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We stayed in 262- a 6BR handicap accessible home right behind the general store. Beautiful home, great location, clean, and simple but well appointed. Fans provided in every room, but can get stuffy on a hot summer night on the 2nd floor. The kitchen has...More
We were in the area (April 2017) for a photography workshop and stayed in one of the Company Houses. Accommodations were pretty basic and bathrooms were shared. Towels, sheets, etc were provided but not replaced during our 3 night stay. No toiletries were provided so...More
I would recommend this place as a scenic, historic destination. The amenities are few, but the park and its lodges hearken to when this part of West Virginia was used to fuel the lumber industry. The train ride is enjoyable, and the food at the...More
We stayed in the park in a house that had been home to mill workers. This is what the houses there all were. It was dingy at best....light in the bathroom was burnt out...making it very hard for the men to shave and the women...More
Cass is the best live steam experience that we have ever had. It features six working Heisler and Shay locomotives, one of which has been in service since around 1910. You get to see the engines at work, visit the repair shops, ride the train...More
US$159 - US$227 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Google Maps shows 307 miles and 8 hours from outside DC, but this is high speed interstate 66 out of Washington, to I-81 South to I-64 West thru Clifton Forge Va into West Virginia on I-64 then take 1st exit at White Sulphur... More
Google Maps shows 307 miles and 8 hours from outside DC, but this is high speed interstate 66 out of Washington, to I-81 South to I-64 West thru Clifton Forge Va into West Virginia on I-64 then take 1st exit at White Sulphur Springs, WVa into town and hit WVA 92 North 1 hr 20 minutes until junction of WVA 66, left 5 miles into Cass. This is a very long around the rugged mountain route but it is a smooth ride; If you are adventurous, or a motorcycle rider try getting off Interstate at Staunton and taking a route through the very curvy mountains. Good Luck
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Where can I learn more about staying in one of the company houses? Family of 4. Thanks!
12 August 2015|
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Response from ncstateva | Reviewed this property |
Go to the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park and then the Rates/Deals dropdown and select company houses.