We were looking for an overnight on a long road trip from MI to NC. I'd been past Beckley several times and started trolling TA for a likely spot. It's rare to see 100%-five-star reviews, but I believed them and am happy I did. The Ambrosia is everything it's reviews suggest.
I wasn't too hopeful after cruising by several strip malls, Wal-Mart, countless fast-food franchises, and a few No-Tell Motel establishments. But once on Kanawha street, it took only a few blocks to reach the Ambrosia, an imposing and well-kept manse on a hillside of well-kept grounds. We knocked on the door marked "entrance" and were greeted by Sawsan, the proprietress. She gave us a welcoming tour and showed us to our room. We reserved the suite because of the private bath, but the room itself is enormous as is the bath. There are a number of cozy sitting rooms to allow you to seek or avoid company as you like.
The food is a highlight of the stay as Sawsan is a gourmet cook in her own right. Insider tip: Sawsan is also a gourmet middle-eastern cook, as I learned by speaking a few words of broken Arabic with her. So if you want to try some foul-madamas and falafel for breakfast, Egypt-style, she can accommodate.
There are the usual amenities of self-serve coffee/tea service, a fridge, and good free wi-fi. We loved having the house cats around. In short, I can't recommend Ambrosia highly enough.