Escape to the Charming B&Bs of the New River Gorge, WVFebruary 12, 2015
Are you still looking to getaway with your loved one this Valentine’s Day? If you’re looking for romance, comfortable living and unique hospitality, bed and breakfasts in the New River Gorge offer you this and more with their old character and charm.
The beautiful and relaxing atmosphere will help transport you and your loved one to a place without the daily stresses of life. The friendly hosts and caretakers of the B&Bs take hospitality to another level by fulfilling your every need and providing you with homemade meals.
2 southern homes open this Valentine’s Day are the Morris Harvey House and the County Seat B&B, where both are located only a minute’s walk away from downtown Fayetteville’s shops and restaurants.
Morris Harvey House
Formerly built and owned by one of Fayetteville’s most outstanding citizens, Morris Harvey, the historic home is one of scale and beauty. Step back in time with the 20th century Queen Anne-style architecture, with includes 5 guest areas, 7 fireplaces and 2 antique bathrooms.
The current owner, Bernie J. Kania Jr. and his family, will make sure you are getting the rest you deserve. He sets high standards for customer service that keeps guests wanting to come back! One of the many delights provided by the owners is their gourmet breakfast and other specials.
All this month, you can get the “A Valentine’s to Remember” couples package. This special includes luxury accommodations and room gifts to make the night a little more romantic, such as a bottle of sparkling wine or cider and a tray of chocolate strawberries. Dinner arrangements for 2 will also be arranged at Gumbo’s Cajun Restaurant.
County Seat B&B
Another charming 20th Century home is waiting for you at the County Seat B&B. You can find gorgeous southern architecture that has retained its exterior and interior beauty, with rooms that are spacious plus comfortable.
A selling point is the site’s location, and also the owner’s hospitality. You will be within a short walking distance from downtown Fayetteville and its many gourmet restaurants, such as the Secret Sandwich Society and Pies and Pints. However, you shouldn’t forget to grab a bite in the morning from this bed and breakfast. Pat Bennett, the owner, is known to make some great breakfast treats!
Have you experienced the charm of these quaint little B&Bs!