There's the beaten path and then there's the road less traveled––Escape the predictable and mundane with a trip to The Guesthouse Lost River, a hidden relaxation destination amid West Virginia's Appalachian Mountains.
Two hours from both DC and Baltimore, you can trail off from the city life with a two-night stay for two in a King or Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($245) or Fridays and Saturdays ($299), and enjoy a welcome basket upon arrival. No need to rush along your journey––late noon checkout is provided.
All signs point toward gorgeous hikes and adventures along the ruggedly beautiful George Washington National Forest and the surrounding 30 private acres of this idyllic property. You'll discover activities plentiful and peaceful like fishing, biking, and picnicking at Trout Pond State Park––West Virginia's only natural lake.
As way leads on to way, trek back home to relax by the outdoor Jacuzzi, lounge in the steam room, and sip handcrafted cocktails or craft beer at the bar. If you book a Sunday through Thursday stay, you'll be treated to two drinks in the lounge.
If you book for a Friday-though-Saturday stay, clean up your boots for a trip to the inn's on-site restaurant where you'll apply a nightly $25 dinner credit toward sumptuous entrées like filet mignon, wild-mushroom ravioli, and pork rib-eye paired with an extensive wine list. Or, if you visit Sunday through Thursday, enjoy two drinks in the property's welcoming lounge.
Spend the rest of your evening rocking on the porch with a good book––or some poetry––before nodding off to sleep in your king-size bed.
Two vacations diverged in a wood and you took this Escape––and that has made all the difference.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON May 4, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON July 30, 2012
The Guesthouse Lost River
Two-Night Stay for Two Plus a Welcome Basket, Late Noon Checkout, and a Nightly $25 Dining Credit
- from $245