Hinton, WV, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Hinton

Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceThis 150 year old colonial house has been recently renovated. Every room has incredible mountain views. A large open kitchen has beautiful granite counter tops, hard wood floors and a large fireplace. Master suite with 3 full bedrooms plus living room, den, kitchen, office and sun room. Guest AccessIn addition to the 800 acres and surrounding mountains guests will enjoy our 50 acre lake, pool, hot tub and sauna located 5 minutes away. Please note, we also own a home near the lake area. If that home is rented, those guests have use of the lake facilities as well. Interaction with GuestsNone, this is a completely private estate. Other Things to NoteSHORTER-TERM RENTALS are considered after November 1, 2015.
Home/Apartment
Good
5 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceCottage C has a 5 star rating based on guest reviews. Two bedrooms, one with a Q bed the 2nd bedroom with a Full bed, full size kitchen, living room with a 50 inch TV/satellite, and bathroom. Outdoors is a covered porch, charcoal grill, fire pit, areas to walk and two restaurants within walking distance. The surrounding area offers much to do as well. We are directly across the street from Pipestem State Park, 10 minutes from Bluestone State Park, minutes from Bluestone Lake, New River, Greenbrier River and lots of scenic mountain views. Activities in the area include: Skiing in the winter, golfing, miniature golfing, swimming indoors and out, fishing, horseback riding, white water rafting, Historic Hinton 15 minutes away offers shopping, antique shops, restaurants, history museum and much more. Or you can escape from your day to day hustle & bustle of busy life and relax. Guest AccessGuest will have access to all Cottage amenities such as fire pit, charcoal grill, small fishing pond, pool and small play area by the pool. Guest will also have access to the State Park directly across the street from us. The Park does not charge to enter and don't charge for amenities like: Radio control race tracts, disk golf, foot golf, Nature Center, hiking and bicycle trails, etc: but does charge for amenities such as: indoor/outdoor pool, golf 9-hole & 18-hole, horse back riding, Aerial tramway, fishing, paddle boats, Summer Amphitheater. Our cottage is in the country but centrally located for many activates which enables you to enjoy a home away from home instead of a cramped hotel room with no privacy for a great price. Interaction with GuestsWe do a face-to-face check-in. This is so we can answer any and all questions or concerns about the cottage or area. We are located on site to assist guest if needed. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is close to the main road, but situated where you can walk yourself and pets, bicycle ride without the worry of street traffic. We are close to lakes, two rivers, two state parks, restaurants, drive-in theater, small shops, ski resort and much more. You don't need to go far to have a great time. Getting AroundAll parking is FREE and off road. Additional parking is available if needed. Other Things to NoteOur cottage has limited space inside for a large reception. Outdoors has a large area in the backyard OR by the outdoor pool is a covered area with tables, a grill and bathroom facilities.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, an innkeeper does not live on site. The Neighborhood A one time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. With the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Home/Apartment
Excellent
10 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceCottage C1 has a 5 star rating based on guest reviews. Two bedrooms, both has queen beds, full size kitchen, living room with a 50 inch TV/satellite, and bathroom. Outdoors is a covered porch, charcoal grill, fire pit, areas to walk and two restaurants within walking distance. The surrounding area offers much to do as well. We are directly across the street from Pipestem State Park, 10 minutes from Bluestone State Park, minutes from Bluestone Lake, New River, Greenbrier River and lots of scenic mountain views. Activities in the area include: Skiing in the winter, golfing, miniature golfing, swimming indoors and out, fishing, horseback riding, white water rafting, Historic Hinton 15 minutes away offers shopping, antique shops, restaurants, history museum and much more. Or you can escape from your day to day hustle & bustle of busy life and relax. Guest AccessGuest will have access to all Cottage amenities such as fire pit, charcoal grill, small fishing pond, pool and small play area by the pool. Guest will also have access to the State Park directly across the street from us. The Park does not charge to enter and don't charge for amenities like: Radio control race tracts, disk golf, foot golf, Nature Center, hiking and bicycle trails, etc: but does charge for amenities such as: indoor/outdoor pool, golf 9-hole & 18-hole, horse back riding, Aerial tramway, fishing, paddle boats, Summer Amphitheater. Our cottage is in the country but centrally located for many activates which enables you to enjoy a home away from home instead of a cramped hotel room with no privacy for a great price. Interaction with GuestsWe do a face-to-face check-in. This is so we can answer any and all questions or concerns about the cottage or area. We are located on site to assist guest if needed. