I found Woods Hole on Trip Advisor while planning a trip to Blacksburg, Va. I found Woods Hole appealing because of its location and especially it's history. I stayed for two nights and met some great people!!
Neville and Michael are, without a doubt, the most hospitable people you could want. They are both very sincere honest people who bring a "hippie" sort of atmosphere to a great establishment! Michael and Neville are developing an establishment that could easily become "off the grid" and self sufficient !! Neville and Michael put their hearts into this establishment and IT SHOWS !
Woods Hole is a working farm complete with gardens, cows, pigs and of course chickens. It has a bunk house for Appalachian Trail hikers. The bunk house was originally a place for Neville's grandfather to park his car. Michael and Neville have done an amazing job converting it to a warm dry place to socialize and rest...
If you like the "off the beaten path" kind of place, this place is for you !!
I will return...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Woods Hole is an 1880's chestnut log cabin with adjacent log bunkhouse in the Southwest corner of Virginia. Established in 1986, the hostel offers two private rooms, rustic bunkhouse, massage therapy, yoga, and family style meals. Woods Hole is located 1/2 mile off the Appalachian Trail and 45 minutes from I77 or I81. Find your way back to nature with Woods Hole Hostel & Mountain Retreat. ... more less