In Fairview Bed & Breakfast Estate's historical, Italianate-style country house, floor-to-ceiling windows open to picturesque, panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Fresh flowers and antique furnishings lend a cozy, bucolic feel to the lodgings. Built in 1876 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building stands amid rolling landscape just moments from Virginia's wine country, horseback riding along the Appalachian Trail, and the mountains' tree-squirrel string quartets.
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Located in the midst of a gated 4,100 acre property in the Appalachian Mountains, Glade Springs offers 3 top-rated championship 18-hole golf courses, facilities for boating, fishing, caving, hiking, rock climbing and whitewater rafting. Nature abounds in all its beauty.
Rivermen's New River rafting trips guide amateurs and avid aquanauts alike through some of the most scenic whitewater rapids of New River Gorge National River. Reverential rafters can drink up hearty eyefuls of the gorge and its abundant wildlife, weathered bluffs, and recognizable bridge, as seen on the West Virginia state Pog and quarter. The upper river excursion (4–6 hours, $124) traverses canyons on relatively mild waters punctuated by a few easy rapids. Easily navigable by group raft or inflatable duck (a kayak-like vessel that holds 1–2 people), the upper trip makes an enjoyable introduction to whitewater for families, beginner to intermediate rafters, and adolescent Loch Ness monsters. The lower route (4–6 hours, $134) quickens the pulse with more than 25 rapids, as well as tranquil pools and the requisite breathtaking scenery. Both tours will stop to provide lunch.