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Recent West Virginia Reviews

Top Spot, Comfortable and Charming

5 of 5
Brought my spouse here for a short weekend getaway with mixed expectations. The house was incredibly located with parking which is hard to come by in HF. Great view off the porch, WiFi, Netflix, Cable, a pond on the side with a lit gazebo, and the list is endless. Pieces of Gary's history all over the cottage made it super interested and gave the place charm. He left us wood for the wood-stove as well as fresh towels, sheets, and shampoos. This is an incredible spot if you're lucky enough to get a booking. Close enough to the VA wine trail, located right on the Appalachian Trail, and history scattered throughout the area. We will be back again as we had the most relaxing time. Thanks Gary!
  • Submitted: Mar 15, 2015
  • Stayed: Mar 2015

Keep Coming Back!

5 of 5
My husband and I have been vacationing on the Greenbrier River in Seebert for 30 years. We started in the campground at Watoga, and now we stay at The Guest Quarters or Jeff’s Place. Not because we are too old – we are just SPOILED! This year we stayed in the Guest Quarters in June and September and enjoyed every minute of each trip. I can’t wait to get back next summer. The Guest Quarters will not disappoint you. Its location can't be beat! It's clean and fully stocked with everything you need for a great vacation; and best of all, the owners are super friendly and helpful. They strive to make your getaway - YOUR getaway. Jonelle will gladly answer any questions that you have, and if you need anything during your stay, just let her know. The Guest Quarters has a covered porch with a view, a special “treehouse” over the river, a picnic table, Adirondack chairs, and a fire pit. There is a side yard for playing catch, and little kids could safely ride their bikes near the house. The master bedroom has a small sitting area with a television and views to the river and side yard. An added plus is the Direct TV for any sporting events you may wish to catch, and I do have to admit, I enjoy the WiFi. Cell phone service in the area is spotty or nonexistent (Verizon) so plan accordingly. This property is great for couples or families. Our vacations are purely designed to retreat, relax, and rejuvenate. So, the river, the trail, the mountain beauty, and the peacefulness are perfect for us. We like playing board games and cards, taking hikes, and biking the trail to Marlinton for lunch. My personal favorite is a BBQ sandwich and slice of peanut butter pie at the Greenbrier Grille. There are books and games to enjoy. Kids of all ages will enjoy the river for wading, swimming, minnow catching, rock stacking, rock skipping, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, and of course, fishing. Don’t forget your water shoes! My parents are responsible for my love of the area. It hasn’t mattered if I was 10, 21, 30, 42, or my last trip – my 50th birthday, there is always something fun to do. Using the Guest Quarters as “Home away from Home” makes the trip even better.
  • Submitted: Oct 17, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014