If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Elkins, look no further than Warfield House.
Nearby landmarks such as Camp Allegheny (0.1 km) and Cheat Summit Fort (0.1 km) make Warfield House a great place to stay when visiting Elkins.
Rooms at Warfield House provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Elkins' popular ribs restaurants such as C J Maggie's American Grill, 1863 Grill, and Smoke on the Water BBQ, all a short distance from Warfield House.
Should time allow, Elkins Depot Welcome Center, The Stirrup Gallery of Davis & Elkins College, and Appalachian Forest Discovery Center are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Warfield House looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We visited the Warfield House for a mid week get a way. I loved the architecture of this old house. The woodwork through out is quite charming. Our hostess Peggy was very hospitable and knowledgable about the area. The pancakes were very good. The fare is on the lighter side. For country folks like us we found the location a bit noisy, nothing earplugs couldn't fix. Overall a nice place to stay.
The house is beautiful and lots of character. The owner is very generous and knowledgeable of the area and history. Very central location directly across from parks and college campus.This will be on my list of future visits to the town. Thank You Ken
The Warfield House is a 1901 late Victorian beauty perfectly located adjacent to the City Park and within walking distance of downtown Elkins and Davis and Elkins College. The rooms are nice and the public areas certainly adequate for most needs. We were surprised, however, that our host provided none of the usual services one would expect from a nice B&B. We stayed multiple nights and our rooms were not touched--no clean towels, no trash baskets emptied, no bed made, nada. Soap was limited to the one small bar provided upon check-in. Breakfasts were, frankly, adequate but undistinguished. The host/owner was on site and certainly a pleasant person but managed the place in a rather disengaged manner. There is much to like about the Warfield House but our group left a bit unsatisfied. The wifi was pretty bad, too.…
This B&B is in a large wonderful old house in a great location, across the street from a beautiful city park and next to the college. The host is warm and friendly and works hard to keep her guest happy. Our room was clean and decorated with period furniture. The breakfasts were good and cooked fresh. The host took special dietary requests. We loved the large porch with the rockingchairs. We recommend this place as a great alternative to the hotels in the area!
We spent 2 nights at Warfield House at the peak of the fall leaf season. The setting is idyllic across from a large park and Davis & Elkin College. We had our bikes and could easily explore the town and enjoyed a nice day's ride on the Appalachian Highland Trail. We stayed in the Lavender Room which is beautifully decorated and very spacious. The ensuite bathroom is also very large. The house is in a quiet neighborhood and we slept very well. Breakfast was blueberry pancakes, sausage and fruit one day and quiche, toast, bacon and fruit the next. All very delicious. Enjoyed sharing stories with Peggy. Only complaint is that the room was not made up for the second day.