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Dream Snowshoe log cabin home w/hot tub! 10 mins to Snowshoe village / Sleeps 15
Entire residential home · 15 guests · 9 beds · 3 baths

Dream Snowshoe log cabin home w/hot tub! 10 mins to Snowshoe village / Sleeps 15The Lincoln Lodge is the perfect mountain getaway for your family vacation in all seasons! New listing for 2020/21! Entire house - 5 bedrooms / 4 Baths / 3300 sq. ft / Sleeps 15 Avoid the crowds at the top of Snowshoe while you experience the best of mountain living in this picturesque log cabin home. Less than 1.5 miles from the entrance to Snowshoe and 4.6 miles from the village, you'll be on the slopes or enjoying outdoor activities in minutes! Access hiking trails immediately from your doorstep or enjoy some of the best mountain biking in the world at Snowshoe. Bring your clubs for the Gary Player designed Raven Golf Course, a one-of-a-kind gem less than 10 minutes away. Pick-up a day pass at Snowshoe mountain to enjoy the many summer activities for the whole family. With 5 large bedrooms and 3 full baths (>3300 sq. ft.) on more than 2 acres of secluded woods, this 3-story lodge comfortably houses 15 guests. Relax in the private hot tub under the stars after a long day of hiking or skiing, or curl-up in front of the fireplace for a quiet evening. Join your family and friends for the perfect skiing / golfing / hiking / fishing / biking / off-roading vacation at The Lincoln Lodge! THE PROPERTY 3,300 Sq Ft | Outdoor Fire Pit & Fireplace + Firewood | Free Highspeed WiFi / Internet (CityNet) (supports streaming / mesh network throughout) | NO Cellular Phone Service (common across Snowshoe) | Land phone line | Four Large-screen smart TVs 'The Lincoln Lodge' offers a secluded-yet-convenient location just minutes from the slopes and all the amenities you could desire, making it the perfect getaway for skiers, hikers, or families looking for a home-away-from-home for the holidays. Master Bedroom: King Bed w/ Queen Trundle Bed | Bedroom 2: Queen Bed | Bedroom 3: Full Bed, Twin Bunk Beds | Bedroom 4: Queen Bed w/ Twin Trundle Bed | Bedroom 5: Queen Bed w/ Twin Trundle Bed | Game Room: Futon OUTDOOR LIVING: Wraparound porch, hot tub, mountain views, hiking trails, 2 acres of land KITCHEN: Fully equipped, drip coffee maker, Keurig coffee maker, toaster, Crock-Pot, cooking basics & spices, breakfast bar w/ seating INDOOR LIVING: 2 Smart TVs, TV, fireplace, 3 living areas, dining table, desk space, ceiling fans GENERAL: Washer & dryer, towels, linens, complimentary toiletries, keyless entry PARKING: Gravel driveway (5 vehicles) THE LOCATION 4-WHEEL DRIVE AND/OR CHAINS REQUIRED IN THE WINTER! 1.4 miles on Hunter's Ridge Rd. provides AMAZING scenic views, but be prepared for this gravel road (which is plowed) in the winter. SNOWSHOE MOUNTAIN (4.6 miles): Skiing, biking, paddleboarding, ziplining, golfing, shopping & dining ATTRACTIONS: Raven Golf Club (4.1 miles), Cass Scenic Railroad State Park (7.2 miles), Bald Knob Observation Deck (12.7 miles), Green Bank Telescope & Observatory (15.4 miles), Monongahela National Forest (36.1 miles), Seneca Caverns (53.9 miles) EAT + DRINK: Cheat Mountain Pizza (4.6 miles), Foxfire Grill (4.7 miles), Appalachia Kitchen (5.0 miles), Tuque's Bar and Grill (5.0 miles), The Last Run Restaurant (7.1 miles), The Boathouse (9.0 miles) HOUSE RULES No smoking - Absolutely no pets allowed (homeowner allergy) - No events, parties or large gatherings - Must be at least 25 years old to book - Additional fees and taxes may apply - Photo ID may be required upon check-in NOTE: The property requires stairs and may be difficult for guests with limited mobility NOTE: This property provides a secluded getaway experience and, therefore, there is no cell phone service. Download/print directions prior to travel. Owner will provide access code/internet password at booking. NOTE: 4-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, or chains are necessary in the winter months to access the property (1.4 miles of gravel road to the property) NOTE: Your safety matters. This property features an exterior security camera by the front door facing out. It does not look into any interior spaces

Mason Jar Cabin
Rustic mountain getaway
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Mason Jar Cabin Rustic mountain getawayNew cabin built 2019 in the heart of pocahontas county! Just a 28 mile drive to Snowshoe ski resort. It has a bedroom downstairs with a queen bed, upstairs bedroom has a full bed with open loft overlooking kitchen and living room area, bathroom downstairs with standup shower. It has a heat pump, Cable tv, & WIFI also a fully equipped kitchen. We have a fire pit outside with wood for sale on site. The 77 mile greenbrier river trail is directly in front of our cabin.

