West Virginia Bed and Breakfasts

Welcome to wild and wonderful West Virginia, the Mountain State, where you can enjoy numerous West Virginia bed & breakfasts. From Charles Townin the eastern panhandle of the state to Huntington in the Metro Valley to Landgraff in the Greenbrier Valley there is a West Virginia bed and breakfast for every traveler.

West Virginia is part of the Civil War Discovery Trail and the majority of the decisive battles took place before the end of 1861 and of course in the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, West Virginia's distinguished Confederate General, Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, played a vital role. Immerse yourself during the day exploring these historical sites and spend your nights in historic homes transformed into a comfortable West Virginia bed and breakfast.

Outdoor enthusiastics applaud the variety of great activities, from spectacular white water rafting, to challenging mountain biking terrain, to fabulous fishing and a massive area of natural wilderness. In the evenings, relax at a rustic or romantic West Virginia bed breakfast as you prepare for the next day's adventures.

And did you know that Olympic champion Mary Lou Retton, novelist Pearl Buck and Tuskegee College President Booker T Washington were all native West Virginians? So stop by any of the inviting bed and breakfasts in West Virginia and enjoy a part of this rich heritage.

Whether you are a history buff or naturalist, West Virginia will not disappoint and staying at a B&B in West Virginia will only enhance that stay.

West Virginia B&B Associations

See also:
West Virginia inns that are historic - Listed By City
West Virginia inns that are historic - Listed By Year Built

West Virginia Bed and Breakfast Locations
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Eastern Panhandle

Berkeley Springs
Charles Town

Metro Valley


Mountain Lakes


New River/Greeenbrier Valley


Potomac Highlands

Seneca Rocks

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