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is close to the main road, but situated where you can walk yourself and pets, bicycle ride without the worry of street traffic. We are close to lakes, two rivers, two state parks, restaurants, drive-in theater, small shops, ski resort and much more. You don't need to go far to have a great time. Getting AroundAll parking is FREE and off road. Additional parking is available if needed. Other Things to NoteOur cottage has limited space inside for a large reception. Outdoors has a large area in the backyard OR by the outdoor pool is a covered area with tables, a grill and bathroom facilities.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, an innkeeper does not live on site. The NeighborhoodWith the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. A one-time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, which means the innkeeper does not live on site.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, which means the innkeeper does not live on site. The NeighborhoodWith the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. A one-time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted which means an innkeeper does not live on site. The NeighborhoodWith the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. A one-time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, an innkeeper does not live on site. The NeighborhoodWith the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. A one-time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, an innkeeper does not live on site. The NeighborhoodThe Guest House Inn is conveniently located in the heart of the downtown Hinton historic district in Summers County WV. A one time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. With the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, an innkeeper does not live on site. The NeighborhoodThe Guest House Inn is conveniently located in the heart of the downtown Hinton historic district in Summers County WV. A one time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. With the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThe Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square located in the heart of Hinton’s historic district, encompasses three non-hosted bed and breakfasts and a conference facility. The newest addition to our properties is the cabin on Coney Island. An updated modern cabin on a private island at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New rivers. We accommodate families, business travelers, small groups, parties, and receptions. All of our properties, with the exception of Coney Island, are within walking distance to shopping, museums, and dining. Guest AccessGuests have secured access to their suite and the common areas of each property. Common areas include the kitchen, living room, dining room, and the outside courtyard. Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, an innkeeper does not live on site. The NeighborhoodWith the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. A one-time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. Getting AroundHinton is 11 miles from Interstate 64 and approximately 45 minutes away from two airports in neighboring counties. The traffic pattern in town is made up of one way and two way city blocks which is very easy to navigate. Amtrak has a designated stop at the Hinton Train Depot that is 4 blocks away from the Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by the tri-weekly Cardinal (Westbound: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday; Eastbound: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday).
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceThe Cabin on Coney Island is one of the properties of The Guest House Inn on Courthouse Square. The cabin offers all amenities on the seclusion of an island. When you really want to get away from it all, visit the cabin on Coney Island. The island is located at the confluence of the New and Greenbrier Rivers and accessible by watercraft only. Guest AccessThe entire island is there for you to explore! Interaction with GuestsGuests are greeted by the hospitality specialist. During this time they are provided a brief tour of their suite and property. The hospitality specialist provides all security codes or keys that are needed to access the main property and the suite in which the guest is staying. The properties are non-hosted, an innkeeper does not live on site. The Neighborhood A one time bustling railroad community is now a charming downtown with brick lined streets, eclectic shops, and old architecture all nestled along the banks of the New and Greenbrier rivers. The confluence of the Bluestone, New, and Greenbrier rivers form the southern West Virginia gateway of the mighty New River in Summers County. Outdoor recreational adventure abounds in and around Hinton. Summers County is one of only a few counties in West Virginia that offers kayakers, floaters, and fisherman 16 public access sites along the banks of the Greenbrier and the New. With the combination of natural beauty and historic charm, Hinton is the hidden jewel of Summers County. Getting AroundThe cabin on Coney Island is located at the confluence of the Greenbrier and New Rivers. A watercraft is the only way to access the island. Don't have a boat? A local outfitter company, Cantrell's Ultimate Rafting can provide the quick float trip to Coney Island. Other Things to NoteCheck in: Friday after 2pm Check out Monday by noon pricing $995.00 / 3 nights. Check in: Tuesday after 2pm - check out Thursday by noon $795.00/ 2 nights. Check in: Friday after 2pm- check out Thursday by noon $(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) nights.
