No need to travel far on the roads of West Virginia to enjoy time with your loved one.
The Hewitt House Bed & Breakfast + Oktoberfest + The Corner Shop = Southern Charm
Spend the night in an early 20th century home—one of the last coal-baron mansions built in Bramwell—at Hewitt House. On October 12, 2013, folks from all over flock to town for Oktoberfest, complete with brews, live music, and even guided tours of Bramwell’s Millionaire Row Historic District. No matter when you visit, share an old-fashioned ice cream soda or banana split at The Corner Shop.
Canaan Valley Resort Lodge + Blackwater Falls + Purple Fiddle = Alive with Adventure
Celebrate your nuptials in the new and improved Canaan Valley Resort Lodge, minutes from perhaps the most romantic site in West Virginia—the hauntingly beautiful Blackwater Falls. When the sun goes down, let loose at the region’s favorite independent music venue, Purple Fiddle, with live bluegrass and an assortment of brews.
Settle in for a weekend in the heart of downtown Lewisburg at General Lewis Inn, and don’t start the day off without a scrumptious brunch from Stella’s. Celebrate at the contemporary coffee and wine bar—Red Key 3—inside Harmony Ridge Gallery.
Bavarian Inn + Mecklenburg Inn + Press Room = Historic Honeymoon
Love Germany but can’t afford the trip? Take in award-winning German and American cuisine before retiring to your European-inspired chalet at Bavarian Inn. You’ll also want to make a dinner reservation at Press Room for fine dining in historic downtown. Afterward, stroll German Street to experience old-world charm and brick sidewalks, but save time for a drink at Mecklenburg Inn with its spacious courtyard full of towering trees and plenty of nooks to sit in.
Blennerhassett Hotel + Blennerhassett Island + Strolling Julia-Ann Square = Riverfront Romance
Unwind at one of the finest boutique hotels in the state, complete with fine dining at Spats Restaurant and old-world charm, before a day of exploration at Blennerhassett Island State Park. Walk hand-in-hand through the Julia-Ann Square Historic District, right in the heart of downtown Parkersburg.