West Virginia Bed and Breakfasts

Eastern Gateway

Mountain Lakes

Mountaineer Country

New River Greenbrier Valley

Northern Panhandle

Potomac Highlands

More About West Virginia

West Virginia is usually overlooked, yet the small state boasts an amazing number of recreational and historical attractions. With over 12 state parks and three National Parks - including over 10,000 acres of river valley, there is plenty of open space. Outdoor activities range from skiing, backpacking and whitewater rafting. The Seneca area is famous for technical climbing and hiking trails. Visit old coal mines, and tour scenic highways and byways or take a Historic Railroad Tour. Many West Virginia towns still boast historic main streets and festivals abound, such as the Country Road Festival and the Appalachian String Band Festival.