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Much of West Virginia’s history and heritage can be tied to the railroad industry. Take a trip back in time when trains were used to haul coal, timber, oil and gas from nearly inaccessible areas of this famously rugged state. Travelers can embark on day trips or full vacation excursions via train! Or, learn about the state’s history during the Civil War -- West Virginia is the only state to have been born during that conflict. Come experience the rich history of the Mountain State for yourself!
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A stay at a Berkeley Springs Cottage Rental puts you right in the midst of rich historical areas. Make sure not to miss out on the nearby Berkeley Castle with thirteen rooms and even boasts a basement dungeon! Also check out the Paw Paw Tunnel, the largest man-made structure on the C&O canal!... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 95 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Berkeley Springs
- Nearby Water N/A
- Open Dates All Year
- Pet Friendly
- Cabins, Cottages, and Chalets
Take a historic tour at Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park, or take a ticket to the mansion and wagon ride tour. The island is a tranquil world away, in old growth groves of giant trees, varied wildlife, and rich plant life. Return by twilight with your sweetheart for a Mansion by Candlelight tour.... more
The Greenbrier has been a remote but sought-after mountain retreat, a Civil War and WWII hospital and an original railroad resort during its 230-year history. It even features a once-secret US government bunker built in the 1950s; each of its rooms, suites and estate houses bears historic architecture and period décor.... more
The Inn is named after the famous French and Indian War soldier and colonel, Andrew Lewis, of whom the town of Lewisburg is also named after. The east wing of the house was originally built in 1834 as the Withrow House, and on May 23, 1862, the high ground around the home saw the deployment of Confederate troops! ... more