The Heritage House built in 1912 is located approximately half a mile from the historic Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV.
This vintage two story home offers the charm of an older home and the feel of a bed and breakfast while providing the comforts of central heat and air conditioning along with Dish Network with TVs in all the bedrooms as well as in the living room. To accommodate the technology needs of our guests, we are connected to Wi-Fi.
Staying in our house? Take advantage of all the activities at the Greenbrier Resort! No you don’t have to be a guest. Just call the Greenbrier and pre-book all your activities. It is recommended to pre-book all activities. The Pool and Casino are excluded and for guests only.
For business retreats, family vacations, a short getaway weekend or for holiday gatherings, you and your coworkers, friends or family will delight in staying here to have the experience of home living while having four bedrooms and an extra sitting room to accommodate extended family or friends. There is a full bath on each floor. The upstairs bath has both a shower and a tub and sink with a nearby private room for the toilet. Each tastefully decorated room has its own unique charm.
A fully equipped kitchen will provide the means for your own meal preparation. The separate dining room has a beautiful full length table that easily accommodates eight for dinner and can also function as a conference table for group meetings.
The property located on the corner of Big Draft and Patterson provides a spacious yard and deck for outdoor entertaining. A fully equipped grill allows for extending culinary experiences to the out of doors.
There are a few Restaurants within walking distance: 50 East, an American bistro featuring a full menu, full bar and impressive wine list. There is also Alfredo’s of Spring, an Italian restaurant, Wah Gwaan Diner- which is Jamaican cuisine, and a Carryout Pizza Hut. For your sweet tooth checkout B Sweet Confectionary!
There are public tennis courts, a basketball court, and a playground within walking distance of the house. Bring your racquets or basketball to enjoy!
In addition, White Sulphur Springs is located in Greenbrier County where outdoor adventures abound:
“Located on the western slope of the Great Eastern Divide in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, Outdoor Adventures is perfectly positioned for all of your outdoor recreation pursuits. Throw a rock and you can be completely surrounded by Big Draft Wilderness, five miles from town. The Monongahela National Forest boasts some of the east coast’s most wild places for recreation:
- Cranberry Wilderness
- Spice Run Wilderness
- Lake Sherwood
- and much more…
The Greenbrier River Trail, Greenbrier River, New River, James River, New River Gorge and Snowshoe Mountain are all within 90 minutes of White Sulphur Springs, so come for one and stay a week for all.”
The Greenbrier Resort:
The Resort entrance, located approximately one-half mile away from Heritage House, is the gateway to opportunities for visitors not registered at the Greenbrier. Visitors may enjoy dining, shopping, and visiting the spa. To plan your visit to the resort, call in advance to get up-to-date information regarding reservation requirements in order to assure a pleasurable experience. Advance reservations are definitely required for the ninety minute Bunker Tour and are currently priced at $31.80.
The Greenbrier Clinic:
There are many reasons to visit White Sulphur Springs. It is home to the reputable medical diagnostic center, The Greenbrier Clinic. ‘The Greenbrier Clinic combines unparalleled diagnostic evaluation and care coupled with the most reliable, advanced technology and exceptional customer service.”
The Greenbrier River Trail
A 78-mile former railroad now used for hiking, biking and horseback riding. It is the longest trail of its kind in West Virginia. The trail provides many breathtaking views as it passes through several small towns, crosses 35 bridges, goes through two tunnels and cuts through some of West Virginia’s most remote areas. The Greenbrier River Trail is one of 50 Millennium Legacy Trails in the United States, and was rated one of the top 10 hiking trails in the country by Backpacker Magazine. Part of the Greenbrier River Trail lies within a National Radio Quiet Zone so cell phones do not work.
The Greenbrier River Trail is a 78-mile long rail trail that provides bicycling, backpacking, cross country skiing, and horseback riding. Following the trail is the Greenbrier River. This can also provide for boating and fishing while enjoying the beautiful surroundings that nature has to offer. If you like both then make sure you stay here during the Greenbrier River Race in late April. This mini triathlon provides a 3 mile run, 4 mile paddle in a kayak, and a 10 mile ride on a bike.
