Come discover the hidden gems of Berkeley Springs, and the town of Bath
Completed in 1879 the Manor Inn Bed and Breakfast is the only remaining Second Empire Victorian Mansard-roof home in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. It is the place to spend a time of quiet retreat in one of our well-decorated and comfortable rooms, or the place to stay while you explore the natural beauty of Berkeley Springs, its spas and adjacent areas, with hiking in the mountains, canoeing or kayaking on the river, horseback trails and nearby bike paths.
Our big, scrumptuous breakfasts are served family-style in our antique-filled dining room or, when weather permits, on our large front porch catching the mountain breezes.
We are happy to accommodate special dietary needs once notified in advance.
The Manor Inn Bed and Breakfast is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Choose from four beautiful, elegantly decorated bedrooms all located on the second floor (accessible only by stairs), two of which form our suite which has a comfortable sitting room with TV, and a cabinet filled with books separating them, and a jacuzzi tub bathroom. This suite is suitable for two couples who know each other, or a couple with teenage or older children. Our Front and Corner rooms are suitable for a single person or couples.
You are greeted at the door by the host/hostess and offered a carafe of water or a cup of tea. Cookies are also available. Relax on our front porch, or in comfortable chairs in our front parlor and enjoy a wide variety of classical music from our record library. Why wait…
Breakfast is served either in our large dining room or when the weather is suitable on the wrap-around porch. It is always fresh since it is prepared in our kitchen on the same day. We are fortunate to have access to local organic meats, local fruits and vegetables, and jams.
Breakfast includes coffee, tea, milk, and a large variety of dishes. You are never served the same dish even when you are a repeat guest. Our big breakfasts have always been a hit with our guests, who look forward to ‘what’s coming out next‘ from the kitchen.
Berkeley Springs-Eastern Panhandle Area
Berkeley Springs sits in a valley surrounded by mountains to the West and East. In the valley in the town of Bath, is our warm springs that so many come to experience. Records indicate that George Washington stayed here, since a tub identified as his exists in the town’s state park. From the town, go 10 miles south along US 522 and you will arrive at the Cacapon State Park. While in the park, you may drive or hike to the top of the mountain ridge and enjoy the spectacular views. Drive to the north and you will cross the Potomac River, where you can hike or bike along the rail trail, or the C&O canal, and much, much more……..