Historic Inns of Southern West Virginia

November 5, 2007|
Historic Inns of Southern West Virginia by Ed Robinson
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Southern West Virginia possesses great natural beauty and a rich history in which lodging has played a significant role. This book traces the evolution of lodging in the area from the late 1700s to the present. The various types of accommodations included log cabins; lodging in rail, coal, and lumber communities; picturesque stagecoach stops; state parks; bed-and-breakfasts; and opulent mineral springs hotels. During the Civil War, many of the springs hotels and stagecoach stops were used for army hospitals and headquarters. This volume provides glimpses of quaint towns such as Bramwell, Fayetteville, Union, and Lewisburg, as well as the more commercial towns of Princeton, Bluefield, Hinton, Beckley, Glen Jean, Gary, Cass, Ronceverte, Marlinton, Coalwood, Rainelle, and Glen Rogers.

Title:Historic Inns of Southern West VirginiaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 5, 2007Publisher:Arcadia Publishing Inc.Language:English

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ISBN:9990051377170

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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