Nut'Inn- a great place to do a whole lot of nuth'n

Farm stay hosted by Bill

  1. 12 guests
  2. 4 bedrooms
  3. 8 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Peaceful Appalachian farmhouse with easy road access set in a gentle agrarian community. A spacious front porch looks over a pond. It is part of an organic farm with 8 acres of fruit and a newly planted 40 acre agroforestry project featuring native nut trees. We are also a small farm winery and produce our own cider. The land features 8 ponds, walking trails along cliffs, waterfalls, fields full of wildflowers, and grand vistas.

The space
Nature abounds at Nut'Inn. It is a great opportunity to get away, unwind and let the kids explore. It is said to be the original settler's house and the oldest house in the area and is made entirely of hand hewed logs.

We are just getting it set up and the decor is plain and I hope that your necessities will be taken care of. Please let me know what specific needs you may have. There is lots of bedroom space upstairs and a large living room. The kitchen is spacious even with a big old wood stove. There is a front porch and back patio with furniture and a classic Grandma grade landscaping to go with the house.

The bathroom is under construction so there only a flush toilet in it. However, most people are really excited about the new outdoor shower with hot and cold water. Compared to most places we have very few biting insects and a lovely mountain breeze. At some point the living room will be undergoing renovation to showcase the logs walls. This is a country house and there may be a few well behaved spiders in the corners at times, and Possom Bob may be seen at times surveying the grounds, picking up compost and combing the area for ticks. He works for tips so any scraps of meat thrown over the fence keeps him to the task.

There is room for large groups but limited to one small bathroom and a composting toilet in an out building. Some of the bedroom ceilings upstairs are low but the ceiling outside is limitless. If you like nature you can explore some of the trails the farm from walking along cliffs and the amazing views that stretch far into Virginia to exploring the sandstone rock outcroppings. Also, available is access to the Farm that is connected to the farmhouse you are staying in, but actually takes 12 minutes to drive to because of the cliffs you have to drive around. The old farm has amazing bird watching during the early part of the summer and in most years abundant berries and tree fruit. We hope to have fresh veggies, jams, hard cider, and nut oils and nut products from the farm available for guests to purchase during the season. If the group is large enough we can prepare special meals from the farm.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 single bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed

What this place offers

Mountain view
Valley view
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Private patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Fire pit
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Union, West Virginia, United States

Monoe county is different than most of WV because we have both mountains and valleys. Nut'Inn is on top of the Knobs mountain with sweeping valleys around making for a clean expansive, and open feeling. There are no traffic lights or fast food joints in the entirety of Monroe county. The locals can be a little rowdy at night as the frogs and the wipperwills don't have a curfew, but people noise and lights are almost non existent. It is one of the premier destinations on the east coast for splunking.

Union is the county seat of Monroe county and a bustling little farm town with any basics you may need, but offers little in form of decent restaurants or entertainment so utilize the great kitchen space and make some great food with your fellow guests, come and learn about forage wild foods! For restaurants you will have to travel 40 minutes to Lewisburg.

For the outdoors adventurer there is The Greenbriar river and bike trail 40 minutes north. the New River Gorge Recreation area and the Cranberry wilderness which are about 2 hours away.

Hosted by Bill

  1. Joined in May 2020
  • 1 Review
I am an organic fruit and nut farmer and have been living on my farm for 35 years. I have a passion for innovation and am constantly experimenting with farming techniques and food processed. George Washington Carver and Luther Burbank are a couple of my heroes.
I am an organic fruit and nut farmer and have been living on my farm for 35 years. I have a passion for innovation and am constantly experimenting with farming techniques and food…

During your stay

I am available most all the time for what ever needs may arise and also available to cook meals using food from the farm for larger groups for a fee. i love to give tours of the farm, and that can be arranged for money or work trade. A large impetus for setting up an airbnb is to meet new people and make new friends so if we are not too busy I would love to make time for that.
I am available most all the time for what ever needs may arise and also available to cook meals using food from the farm for larger groups for a fee. i love to give tours of the fa…
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Things to know

House rules

No smoking
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Heights without rails or protection
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy