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Hotel for 2 people in Blue Ridge Mountains, with pets
3.9
112 reviews
Shenandoah Valley
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$49per night
Hotel for 4 people in Kanawha County
4 pers.
4.7
82 reviews
West Virginia
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$91per night
Hotel for 2 people in Canaan Valley, with pets
2 pers.
4.4
308 reviews
Canaan Valley, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$75per night
Hotel for 4 people in Blue Ridge Mountains
4.5
75 reviews
Blue Ridge Mountains
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$59per night
Hotel for 2 people in West Virginia, with pets
4.5
102 reviews
West Virginia
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$75per night
Hotel for 4 people in Snowshoe, with jacuzzi and sauna as well as garden
4.0
550 reviews
Snowshoe, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$148per night
Hotel for 2 people in West Virginia
2 pers.
4.0
85 reviews
West Virginia
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$55per night
Hotel for 2 people in West Virginia, with jacuzzi
2 pers.
2.7
48 reviews
West Virginia
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$58per night
Hotel for 3 people in Cabell County, with jacuzzi, with pets
4.1
400 reviews
West Virginia
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$78per night
Hotel for 4 people in West Virginia, with pets
4.0
23 reviews
West Virginia
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$74per night
Hotel for 2 people in Kanawha County, child-friendly
3.2
531 reviews
West Virginia
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$48per night
Hotel for 2 people in West Virginia, with garden
3.6
27 reviews
West Virginia
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$53per night
Bed and breakfast for 3 people in Seneca Rocks, with garden
3 pers.
4.3
7 reviews
Seneca Rocks, Shenandoah Valley
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$111per night
Hotel for 2 people in Monongalia County
2.4
86 reviews
West Virginia
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$49per night
Hotel for 2 people in Bluefield
3.8
141 reviews
Bluefield, Blue Ridge Mountains
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$40per night
Hotel for 3 people in Preston County, with pets
3.2
21 reviews
West Virginia
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$65per night
Hotel for 2 people in Monongalia County, with pets
3.8
184 reviews
West Virginia
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$66per night
Hotel for 2 people in West Virginia, with garden, with pets
3.1
20 reviews
West Virginia
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$59per night
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Highlights in West Virginia

  • Harper's Ferry
  • Potomac Highlands
  • East End Historic Center
  • Appalachian Trail
  • Coal Heritage Trail
  • Western Maryland Scenic Railroad
  • Seneca Rocks

Most popular in West Virginia

Internet 954
Pet allowed 317
Balcony/Terrace 765
TV 1,006
Air conditioning 604
Parking 879
Washing machine 826
Jacuzzi 538
Heating 800

Vacation rentals in West Virginia

West Virginia is the perfect setting for a quiet weekend getaway with many vacation rental options throughout the state. Whether you're looking to book a historic victorian house or a traditional log cabin, most of the vacation rental properties are located within the Shenandoah Valley region in the east. This includes notable outdoor areas such as Seneca Rocks, Harper's Ferry, and Snowshoe. Here you will find accommodation which offers close access to many hiking trails, ski slopes, and historical sites. Other accommodation such as smaller apartment rentals with more upscale ammenities can be found closer to bigger cities such as Charleston and Huntington.

Holiday in West Virginia

Orientation

Getting There

West Virginia is a state on the eastern coast of the United States known for its civil war history and fantastic hiking opportunities. The area was once part of the larger Virginia State, which separated over disputes surrounding slavery at the time of the American Civil War. The state is bordered by five states including Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia. The area is known for its mountainous terrain, part of which passes through the famous Appalachian Trail which runs from Maine to Georgia. Most visitors to West Virginia choose to take advantage of the area's rich natural beauty with many vacation rental cabins available in cities like Harper's Ferry, Roanoke, and Harrisonburg. The state is generally lacking in public transportation infrastructure, so it's advised that tourists arrange their own transportation vehicle to get the most out of their trip to West Virginia.

Activities:

Destination for mountaineers

Lace up your boots and prepare for some of the most unspoiled scenery in the entire United States. West Virginia boasts the three closest national parks in the country, allowing visitors to completely immerse themselves in 100,000 acres of river valley. Seneca is one of the most popular destinations as it features both a complicated rock face for experienced climbers, as well as a labyrinth of limestone caverns which were once used by Seneca Indians.

Destination for heritage seekers

Some of the most well-known battles of the Civil War were fought in West Virginia, which the state honors with many memorials, monuments, and reenactments throughout the year. The Civil War Discovery Trail operates 14 sites within West Virginia which focus on specific moments of the war including the Bulltown Historic Area, Jackson's Mill, Fort Mulligan, Cheat Summit Fort, and Harper's Ferry.

Destination for alternative art lovers

Being a coal-industry state, one of the most uniques souvenirs you can take home is a coal sculpture. Some of the items available for sale include jewelry and coal figurines of famous local characters. The best coal sculptures can be found along the Coal Heritage Trail which runs from Bluefield to Beckley and also features an Exhibition Coal Mine.

Due to the state's unique terrain, West Virginia earns its name as the "Mountain State" with a state motto which decrees that "Mountaineers are always free."

Top 4 things to do in West Virginia

Potomac Highlands

The Potomac Highlands in the eastern pan handle of West Virginia served as an important backdrop for many important events in America's history. Probably the most notable historical monument can be found at Harper's Ferry, a town who changed hands eight times between 1861 and 1865 due to its strategic location at the point where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet. The Potomac Highlands are characterized by rugged mountains and flat valleys, with several water gaps where rivers or streams have cut through to provide important historical transportation functionality. Some of the most popular outdoor hiking, climbing, and camping opportunities include Seneca Rock, Smoke Hole Caverns, and North Fork Mountain.

Appalachian Trail

Made famous by noted travel writer Bill Bryson's memorial hike, the Appalachian Trail covers 2,200 miles of trails from Georgia to Maine. The main section of the trail which cuts through West Virginia is located near Harper's Ferry and also hosts the Appalachian Trail Visitor Center. Hikers should take note that there are no formal camping grounds at Harper's Ferry, though there are many vacation rental options within the city center.

East End Historic District

Located in Charleston, the capital of West Virginia--this historic district is filled with eclectic architectural gems ranging from Queen Anne Victorians to Greek revival houses dating back to 1815. Easily spend an afternoon transported back into the states' intercultural history as you explore a mix of mainly brick-laid houses. The East End Historic District is located in the old heart of Charleston, close to many government administrative buildings, restaurants, museums, and parks.

Helvetia

Get that European vacation you're looking for right in Georgia's mountain peaks at the Swiss-themed town of Helvetia. The area was settled in 1869 by Swiss immigrants who worked tirelessly to keep their traditions and culture alive. Most visitors come to unwind and appreciate the slower pace of rural life. Helvetia features 10 meticulously maintained historic buildings, with annual events and celebrations such as the Maple Syrup Festival, Community Fair, and the Swiss equivalent of Mardi Gras named Fasnacht.

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