Stone Manor Bed and Breakfast

Address: 12 Main Street, Point Pleasant, West Virginia, 25550, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 12 Main Street, Point Pleasant, is near Mothman Museum and Point Pleasant River Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Point Pleasant

From IN, to KY, and into WV

A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio on Sep 27, 2013

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We topped a further 300 miles today. Having made the definite decision to buy fireworks , when we finally found a place it was of course closed!

After crossing the Ohio river into Louisville KY, and then on through Lexington,We stopped in Winchester, KY for lunch at the same place we had lunch 7years ago : The Cantuckee Diner. Talk about ...

Cold today

A travel blog entry by reinhardt138 on Aug 14, 2013

Today it was cool when we left. It was probably about 13°C maybe a tad higher and then by the time we got into the hills Fred said that at one point it was down to 11.5°C. As usual, the roads were in pretty good shape. We saw deer. At one point, a large hawk flew right beside me as I rode. I have to say honestly that I am more nervous on the Honda than on ...

Day 31: Gambier OH to Ripley WV

A travel blog entry by bergworld on Jul 01, 2013

... the frequency of towns and cars.

I pulled in to Athens after noon. I was told it was a nice college town. I didn't see that. Perhaps it was that I just left bucolic Gambier; or that it was warm and humid and I was getting tired; or that there was a fair amount of construction. But I beat a quick retreat and hopped on route 33 over the Ohio river and out of Ohio.

Breakfast with the Amish....

A travel blog entry by robin.drechsler on Jun 07, 2013


Day 2: We woke up in the quiet town of Gallipolis, OH. Our hotel provided a free hot breakfast, so we were pretty excited to eat this morning. We made our way to the dining room and started filling our plates. Adam quietly pointed out that some of our fellow breakfast guests must be Amish or something close to it. The men all had long beards and wore long pants, long sleeve shirts, and suspenders. The women had bright white ...

First stop. Sleep time. Yay

A travel blog entry by suzysnow on Jul 02, 2012

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Our first stop was in West Virgina. The only state fully in the Appalachian mountain range. This mountain range is the oldest in the world. And even though the ridges have been clear cut logged many times over the years they currently had a strong tree cover in the area we drove through. This tree cover protects the steep hills from water erosion and protects the wild life that thrives in and relies on the shaded mountains streams.

The Appalachian forest is ...