Cabin vacation rentals & homes in West Virginia

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Chalet Buron at Monterville
Entire vacation home · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Chalet Buron at MontervilleFeel connected with nature and the beauty of the mountain in this recently renovated cabin with modern and rustic touches at Top of the Point Mountain Road in Monterville WV, this property is secluded yet close to town and the amenities of the Elk Springs Resort and just 17 miles from Snowshoe Ski Resort, Cass Rail Road State Park and Green Bank Observatory. The location it's great for the lovers of riding trails on side by side, four wheelers, mountain bike, hiking, fishing, hunting and Ski.
+ The Cabin + @ Camp Potomac Peak
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
+ The Cabin + @ Camp Potomac PeakBe among the first guests to Camp Potomac Peak- a soon to be modern cabin and elevated camping destination just outside Berkeley Springs, WV. The cabin is fresh off a total renovation and features everything you need for a weekend away in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia. A huge wrap around deck provides great hang out space and includes a hot tub, outdoor TV and music system, and a propane grill. One private bedroom with a queen bed is supplied with high quality linens and bedding.
Emmy House nestled in the WV foothills
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Entire cabin · 6 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Emmy House nestled in the WV foothillsCome relax, unplug and enjoy nature! This peaceful cottage is nestled among the rolling hills of beautiful WV. It is a perfect place for a romantic getaway, family reunion or spending a weekend with friends. Hiking trails, and backroads ATV fun is available for your enjoyment. 30 minutes away from Spencer, WV which is home to the Black Walnut Festival, quaint coffee shops, cafes, winery and shopping. 15 minutes from Elizabeth offering: Winery, coffee shop, shopping and Kayaks rentals.

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Popular amenities for West Virginia vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Log cabin rentals with hot tub in West Virginia

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  2. Hedgesville
Chic and Cozy Home at The Woods Golf & Spa Resort
$210 per night
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  2. Hedgesville
Cozy Cabin with Good Vibes & Modern Conveniences
$96 per night
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  2. Pipestem
The Retreat at Rock Ridge Hot-tub/large yard
$131 per night
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  2. Berkeley Springs
Chalet Cabin w Private Creek, Hot Tub, Huge Deck!
$139 per night
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  2. Hedgesville
Wild Rose Rustic Cabin
$147 per night
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  2. Berkeley Springs
Dreamtime - Modern A-frame Cabin w/ Hot tub
$182 per night
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  2. Capon Bridge
Riverfront Cabin~Hot Tub~Mountain Views Waterfront
$196 per night
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  2. Wardensville
Lost River Blackbird - Classic A-Frame Cabin
$296 per night
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  2. Slaty Fork
Slatyfork Farm Mountain Lodge ~ Mins from Snowshoe
$432 per night
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  2. Wellsburg
Large Cabin getaway in the hills of West Virginia
$313 per night
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  2. Marlinton
Locust Hill Cabin
$125 per night
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  2. Mathias
Modern Mountaintop Cabin with Stunning Views
$282 per night

Pet friendly vacation cabins in West Virginia

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  2. Hedgesville
Unique Gem: Cozy A frame cabin in the woods
$92 per night
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  2. Marlinton
The Bears Den Log Cabin
$125 per night
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  2. Hedgesville
Acorn Acre luxury 3-bed A-frame cabin in the woods
$215 per night
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  2. Marlinton
Rivers Edge Relaxing Log Cabin Get-Away
$165 per night
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  2. Lost City
Cozy Lost River retreat awaits!
$200 per night
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  2. Summersville
1840's Romantic Log Cabin - Hot Tub and Fireplace
$138 per night
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  2. Hedgesville
Chalet Style Cabin Close to Hiking and Golf
$120 per night
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  2. Rock Cave
The Deerling Big Run Respite's new cabin!
$120 per night
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  2. Upper Tract
Potomac Overlook Log Cabin At SMOKE HOLE, WV /WIFI
$159 per night
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  2. Berkeley Springs
Cabin Getaway: Cozy☆Location☆Berkeley Springs☆
$121 per night
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  2. Rio
Lovely cabin tucked away in the woods.
$99 per night
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  2. Summersville
Lake Escape Cabin
$250 per night