    house
    4br house
      This newly designed log home features an open floor plan where the kitchen, dining area and living room seamlessly blend into each other. Lots of light is provided through the two story high windows and the huge deck and covered porch are easily accessed for outdoor dining. A stone fireplace with a pellet stove makes for cozy winters and above the fireplace an authentic Black Bear watches over you. The kitchen of course is fully equipped with everything you would expect and the furniture in the living room is very comfortable. Towards the back, you will find the Master Bed Room with a queen bed. It connects to the Master bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, separate shower, toilet and a double vanity. The house offers easy access for those with moderate mobility problems, as we installed a gently sloping ramp between the parking lot and the front door. Upstairs, you will find two bed rooms, both with two twin beds. One of the two bed rooms has private access to the full bathroom with separate toilet, shower tub and double vanity. At the front of the house, there is a loft where those who want to be on their own can relax. On the lower level, you will find another bed room with a queen bed. The bathroom has a tiled shower, toilet and sink. The Family room offers a comfortable two seater, a couch, an easy chair and a 42 inch TV. When walking outside, there is a picnic table and a park style grill. The Retreat at Pipestem borders Pipestem State Park. We actually are only 1.2 miles from the lodge and many of our guests just walk it. If you ever have been in this State Park, you of course will want to return, as it is just a beautiful place to be and offers a wide variety of activities, from archery, hiking, kayaking and horseback riding to an open air theatre and fine dining. If it is your first time, we can only tell you that in all the years we have rented out our cabins, we never had a guest disappointed in what there is to see and do!! Just outside the park starts the New River Gorge where there are even more things to see and do. River rafting at various levels, historic towns and sites and of course nature at its best. Stay with us and use us as a base threat yourself and your family to a great vacation or just a short break
      house
      4br house
      • Pets Allowed
      This very well designed log cabin is entered via a boardwalk from the driveway to the front porch. A great-room main interior features a dining corner to the right with seating for six. To the left is the living room with large sleeper sofa and a fully equipped kitchen, with seating at the kitchen counter for additional dining if needed. The powder room is to the rear of this floor. Sliding glass doors lead to a spacious deck with chairs and a table, a great spot for socializing and relaxation. Upstairs are four bedrooms. The master suite has a queen bed and private bath. The other bedrooms are each furnished with twin beds and share a second bath. The Cardinal's secluded setting among lovely maples and oaks gives its guests a feeling of quiet peacefulness and privacy. Situated right behind the State Park, it invites you to take part in all the activities!! The Retreat at Pipestem borders Pipestem State Park. We actually are only 1.2 miles from the lodge and many of our guests just walk it. If you ever have been in this State Park, you of course will want to return, as it is just a beautiful place to be and offers a wide variety of activities, from archery, hiking, kayaking and horseback riding to an open air theatre and fine dining. If it is your first time, we can only tell you that in all the years we have rented out our cabins, we never had a guest disappointed in what there is to see and do!! Just outside the park starts the New River Gorge where there are even more things to see and do. River rafting at various levels, historic towns and sites and of course nature at its best. Stay with us and use us as a base threat yourself and your family to a great vacation or just a short break
      cottage
      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Our new cottage is clean and near fun filled activities with wonderful mountain, lake and river views. Skiing is only 25 min. away. It is a wonderful place to experience many exciting activities or peaceful scenic views along with fine dining, or just grilling out. We are near many unique places, such as, Historical Hinton, old-time drive-in theatre and Hinton's Dairy Queen which is famous for their dining over the New River and wonderful hotdogs. We are on site & available to ensure your needs are cared for. We take pride in a clean and well managed establishment. Cleaning Fee will max out at $40.00 Pet Fee is $5.00 per day - per pet Additional fees may apply: - Cleaning Fee | 10 USD per day - Pet Fee | 5 USD per day We are directly across the street from Pipestem State Park / Resort. Our Cottage is off the main road. Great area for walking, walking pets, there is a pond near by as well. (phone: hidden) for information.
