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Recent West Virginia property reviews

  • Girls weekend

    "charming little place close to main road. all that was missing was a hot tub, the living/dining room were comfortable for 5 women."
    Guest: redhatter Date of Stay: July 2010 Review Submitted: October 12, 2011
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  • Vandalia Vacay

    "I just got back from a weekend at the Vandalia House in the Confluence Resort with some friends. What a wonderful 2 days we had. The house was immaculate and BEAUTIFUL! I felt like I was in an HGTV dream house! The beds were comfy, the kitchen well-stocked, the fireplace was gorgeous. It rained the first night, but no big deal, we sat around the large dining table playing board games, laughing hysterically and just enjoying each others' company. We got up the next morning, made a big farm-style breakfast, then headed out to fish and do some light hiking on one of the many trails. The area is so peaceful and stunningly beautiful that you can really commune with nature. We came back "home", got ready and went into the charming little town of Fayetteville where we ate dinner at The Secret Sandwich Society (YUM!). Great service, good food, good price! We went back to the house, sat around the campfire and talked about how much we were enjoying ourselves and how we'd come back to the Confluence Resort in a minute. If you go, you may make some new friends with an adorably friendly brown and white dog who loves to have his tummy rubbed before he goes back home and a beautiful, fluffy, friendly cat who hung out with us ALL NIGHT! He/she was still on the porch when we woke up the next morning! Don't worry about them, though. They both have homes nearby. The only "complaint" I have is that the directions we were given were incomplete. They end at the Patterson House, which is fine, if that's the house you rented. Since the road turns into all gravel and you see signs reading, "private property-no trespassing", you really wonder if you're in the right area, especially if you arrive near dark. A little disconcerting. Oh! And if you want to hit one of the restaurants in Fayetteville or Summersville that are in the binder the owners put together, CALL FIRST. Fortunately we did and the first 2 we called were closed--and apparently had been for quite some time. Thanks Confluence Resort! We'll be back!"
    Guest: alilsparkle Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: November 30, 2013
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  • Great house and great location

    "Our family of 5 enjoyed our stay at Creekside Cabin over Memorial Day weekend. We had some great hikes at Dolly Sods, Blackwater Forest, and Canaan Valley. The location was so convenient and we really enjoyed relaxing in the hot tub and making s'mores over a campfire at the end of the day."
    Guest: Sarah G. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 29, 2014
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  • Very Nice Cabin

    "Beautiful cabin with lots of amenities close to many adventure sites on the New and Gauley Rivers. The cabin was ready when we arrived, very well stocked and very clean. The owners were very helpful. The only drawback was that the property really did not possess wifi. On occassion we could get a bar of coverage, but most times there was nothing. When contacted, the owners explained that they had recently acquired the cabin and were researching options for improving the service."
    Guest: D. Date of Stay: July 2010 Review Submitted: August 9, 2010
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West Virginia Travel Tips

Seasons to Travel to West Virginia Cabins

West Virginia has four distinct seasons and residents often boast that each season is more beautiful than the last. The valleys and low-lying areas tend to have a milder climate with cool winters and pleasant summers. The central parts of the state and more mountainous regions are generally more temperate. The winter months are colder with heavier snowfalls. The summer months are pleasantly warm without being too hot. If you want to spend your time in the outdoors then summer and autumn are the best seasons to visit. The longer days and warmer weather provide ideal opportunities to enjoy your favorite sports. In general, the most popular time of year for visitors is during the months of July and August. If it is snow that you are looking for then you may need to wait until December and after the first snowfalls have cast their white blanket on Canaan Valley vacation rentals. The ski season generally runs from December through April, depending on the weather conditions. The peak season for skiing is during December and January.

Activities and Attractions near West Virginia Lodging

West Virginia is a state made for outdoor exploring. Berkeley Springs cabins in the mountains are near hundreds of miles of trails open to hikers. There are several multi-day trekking trails for more experienced hikers. There are a number of trails that follow old railroads that are no longer in use. Many of these trails are also open to mountain biking and horseback riding. The local information offices will be able to supply you with up-to-date trail and route guides and information. There are numerous top quality golf courses in West Virginia. Whether you are a hacker or a semi-pro. you can enjoy a leisurely round of 18 holes on a number of championship golf courses. For those looking for a bit of an adrenalin rush, sign up for a thrilling whitewater rafting excursion. There are an estimated 2,000 miles of rivers that you can paddle in West Virginia. For the lower class I and II rapids, you can paddle on your own. But if you want to experience the real whitewater rush then you need to book a trip with a commercial outfitter. West Virginia has some excellent ski resorts offering both downhill and cross country skiing.

Visitors to West Virginia

People who will enjoy West Virginia the most are those that love the outdoors, enjoy adventure sports and appreciate the beautiful landscapes. It is a great family vacation destination and also ideal for a romantic getaway or honeymoon

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