This farm house styled B&B was completed in 2006 and offers a most relaxing atmosphere. We are located in the middle of 140 acres, overlooking two ponds. Nature surrounds you with its beauty every season of the year. Relax in front of our soap stone woodburner in the fall and winter, during spring and summer take in nature, rocking on the front porch or sitting in the screened in porch, out back. We guarantee it's relaxing!! Our upstairs bedrooms are furnished with pillowtop beds and 400 thread count sheets, private baths with 6 foot tub and shower combination. Central A/C, ceiling fans, TV's with DVD and VHS, radio with alarm and CD player, desk and chair, loveseats, closet, dresser, and so much more. The upstairs sitting rooms paladium window, overlooks the ponds and front grounds and offers plenty of seating for relaxing while reading a good book or just hanging out. A full country breakfast awaits you each morning, always prepared with your likes in mind. Restricted diets are always accommodated. We welcome you to share with us a quiet and serene setting, interrupted only by, A Natures Song.
5 on September 14, 2015
We traveled from TN to WV for a family visit and we couldn't have been happier with our stay. The entire house is warm and inviting, with very large, comfortable and clean rooms and bathrooms all very well appointed. Joanna and Arthur show so much genuine hospitality that we immediately felt like we had known them for years. All other B&B's experiences will pale in comparison to the experience here and I cannot recommend them enough. Our stay here made an already enjoyable trip into a relaxing, memorable experience, thank you both. Tina and Eric, Murfreesboro, TN
5 on December 16, 2014
Recently my husband and I spent a weekend with Joann and Arthur at their beautiful home. This was our first stay at a B&B. This was tbe type of B&B that makes you a real fan of this type of inn. Quiet, clean, good food but most of all the atmosphere created by the owners is inviting and warm. Yes, I would definitely go back. Linda and Dwight
5 on September 22, 2014
Art and Joanna felt like family and the place is gorgeous! Better than any overnite hotel and breakfast is top notch!
5 on August 01, 2014
I only wish I could have stayed longer at A Nature's Song. I wanted to get out and see the West Virginia countryside and reflect on my way to a family funeral, and this experience exceeded my expectations. Joanne and Arthur were so warm and friendly, I felt like I was with family. The Rose Room was very large, as was the bathroom, well-appointed and spotlessly clean. The linens were heavenly. The location is deep in the country and wonderfully quiet, yet they have TV in the room and free WiFi so I knew I could be connected if I wanted to. But I really didn't want to. The property is lovely and peaceful. You can walk out in the woods or up the road, and there are comfortable rooms to sit in and read. The breakfast was extra special - baked eggs with herbs and butter, homemade toasted bread, fresh fruit with mint, juice, plenty of coffee, bacon, just wonderful. I can't recommend this spot enough, and I hope to go back one day. xoxo Joanne and Arthur!
5 on July 06, 2014
You may find yourself passing through West Virginia on your way home or a part of your overall journey, but a stay at A Nature’s Song is a destination of its own. As you enter the small town of Mannington, and wind your way down the forested lane nestled in a protected forested area, tension will ease and excitement will build for having come to an enchanted place. You will be greeted warmly by two friendly, kind and down-to-earth folk, Arthur and Joanna, who have a natural ability to make you feel at home right away. we were immediately invited to be a part of the Reeve family. We spent the night on the back porch with refreshments with great conversation, and walked the property, including the beautiful pond, and enjoyed the comfy rocking chairs on the big country porch. The house is custom built, and the structural detail and upgraded finishes and furnishing were truly beautiful and of good taste. Joanna’s house and the B&B is immaculately clean. There isn’t anyone reading this review that can possibly have a cleaner house. And Joanna has taken great care to make every detail special, down to the microfiber sheets, the decorative wastebasket linings, and the handmade soaps. We stayed in the Lilac Room, and had a great’s night’s sleep in a comfy bed. There is a flat screen TV, a writing desk for you to set up you laptop with WIFI, and a large private bath for you to spend a quiet moment cleaning up for the night. Breakfast was delightful and healthy and the coffee was ready when we came downstairs. Honestly, I can’t wait to go back this Fall. A Nature’s Song is a great place to regain your strength, your wits, and refocus your energy back into whatever is you do. The cabin looked cool, a little out the way, and look private and cozy. These are just good people. Arthur and Joanna offer a place to stay, but they are also interested in sharing their blessings with others, and it will warm your heart.
5 on May 10, 2014
We recently spent a wonderful night at this lovely B & B near Mannington, WV, and enjoyed every minute of it! The owners, Joanne and Arthur welcomed us as family and graciously allowed us to hike and explore their spacious wooded property. We are nature lovers and there is an abundance of wildlife such as songbirds, deer and frogs singing in the nearby ponds. The Lavender room was beautiful and had every amenity thoughtfully provided and we slept very peacefully and comfortably. The cuisine was absolutely delicious; and they utilize local meats and ingredients, some of which is grown on their property. We will definitely stay at A Nature's Song again soon; probably try to experience each amazing season in the nearby hills of beautiful West Virginia. Steve and Melinda
5 on November 03, 2013
From the time we drove down the country lane and walked through the front door we felt very welcomed. Joanna and Arthur are wonderful people who opened up their home to us. The rooms are spacious and VERY clean, the food is wonderful. The woods, the ponds, the wildlife and peacefulness are truly a little piece of West Virginia's Heaven. We feel we came as strangers and left as friends. Scott and Heike K.
5 on October 22, 2013
West Virginia is "wild and wonderful", and so is A Nature's Song: There is the wild nature - in this case, beautiful, endless woods, ponds, and wildlife, and a wonderful bed and breakfast that is tastefully decorated and offers comfortable rooms, a spacious reading area, and a cozy dining area with a view overlooking the property. The two hosts, Joanna and Arthur, were marvelous and gave me a warm welcome that made me feel at home immediately. In the morning, after a delightful breakfast, I went for a walk through the woods just as the sun was breaking through and felt as if I was at my own private Walden Pond. I highly recommend staying at A Nature's Song! Julia Knobloch
5 on September 29, 2013
For our first visit to West Virginia we wanted a quiet out-of-the-way B&B. Nature's Song fit the bill! The forest setting provides a secluded backdrop for Joanne & Arthur's immaculate inn. The breakfasts were tasty & we enjoyed a gourmet dinner on our first night. We highly recommend Nature's Song--you won't be disappointed!
4.8 on August 24, 2013
This b&b was far more than we expected. The atmosphere was wonderful and relaxing. Joann and Arthur allow you to be secluded and alone but engage and entertain you if you want it. The property is incredible and perfect if you're looking for something off the beaten track. All in all, it was a stellar experience, well worth the money that left us not wanting to leave.
City, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Morgantown, WV (MGW-Walter Hart Field) 36 miles
From Interstate 79 in Fairmont, WV take exit 132, proceed to Route 250 North. Stay on Route 250 North approximately 16 miles to downtown Manningon. 1 1/2 miles out of Mannington, make right onto Flat Run Road.Stay on Flat Run one mile, look for sign that reads. Memorial,Farmington #9 Mine Disaster, make that right. Continue 1.3 miles to Forest Lane and make left onto gravel road, stay to the right for 7/10 of a mile to A Natures Song B&B.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
BBQ grill, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Wet bar
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing