Fayetteville Lodge Rental Photos and Description
Eight Bedroom, Four Bath Log Cabin With Large Ponds
This secluded mountain lodge lets your group enjoy fishing, hiking, swimming, kayaks, and relaxation - all without leaving the property! You'll be close to white water rafting, rock climbing and skiing in winter, but once you settle into this 80-acre estate, you won't want to leave.
Maple Fork Lodge has beds for up to twenty-six people, a spacious kitchen and dining area, tastefully decorated great room, ample entertainment room with sixty-inch HD television, High-speed wireless internet throughout the home, a business center and library, and best of all, several ponds, the largest of which is just over an acre - all stocked with fish! The kids will love splashing into the pond from our 18-foot rope swing and paddling around in the provided flat-top kayaks.
With lots of cozy nooks for reading or face-to-face meetings, this property is perfect for corporate or church retreats, girl's getaway weekends, family reunions, scouting events or just a vacation spot for large families. Whatever your reason for visiting our little corner of 'Almost Heaven,' you'll definitely want to come back again next year!
BEWARE: DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THIS PROPERTY, SCAMMERS HAVE TRIED TO SPOOF THIS LISTING AND TRICK PEOPLE INTO SENDING MONEY TO THEM VIA WIRE TRANSFER. MAPLE FORK LODGE WILL NEVER ASK YOU TO PAY USING WIRE TRANSFER. RESERVATIONS ARE NOT VALID UNLESS YOU HAVE PERSONALLY SPOKEN TO OUR RESERVATION MANAGER, AMANDA BY PHONE AT 304-575-1641.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
About Amanda Bowers
The home was purchased in 2005 by Chuck Holton and his wife, Connie. It soon became the Holton Hideaway...Chuck is a television War Correspondent, author, and Adventurer who travels to more than 20 countries each year. Photographs of Chuck's travels adorn the home. When he's not reporting from a far-flung war zone, Chuck hides out with his family at their home in Panama, but the family still loves spending time at the family farm in WV several times each year.
Amanda Bowers purchased this lodge in 2005
Why Amanda Bowers chose Fayetteville
In 2005 we escaped the business of Washington, DC for a more serene existence in southern West Virginia. When we moved to Panama in 2012, we wanted to see the farm in WV being enjoyed by others.
What makes this lodge unique
Maple Fork Lodge is a wonderfully secluded property - well off the road. With eighty acres to explore and mountaintop views that will take your breath away - it's the perfect place for relaxing with family and friends. The decor isn't stuffy and formal - but designed to make large groups seem cozy and intimate.