West Virginia Farm Retreat
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West Virginia Farm Retreat
Princeton, West Virginia
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Extended Stay Lodging, Temporary Housing, or a vacation - our homes are move in ready and in beautiful locations minutes from Bluefield, Princeton areas hospitals and businesses. We offer beautiful HOMES for professionals traveling or families visiting the southern WV area. Stay in our fully equipped, move in ready homes with all utilities and furnishings included, high speed internet, cable TV, antiques, all bedding, linens/towels, washer/dryer, yard maintenance. Best of all, enjoy peace and quiet, privacy and safety. All our homes have easy access and just off I-77. Close to Princeton/Bluefield, WV area hospitals, businesses, and colleges. See our featured homes below. Call 336.528.5399 for more information.
If you are visiting the Bluefield/Princeton/Pipestem area, you will enjoy the cozy, homey feel of the Historic Country Cabin Farm Retreat (photos below). A stay in this historic homestead is like staying in a museum and unlike any vacation you will ever experience as it is a step back in time! Additionally, also offer extended stay and short term lodging options for professionals working in the Bluefield/Princeton area.
Our historic cabin retreat has an absolutely beautiful setting, situated on a 60-acre farm in the Bluestone Valley, surrounded by beautiful mountains and bordered by the Bluestone River. Five state parks, an ATV trail, and a ski resort are within a 30 minute drive.
Things on the farm remain pretty much the way they were when great grandma lived there in the early 1900's. Guests today have a few more modern conveniences including wifi, landline, tv, and . . . a bathroom, replacing the old outhouse that once stood on the farm.
Your bedroom comes complete with natural air conditioning, made possible by raising the old rolled glass windows and propping them up with a stick. The freshness of the cool mountain air filling the room brings with it the night sounds of owls and crickets chirping softly in the stillness.
If a rain should be falling on the old tin roof, you're in for a special treat. There's nothing like listening to the soothing raindrops as you curl up with a good book or nap the entire afternoon..
Guests can go for a walk to the old barn, go fishing in the river, watch deer graze in the pastures, or make conversation around the crackling firepit while roasting marshmallows and taking in the beauty of a clear, starlit night.
Time stands still at this old farm, rusted glimpses of days gone by, inviting guests to visit and remember when life was simpler. Paradise awaits!
12% tax added to pricing; Please call or email with any questions or requests before making a reservation.We take reservations on several sites, so please make sure the farmhouse is available before booking by emailing.
Also, rates are slightly higher for holiday periods and some have a 3 night minimum.
Stay a night in our
Historic Log Cabin Farm Retreat!
This historic homestead was established in the early 1900s and is filled with glimpses of the past! The old cabin features logs cut from the family sawmill that once stood on the farm and will accommodate 2-4 guests and invites its visitors to enjoy a step back in time amid the antiques and period furnishings. This is a one of a kind old cabin with craftsmanship reflected in the handmade pine plank doors, rolled window glass, stone fireplace and much more. Old quilts, burlap curtains and accessories will carry you back in time to make your stay one of the most memorable experiences ever!Sip wine under the stars, watch deer graze in the pastures, or just sit back & relax! The historic farmhouse is located just 5 minutes off I-77 & very close to Princeton. Why stay overnight in a hotel when this beautiful place is just a short drive away?
Rehearsal dinner, wedding, anniversary, or birthday? Let us help plan your small gathering (25-50) at the historic West Virginia Farm Retreat! Call 336.528.5399 for further details.
EXPLORE THE AREA
Canoe or kayak down one of southern West Virginia's many nearby rivers including the Bluestone River, Greenbrier River, New River, and the many lakes and streams you will find!