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Fayetteville, West Virginia boasts a small-town atmosphere combined with world-class attractions, mountains, rivers, and gorges. Whenever you’re not exploring the great outdoors, you can discover a variety of unique shops, galleries, breweries, pubs, restaurants, and cafés in the historic downtown district. The friendly, smiling town is the perfect destination for families, couples, nature enthusiasts, and small-town lovers.Finding your perfect Fayetteville vacation rental
This small mountain town is home to a wide range of vacation rentals which perfectly embody the cozy, laid-back feeling of the area. Stay in a vacation rental tucked away in the forest, with a wood-stove to stay warm during the winter months. Choose a vacation rental with a balcony so that you can enjoy your morning coffee with a view of the mountains. There are quite a few rentals near downtown Fayetteville where you can enjoy shops, restaurants, and art galleries just a stone’s throw away from your accommodation. Oversized rentals are available for large groups and families, with several bedrooms and bathrooms to comfortably accommodate everyone. Pet-friendly rentals are available for people traveling with pets.
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The area and getting around
The closest major airport to Fayetteville is Raleigh County Memorial Airport, which is just a 35-minute, or 27-mile drive from Fayetteville. The small, clean, and well-organized airport offers domestic flights only. There are quite a few car rental options at the airport if you intend to rent a car during your stay. Taxis are also available for reaching Fayetteville from the airport, but it’s necessary to arrange your ride in advance.Getting around Fayetteville
While downtown Fayetteville is small and very walkable, the areas outside Fayettevile require a car to navigate. If you plan to stay near the downtown area the entire time of your stay and stick to the immediate attractions, such as the shops, restaurants, and sites downtown, then you’ll be able to rely on your own two feet. If you plan to visit the gorge, the mountains, any nearby natural areas, or surrounding towns, then you’ll need to rent a car.
Travelers and activities
Spend some quality time in nature with your significant other in Fayetteville. For a scenic hike, head to Long Point Trail, which offers unmatched panoramic views of the magnificent New River Gorge Bridge. The hike itself is easy enough to be enjoyed by all skill levels. For a casual date-night dinner, head to Pies & Pints in downtown Fayetteville for excellent pizzas and craft beers. For something a little more upscale, try The Station Market & Bistro for a gourmet menu of delicious dishes.Fayetteville for families
Fayetteville is the perfect small-town family getaway. Go for a hike in the nearby gorge area, which offers plenty of hikes suitable for young children. Ask about hikes at the New River Gorge Visitors Center, where they can recommend specific hikes depending on the ages and skill-levels of all the people in your group. For a fun team-building activity, take your family to Escape-A-Torium, a top-rated escape room in downtown Fayetteville.
The name “Fayetteville” was given to the city in 1873 in honor of Marquis de Lafayette.
Top 5 travel tips in Fayetteville
The New River Gorge is considered the crown jewel attraction of Fayetteville. The leafy, mountainous gorge is divided by a river and surrounded with breathtaking forest and mountain scenery. Head to the visitors center for marvelous views and to learn more about the area, including walking trails around the gorge. There is also an incredible view of the New River Gorge Bridge that is visible from the visitor's center. Several hiking trails around the area also offer magnificent views of the bridge from a variety of different angles.2. Get out on the water
Several rental outfitters in town offer daily and hourly rentals of water sports equipment. Rent kayaks, canoes, or stand-up paddleboards and head to the river for a day of peaceful paddling while surrounded by nature.3. Hike the Kaymoor Miners Trail
This popular trail is moderate to advanced in skill level, but well-worth the effort if you feel up to an adventure. The trail starts out a bit steep and then leads through a fascinating old mining site. The end part of the hike leads down an 821-step staircase. In total the hike is around three miles and filled with interesting history and beautiful scenery.4. Shop and dine in downtown Fayetteville
The charming historic downtown is a must-visit for any traveler coming to Fayetteville. Spend a few hours perusing the unique collection of shops and eateries. Take a peek inside the Lost Appalachia Trading Co., which is one of the newest shops in town and sells a variety of locally made products and more. Search for treasures at the New River Antique Mall, which consists of 25 booths of antique finds. There are also several art galleries, toy stores, women’s clothing, jewelry shops, and more to be explored! Try delicious baked goods at Wood Iron Eatery and grab a mouthwatering sandwich at the ever-popular Secret Sandwich society.5. Try the breweries
Fayetteville has a nice selection of craft breweries. If craft beer is your thing, head to some of the best ones in town to try a flight of their unique, house-made selections. Freefolk Brewery is a great one to stop by after a long day of exploring the outdoors. Bridge Brew Works is another popular brewery set in an outdoor venue with cozy fire pits and a friendly staff.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Fayetteville (WV)
What was the average price for a vacation rental in Fayetteville last year?
Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average cost of around $264 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Fayetteville?
Those who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Fayetteville in April, May, or January, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $214, $237, and $246 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
When are vacation rentals more expensive in Fayetteville?
Following the data observed last year, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of July ($316), March ($303), and June ($296).
Is Fayetteville a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to put Fayetteville on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your vacation well in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 84% of rentals booked the previous year.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, January (with an availability of 46%), December (40%), and February (26%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
How many vacation rentals are there in Fayetteville?
Our catalog features around 70 vacation rentals from 2 partners, giving you plenty of choices when searching for your next dream vacation rental!
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