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Jerico Bed & Breakfast
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Reviewed August 2, 2012

My son and I recently spent 3 nights in the Ruckman cabin while mountain biking in the nearby Monanghela Nat'l Forest and Greenbrier River Trail . Jerico is less than a mile from the River Trail, so very easy access, while dozens of national forest trails are within a half hour drive, off the Highland Scenic Road. Our host Lindy was very friendly and helpful, both in booking a cabin and after arrival. The Ruckman cabin itself was perfect for the two of us, with ample sleeping areas including queen br downstairs and loft with a twin and double. The kitchen was modern and well equipped, the bathroom updated and very clean, the family/living area roomy enough to relax, play games, read or watch TV. The covered front porch,overlooking a stream about 50 ft below, was a great place to relax after a day of riding. Ruckman is very quiet and private , sharing a long drive with just one other cabin that is rarely used (residence of owner's mother, who primarily lives in the main house). Yet in less than 5 minutes you can be in Marlinton to access the river trail, grocery stores or restaurants (we recommend Dory's). Only negatives of the cabin were 1)water has a distinct sulfur odor, which takes a little getting used to, especially from the shower and 2) at times water pressure in shower was low. However these were minor relative to an overall very positive experience !

Room Tip: In addition to Ruckman, the Rebel Cabin has a very private location and apparently has a layout and facilities similar to Ruckman.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank PennsylvaniaBerry
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Reviewed July 29, 2012

Stayed in Ruckman cabin for 3 days. We originally booked the Rebel, but the road there was too muddy and steep to get up. So they were nice enough & we were lucky enough to be put up in the Ruckman cabin at no extra charge. It was private enough with a screened in jacuzzi porch, campfire pit, cable tv, and everything was very clean & in working order. Website said that you needed to bring your own TP, paper towel, etc, but those things were already there in our cabin. Not sure if they were leftovers from previous guests, so would recommend to bring those items along just in case.The Innkeepers were very pleasant. If you are set on needing wifi or cell service this is not territory for you - the whole area is in a quiet zone, but the B&B has wifi. But if you are looking for a nice well-kept place to get away, this is it! The town is very small, so you will not see any big chain stores or any nightlife activities.

Room Tip: Ruckman cabin has a paved driveway. Rebel cabin requires 4x4 vehicle.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Fallywalker
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Reviewed December 27, 2011

My daughter (28) & I stayed in the Loring Cabin and both of us fell in love with it; what a gorgeous cabin!. Not only is the cabin lovely but the Greenbrier River allows for a breath taking view as it gently flows. Couldn't imagine anything any sweeter or more peaceful nestled in the beautiful hills of WV. If you've not stayed in the Loring give it a try; my favorite cabin! Awesome workmanship Tom! Thank You!

Room Tip: Great get away!
  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Shirley B
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Reviewed October 6, 2011

We stayed our first night in the Rebel cabin up on the hill and it was fantastic. Very spacious, great restoration effort especially considering the limitations of the origianl building. Outdoor private hot tub was a nice touch (be warned its programmed to clean itself for 2 hours in the middle of the night and won't stop until finished). Beautiful location, BBQ facilities, plenty of space and homely feel made our night here very special. The next 2 nights were spent in the main inn. We had what they referred to as 'the small room' (number 4 for reference) which was indeed small, but not horribly so. Only issue was the bathroom was tiny and shower ran a bit hot and cold at busy times. Staff/Owners were helpful, breakfast good and the house had plenty of board games etc to keep most people busy if you chose to stay around the hotel in the evening. Overall a good place to stay if you want to ride the greenbrier trail and see surrounding area (or come for the roadkill festival). Only niggle would be that room rates could be cheaper given size of room and cabins were too expensive for us to stay in all 3 nights.

Room Tip: Avoid room 4 if you need lots of space and Rebel cabin is most remote and peaceful
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Alberto465
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Reviewed September 5, 2011

Stayed in the Lewis Cabin. For $171 night, I expected more. It is advertised as sleeping at least 6 people. However, the sofa bed frame was broken and not able to be used. We were not told this ahead of time. Their solution? Use the tiny bed under the staircase which would work for a child but not my 24 and 26 year old sons. So the only option was a full size futon which didn't fit the 2 of them either. One son had to stay elsewhere. The rugs looked filthy, covered with stains and the furniture and bedspreads looked dirty too. Sheets had stains, towels thin and old. Cabin smelled of urine or mold depending where you stood. They supply no extra toilet paper, trash bags, or paper towels. You are also charged extra if you burn any wood in the fireplace or firepit. Very disappointing and I feel "ripped off".

  • Stayed: August 2011
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6  Thank marybrni
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