      cabin
      2br cabin
        Greenbrier River Escape is a cozy 2 bedroom cabin on the banks of the Greenbrier River in Hinton, West Virginia. Located on Willowwood Road near the Willowwood Country Club. The railroad track is on the hill across from the cabin. Watch the trains move down the track. Minutes from Bluestone Lake, Bluestone State Park, and Pipestem State Park. Covered deck overlooking the river. The cabin is fully furnished. Great for fishing, canoeing, tubing, or just relaxing. Sandstone Falls is a short distance away. Great hunting and fishing camp!! Winterplace Ski Resort is 40 minutes away. Visit historic Hinton and Lewisburg. Beds: 2 Double Beds, 1 Sofa Bed Deposits: deposit required to book rates subject to change nightly rate for 4 persons, $10 charge for each additional person Occupancy max 6 persons Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa Other Fees: cleaning fee $50.00 Greenbrier River Escape is a cozy 2 bedroom cabin on the banks of the Greenbrier River in Hinton, West Virginia. Located on Willowwood Road near the Willowwood Country Club. The railroad track is on the hill across from the cabin. Watch the trains move down the track. Minutes from Bluestone Lake, Bluestone State Park, and Pipestem State Park. Covered deck overlooking the river. The cabin is fully furnished. Great for fishing, canoeing, tubing, or just relaxing. Sandstone Falls is a short distance away. Great hunting and fishing camp!! Winterplace Ski Resort is 40 minutes away. Visit historic Hinton and Lewisburg. Beds: 2 Double Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
        house
        4br house
        • Pets Allowed
        Before we decided to invite guests to our cabins, we checked around quite a bit and rented several ourselves. We then used the experience gathered to furnish and equip them. The key amenities adding up to a comfortable and satisfying stay, we found out are a well equipped kitchen, even when not cooking every day, enough bathrooms and good sleeping comfort. In almost all cases, we experienced one or more of these ingredients were missing. The kitchens of the log cabins at the Retreat at Pipestem are spacious and well equipped. Each cabin has 2 ½ bathrooms, and the mattresses we selected are exactly the same as those used by one of the world's most premium cruise lines. The West Virginian is a 4 bedrooms, 21/2 bath Loghome equipped with a claw foot tub, excellent mattresses, spacious kitchen, lots of privacy, wrap around porch, outside picnic area with a camp style grill. This spacious 3-story log cabin, features all the conveniences one could wish for. The total square footage of 1800 can comfortably house 8 people. Upon entering at the middle level from a wrap around porch, one finds a dining area seating eight, a powder room and a large kitchen with a bar, a comfortable seating area facing the sliding doors leading to the covered porch, where one can sit and enjoy the forest life or watch a brilliant sunset. Upstairs are two bedrooms. The large master suite has a queen bed while the smaller room has two twins. The huge full bath on this floor has a great shower, separate claw foot tub and double sinks and toilet. Downstairs at the lower level, you will find a spacious living room. There is a large bedroom with a queen bed and a smaller bedroom with two twins. A full bath with toilet, sink and shower. Sliding glass doors leading to the outside grounds with a camp style grill picnic table and fire pit. Because of the three levels of this cabin, it offers lots of privacy. The Retreat at Pipestem borders Pipestem State Park. We actually are only 1.2 miles from the lodge and many of our guests just walk it. If you ever have been in this State Park, you of course will want to return, as it is just a beautiful place to be and offers a wide variety of activities, from archery, hiking, kayaking and horseback riding to an open air theatre and fine dining. If it is your first time, we can only tell you that in all the years we have rented out our cabins, we never had a guest disappointed in what there is to see and do!! Just outside the park starts the New River Gorge where there are even more things to see and do. River rafting at various levels, historic towns and sites and of course nature at its best. Stay with us and use us as a base threat yourself and your family to a great vacation or just a short break
        cottage
        2br cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        Our new cottage is clean and near fun filled activities with wonderful mountain, lake and river views. Skiing is only 25 min. away. It is a wonderful place to experience many exciting activities or peaceful scenic views along with fine dining, or just grilling out. We are near many unique places, such as, Historical Hinton, old-time drive-in theatre and Hinton’s Dairy Queen which is famous for their dining over the New River and wonderful hotdogs. We are on site & available to ensure your needs are cared for. We take pride in a clean and well managed establishment. Cleaning Fee will max out at $40.00 Pet Fee is $5.00 per night per pet Additional fees may apply: - Cleaning Fee | 10 USD per day - Pet Fee | 5 USD per day
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        20 reviews
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceThe cabin is a fully furnished year round home, rustic but comfortable. Take note of where the furniture is, then move whatever you want to make your stay more comfortable. You can put it back the way it was when it's time to leave. Don't lose any time before acquainting yourself with the beautiful Greenbrier River. Drop your suitcases on the bed, unpack your groceries and step out onto the big screened porch overlooking the river. There's no better white sound than "live" water and there's no better place for a nap than a rocking chair on our porch. In a matter of moments, you will feel at home. The cabin has two double beds - one in the bedroom and a second one in a corner of the living room. There is also a twin sized hotel bed that can be unfolded and made up as needed. Linens are provided for all three beds. If you have extra folks coming with you, we provide two single cots that make a comfortable bed (you'll need to bring sleeping bags for those). There's room on the floor for an air mattress (ditto on the linens - we stop at 5). The bathroom has a nice sized shower with plenty of racks for hanging towels. Bath and bed linens are provided. The lower shelf has a hair dryer, steam iron and miniature ironing board that can be used atop the kitchen table. The kitchen has a stove, microwave and refrigerator. Basic dishes, utensils, pots and