Bedroom has a small hanging closet and a low dresser with 3 drawers
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Children must be supervised, especially near waterChildren must be supervised, especially near water
No parties/events - Ask about this, we are OK with some events.Ask about this, we are OK with some events.
No smoking - Please don't smoke indoors. Outside smoking is finPlease don't smoke indoors. Outside smoking is fin
Max guests: 4 - Under some circumstances can sleep more MUST ASKUnder some circumstances can sleep more MUST ASK
Minimum age of primary renter:
- No smoking indoors. No candles, scented wax or scented sprays. We provide unscented laundry soap and don't allow any scented laundry products.
Minimum three-day vacancy between guests’ stays
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (e.g. countertops, light switches, handles and taps)
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC
Fort Spring is 7 miles from Alderson (the largest Independence Day celebration in the state) 9 miles from Lewisburg (dining, shopping and theater) 8 miles from Fairlea (the State Fair of West Virginia) and 18 miles from the Greenbrier Resort. Kayak and Canoe rentals are about a mile away and offer transportation back at the end of your paddle. The New River Gorge bridge is 60 miles away and Snowshoe is 78 miles.
This area is beautiful, with large elevation changes, rolling terrain, karst features like sinking creeks, springs and caves. It's rural with cows, sheep and horses grazing the hillsides between emerald green hayfields and cool, shady forests. Through all this winds the Greenbrier river and nearby tributaries Second Creek, Anthony Creek and Muddy Creek. Fly fishing is some of the best you'll find anywhere.
Hummingbird Cottage is about 10 miles from Caldwell, the southern terminus of the Greenbrier River Trail, a 78 mile long paved and cinder rail trail with bridges and tunnels. Bring your bicycle or rent one, the trail also welcomes horses, hikers and any non-motorized transportation. Power wheelchairs are allowed.
For history buffs, there is an almost endless list of opportunities including the Pearl S. Buck birthplace in Hillsboro, and the Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park. In Lewisburg there is the North House Museum.
Twenty-one miles away in Talcott, you will find the Big Bend Tunnel, the location of the legendary battle between John Henry and the steam drill. There is a monument and a picnic area along the river at the tunnel entrance.
Eleven miles away is Organ Cave where the bones of a giant prehistoric sloth were found in 1799 and sent to PresidentThomas Jefferson who named the discovery. Also eleven miles away, Lost World Caverns offers both self-guided tours and all-day, guided spelunking.
Rail fans will enjoy watching the trains in Fort Spring where they exit Mann's Tunnel, travel about a half mile and vanish again as they enter the Fort Spring Tunnel. You will see trains carrying cargo as well as the twice-weekly Amtrak Cardinal which makes a regular stop in White Sulphur Springs and a whistle stop in Alderson. Cass Scenic Railway is about 75 miles away and offers excursions with a steam locomotive, a favorite destination for leaf peepers in the warm days of autumn. A visit to the nearby Greenbank Observatory could fill out the day.
Lewisburg has it's own Carnegie Hall, one of three in the Nation. You will find indoor music performances in all seasons and outdoor free concerts during summer months. There are many choices for dining in Lewisburg including fine dining, family restaurants and a vegetarian coffeehouse open for breakfast and lunch.