West Virginia Honeymoons
West Virginia has much to offer those in search of the perfect honeymoon.
It's an outdoor enthusiasts paradise. Opoprtunities for camping, boating, hiking, fishing, and rafting abound in places like the Monongahela National Forest. book a quiet and restful B&B in little towns like Hinton and Shepherdstown and experience small town charm like never before. You'll leave feeling like family. Wherever you choose, West Virginia gives
its newlyweds plenty of secluded and romantic time together. Here
are some of our suggestions for perfect West Virginia honeymoon travel.
Spend Your West Virginia Honeymoon at a Romantic B&B
These West Virginia Bed &
Breakfasts offer more than just a cozy place to sleep. They
have everything you need for a secluded & romantic honeymoon.
You can find lovely B&B's throughout West Virginia, in and around large
West Virginia cities like Parkersburg, Morgantown, Charleston, and Lewisburg and in or
around the smaller towns and communities of Point Pleasant, Petersburg, Williamson,
and Summersville. Here are a few B&Bs that can deliver the perfect
honeymoon retreat. Many West Virginia Bed and Breakfasts specialize in
catering to newlyweds, so be sure to let the proprietor know that
it's your honeymoon!
Camp Hill Bed & Breakfast
701 W Washington St
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425-6587
James Wylie House B&B
208 E Main St
White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986
Brass Pineapple Bed & Breakfast Inn
1611 Virginia St E
Charleston, WV 25311
Historic Matewan House Bed & Breakfast
Mate St AT Ferrell St
Matewan, WV 25678
Honeymoon in West Virginia Outdoors
Consider spending your honeymoon camped next to a beautiful West Virginia
lake or in one of West Virginia's awesome State Parks. If you and your
new partner love the outdoors, then you'll love falling asleep together
under the stars and waking up together in the crisp fresh air in
places like Lewis Wetzel Wildlife Management Area, Spruce Knob Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area, Kanawha State Forest, or Greenbrier State Forest. Take long hikes together
into the woods, horseback through stunning trails, paddle out onto
a glass lake, and at the end of the day relax in each other's arms
next to a warm fire. If pitching a tent is a little rougher than
you had in mind, consider renting a beautiful cabin
For additional West Virginia honeymoon ideas and information contact the West Virginia Division of Tourism at 90 MacCorkle Avenue SW, South Charleston, WV 25303 Telephone: 304-558-2200 or 800-CALL-WVA.