We stayed in cabin #4 for two nights while we biked the Greenbrier River Trail. We did not use their access road to the trail since we were being dropped off and picked up elsewhere on the trail, but you can access the trail from the cabins on your bike using a short trail on their property. The owners are nice people and live in a cabin home on the property which was good to know just in case we had any concerns. They also have a contractor's business located adjacent to the cabins, which was not bothersome. Highway 219 is somewhat closeby and there was some road noise, but not a concern.
The cabin itself was good as a home base for us and the kitchen is a nice place to prepare and serve a meal. It is nicely decorated with a rustic cabin theme. The grounds are a safe place for kids to run around and play or ride bikes. The stream is very low this time of year but the kids thought it was a fun place to splash around in. There is a nicely built communal fire pit with free wood supplied. We thought the tiny cabin launderette where we were welcome to do laundry, at no extra charge, was a real plus. Lewisburg is a pretty 45 minute drive for a day trip and you are at the base of the Highlands Scenic Highway and Cranberry Glades Wilderness area.
The cabin was minus a screen in the living room window and on the back door which we needed to let air into the cabin and keep the flying insects out. When I mentioned it upon our departure they seemed concerned and hopefully will take care of that maintenance issue.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Each cabin has antique furniture and a fully furnished kitchen. Towels and all bed linens provided. Access to onsite laundry room. All you need is a fishing pole, mountain bike and camera. Whether you plan on grueling bike rides or casting into hidden pools our modern log cabins allow you to set your own schedule and relax in the natural splendor of this wooded wonderland. Pet Friendly. ... more less