24 Mountain Crest, Snowshoe, WV
Entire condominium (condo) · 6 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath

24 Mountain Crest, Snowshoe, WV#1 wish-listed Airbnb at Snowshoe Mountain and in West Virginia! Fully appointed superior studio condo at Snowshoe, WV. Recently upgraded, queen cedar log bunk bed, queen sleeper sofa, fully functional kitchen, wood fireplace, washer/dryer in unit, ski locker, flat screen TV, WiFi and phone. Approximately 3 minute walk to Powderidge lift and 10 minutes to village. Additional availability at this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath condo, that sleeps 10:

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Your guide to Snowshoe

All About Snowshoe

From the Chesapeake to the power brokers of the Beltway, the Mid-Atlantic Region has many assets, but world-class winter sports are not among them. The mountains of West Virginia may not be Aspen or Mammoth, but they’re the best available substitute. Located 4.5 hours from D.C., Snowshoe Mountain delivers everything you want in a ski getaway: 61 trails and a 1,500-foot vertical drop to carve by day, and a cozy village with all the apres-ski amenities, from steaming mugs of fireside cocoa to luxurious spas. If downhill skiing’s not your style, there’s also snowmobiling, tubing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. And in the summer, there’s mountain biking, golf, and canoeing on Shavers Lake. The surrounding Pocahontas County is a treasure trove of natural beauty when it comes to scenic drives and hiking trails — you can even eavesdrop on galaxies far, far away at the Green Bank Observatory.

How do I get around Snowshoe?

It’s neither quick nor easy to get to Snowshoe, but with scenery like this, the journey is at least half the point. The closest airport is Greenbrier Valley Airport (LWB), in Lewisburg, about 90 minutes south of town. But you may also want to check flights into Yeager Airport (CRW), in Charleston, West Virginia, about a 3-hour drive west. Whichever you choose, be sure to rent a car and enjoy the view as you’re traveling to your ski rental. Consider a detour on the Highland Scenic Highway through the Monongahela National Forest to peep fall foliage, spring wildflowers, log cabins, and mountain streams.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Snowshoe?

As the name implies, winter in Snowshoe is all about the snow — of which it gets its fair share. Now, we’re not talking Rocky Mountains-level powder dumps, but you can expect a respectable 180 inches of snowfall at the summit over the course of the winter (December to March). Summers are warm and pleasant, with temperatures in the 70s Fahrenheit, and spring and fall call for jackets and scarves. Rain is always a possibility, so don’t forget an umbrella.

What are the top things to do in Snowshoe?

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park Twenty minutes east of Snowshoe, the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park is a throwback to the turn of the 20th century, when the railroad first came to town and steam engines carried lumber from Bald Knob, West Virginia’s highest peak. The 11-mile track and its century-old locomotive are still functional, but these days they’re used to ferry tourists, not spruce, through the mountains.

Twenty minutes east of Snowshoe, the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park is a throwback to the turn of the 20th century, when the railroad first came to town and steam engines carried lumber from Bald Knob, West Virginia’s highest peak. The 11-mile track and its century-old locomotive are still functional, but these days they’re used to ferry tourists, not spruce, through the mountains.

Cranberry Mountain Nature Center and Highland Scenic Highway

From mid-April to mid-October, you can take a cruise along the Highland Scenic Highway and wind up at the 750-acre Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, home to the largest concentration of cranberry bogs in the state and the strange carnivorous plants that grow in them. Visit the Nature Center to learn more about this fascinating ecosystem and arrange a guided tour of the bogs.

Green Bank Observatory

Up here in the mountains of West Virginia, scientists are listening. Using a massive radio telescope the size of two football fields, they try to detect signals so faint that all other frequencies across the vast 13,000-square-mile National Radio Quiet Zone must be silenced in order to hear them. Some nearby residents can’t even use wi-fi or own microwaves. This silence has allowed for the discovery of pulsars, neutron stars, and other space phenomena. Here on earth, visitors can take a self-guided walking tour and explore its network of bike trails.

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