Studio apartment in refurbished church in downtown Pikeville. Great for visiting students or professionals! Walking distance to convention center, downtown restaurants and bars, UPIKE. Perfect mix of minimalist living and luxury. Modern, efficient. Magnetic induction cooktop. Rain shower. Minimum rental 30 days.
Historic (built 1920) Pet Friendly Furnished house in Williamson WV 250 yards from the #10 trail connector, or less than 10 minutes to 6 other access points 2BR, 1 bath, den, huge kitchen, enclosed mud porch. 1 queen bed, 1 full, 3 daybeds, 1 large sofa. aprox 2000 square feet of living area, enough parking area for aprox 2 regular cab trucks with trailers . additional parking is about 300 yards to the east Cell and data service. has WiFi & ROKU TV/netflix local trail guide services available
“This is a great place to stay in Williamson! We came to ride the trails. You cannot beat the proximity of the house to the trailhead! Everything in the house is clean and neat. Six of us stayed there quite comfortably. One of my favorite things in the house are the common areas...living room...dining room....kitchen. Both nights that we stayed, we all ended up in the common areas drinking coffee and sharing our trail adventures for the day!”
Our home is located In front of the Devil Anse,Hatfield and McCoy trail 59. Direct access to the Buffalo,and the Rockhouse trail system.We have all the comforts of home,fully furnished kitchen,comfortable living room with dish network and wi fi,new mattresses,charcoal grill. We can accommodate 1-15 guest. We are a few short miles to the town of Matewan,the heart of the Hatfield-McCoy feud, The Battle of Matewan, Battle of Blair Mountain, and UMWA/Mine Wars. Food, gas,and carwash within 2.5 mi.
“James and Brandy's place in Matewan was a fantastic place to stay if you're making the trip to ride HMT! Plenty of room in the house for a large group, with all the essentials on site. The driveway accommodated our 2 ton trailer with plenty of bikes and a large truck to pull it all. The access to three different trail systems (Rock House, Devil Anse, and Buffalo Mtn), was incredibly easy. Absolutely recommend if you're going for the trail riding!”