Relax in Privacy on the River - Stepping Stones
|Per night||$120 - $150|
The covered porch has adirondack chairs and a private path to the trail and river. Off the trail is a private deck on the river to relax and read or play in the river! We have outdoor chairs for you to carry to the deck on the river or just stretch out in the ripples and renew your spirit! We are at the 45 mile marker on the 78 mile long Greenbrier River Trail. You can hike, bike or ride horses on the trail that hugs the river the whole way! Seebert is home to Jack Horners Corner; a convenience and souvenier store that has the best pizzas, beer, subs and hot dogs and rents bikes, canoes, kayaks, and tubes and offers shuttle service. It is truly a mecca for the outdoor enthusiast!
The $150.00 a night is for bike riders who are riding The Greenbrier River Trail based on availability. We will provide sheets and towels and paper products and coffee. Just bring in your backpack!
Bet and David Curtis
Cass Scenic Railroad, Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Snowshoe Mountain Resort, Watoga State Park, Greenbrier River Trail State Park, Droop Mountain State Park, Beartown State Park, Cranberry Glades, Falls of Hills Creek, Historical Landmarks, The Pocahontas County artisan Co-op 4th Avenue Gallery in Marlinton, The Farmers Market on Saturday mornings, Birthplace of 8 Rivers, Birding, and numerous Fairs and Festivals.
|Jan 01 2013||Dec 31 2014||$150||$150||-||-||-|
|Jan 01 2014||Dec 31 2014||$120||$120||$720||-||-|
|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 12%|
|Deposits: 50% Deposit Required with Reservation and Balance Due Upon Arrival. Cancellations 14 Days in Advance-Full Refund; 7 Days or Less - No Refund.|
|Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: No Pet Fees!! (Dogs Only!)|
May 2, 2012
Two outdoor enthusiast bicyclists enjoyed the easy access to the Greenbrier River Trail and Watoga State Park. Impeccably clean and decorated home with wonderful outdoor space. One night's stay was too short.
David & Diane
August 7, 2010
Very nice time and beautiful location. Greenbrier River and Trail were a lot of fun and staying right there made it all the much better. The accomodations were nice, but we were a little suprised to find out we were staying in the owner's basement. It is really nicely finished and everything looked brand new and was clean. The downside was that there were no windows other than a sliding door in the bedroom (which was the main door). So needless to say, that when it was raining then it felt a little cramped. The owner's were very nice and other than the lack of windows it was a nice weekend.