An historic home that’s the center piece of the rural community. Subtly enhanced with modern comforts and situated on 23 acres of forest, gardens and ponds, guests enjoy roaming the property or just relaxing in the country atmosphere. Each of the spacious rooms is uniquely decorated with many fine pieces from West Virginia artisans, and each room opens to a porch overlooking the grounds. In addition to 3 guest rooms in the main house, there is also a new nicely appointed carriage house with cathedral ceilings throughout and a private deck overlooking the pasture and the old mill pond.
5 on August 13, 2013
We stayed here in May and were treated to an all-around first-class experience....the house is beautifully and lovingly cared for by John and Merrie. The breakfasts were delicious, especially Merrie's pancakes featuring local Hardy County maple syrup. We're planning to be back again soon since we'll be in the area for a family reunion. It will feel like coming home!
5 on August 04, 2013
We had a wonderful weekend. We took the motorcycle and had a blast riding in and out of the mountains. The house was beautiful and historic. The owners were so nice and accommodating. Wait till you meet their dog, Katie. Best dog ever. The room was so relaxing and peaceful. We spent some time in the hot tub to end the night. Waking up to fresh coffee and a great breakfast was a great start to the day. We are already talking about planning another weekend away. Just what we needed :)
5 on October 30, 2011
met & exceeded our expectations. The food was amazing and the innkeepers wonderfully accommodating. We slept like babies in our comfy bed. The surrounding nature is amazing.
5 on August 26, 2011
We spent last weekend at Asa Cline and were so impressed with everything. John and Merrie were warm and wonderful, the food was fabulous, the home beautiful and the attention to detail was amazing. We would highly recommend Asa Cline House!!
5 on August 08, 2011
This B&B is located off the beaten path, offering a perfect blend of quiet solitude and access to wineries, antiques and potteries -- our favorite things -- Innkeepers were quite nice and suggested activities in nearby towns. We will definitely return!
5 on October 08, 2010
Our very 1st B&B experience was exciting/interesting/rewarding. Merrie and John were both very knowledgeable and helpful in suggesting where to go and what to do. Fabulous food! Beautiful grounds! The entire stay was much more than we had hoped for! No complaints! Highly recommended!
4.6 on October 03, 2010
We decided to pent a few together as a family in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia after I returned from a deployment with Coast Guard. Merrie & John at Asa Cline House were wonderful and very patient with our 2 year old daughter. it was a peaceful experience. Fabulous hosts.
5 on September 09, 2010
Merrie and John have created an oasis of calm. The home has incredible healing energy and a stroll around the property is grounding. If you stay here, you must lay out in the hot tub at night with the lights and bubbles off, stare into the sky and make wish after wish watching the stars fall through the sky.
5 on August 30, 2010
John & Merrie were the perfect hosts the weekend we stayed at their B&B. A welcoming note greeted us on a blackboard on the front porch, making us feel instantly at home. They have furnished the rooms in a beautiful, inviting manner. Our bedroom had not only a large bed, but a love seat and large armchair for reading and relaxing. There were also bookshelves full of books and magazines to enjoy. Guests are welcome to use the living room, dining room and sun room at any time. My husband and I enjoyed a light dinner (that we had brought with us) on the lovely stone patio and were entertained by hummingbirds flying to and from the feeder. The grounds are charming as well, with lovely flowers, trees, ponds and sheep to enjoy. As so many other reviews mention, the breakfasts were amazing. One morning we feasted on fresh melon & blueberries adorned with nasturtiams, cherry scones, Canadian bacon, scrambled eggs and broiled home-grown tomatoes, accompanied by delicious tea & coffee. The next morning we savored a fruit medley, lemon-almond muffins, pancakes w/homemade strawberry preserves and sausages. John & Merrie were discreet - happy to chat, give advice on what to do and see, but never intrusive. We hope to return many times!
5 on August 15, 2010
My husband and I visited the Asa Cline House for our first anniversary. It was our first bed and breakfast experience and it was absolutely wonderful! Merrie and John were great, very knowledgable about the house and area, and prepared an excellent breakfast. Our room (room #1) was large and the private porch (shared with room #2) was very nice. Everything about our weekend was relaxing and we can't wait to go back for a longer stay!
Countryside, Mountains, Village
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 80 miles
West on the Greenway (toll road) to Leesburg and Route 7. Route 7 west to Winchester, VA and Route 50. Route 50 west from Winchester 12 miles to SR 259. Left (south) on Route 259 for 11 miles to Yellow Spring. Proceed 1/4 mile past the Kenneth Seldon Bridge in Yellow Spring, The Asa Cline House is on the right.
Antique Shopping, Casino, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, River
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Satellite/Cable TV, Spa, TV, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Sight-seeing
Merrie and John Hammond
Cats , Dogs
Merrie has weaver's studio in the house and we raise sheep for their wool. John is a semi-retired pharmacist active in the community.
Restrictive , Vegetarian