pans, serving dishes, cookie sheets and baking pans are ready for use. All of the pottery, china, stoneware and pyrex dishes are oven and microwave safe. The fridge and cabinets have basic condiments and some food stuff. Unless it's marked "Do Not Use" you may help yourself. If you do finish off the last of something basic like butter, coffee, sugar, etc., it would be thoughtful to buy some more to replace it before you leave. Of course, if you don't want to cook, you can venture out and find some wonderful food. Because of the proximity to the Greenbrier Resort, our part of West Virginia has a great many restaurants with creative chefs who finished their training at the Greenbrier. The River Cabin notebook on the telephone table has suggestions for nearby activities. Let us know what your interests are and we'll try to point you in the right direction. You don't need to leave our property if you like hunting, hiking or fishing. Birdwatchers are treated to sightings of great blue herons, pileated woodpeckers and occasional bald eagles in the daytime. Eastern phoebes are charming, as well as the bank swallows that hang out near the river. After dark we are used to hearing the night call of several species of owls. We keep binoculars and a bird identification book on the sideboard in the kitchen. Even though the property affords privacy, it is only 4 miles from a regional hospital. The old railroading town of Hinton is just 7 miles from the cabin. There is a Kroger grocery store, Rite-Aid drug store that includes a liquor store. For almost anything else you might need, MagicMart is the place to go for everything from chain saws to lingerie. Board games, batteries, appliances and Christmas ornaments - if they don't have it, you don't need it. We keep a toy bin with books, dolls, finger puppets and dinosaurs under one of the living room tables. Board games and playing cards are under the other. And, of course, there's the river. The Greenbrier is suitable for tubing or kayaking. You can bring your own raft, canoe or kayak, or you can rent one in town. Whether you're headed out for an afternoon of skipping rocks or a few hours of photography, we've cleared two paths for ready access down to the river and back. There are over 200 yards of river frontage. As our guest, you may fish from the banks but if you want to cast a line from a boat or canoe, or if you want to drive down to the public access spots and try your luck in the New River, you'll need a West Virginia fishing license. Angler's shops in Hinton always know what's biting on any given day. They can sell you whatever license you might need. Naturally, they'll also have a selection of tackle they'd like for you to have a look at while you're there... We enjoy walking in the woods "up the holler." It's an easy to moderate hike along an old logging road that goes almost to the top of the mountain. The hills on either side are steep and present more of a challenge. Walking sticks are stacked in the corner beside the back door in the kitchen. Note: Be sure to bring them back with you!! It's easy to get caught up enjoying the greenery but if you set one of the walking sticks down to take a photograph, be sure to take note of where you laid it so you can bring it back with you. Guest AccessThere is a combo keybox on the front door so you can let yourself in. We will e-mail the access code to you the day before you are due to arrive. Interaction with GuestsA phone number will be provided in case you run into a problem or have trouble figuring out what to do. For questions or requests for information about the area, you can text or e-mail any time. For an actual emergency, we can be reached by phone 24-hours a day. The NeighborhoodThis is a vintage log home, tucked in between small creeks and ravines and surrounded by dogwoods, maple, oak and hemlock trees. The property includes 140 acres with hundreds of yards of frontage on the beautiful Greenbrier River. There are good roads all the way to our drive. Camp Lightfoot Road is one lane but there is room for two vehicles to pass each other if both are courteous about pulling over onto the shoulder a bit. The cabin is our home away from home. When we're expecting guests, we clear out and let you have the place all to yourselves. The notebook on the telephone table has a map of the River Cabin property so you'll know the dimensions of our acreage. Most of the guest comments include some mention of the screened porch, and some folks never leave it long enough to go exploring on the rest of our property. With more than 140 acres, however, you can take some nice walks along on the old logging road that follows the creek. Or you can strike out through the woods and catalog the wildflowers and native plants. There's a guide book in the living room that you can carry with you. We've come across Jack-in-the-pulpit, maidenhair fern, rhododendron, wild ginger, miterwort, scads of ferns, decorative lichens and more. Please note that guests are not permitted to pick, harvest, cut or dig anything on the property. The woods are charming, and we want to leave them just the way they are. Walking sticks are stacked beside the door that leads out onto the screened porch from the kitchen. Note: Be sure to bring them back with you!! It's easy to get caught up enjoying the greenery but if you lay the walking stick down, remember to bring it back with you. The Greenbrier is a "natural" river; it has never been dammed, and the banks are home to beavers, river otters and a huge assortment of birds. Regular sightings include bald eagle, great blue heron, pileated woodpecker, Eastern phoebes and many more. We keep binoculars and a couple of bird identification books on hand for your use. In front of the cabin, the river is 103 yards across and it is an excellent stream for smallmouth bass and other game fish. You may keep what you land or you can catch & release, whichever you prefer. Local fishing outfitters have the best information on what's biting and what kind of tackle to use. Getting AroundThere is a lean-to carport with room for one car. You can park anywhere there is gravel. No need to close the gate when you're coming and going. Leave it propped open until you're ready to check out, then you can close it behind you. Other Things to NoteIf you're staying long enough to do laundry, you will have access to the washer & dryer. They are in the basement. Go down the porch steps that are closest to the kitchen door, turn left and then left again to enter the basement. The door is just below the screened porch. NOTE: We keep the basement locked. Let us know if you think you'll need to do laundry and we will tell you where we store the key.
