Adventure awaits in Mercer County, WV. To help you make plans, we’ve prepared some itineraries to inspire you. Check them out below and browse the many places to stay. Book your rooms today and come experience your #almostheaven in Mercer County, WV.
Friday Start the weekend off early with an afternoon tour of the McNutt House (call 304-487-1502 for an appointment prior to your arrival). The property, originally owned by a doctor, served as a hospital during the Civil War. It is the last remaining structure of that era in Princeton and the first site along the… View Article
Cabins, comfort food and a dash of holiday cheer — enjoy quality time in Mercer County this season. Friday Stay the weekend in one of Buffalo Trail’s cabins, cottages or treehouses and appreciate the peaceful wooded environment. Plus: it is conveniently located within 3.5 miles from the Pocahontas Trailhead of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails — if… View Article
Mercer County is a vibrant area full of passionate individuals. Whether you’re sipping a craft brew or exploring one of our many galleries, talent and craftsmanship is everywhere. Appreciate the arts and get in touch with your own creative side during a weekend here. Friday Begin your artisanal tour at Sophisticated Hound Brewing Company which… View Article
A dazzling display of lights, charming bed and breakfasts, a seasonal tour of Victorian-era homes and plenty of shopping and special events make Mercer County a lovely place to spend the holidays. Friday Nothing says Friday night like Chicken Waffle Nachos from The Railyard. Order a plate to share before your main course or paired… View Article
Take a trip to Bluefield to explore antiques and art with a bit of adventure then discover the hidden history of baseball in Mercer County! Stay: Tuck in at the Historic Bluefield Inn. Built in 1904, this ornate, southern-style mansion radiates sophistication. With it’s in-room fireplaces, this charming boutique hotel will help you relax in… View Article
Mercer County’s Pocahontas Trail is at the heart of the world-famous Hatfield McCoy trail system. This 700-mile network snakes through Southern West Virginia’s deep, rhododendron-packed hollows, traveling past historic homes and collapsed coal mining towns, like the long-forgotten town of Goodwill Hollow. While you won’t find any active mines, you may still catch a glimpse… View Article
DID YOU KNOW?
Mercer County is home to not one, but two Christmas Tree Farms. To learn more about both and plan a family outing to these beautiful landmarks, click on the listings below.