One thing you notice on the drive through West Virginia is the natural beauty of the mountainous landscape, even under 24'' of snow. The blizzard of 2010 was bearing down on us as my girlfriend, her border collie and I pulled into the Appalachian Cabins in early February. The cabin was spacious and very cozy, and the fireplace added to the rustic ambiance. The manager was very accomodating, and even allowed us to spend another night beyond our reservation because of the snow. Some contemporary amenities include a full kitchen (minus an oven), a large, flat screen television with satellite, and a four-person hot-tub. Be sure to pack your own food, because it is 20 mi. to the nearest town. Also, cell phone reception is hit-or-miss in the valley, but a quick drive up the road should give you a good signal.
So how did I spend the blizzard of 2010? In a hot tub at Seneca Rocks, WV - toasting to the great experience provided by Appalachian Cabins. Thank you for a wonderful weekend!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We have a place for everyone. We offer family cabins for $140 a night with hot tubs, honeymoon cabins for $110 a night with jacuzzis, a log home that is very spacious for $240 a night that comes with a hot tub as well and last but not least we have motel rooms. One bed is $54 a night and two beds is $59 a night plus tax. Our cabins have fireplaces with free firewood, grills and picnic tables on campus, and a river that runs behind the cabins to fish in. WE ALSO ALLOW PETS FOR $10 A NIGHT PER PET. I promise you will not be disappointed or your money back upon arrival! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Appalachian Cabins Hotel Seneca Rocks