• A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Queen or King Room, Fridays and Saturdays
• $25 Dining Credit Each Night
• One Bottle of Wine Delivered to Your Table Each Night
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 stay at this rustically relaxed haven in the hills with water winding to your right and mountains rising to your left.
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 at Lost River State Park, open year round with plenty of hiking trails and beautiful views of two states and five counties.
As way leads on to way, trek back home to relax in the indoor Jacuzzi, lounge in the steam room, and sip handcrafted cocktails or craft beer at the bar.
For dinner, clean up your boots for a trip to the inn's on-site restaurant where you'll sup on sumptuous entrées like beef rib eye or beef short ribs, brown sugar-mustard salmon, and penne alla vodka with grilled chicken. Pair each plate with a carefully selected varietal from an extensive wine list.
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.
For additional information, visit The Guesthouse Lost River on Facebook.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 30, 2013
Guesthouse Lost River
Be the Guest of Honor in the West Virginia Mountains
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