown
Reviewers call the inn remarkable and say that the innkeepers go the extra mile.
6. The Hillbrook Inn in Charles Town
Described as a European style country inn in historic Charles Town, the rooms at this bed and breakfast feature a variety of classics, such as clawfoot tubs, hardwood floors with jewel-tone oriental carpets and custom duvets and coverlets, according to its website.
7. The Ledge House Bed and Breakfast in Harpers Ferry.
Check out the beautiful views of historic Harpers Ferry from the decks and balconies of this bed and breakfast.
The view of Harpers Ferry from the deck of the Ledge House.
8. The Lawrencefield Bed & Breakfast in Wheeling
Reviewers call it a hidden gem. It offers spacious rooms and suites to fit anyone's budget and taste, according to its website.
9. The Brass Pineapple in Charleston
Enjoy luxurious rooms in the heart of Charleston’s East End Historic District, just blocks from the state Capitol. Each room has pristine English Victorian antiques, which include a desk and work light, comfortable mattresses and soft-ironed sheets, according to its website.
10. The Trainmaster's House in Kenova
Railroad history buffs are sure to love this 1907 Victorian bed and breakfast in Kenova. It has a collection of railroad artifacts and other anitues on display throughout the house. There’s also a Marshall University themed room for Herd fans.
11. The Morris Harvey House in Fayetteville
Reviewers give this place positive ratings and say the house, which is more than 100 years old, is beautiful. Great place to stay if you’re seeing the sights in Fayetteville.
12. The Lake Manor Bed & Breakfast and Conference Center in Morgantown
Reviewers give this place 5-star ratings and call it the best bed and breakfast in Morgantown. It’s "beautifully decorated and perfect for events.” according to a reviewer.
13. The Guest House on Courthouse Square in Hinton
The Guest House inn
Reviewers call this Hinton bed and breakfast a beautiful place in a quaint little town and that it’s “fantastic in every respect.”
14. Breath of Heaven Bed and Breakfast in Petersburg
Reviewers give this place mostly excellent ratings. One reviewer called it a “beautiful spot with wonderful hosts.”
15. The Carriage House Inn in Huntersville
Built circa 1852, the Carriage House in is an example of Americana in the historic town of Huntersville, W.Va. (Pocahontas County), according to its Facebook page. Reviewers say the innkeepers are very welcoming.
Are any of your favorite places to stay on this list? Which ones do you like the best? If you think other B&Bs should be on this list, let me know which ones in the comments!