Comfort Inn

Address: 136 Ambrose Lane, Princeton, West Virginia, 24740, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 136 Ambrose Lane, Princeton, is near The Bronze Look, LLC.
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        Travel Blogs from Princeton

        The Cascades

        A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 27, 2015

        10 photos

        ... and the rain had stopped shortly after we left the waterfall. We saw a small waterfall on a small tributary of the creek. I imagine that this waterfall only exists after a good rain. We stopped at a couple more points along the creek on our hike back to view the pretty cascades. Near the trailhead, we saw the old sawmill boiler that was used for power when the area was being logged. Soon, we made it back to the parking area and started making our way ...

        Waterfalls, part 3

        A travel blog entry by damienandnadia on Aug 03, 2015

        3 photos

        ... t too dramatic on their own but the backdrops really set them off. Sunburst falls flowed below an old bridge and you can view the falls both above and below the bridge (with a little careful rock climbing). French Broad Cascade flows past and old mill and is joined by another cascade so you get two for one. Unfortunately the mill wheel has been removed and a new bridge has been built over the falls so it has lost a bit of the charm from some of the photos Damien saw while planning ...

        Doldrums and Dairy Queen

        A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 13, 2015

        22 photos

        ... t mention when it says hikers can have mail held there). One was a bunch of food I had bounced to myself from Damascus, and the other, conveniently enough, was a larger food bag that I had ordered and sent to my parents, who sent it to me, among other goodies. Following lunch, I planned on going only 6 more miles or so and camping, so I set off at a leisurely pace through a couple miles of beautiful rolling fields. I was quite enjoying myself, ambling along, listening ...

        Another Nice Stopover

        A travel blog entry by gauke on Oct 20, 2014

        ... Saw a beautiful domed building in Charleston and I am assuming that it was the capitol. In the midst of that beautiful building though were what looked like row houses reminding me of the scene in Harlan County, Kentucky. Of course West Virginia is coal mining country. We just went through our first toll booth. Didn't know if we were a car or a truck and still don't but it cost $3.25 whatever we are. The lanes are very narrow ...

        Rained out!

        A travel blog entry by cphenly on Aug 09, 2014

        1 comment, 21 photos

        ... twice.

        After a very good lunch at a Mediterranean restaurant called Lavash, we went back to Princeton to visit the railroad museum. This is small but also very interesting. It features a now-defunct line called The Virginian which ran from central West Virginia to Norfolk, taking coal to the coast where it was shipped to Europe and beyond. The Virginian eventually merged with Norfolk and Western, and all the Virginian symbols and memorabilia ...