Lake Sherwood Recreational Area (30 minute drive) which is a part of the Monongahela National Forest can add extraordinary scenery and memorable moments to the trip. Visitors to this beautiful place will enjoy breathtaking vistas, peaceful country roads, hiking, gently flowing streams, lakes and a beach with swimming access. Cost to enter is just $5 per car. Picnic tables with charcoal Grills. Paddle boats are available to rent. Fishing boats are allowed
Snowshoe Mountain Resort can provide fun entertainment by skiing down a mountain or in the spring and summer outdoor recreational opportunities in the mountains and lake on the mountain.
The Cass Scenic Railroad provides an excellent trip on a coal powered steam engine to the top of Bald Knob and on a clear day you can see for miles around. Bald Knob is the highest summit of Back Allegheny Mountain and is part of Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. At an altitude of 4,843 feet (1,476 m) above sea level, Bald Knob is the third-highest point in West Virginia and the Allegheny Mountains. This trip will allow for the beauty of West Virginia to be explored.
Do not forget to take a scenic drive over the mountains on the Highland Scenic Highway. This is perfect for motorcyclists or those who like to stop at beautiful scenic outlooks that will take your breath away. This national forest scenic byway will take you from Richwood to U.S. Route 219, seven miles north of Marlinton. The Highway follows State Route 39/55 for 21 miles from Richwood to the Cranberry Mountain Visitor Center. It then turns onto State Route 150 for the 22 mile Parkway section and rises from an elevation of 2,300 feet to over 4,500 feet.
One can also find time to experience backpacking trips or day hiking on the wondrous Cranberry Glades, the largest bog in WV. A unique exotic ecosystem on 750 acres is home to 60 unique plant species. Early October is the best time to take hikes. The orange, reds, and yellows will explode over the mountain tops.
Lewisburg – A Historical Town
Just six miles west is Lewisburg, a WV certified arts community and national register historic district. This small town was named the Coolest Small Town in a Budget National Travel magazine. The buildings in this quaint town have weathered one of the most important wars in this country’s history, the Civil War. The shopping and dining also provides a small town atmosphere while providing arts and culture to the community.
Events in Lewisburg:
- January: The Shanghai Parade held New Year’s Day in Lewisburg, features wacky costumes and floats.
- April – The Chocolate Festival, a chocolate tasting extravaganza including demonstrations and classes held in April.
- May – Battles of Lewisburg Reenactment, a weekend of Civil War history.
- June – The Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg is home to the Rhythm, Blues and All That Jazz weekend.
Events in White Sulphur Springs:
- May – On Memorial Day weekend is the Dandelion Festival. Explore the culture and heritage of White Sulphur Springs with this festival featuring dandelion wine tastings, arts and crafts, cultural exhibits and live entertainment.
- July – The Greenbrier Classic, a golf tournament on the PGA tour, attracts well known golfers to The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. Also, the Classic Concert Series held at the WV State Fair Grounds provides additional entertainment.
- October – Freshwater Folk Festival held in White Sulphur Springs. The festival is hosted by the Friends of White Sulphur Springs Fish Hatchery. This is a family-friendly day of good music, food and local crafts.
The Greenbrier Valley
An excellent resource for visitors to the area is the Official Visitors Guide of Greenbrier Valley West Virginia: “…the Greenbrier Valley is just the place you need for inspiration and action. From our exciting outdoor adventures, a lively arts scene, unique and eclectic shopping to our world-class dining and accommodations, the Greenbrier Valley is the ideal situation for having fun, relaxing and creating memories.”
Lost World Caverns
Descend 120 feet below the Earth’s surface into a vast wonderland of stalactites and stalagmites.
The Salt Cave and Spa:
A day of pampering and well being. With diverse options, caring specialists and the purest of products, they strive to create a lasting impression in both relaxation and health renewal. All this is set in an unique earth friendly underground man made cave. One of the most energy efficient types of structures known to date.
- Watts Roost Vineyard
- Classes & Winery Tours. “A visit worth savoring”
- Carnegie Hall
- Features live performances, exhibits, classes, craft shows and films.
- Greenbrier Valley Theatre
- A live-performance theatre involved in all aspects of the arts and humanities, with people of all ages.