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        39 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Parking
        The SpaceThe "lodge" is comfortable and unique. It is situated on a 63 acre farm with ponds, views, and hiking trails. The lodge has two bedrooms, and a LR with a fold-out couch. Beds are one queen, and one full with a pillow top mattress. Egyptian cotton sheets. Bath and kitchen essentials provided (soap, linens, coffee, spring water, etc.). Guest AccessSpread out in the entire house, with the exception of two secured rooms that contain personal items. We have mowed hiking trails/fields on the 63 acre farm, and ask that you remain on those trails. Interaction with GuestsJon and Abby live next door, and are available to assist you with any concerns and information about the area. But we also respect your privacy, and your chance to enjoy the neighborhood pileated woodpeckers, wild turkey, great blue herons, deer, foxes, and very occasional bear. The NeighborhoodA National Park Service Visitors Center is located 1 1/2 miles from your door, as is the public river access for a splendid whitewater/float experience (Sandstone to Meadow Creek). Essential supplies are available at the country store in "downtown" Sandstone one mile away from the Lodge (Sandstone consists of a post office, store-gas station, and firehouse). Exit 125, Beaver (about 20 minutes drive) is the closest shopping/ restaurants area. Pipestem State Park, Bluestone State Park, Historic Hinton, Grandview, Lewisburg offer recreation/dining facilities most within a 30 minute drive. Getting AroundOur driveway is a 3/4 mile private gravel road that goes up the mountain and through the woods. Most cars can navigate it in most weather conditions without problem. Many guests say that the road in a fun part of the adventure. Other Things to NoteWe have TV via antenna. We get 6 channels including CBS, NBC, FOX. We also have an extensive Blu-ray /DVD library from which you may check out titles for free. There's no wired internet on the farm. Your only internet access will be over your cell phones.
        Home/Apartment
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Parking
        The SpaceThe house is cozy and clean and has recently been updated with new flooring and new bathroom. The beds are extremely comfortable and sheets and linens replaced after every guest. The house is currently used for guests using our outfitting service on the New River and now will be offered to all. The house comes with all linens and towels. This is not a honeymoon suite type of place but more of a functional house for those wanting a vacation in the New River Gorge. Guest AccessThe house is directly in New River Gorge National Park and 30 minutes from Lewisburg or Beckley. The house will be unlocked before you arrive so just go on in. There is no check-in or checkout procedure. Interaction with GuestsI live close by but most likely will not see you unless there is a problem with house or you need something. Feel free to call me or ask me anything about the area and would be happy to help The NeighborhoodThe house is located in small community of Meadow Creek. There are other houses nearby but the house is also somewhat private. There is a public boater access alongside the house so boaters will be coming and going. I have not locked the house in 3 years and have had no issues with theft or vandalism. I know everyone in the town and everyone looks out for their neighbor. There are railroad tracks that run by house and river and trains can be frequent or not at all. Getting AroundLocated only 3 miles from Interstate 64! Other Things to NoteThe house is directly on the banks of the New River and near the public boater access. The house is private from other houses but there is the occasional boater coming and going. There are railroad tracks nearby and trains do occasionally run on these tracks.
