The James Wylie House is located in the village of White Sulphur Springs at the base of the Allegheny Mountains. Built in 1819 for Greenbrier poineer, Richard Dickson, the property has evolved from a working farm of over 1300 acres to a boarding house. Fully restored and placed on the National Registry of Historic homes in 1990, the B&B continues its long history of hosting travelers. Come join us on the porch for a lemonade and some fresh mountain air.
5 on July 17, 2014
You will feel right at home and receive a warm welcome from Monica and Carl. Wonderful breakfast every morning. Very close to the Greenbriar. Stay here instead.
4.0 on October 09, 2013
A very friendly greeting on arrival set the tone for a very relaxing and enjoyable stay. Monica cooked great breakfasts and made the best pot of 'proper' tea in West Virginia. Highly recommend.
5 on November 11, 2012
Our group stays together several times a year in various locations and generally rent a house for everyone. When we could not find a house to rent we rented all of the rooms here. It felt like we were renting a house. The innkeeper accomdated us and we visited on the front porch like we owned the place. The living areas were just right for us and breakfasts were great. Highly recommend it for groups as well as individuals. Suzanne
5 on November 09, 2012
Forgot staying at a local motel. If you need a place to stay in W.S.S. area, Monica will take excellent care of you!
5 on August 11, 2012
This is our 2nd time here. We love it. We highly recommend it!
4.4 on October 15, 2011
We had a delightful visit here in October 2011. Monica, the innkeeper, was very helpful and even provided us with interesting history stories as well as local information. We would definitely stay there again.
5 on August 07, 2011
Just like home
4.8 on July 11, 2011
This is the second time we have stayed at the James Wylie House and each time has been the highlight of our vacation trip. We travel up from Texas and look forward to the host's breakfasts and charming conversation. We have rented the log cabin each time because of the number of family that joins us there and love the history of the house and cabin, the easy access, the accurate era furnishings, and the delicious morning meal. Our stays are generally for a week and every morning Monica greets us with hot coffee, cold juice and a culinary surprise that is guaranteed to delight your palate. Our first stay in 2009, another guest had picked some blueberries nearby and Monica treated all the guests to a freshly made berry breakfast dessert. This time it was our turn as black raspberries were ripe for the picking along a local country road. Monica turned these into a wonderful raspberry crisp for all the guests. I can guarantee that you won't be disappointed with either the accomodations or the hospitality you will receive.
4.4 on September 10, 2010
My husband and I were traveling to celebrate our 30th anniversary and had read the reviews before booing the room. I don't know that I could say anything more than has already been said, but it was a very homelike feeling. Extremely clean and breakfast was not only excellent, but there was something to satisfy anyone’s appetite. Well done. The innkeeper was very accommodating and we would go back.
5 on August 19, 2010
Spent a wonderful evening in the cabin - quaint and historic. A wonderful breakfast the next morning. We'd stay there again in a heartbeat!
Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Village
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Five-star Greenbrier Resort, State Fair of West Virginia, Snowshoe Ski Resort, Greenbrier State Forest, Oakhurst Links historic golf course, Organ Cave & Lost World Caverns, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ski area, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Live performances at Carnegie Hall, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
M. L. Foos
Cats , the Wylie Cat
Friendly innkeeper interested in current events, quilting, knitting, gardening, and of course, cooking.
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Cinnamon French Toast w/ Poached Pears
Thick Cinnamon bread encrusted in a cinnamon-vanilla batter topped with our wonderful pears poached in orange juice with a pinch of nutmeg.