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Beautiful B&B - every room opens onto a porch that looks out over the mountains and river. Very friendly and helpful owners who make very special breakfasts. Very private feeling when you are there. Close to everything but away from crowds. Great hiking, golf and...More
The Inn At Riverbend is truly a beautiful place. It over looks the scenic New River. In the morning you can sit on the deck and watch the sun come up. There is a train that goes up both sides of the river. The mountains...More
Very clean, well decorated B&B in a very quiet area. Comfortable bed and lovely views. We arrived late in the evening and was pleased to see that cold soft drinks and cookies were available. Breakfast was fine. Practically no contact with hosts so I cannot...More
We started at the Charleston WV Antiques Roadshow Saturday morning and then drove SE with no particular Destination in mind. What we found at the end was a very nice couple with a very new home converted into a B and B with an awesome...More
Breathtaking, spectacular, no superlatives can do justice to the reality of the views over the New River at this little piece of heaven. The Pallisades room was everything we wanted it to be, the guests charming, lovely, lovely breakfasts and the nicest hosts you could...More
The Cascade Falls trail head is maybe 6 miles away and well worth it. Relatively easy hike of two miles in and two back out - slight loop to it. If the 4 miles needs to be extended you can go up to Barney's Wall from there... More
The Cascade Falls trail head is maybe 6 miles away and well worth it. Relatively easy hike of two miles in and two back out - slight loop to it. If the 4 miles needs to be extended you can go up to Barney's Wall from there. Another more strenuous hike is up to Angels Rest - trail head around 4 miles from the inn. Angels Rest is about 2000' elevation gain in 2 miles along the Appalachian Trail. Non-technical mountain biking about 20 miles away on the New River Trail along the river itself. It is a state park some 50 miles long along a rail-to-trail so not much of a grade. You can grab lunch/dinner at the Draper Mercantile (one can also rent bikes there).