Step back in time with a stay at this historic vacation homestead located on a farm just off I-77 in Princeton, West Virginia

West Virginia Log Cabin Farm Retreat

Call 336.528.5399

Princeton, West Virginia

From $99 per night

Located just off Interstate 77 near Princeton, West Virginia- A GREAT stopover place as you head south (or north) :)

If you are visiting or passing through southern West Virginia as you travel (the Bluefield/Princeton/Pipestem area), you will enjoy a cozy, relaxing stay at 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! From $125/night. Call 336.538.5399.

If you are looking for pampering, this is not your place. But if you are looking for a place to get away from it all, drop out for a few days, kick back and relax, you MUST head to this peaceful countryside retreat.

 

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 15 to 30 minute drive.

 

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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 (of course we have window air conditioners!) 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. Of course, we do have window air conditioning units as well if you prefer!

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!


 

Stay a night or two in our Historic Log Cabin Farm Retreat!

Historic Log Cabin Homestead
Sunporch view of the historic cabin
Loft queen bed
Loft sitting area
Backyard of historic cabin retreat
Burlap curtains
Living room
Kitchen inside retreat
Antique spinning wheel
Lilies at old Oak
Beautiful pasture on farm
Sunporch

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?

Filled with antiques and glimpses of days gone by ...

Deer at rake
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AROUND MOONLIGHT

Pack your bags and get ready for some outdoor fun! Southern West Virginia has something for everyone in the family! Whether it's  night skiing at Winterplace Ski Resort, horseback trail rides, whitewater rafting, going deep into a cave or rock climbing, you'll never be bored!

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Winterplace Ski Resort
Biking and Hiking
Horseback Riding

 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! 

HAYRIDES , HORSEBACK RIDING, AND STABLES

Guided horseback rides are offered from mid-March to November at Pipestem Resort. Rides offered include ½, one- and two-hour trails rides. Ring rides where horses are led by staff members available.  Overnight trail rides are wonderful and include dinner; breakfast and a stay in a 19th century cabin are by reservation only.  Trail rides require riders to be at least seven years of age. Hayrides and wiener roasts available for group gatherings. Rides offered are ½ hour, one hour, two hour and ring ride (staff led). For daily horseback riding open dates, rates and hours click here.

 

 

GOLF

Pipestem Resort features two challenging, beautifully manicured courses. The 18-hole par 72 championship course designed by Geoffrey Cornish, features views of the Bluestone Canyon. A challenging Par 3 course, the Short Course, is also at Pipestem Resort. View our golf page

Pro Shop

A fully stocked pro shop is on site.  Mulligans Sports Lounge is located at the 18-hole course clubhouse. This restaurant features specialty sandwiches and your favorite legal beverages.

rock climbing

Within the 63,000 acres of New River Gorge National River are over 1,400 established rock climbs. "The New" has become one of the most popular climbing areas in the country. The cliffs at New River Gorge are made up of a very hard sandstone, and range from 30 to 120 feet in height. The rock is very featured, and an abundance of crack and face routes are available. Most of the routes in the gorge favor the advanced and expert climber. The majority of routes are 5.9 and harder, and most sport routes fall in the 5.10 - 5.12 range. A guidebook is an essential tool for locating climbs, and local climbing shops can offer information and specific recommendations.

 

river  rafting

It's one of the most popular trips for a reason: there simply isn't a better way to beat the heat than to climb into a raft and take off down a cool mountain river!

The Lower New River trip's intensity depends on the season, with this classic run hitting its stride around mid-June. You'll find big water in summer and fall with intermittent long, calm pools for swimming and floating. Fall brings explosive color to the New River Gorge, and Bridge Day adds one more odd element: base jumpers flipping into the blue sky above as you float under the 876' tall New River Gorge Bridge.

HIKING AND TRAILS

There are hundreds of trails that are maintained for your exploration by the National Park Service and/or state park rangers. There are awesome trails at Pipestem State Park, Camp Creek State Forest, Bluestone State Park, the New River Gorge National River and many other trails! Hike year-round!

 

Exhibition Coal Mine

At the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine, visitors ride through the dark passages of a vintage coal mine. The guides are veteran miners and provide firsthand accounts of the daily responsibilities and travail of past and present day miners.

Guests board a comfortable coal mine “man trip” that holds approximately 35 people for the duration of the whole tour. As the trip begins, guides give general information about the Mine and the history of coal mining in our region. The Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine is a “drift mine” and the track goes 1500 feet up and around various mined out areas. Stops are made at these areas and the veteran guides give in-depth information on the mining methods and equipment seen. The underground tour last approximately 35 minutes. Visitors are asked to bring a jacket because the temperature is always 58 degrees inside the Mine.

Caves & Caverns

Descend 120 feet below the Earth's surface into a vast wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites. Lost World Caverns, discovered in 1942, is a truly magical place for both young and old. It takes approximately 45 minutes to walk through. Self-guided tours allow you to take your time to explore the cavern at your own pace. Just remember to stay on the trail. A guide sheet is provided to tell you about the many different formations that make up this 1/2 mile loop. No matter what the temperature on the outside, the cave always remains a constant 52 degrees. A light jacket and good shoes are recommended. 

Hatfields & McCoys ATV Trail

The Hatfield-McCoy Trail System gets its name from the region in southern West Virginia where much of the world famous Hatfield-McCoy Feuding took place and where several of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails are now located. The Buffalo Mountain, Bearwallow, and Rockhouse Trail Systems are located on or near historical sites such as Blair Mountain, Matewan, and the Hatfield Cemetary where battles, feuding, and funerals once took place. This area of the Appalachian Mountains have always been known for its rugged, mountainous terrain, rich natural resources, and its people who have endured here through the decades of our countries existance and continue to call this area home. When you come to ride at Hatfield-McCoy Trails you will experience some of the best ATV, UTV, and dirtbike trail riding in the world as well as some of the most wonderful hospitality you'll find anywhere! Come and see why some people call it West Virginia "Almost Heaven" and why our trail riders call it "Trails Heaven".

snow skiing & Snow Tubing!

The Princeton Devil Rays play at Hunnicutt Field in Princeton, West Virginia and the Bluefield Blue Jays play at Bowen Field, in Bluefield, West Virginia. 

A devastating fire destroyed Bowen Field in 1973. The office was the only building untouched by the flames. A new concrete stadium was promptly build, as it stands today. Renovations, under the direction of Bluefield Baseball Club President George McGonagle, have greatly enhanced the complex, with the addition of a tunnel building, which houses two batting cages and a weight room. Over $3 million have been spent on Bowen Field improvements since 1989. 

Minor League Baseball!

Winterplace Ski Resort is the perfect place for beginners to learn to ski and more advanced skiers and riders to improve their technique or just spend some time having fun with family family and friends. Our runs have 100% snowmaking, so even if mother nature can't get it to snow, we can.  For the non-skiers in the group , we have a snowtubing park- no special equipment needed. 

 

Base Elevation -2,997 Feet

  • Top Elevation - 3,600 Feet

  • Vertical Drop - 603 Feet

  • Skiable Acres - 90+ Acres

  • Snowmaking - 100% based on weather

  • Longest Run - 1 1/4 Mile (Intermediate Trail - Panorama)

  • Number of Trails - 27 Slopes & 2 Terrain Parks

  • Slope Difficulty - Easiest - 37%; Intermediate - 40%; Advanced - 23%

  • Total Lifts - 10 Lifts = 2 Quads; 2 Doubles; 3 Triples; 3 Super Carpet Lifts

  • Night Skiing - Night Skiing is available on 26 slopes, The Terrain Parks and the Snow tubing Park.  (Slope closed for night skiing: Turkey Chute).

  • Snow tubing Park - Largest Snow tubing Park in WV with 2 Super tubing Carpet Lifts and up to 20 Lanes of Cool Fun!

  • Children must be at least 44 inches or taller to snow tube

Snow tubing fun for everyone! The hill you dreamed of as a kid with awesome whoop-de-doos! The best part is the 2 Super Carpet Lifts that whisk you back up the hill to do it all over again! Snow tubes provided, laughs required!

Sunporch view of the historic cabin

Enjoy your view of the Bluestone Valley