Large efficiency cottage, kit, bath, screened porch, overlooking River.One double bed and futon bed (sleeps 4) Patio, T.V. Bonfire on River, Linens furnished cooking utensils, heat/AC, new renovation, near conv/gas/deli. Rental boat avail, quiet spot with beautiful view and Greenbrier Riverfront.
Former hotel/restaurant owner. Native to area, tour guide, familiar with WV Tourism & area attractions.
Ashby Berkley purchased this cottage in 2009
Quiet undiscovered area of WVA. Safe and convenient, Beautiful spot on a natural, clean, and free flowing Greenbrier River. Near many wonderful attractions (GBR P.G.A.) WV State Fair, Whitewater rafting, State Parks, Bluestone Lake and many more .
Quiet location on the River, Fishing from the bonfire, Swing on the screened porch looking at the River. Great Restaurant dinning in area, great retreat from world with easy access.
A nice little riverside cabin. Clean and well maintained. Our family of 4 (with kids) enjoyed the fire pit, playing in the open yard, and paddling the jon boat along the river. The kitchen was well stocked and beds were comfortable. Ashby (the owner) was very accommodating and willing to help. My only complaint is that the cabin's front door is 15 feet from the 55mph road and during the night I heard every vehicle go by. Overall, we will revisit in the future.
The cottage was very well kept and equipped with all that you would need. The owner had all the local travel information and attractions you could ask for. The river right at your back door with great fishing. I highly recommend this cottage for your next getaway. We will be back.
One of the best times we have ever had on vacation. The owner is very informative about local culture and history, and seems like every one knows him which is a plus when away from home. I highly recommend this hide-away for anyone and plan to go back next year.
The cabin was spotless and well kept. It was very relaxing to sit on the porch and read, listening to the birds, or having a fire and watching the flames dance while eating a s'more. Ashby had local travel info if you needed ideas.
We saw the New River Gorge Bridge, Beartown State Park, Smooth Ambler Distillery, and the Exhibition Coal Mine. The history buff in me enjoyed finding out that John Henry was a real person, and that the legend began just a few miles down the road in Talcott, where there is a statue by the Great Bend Tunnel.
If we're ever in the area again, we will definitely come back. Highly recommend staying at the Cottage on Greenbriar River!
We spent our anniversary here..The cottage was great!! Ashby has put alot of effort into making your stay worth every penny. If it's not already there, you probably don't need it! Very hospitable owner, great cottage, clean and comfy with beautiful views. We will certainly be back VERY soon...
Shane & Darla Ball 7-3-14 thru 7-6-14
We were not sure how the house was going to be , as we had not seen it before. As it turned out, it was perfect. Such a nice and gracious host had provided everything and then some. Pictures don't do it justice. Wonderful atmosphere in the house or outside as well. Fishing was great! We hope to make more trips in the future to this wonderful place. If you just want to get away and sit on the screened in porch and swing, this is the place for you. Not suitable for young children. Too many steps.
Within 1 mile of the camp you have The Greenbrier Academy and a Sunday Flea Market. At the Flea Market grounds, there is competition fishing (in season). There is a nice golf course 8 miles from the camp, and back roads for biking if you wish to ride or walk.
The Alderson 4th of July Celebration (biggest in the state) is 8 miles from the camp. The Annual John Henry Days Celebration (second weekend in July) is a 4 mile drive from the camp. In October, there is a 2 weekend Train Days Celebration 15 miles from the camp.
Within a 1 hour drive is a Railroad museum, Exhibition Coal Mine, Tamarak, Youth Museum, The Greenbrier Hotel, and more.
Within a 2 hour drive, there is White Water Rafting (including the Gauley in season), Skiing, Cass Railroad, and more.