|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Conveniently located near popular area attractions and outdoor activities, we offer affordable vacation lodging in the beautiful mountains of southern West Virginia. Our lodge sits on 2 acres less than one mile from downtown Fayetteville and the New River Gorge.
Fayetteville, WV was voted as one of the coolest outdoor towns in the US. We live and work locally and will be happy to help you plan any adventures during your stay! Great spot for your Gauley Season Weekend
Beds Bass and Beyond is located just 1.5 miles south of the historic Fayette County Courthouse on Route 16. The 100 year old house has been completely renovated with new electrical, plumbing, central heat/air, kitchen, and bathrooms. The house is located in the heart of New River Country which is one of the nations best areas for float fishing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, rock climbing, and relaxing in the outdoors. As the county seat of Fayette County, Fayetteville has played a pivotal role in the area’s history. It gained that title in 1873, when the town changed its name from Vandalia. Perched above one of the world’s oldest rivers, it stands to reason that Fayetteville has a lot of history of its own.
Here are some facts about Fayetteville…
Named after the Marquis de Lafayette, George Washington’s famed French advisor during the Revolutionary War. Lafayette’s statue looks upon downtown Fayetteville from the Fayette County Courthouse lawn.
Fayetteville was fought over in the Civil War four times, and was held by both the South and North.
An historic marker at the courthouse square recognizes Fayetteville as the site of the first use of indirect fire during a battle.
Fayetteville, on the rim of the New River Gorge, sits above the lowest sulfur, highest grade coal on earth, once mined extensively during the great coal boom of the early 1900s.
Fayetteville is home the New River Gorge Bridge, completed in 1976, and at the time was the world’s longest arch bridge.
The National Park Service created the New River Gorge National River in 1978, and protects more than 70,000 acres of land in and around the gorge.
The Civil War Trail passes through Fayetteville.
The Fayetteville Historic District includes 75 historic homes and buildings. A walking tour of the district is available.
With a thriving outdoor tourism industry, Fayetteville is an interesting mix of old and new. The history that’s made the town what it is- it’s on the National Register of Historic Places- continues to be a draw for visitors.
The Historic Fayetteville Convention and Visitors Bureau invites you to stop by and our staff will help you discover Fayetteville. The center is located at 310 North Court Street and can assist you with:
making dining and lodging choices
customizing itineraries and travel plans
providing maps, brochures and information on attractions and events
Before you visit, download/print our Town Map or learn What\’s Cool About Fayetteville to help you plan and make the most of your time in Fayetteville, WV.
What do you want to do in Fayetteville today?
This is a loaded question in Fayetteville, West Virginia. It’s a small town packed with big time fun, and there is still room left over to relax.
Here’s just a sample of some things to do:
Take a historical car tour of Fayetteville (available at the Fayetteville Convention and Visitors Bureau)
Have a picnic in the town park
See a play at the Historic Fayette Theatre
Check out New River Gorge National Park and New River Gorge Bridge
Walk around the Historic District
Go hiking along the rim of the New River Gorge
Try mountain biking
Relax and enjoy a unique restaurant experience
Ride or watch at the new skate park
Book a whitewater raft trip
Plan a day on some of the world’s best rock climbing
Start out on a fishing or hunting trip
Take a yoga class
Hit the links
Take the kids to Playetteville at the Town Park
Buy fresh, local produce at the Fayette County Farmer’s Market
Do nothing, and don’t feel guilty about it
If you’re looking for a small town with equal parts charm and excitement, you’ve found it. For a day, a weekend, or a long retreat, you can find something to do here every day. Check out the Events page for more ideas.
The Summit Bechtel Reserve is the fourth Boy Scout of American High Adventure Base. In the tradition of Philmont Ranch in New Mexico, Florida Sea Base, and Northern Tier in Minnesota, the Summit provides Scouts the opportunity to experience exciting and intense outdoor adventures. As stated on The Summit’s website, “The Summit takes kids to the limits of what they think they can do, and then goes further. The Summit is more than just a place for Scouts; it’s Scouting’s next step.” Check out The Summit at https://summit.scouting.org/en/Pages/default.aspx .
This new permanent home of the National Scout Jamboree beginning in 2013 is located just 11 miles south of the Fayetteville, West Virginia, the New River Gorge, and the New River National River. You don’t want to miss out on Fayetteville when you travel to The Summit.
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Off Peak Season
Sep 30 2016 - Apr 30 2017
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
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