Historic Cabin Rental on a Strawberry Farm near Charleston, West Virginia
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- Private Barbecue
The bedroom is furnished with a four-poster full-size bed, a table for two, and a rocking chair surrounded by wood-paneled walls, creating a cozy, rustic space in which to rest and relax. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and a combination bathtub/shower. Linens, towels, and handmade soaps are provided.
Other amenities include Wi-Fi, air conditioning, ironing equipment and a hairdryer. A propane barbecue grill, a cooler, and bicycles can be borrowed upon request. Guests will enjoy a hot homemade breakfast each morning of their stay.
Around the property, guests will find a play structure, a parking area, a rustic outhouse, two fields of strawberries, a century-old barn that houses friendly ducks and chickens, and a country road that leads to a cave.
- Double bed
- Running water
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
- Air conditioning
- Private Barbecue
Location + Surroundings
About 15 minutes to the south, guests will find downtown Clendenin, where they can dine at local eateries, hike and bike on a riverside trail, and paddle in the Elk River. Following the river to the east, guests will come to the Wallback Wildlife Management Area (WMA), which is about a 35-minute drive from the farm. Here, guests will find 11,757 acres of hilly terrain covered in brushland and forests filled with oaks, hickories, maples, and birches. Home to wild turkeys, sparrows, a variety of wood warblers (including Cerulean warblers), the WMA is an Audubon Society-designed Important Bird Area.
About 30 minutes to the southwest, guests will find Charleston—the capital of West Virginia. Here, guests will find many shops and restaurants, along with the nearest regional airport and attractions such as the Clay Center children's museum, the West Virginia State Museum, and the historic West Virginia State Capitol building. The farm is three hours and 10 minutes from Columbus, Ohio, where the nearest international airport is located.
- Wildlife watching
At the farm, guests can visit the friendly ducks and chickens that live in the farm's historic barn and pick strawberries during the harvesting season, which runs from May to early June. They can also go on a walk or borrow a bike to ride down the wildflower-lined country road that leads from the farm to a cave they can explore.
Heading down to Clendenin, guests will find a riverside trail for hiking and biking along the Elk River, which provides opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, floating, and fishing. Kayak and canoe rentals are available from Higgs Elk River Adventures, which also offers shuttle services and guided floating and fishing trips.
For more hiking, guests can visit the Wallback Wildlife Management Area, where they can also enjoy birdwatching in an Audubon Society-designed Important Bird Area. More trails for hiking and biking can be found by the Chestnut Ridge Winery in the historic town of Spencer, providing an opportunity to combine wine tasting with the enjoyment of the great outdoors. Spencer also offers opportunities for antique shopping.
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed