Ideal for a couple. Queen Bed, Writing Nook four poster bed. plus a private water closet. (toliet and sink in room) TV/DVD
For the travelers. a Full Bed, comfy chair, writing desk, smartTV and DVD. Our smallest room w/ lots of charm.
Families in mind, main room 2 Queens, TV/DVD. Small room 2 Singles w/ TV/DVD. Including a private loo.
Bed & Breakfast
Mavis Manor is Southern West Virginia Premier Sustainable Farmstay B&B Retreat. The 1897 Queen Anne Victorian Country Manor situated on a 33 acres farmstay nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located in the small hamlet of Flat Top, WV, a small town that is also home of Winterplace Ski Resort. We specialize in Farm to Fork localness. Our growing sustainable farming practics include our flock of 75+ happy chickens. Our fluffy English Angora Rabbit named Chewy. The locally famous Sylvia Smackers. (She’s a pig! But shh… I’m not sure she knows that yet) On the grounds we focus mainly on permaculture, like our fruit forest, but also include traditional gardening styles as well. What we doesn’t grow on ground we take every possible stride to purchase locally.
We offer an escape from your hectic lifestyle. The guest rooms have smart, eclectic styling, historic southern charm, and 21st century sustainable thinking. Minutes off of I-77, located between Bluefield and Beckley and ideal halfway point from the Great Lakes to the Carolinas
Farm to Fork
Farm Fresh Eggs, Local Fruit, Vermont Maple Syrup, Fresh breads, Yum...
PS. I know you might be wondering about the Breakfast, our meals are good, but my Super Berry Pancakes, are worth the trip alone.Read More
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Looking to purchese one of LJ Furman's Fine Art pieces showcased here at Mavis Manor? Follow the link below to her Website.
"Great visit!" My boyfriend and I recently visited the Mavis Manor on our drive back to Chicago from North Carolina... Justyn and Lisa greeted us with open arms and had hot tea waiting for us. We were given a great tour of the house - amazing history! Although our trip here was just a short night, we definitely plan on coming back! It is a beautiful house, extremely clean, great art and Justyn made us an amazing breafast in the morning. The house sits on 33 acres, so in the morning we walked around the grounds to visit the horses, cows and roosters. This was a great experience - thanks! Reviewed May 2, 2012