        Bedroom
        Excellent
        7 reviews
        Bedroom
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        Two to three rooms available in a private family home surrounded by woods only minutes from world class fishing, great boating and swimming, two divisions of the National Park Service, and two state parks. Surround yourself in nature. Pet-friendly!
        Home/Apartment
        4br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceBefore we decided to invite guests to our cabins, we checked around quite a bit and rented several ourselves. We then used the experience gathered to furnish and equip them. The key amenities adding up to a comfortable and satisfying stay, we found out are a well equipped kitchen, even when not cooking every day, enough bathrooms and good sleeping comfort. In almost all cases, we experienced one or more of these ingredients were missing. The kitchens of the log cabins at the Retreat are spacious and well equipped. Each cabin has 2 ½ bathrooms, and the mattresses we selected are exactly the same as those used by one of the world's most premium cruise lines. The Cardinal (6-8 persons) 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ bath, light and airy, fully equipped kitchen, excellent mattresses, ideal for a family, excellent floor plan, one sleeper sofa. This very well designed log cabin is entered via a boardwalk from the driveway to the front porch. A great-room main interior features a dining corner to the right with seating for six. To the left is the living room with large sleeper sofa and a fully equipped kitchen, with seating at the kitchen counter for additional dining if needed. The powder room is to the rear of this floor. Sliding glass doors lead to a spacious deck with chairs and a table, a great spot for socializing and relaxation. Upstairs are four bedrooms. The master suite has a queen bed and private bath. The other bedrooms are each furnished with twin beds and share a second bath. The Cardinal's secluded setting among lovely maples and oaks gives its guests a feeling of quiet peacefulness and privacy. Guest AccessThe cardinal is a single log home and you will have the whole place. From the covered front porch, to the deck and picnic area, to the three bedrooms upstairs and an oh so cute bedroom downstairs with two cubby hole beds. Interaction with GuestsWe don't live on site, but make every effort to be available. Our property manager is only minutes away. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is really the State park. We border their property and have partnered with them on numerous occasions. You are free to use everything they have to offer. Getting AroundPlease bring a car. There is no public transportation. In winter when there is snow, we would not recommend a rear wheel drive car, although several of our neighbors have them.
        Hotel
        3-star Hotel
        Situated in Pipestem, this cabin is 14.6 mi (23.5 km) from Princeton Railroad Museum and within 32 mi (52 km) of Winterplace Ski Resort and Someplace Special Gem Mine. Little Beaver State Park is 32.2 mi (51.8 km) away.
        house
        4br house
          Built in 1890 two story home with water front access upstairs balcony looking over the Greenbrier river. Two acre lot prefect for picnics. nice back porch. Jet tub upstairs, washer and dryer perfect for fishing, hunting, or just relaxing. Close to Pipestem State Park and Sandstone Falls. Hinton lovely small town.
          Home/Apartment
          4br Home/Apartment
          • Wifi
          • Parking
          The SpaceBefore we decided to invite guests to our cabins, we checked around quite a bit and rented several ourselves. We then used the experience gathered to furnish and equip them. The key amenities adding up to a comfortable and satisfying stay, we found out are a well equipped kitchen, even when not cooking every day, enough bathrooms and good sleeping comfort. In almost all cases, we experienced one or more of these ingredients were missing. 4 bedrooms (one on the main floor), 3 baths, lots of windows, Jacuzzi tub in one bathroom, cathedral ceilings, central air and heath, fully equipped kitchen, authentic log furniture. This newly designed log home features an open floor plan where the kitchen, dining area and living room seamlessly blend into each other. Lots of light is provided through the two story high windows and the huge deck and covered porch are easily accessed for outdoor dining. A stone fireplace with a pellet stove makes for cozy winters and above the fireplace an authentic Black Bear watches over you. The kitchen of course is fully equipped with everything you would expect and the furniture in the living room is very comfortable. Towards the back, you will find the Master Bed Room with a queen bed. It connects to the Master bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, separate shower, toilet and a double vanity. The house offers easy access for those with moderate mobility problems, as we installed a gently sloping ramp between the parking lot and the front door. Upstairs, you will find two bed rooms, both with two twin beds. One of the two bed rooms has private access to the full bathroom with separate toilet, shower tub and double vanity. At the front of the house, there is a loft where those who want to be on their own can relax. On the lower level, you will find another bed room with a queen bed. The bathroom has a tiled shower, toilet and sink. The Family room offers a comfortable two seater, a couch, an easy chair and a 42 inch TV. When