20 Guest Rooms, each furnished with antiques, collectibles, and in the upstairs south wing, with locally crafted classic bedroom suites in mission, English country, and Shaker traditions. All have private baths. All are centrally heated and air-conditioned.

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Of the eight rooms on the ground floor, two rooms are wheelchair accessible. Six offer queen beds; two are furnished with full size beds.

In each upstairs wing of six rooms, all rooms have cathedral ceilings. Four rooms offer one queen bed and one loft full-size bed that will accommodate up to four guests. In the remaining two rooms, one is furnished with two twin beds in the walk-in area, and a full-size bed in the loft. The other has a set of bunks and a twin in the walk-in area, and a full size bed in the loft, to accommodate a family or group of five. Additional accommodations can be arranged. See floor plan, reservations.

A Full Service Dining Room, seating 34 inside and 20 on the back porch when weather permits. Dinner is served Wednesday through Sunday; breakfast and lunch are served on Saturdays and Sundays, and as required through ski season holidays. The menu features American and Irish favorites and a full Irish breakfast, complete with Irish banger sausages from County Cork.

Mike’s Pub, seating 28 friends and family for good conversation, a bit of blarney, live music some Fridays and all Saturdays, plenty of Guinness, Bass, Killians Irish Red, and other imported beers, all-American favorites, and a selection of classic liquors and wines. In a small room just off the pub there's satellite TV, for those who just can't miss the big game or the latest news.

Easy access to the exhilarating central Appalachians. This is West Virginia’s Big Mountain Country, home of the best skiing in the Mid-Atlantic and South, best mountain biking in the East, excellent trout fishing, stunning scenic drives, hiking, caving, rock climbing, superb championship golf, Civil War sites, antique mountain train tours, exceptional traditional music, access to mountain music workshops, and many remnants of early America that are very much a part of life here today.