Affordable cabin rentals in West Virginia

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The View - Cozy Cabin
$261 per night
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  2. Paw Paw
Bird's Eye View | remote 3 bd mountain-top cabin
$185 per night
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  2. Cleveland
Bend of River Cabin In Hacker Valley West Virginia
$125 per night
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  2. Hacker Valley
Grizz's Cabin in Almost Heaven, Hacker Valley, WV
$125 per night
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  2. Augusta
Samadhi Mountain View cabin
$75 per night
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  2. Mount Nebo
The Gold Bass--historic cabin near the lake
$199 per night
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  2. Pendleton County
The Bear Cub Cabin
$95 per night
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  2. Great Cacapon
Cacapon Heights Cabin with a gorgeous view
$189 per night
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  2. Slaty Fork
Log Cabin in the woods at Snowshoe - "Blue Cloud"
$151 per night
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  2. Hico
🍁New Listing🍁83 Acres🍁HotTub+FirePit+NewRiverGorge
$267 per night
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  2. Morgantown
Cheat Lake Cabin w/Lake Views - 2022 NOW OPEN!
$239 per night
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  2. Charles Town
Vintage Riverfront Log Cabin “Emma” w/hot tub
$178 per night

Your guide to West Virginia

Welcome to West Virginia

West Virginia earns its nickname as the Mountain State. Its undulating hills, rugged mountains, whitewater rivers, and dramatic gorges have plenty to offer outdoor adventure seekers. Scenic country roads are like a natural amusement park through its pristine wilderness. The state is home to six national parks, more than 220,000 acres of state parks, and thousands of miles of meandering trails. The Monongahela National Forest dominates the eastern part of the state, home to hiking trails, ski resorts, and waterfalls, while anglers and rafters tend to head to the New River Gorge National Park in the south of the state. History buffs and culture seekers won’t be disappointed, either, in this corner of Appalachia. You can explore West Virginia’s distinct cuisine and music through its annual festivals. Charleston, the largest city and state capital, is also home to a range of museums including the highly regarded State Museum.


How do I get around West Virginia?

Yeager Airport (CRW) in Charleston is West Virginia’s biggest airport, with daily flights connecting to seven other destinations. Two other convenient options for air travelers are Roanoke–Blacksburg Regional Airport (ROA) in Roanoke, Virginia, and Tri-State/Milton J. Ferguson Field (HTS) in Huntington. Buses, airport shuttles, and trains are all easy and affordable ways to reach the nearest towns. Taxis and ridesharing services are also available. While public transit is accessible throughout much of the state, the most reliable way to get around is by renting a car, as it affords you the flexibility to access West Virginia’s natural wonders, rugged mountains, and historic small towns. There are seven interstates crossing West Virginia and one toll road, the West Virginia Turnpike.


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

While West Virginia is a popular destination during all four seasons, spring and fall have the best weather for exploring its countryside. During spring, marigolds and yellow lady slippers carpet the hillsides. Every May in Blackwater Falls, the annual Wildflower Pilgrimage guides visitors on informative walks through the blooms. By summer, festival season is in full swing — but keep in mind, so is the humidity. This makes it an ideal time to cool off with some whitewater rafting on the Upper New River or Shenandoah River or by stand-up paddleboarding around the New River Gorge. From September to November, autumn’s blazing foliage takes over the landscape. View the spectacle via train ride, scenic drive, or a spin in an ATV around Hatfield-McCoy Trails. West Virginia’s harsh winters may deter some, but it’s also a good time for cozying up in a countryside cabin or skiing the legendary Canaan Valley Resort State Park.


What are the top things to do in West Virginia?

Monongahela National Forest

Encompassing more than 919,000 acres of the Potomac Highlands on the eastern side of the state, Monongahela National Forest offers spectacular snow-covered landscapes in winter and abundant flora from spring to fall. Plan your trip around daylong walks or multiday hiking routes to backcountry campgrounds. Alternatively, you can explore the forests on mountain bikes and horseback, or drive the 43-mile Highland Scenic Highway. Summit Lake and Smoke Hole Canyon are kayaking spots, and Seneca Rocks is popular with experienced climbers.

Berkeley Springs State Park

Made famous by George Washington, who first visited the area at the age of 16, Berkeley Springs State Park is now best known for its historic bath houses and natural springs. The park is set in the heart of Berkeley Springs, and you can enjoy a selection of spa services at the Roman Bath House.

Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad

Operating as a tourist service since 1997, the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad was once the rail connection between Baltimore and Ohio. Now, it’s a heritage railroad line that runs along the Potomac River’s southern branch. You can board the train in Green Spring or Petersburg for a 25-mile, 35-mile, or 76-mile round trip through scenic landscapes.