Thanks for checking out the bus. It has been a joy to meet so many nice people since we listed it on Airbnb. The bus is just a short walk from our house where you can use the bathroom and kitchen if you need. Thanks again!
“Wills place was wonderful! The bus is comfortable and cozy perfect for relaxing after a long day of exploring the beautiful West Virginian towns and hiking trails. Will was a very helpful and easygoing host with a lot of knowledge about the area. I recommend this stay to anyone interested in alternative living or anyone who just wants to experience a unique and cozy place to rest for the night.”
Welcome to my listing. We have lived here for decades and have a small house to offer as you travel through Huntington. Driving distance to: Marshall University, Cabell Huntington Hospital or St. Mary's, Huntington Mall and Pullman Square. It's small, quaint and cozy, offers a full kitchen, comfy bed, quiet area, near the city and on a bus line. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and furry friends (pet). we have been selected As the most desired air b&b To stay in Huntington 2018
“This is my second time staying at Sherry’s place. It is just so cute! Sherry and her husband are kind and always make it a point to check in with you to make sure everything it okay. They are quick at communicating. Would definitely stay again in the future.”
The Downtime Thomas Studio is a private retreat tucked away within the Historic Hoffman Building right in downtown Thomas WV, and restored using salvaged materials and both old & new processes. The Studio is also conveniently in the middle of town in walking distance to art galleries, Tip Top coffee, craft shops, and is also just 2 doors down from the Purple Fiddle Music Venue.
“Think of the studio as small but mighty! Very cozy, stylish as heck, and Trevor, the host, is very responsive. Thomas is such a cute town and there is so much hiking (like so much!!) in the area you won't be in the studio but for evenings and nights, but when you are there it has exactly what you need. The kitchen is smallish with few cooking things, but I still managed to cook honey soy-glazed salmon and risotto, so it has the necessities! The bathtub is perfect for a nice long post-hike soak, the bed is SO COMFY and the sheets and blankets are softer than kittens on clouds. My ONLY critique is that the coffee available in the kitchen was Starbucks, but honestly, you'll probably be going to TipTop Coffee every morning anyway, or if you're a coffee snob like me you probably already planned on bringing your own anyway! TL;DR if you're trying decide where to stay in WV, stay here!!!”