Preston County Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 112 West Main Street, Kingwood, West Virginia, 26537, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 112 West Main Street, Kingwood, is near Cheat River Outfitters.
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      Travel Blogs from Kingwood

      Falling Water

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Apr 06, 2015

      4 comments, 37 photos

      ... landing, three steps a landing etc. A swimming pool was nestled up here, small, no room for laps, probably a very cool pool to chill off and chat. We are told Mrs. Kaufmann would sometimes sleep in the guest house when it was particularly hot opening all of the windows creating what could almost be considered a bedroom outside.

      Flat roofed houses can be a problem and when the Kaufmann's moved in there were fifty leaks, this did get remedied. The Wrights ...

      Ghosts en route home

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Apr 05, 2015

      1 comment

      ... to the door and we knew our keys to our rooms would be waiting inside.

      We arrive in Pennsylvania finally, now seeing a lot of deer feeding on the fresh grass shoots just off the side of the road. They begin to look good, but alas we left our guns and cross bows behind. We are starving. The Inn is within reach, the code works and our keys are waiting. No one is around in this huge stone inn. Bedroom doors are open, lights are on ...

      Falling: Definition

      A travel blog entry by vagabond07 on Jan 25, 2015

      3 photos

      ... repeated falls. My stubborn nature came out and I attempted it a second time with Daniel and Madison to cheer me on as I once again tumbled down the slope. We went down a green slope next, but apparently I had gotten into the habit of falling and couldn't make it more than a few minutes without falling. After a short break, our other coach, John, went down a final green slope with me...and I skied the whole slope without any falls! Somehow, skiing is still my favorite sport. ...

      Salamander Challenge

      A travel blog entry by vagabond07 on Jan 24, 2015

      4 photos

      ... but it is stunningly beautiful which makes falling more tolerable. And by tolerable I mean that when you are on your back looking at marshmallow trees you are too distracted to register pain.
      4. Riding ski lifts to the top of the mountain is incredibly peaceful. If I didn't have to come back down on skis I could have spent my whole day riding up to see the "marshmallow" trees and listening to the occasional birds that broke the silence.

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      Snowy Adventures

      A travel blog entry by vagabond07 on Jan 23, 2015

      7 photos

      ... of putting chains on tires. We both were actually pretty excited to learn the process. And I have to say, my inner six year old was pretty disappointed by the simplicity of the process. The rest of the night was spent staying warm by a fire, grabbing last minute supplies from the tiny Shop N Save (Basically the Davis equivalent to Greentown's Hulce Supermarket), and shuttling the luggage and everyone up to the lodge in the cars with chains. Tomorrow: ...