Super 8 Elkins

Address: 350 Beverly Pike, Elkins, West Virginia, 26241-9803, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 350 Beverly Pike, Elkins, is near New Tygart Flyer, Monongahela National Forest, and Augusta Heritage Center.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Elkins

Reviewed by chris-fernie

Guest laundry available.

Reviewed Jun 30, 2014
by (7 reviews) Nova Scotia , Canada Flag of Canada

The super 8 was a reasonable hotel to stay at. It had a small closet off the lobby that had a washer and dryer for guests which was most appreciated. Each machine cost $1 to use which was very reasonable. The room also included a cold breakfast (cereal, toast, juice, coffee) and some fruit which was of poor quality. And, they had a waffle maker and syrup which is one of my all time favorites. There was a restaurant across the street that served a buffet for supper.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Elkins

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Travel Blogs from Elkins

She will be coming round the mountain

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jun 30, 2014

7 photos

By noon, we had gassed up 3 times, been through a rain shower, travelled 307 kms (probably 100 of them in construction zones) and had just finished lunch at Burger King. We all ordered their chicken salad with different kinds of cheeses and kept the young lady in the back hopping.

The Scenic Route to MN, Day Five

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 21, 2014

... the fact that all of the headend weight rests on driven wheels makes for an enormously powerful, if slow-moving engine.

That makes it easy to chase... as long as there are roads and vistas. Those are in somewhat scant supply but not so scarce or hard to reach as to deny us a gratifying morning of picture taking. One of the vistas was at a swinging bridge that spanned the Greenbrier River. We took pictures of the bridge, and ljw went ...

The Scenic Route to MN, Day Five

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 21, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... for an enormously powerful, if slow-moving engine.

That makes it easy to chase... as long as there are roads and vistas. Those are in somewhat scant supply but not so scarce or hard to reach as to deny us a gratifying morning of picture taking. One of the vistas was at a swinging bridge that spanned the Greenbrier River. We took pictures of the bridge, and ljw went part way across, but we decided the vegetation would block the view of the train, and it would be very ...

Trains, telescopes, fire trucks and quilts

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 20, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... telescope to radio interference of any kind. Because of that, there is a ban on the use of all sorts of things -- including digital cameras, anywhere near the telescopes AND a complete ban on cell phone use -- and towers -- in the whole valley! Thus no cell phone service! I don't feel so bad now that I know it's for a good reason!

Walt would have to fill in the details, because I didn't take notes, but this telescope weighs 17 MILLION pounds. I think the ...

Trains, telescopes, fire trucks and quilts

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Aug 20, 2014

1 comment

... br> We couldn't see the train, but we could still hear it, and thought it was coming our way. Then the sounds got fainter and then stopped. Then we heard a whistle and more train sounds, so we waited, but they stopped again. We decided to wait five more minutes, and our patience paid off. The train eventually came around the bend, and we got some more pictures.

Back to the station for lunch and shots of the next train leaving. Then we headed back ...