Cider Mill House

130 Fourth Bridge Rd. , Hedgesville, WV 25427 USA (Show map)


Cider Mill House is as welcoming today as it was 200 years ago. Then, as now, it sheltered family, friends and travelers in need of rest and renewal. The carefully restored, original stone farmhouse is the heart of Willow Run Farms, an historic working farm with 200 acres of fields and forests for guests to roam and relax. Here you can enjoy the quiet and beauty of nature with a touch of the past. We have restored and decorated Cider Mill House to reflect the 18th C. farmstead lifestyle. Where guests can choose from four unique rooms and be lulled to sleep by the sounds of nature and awakened by bird call.



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  • Guest room4.8
  • Service4.9
  • Value4.8
  • Cleanliness4.9
  • Onsite Dining5.0

Great B & B!

5 on March 09, 2016

We were pleasantly surprised by this beautiful B & B. The innkeepers were very gracious & friendly. Our room was spacious, clean & comfortable. Breakfast the next morning was excellent! The area is peaceful & quiet and, as it turned out, we had the whole house to ourselves. We definitely plan to stay again!

Wonderful visit

5 on December 06, 2015

My husband and I originally picked Cider Mill House because it accepted gift certificates. We definitely will return. The home in which Kat grew up is impeccably kept and comfortable -- not to mention beautifully decorated! We ended up finishing our visit to a nearby town earlier than expected, so we called and asked if we could check in. They welcomed us warmly, gave us a tour, and basically said, "The place is yours!" They are both artists and you can view their work throughout the home. They live in another home on the property, so it's not a place where you feel like someone is always hovering or looking over your shoulder. They had coffee and various kinds of tea on hand, not to mention soda and water in a small refrigerator -- and told us to help ourselves! Breakfast the next morning was like nothing I've ever had -- seriously. They both cook and while they don't call themselves chefs, they should! It started with small, very yummy homemade muffins and coffee. Then we had strawberries and vanilla yogurt/cream. Next came a broccoli and cheese frittata with sausage patties fried in apple butter and finally a poached pear with homemade vanilla whipped cream and chocolate! OMG! I couldn't even begin to eat it all, and I felt bad because they obviously put so much time and thought into making their guests happy! But again, they weren't upset. We enjoyed talking with both of them and seeing their animals. We definitely plan to make a return trip. Without a doubt, this B&B is in the awesome category.

sweet escape

5 on October 21, 2015

it was a wonderful stay. very friendly and the breakfast was fantastic

Lovely 19th century farmhouse

5 on October 21, 2015

We enjoyed four nights in a well maintained and appropriately decorated 200 year old home. From the original plank flooring to the simply curtained windows to the primitive style paintings on the walls to the spring water, our hosts succeeded in treating us to a unique experience in a bed and breakfast stay. The beautiful grounds afforded walks along the quiet lanes and pastures, with an evening serenade from the cattle. Well worth the money, peaceful and secure!


5 on October 17, 2015

Quite simply. it was an incomparable stay. The resident menagerie, the walks in the rolling pastures, the long and lovely talks with our hosts, the leisurely and scrumptious breakfasts provided by our hosts comprised a perfect get-away week end for us.Ed and Kat were the most gracious of hosts.

Cider Mill House

4.0 on October 15, 2015

I will definitely be back. The owners are warm, funny and exceedingly knowledable of the area if you don't know it and want options on what to do and see. The rooms are affordable and impecably appointed and the three course breakfasts are so delicious and filling, you'll be full till dinner time. Wonderful, historic location. I could not rate my stay there more highly! You must stay here.


4.6 on October 14, 2015

Cider Mill house is a wonderful oasis in the middle of the West Virginia mountains. The expansive property is a nice place to spend the day on its own, but there are plenty of places to see within about 30 minutes of the inn. Kat and Ed are gracious hosts full of information about the region. