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Recent West Virginia Reviews

EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED, QUIET AND COMFY

5 of 5
The listing was accurate regarding the location, layout, and amenities. The property was clean, well maintained, and just all around comfortable. Something that really stood out was the screened front porch. We were able to eat outside with a full view of the trees and not worry about bugs. The stairs to the loft are more narrow than we expected and tricky to navigate,especially if you need to get a suitcase/bag up. The wi-fi and TV both worked well. The hot tub was clean and fit my husband and I perfectly. It would fit 4 average-sized adults comfortably. One night, my husband and I saw this long line of "clouds" and realized we could actually see the milky way from the hot tub...no light pollution there and it was really neat! There were more deer than we anticipated, and while driving on the narrow roads, we had to be extra cautious. The kids loved seeing them though. We didn't eat out at any of the restaurants during our week stay, but we went to Kerr's store for groceries once. It was very well stocked for such a small location and had everything we needed. As far as activities go, one day we drove about 45 min to the Trough General Store in Romney to rent a canoe. The people there were very friendly and helpful, and the views were great--a lot of wildlife along the route and we were lucky enough to see a train go over a bridge we went under. The kids were in awe. We also went to our first WV winery (West Whitehill), which was better than we expected. We tried dry, semi-dry, sweet and fruity, and all tasted pretty good. It was on par with most of the Loudoun County vineyards we've been to. We also went to Lost Creek Brewery about 10 min from the chalet. My husband thought they were good...only four beers were available to taste, though. And finally, the fishing. We took our kids, ages 10 and 5, fishing at Warden Lake almost everyday. Over the course of a week, they probably caught about 20 Bluegill (we put all of them back) and they were very happy with that. Immediately upon check-in, there was a binder on the table which was very comprehensive; filled with local information, hiking trails in the area, local restaurants, etc. After the stay, Tom and Gail returned our security deposit to us very quickly, within 1 business day actually, and overall we had a great family vacation. Thank you, Tom and Gail! Hopefully we'll be able to make it back soon.
  • Submitted: Jul 22, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014

BEAUTIFUL, CLEAN, WELL-EQUIPPED, COMFORTABLE

5 of 5
The house was lovely and exceptionally clean. The kitchen was quite well-equipped with pots, pans, baking pans and even an electric griddle for pancakes. Our children enjoyed playing with the toys and my husband and brother-in-law enjoyed playing ping-pong. There were several deer and rabbits wandering through the surrounding woods.The house is a short drive to the state park across the road and to the town center of Berkeley Springs. (By the way, the Food Lion on 522 is an excellent grocery store--I had packed a cooler with food for the trip because I was not sure what to expect, but could have just make a quick grocery trip even more easily.) We very much enjoyed our stay.
  • Submitted: Jul 19, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014

PERFECT SNOWSHOE VACATION

5 of 5
My wife and I were looking for a rental, one that was on the mountain and would accommodate the two of us and our two dogs. While this house is set up for larger parties, it didn't feel like we were in "too much house" for just us and the dogs. All of our criteria were met: not too busy of an area, can't see the neighbors, nice views (this might have been the best part), a good kitchen, comfortable living room / common area with a fireplace and a space for the dogs to run around and do their business. The owner provided some great recommendations in terms of where to eat, rent snowboard/ski equipment and who to see for more detailed guidance on all of the above. Additionally, he was very adamant about calling him with any questions we had. Located just a couple miles from the Snowshoe Village, we were exactly where we wanted to be: close to the village, but not right in the middle if the hustle and bustle; just a short walk from multiple trail heads for walking the dogs and exploring the woods. The bedrooms were cozy and comfy, as were the couches and lounge chair. Bathrooms were clean and up to date. It was nice to just turn off the phones, take it day by day and enjoy being secluded up on the mountain fro a week. All in all, this house left nothing to be desired and we will definitely be visiting again for both winter and summer vacations. HIghly recommend going in the middle of the week, as the rush seemed to be leaving as we arrived on Monday and arriving as we left on Friday. Considerations: There is zero cell service for Verizon and most other carriers. There is a land line with free long distance at the house. Free wifi and satellite TV are also provided. 4-wheel drive. Long, steep, winding stairway from driveway to front door (as is the same for most all the single-family homes outside of the village). Not much of a yard. The driveway is big enough for 4-6 vehicles, though it would be tight for turning around to exit wit more than just 2-3 vehicles. Bring your own groceries…the stores there have your basics, but not everything you'd want if you're trying to do all your own cooking. Bring your own DVDs if you want to watch movies. Hit up the Depot in the Village for guidance on any and all Q's regarding what to do and how to do it - ski/snowboard/snow mobile, etc.
  • Submitted: Feb 1, 2014
  • Stayed: Jan 2014