Wonderfully redone 100 year old house on the main drag in Williamson, WV. Rooms were spacious, but in need of an amroire (at least the three we rented. Some other rooms did have a closet). Breakfast room was spacious, but lacking some character. Seemed like a business break room. The weekend breakfast we great, even fantastic, but get there early. Starts at 8:30am. Our late rising teens had nothing but pastries left by 9am. The weekday contential was mostly store bought, packaged items. Would have been nice to bring in something local if available. When we were visiting, ran out of soap bar supplies. We ended up running out buy our own when still out on the second day. Rooms were very clean. If you check in 8pm or later, dining options around town are limited. Bar down street was good. Most everything else in town closed. Few options back in Ky (across the river), but it is a dry town. So, no margarita with your mexican. We slept like logs, but probably because had busy days hiking and visiting. Train nearby was a none factor to us. Overall, kids rated the visit a 7 out of 10, which is good for teens these days.
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