walking outside, there is a picnic table and a park style grill. Guest AccessThe house is yours!! From the loft to the family room, the covered porch with a swing and an open spacious deck. Please use it as your own home and feel like it's your place!! Interaction with GuestsWhile we don't live on site, we make every effort to be reached easily. Our property manager lives minutes away in case there is an issue. The NeighborhoodThe Retreat at Pipestem ((URL HIDDEN) The Retreat at Pipestem is a lovely secluded ten acre property adjacent to Pipestem Resort and State Park. A first impression can only be made once. We believe that the same will happen to you, as what happened to us when we first visited the Retreat. The access road leads you through the beautiful grounds of the park, showcasing its natural beauty and many of the experiences it has to offer. Then after you pass the golf course, you turn onto a very quiet little traveled road to find the secluded Retreat a few minutes later. The quiet beauty of nature surrounding you and the comfortable and cozy atmosphere of the log homes will enthrall you and make you feel good about your decision to stay here for your vacation. After our first visit, we felt the same and simply could not resist the urge to purchase the Property. Of course a first impression is not enough, as it needs to be sustained by further good experiences. Over time our enthusiasm about the Retreat and the surrounding areas has only grown, and we feel confident that you will feel the same and that after your stay you only will want to come back. Location is everything and that certainly is true for selecting a spot to vacation, and the Retreat at Pipestem in this respect is the ultimate getaway and a place for all seasons. The property actually borders the park’s 18 hole golf course, although it can’t be seen from the cabins. The Lodge is only a fifteen minute walk away and the various activities are almost all within walking distance. The Retreat, although in the mountains, has no dangerously steep hills and is safe and attractive for children. Getting AroundWe are 1.2 miles from the lodge of Pipestem State Park, but you will need a car to get around in the area. In winter it is possible to use a rear wheel drive car, but we would not recommend this. Front wheel drive, we think is the minimum, or of course all wheel drive. The raods in the park are kept clean and the one lane road to our property as well, but it usually is not a priority with the road cleaners.
          Home/Apartment
          3br Home/Apartment
          • Parking
          • Swimming Pool
          The SpaceOur home has 2 bedrooms plus a sleeping loft and is located on 800 acres. The estate includes a private 40 acre lake, pool, 2500 sq. ft. club house, hot tub, sauna, 7 miles of walking/bicycling trails Great white water rafting, zip line tours, state parks and caves to visit within 30 minute drive Guest AccessThe home is located approximately 1/4 mile away from the beach/pool/lake area. We also own another home approximately 5 minutes away. If that home is rented, those guests also have use of the beach/pool/lake area. Interaction with GuestsThere are no other guests on the property The NeighborhoodGreat white water rafting, zip line tours, state parks and caves to visit within 30 minute drive Getting AroundNo Other Things to NoteSHORTER-TERM RENTALS are considered until May 13, 2016. Beginning May 13, 2016 there is a 7 night minimum. We have a second home with 3 bedrooms 5 minutes away if you have additional guests. Also the pool house, patio overlooking the lake is available for weddings and private events.
          hotels
          hotels
          • Parking
          • Swimming Pool
          When you stay at Rock Ridge Rentals LLC in Pipestem, you'll be within the vicinity of Bluestone Wildlife Management Area. This cabin is within the region of Winterplace Ski Resort and Princeton Railroad Museum. Make yourself at home in one of the 2 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Have private balconies or patios. Flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and ceiling fans, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis. Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a seasonal outdoor pool, or other amenities including a picnic area and barbecue grills. Free self parking is available onsite.
          hotel
          143br hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          Enjoy your visit to Pipestem with a stay at Pipestem Resort State Park. Guests can relax at the sauna, work out at the fitness center, or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. An indoor pool and an outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms feature fireplaces and kitchens.
          hotel
          8br hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          Situated in Hinton, this guesthouse is within 25 mi (40 km) of Someplace Special Gem Mine, Little Beaver State Park, and Grandview Golf Course. Winterplace Ski Resort and Cliffside Amphitheatre are also within 32 mi (52 km).
          hotel
          hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          When visiting Hinton, Three Rivers Studios is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. Condos feature kitchenettes and flat-screen TVs.
          hotel
          hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          When visiting Hinton, Three Rivers Studios is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. Condos feature kitchenettes and flat-screen TVs.