The SpaceThis condo is over-sized, with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. There are large windows to enjoy the view of the beautiful slopes and mountain terrain from the kitchen and living areas. This is one of the only 6 "St. Moritz" units in the building with a wood burning fireplace. This unit is beautifully remodeled and has 230 square feet more than the other 2BR units in this building. The kitchen is well-stocked with dinnerware, utensils, pots and pans, coffee maker, oven, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, blender, etc. so you can prepare your own meals. The kitchen table seats six. The master bedroom has a queen bed, ceiling fan, 25” cable TV, and a DVD player. The master bedroom also has its own private full bath. The 2nd bedroom has a queen bed, ceiling fan, 19” cable TV, and a VHS player. There is a 2nd full bathroom off of the hallway. The sofa in the living room has a pull out bed, 27” TV, and DVD player along with a large DVD library. This unit has a built-in ski rack and a double balcony.
Portable Air Conditioner in case you get warm in the summer.
**Free Wi-Fi Internet inside condo and throughout building.** Guest AccessCoin operated laundry facilities are located down the hall near the elevators.
Large lobby with comfortable sofas and tables for games surrounding wood-burning fire place.
Video game (arcade) room. Interaction with GuestsThis is a privately-owned unit. The owner will not be present. The NeighborhoodSnowshoe Mountain, West Virginia is the premier ski resort in the Mid-Atlantic region with a whopping elevation of 4,848 feet. Typically, Snowshoe receives an average of 180 inches of natural snowfall each year. Snowshoe features 57 trails within 3 different ski areas: The Basin, The Western Territory and Silver Creek with 100% snowmaking capabilities in each area. The Western Territory boasts expert only terrain with a 1,500 foot vertical drop and the longest trail on the mountain, 1.5 miles. Silver Creek is popular for its night skiing, terrain park features and the Coca-Cola tubing park. A free shuttle service is provided to get you from one area to another. If you are not a skier or rider, there are still plenty of wintertime activities for the whole family. Snowshoe Mountain offers Polaris RZR and Snowmobile tours, as well as SnowCat tours where you can learn more about the art of grooming. Plus, there are a variety of shops and restaurants in the village and around the mountain. If you are looking for some relaxation and pampering, you may want to visit the Spa at Snowshoe.
In the summertime, Snowshoe continues its vibrancy with festivals, such as Blues, Brews and BBQs, Fire on the Mountain Chili Cook-Off, The Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) off-road ATV and motorcycle racing series, FreeFall Festival and other various wine and jazz events. If you are one for lots of activity, Snowshoe offers rugged Segway tours, hiking, downhill mountain biking (you can even put your bike on the lift and get a ride to the top), kayaking, canoeing, fishing at Shavers Lake and golf at the Raven Golf Course. Motorcyclists flock to the mountain to enjoy all of the curvy mountainous and scenic roads in the area. If you are looking to hop aboard a historic steam train, Cass Railroad is the place to go. The station is just 10 miles away. For a longer day trip, head to Seneca Rocks for some amazing rock climbing and cliff views. More details on Snowshoe’s winter and summer events and activities can be found on their website, it is definitely worth a visit!
Getting AroundFree local shuttle (winter only) Other Things to NoteHoliday weekends (MLK and President's) require a 3 night minimum with Friday check in only!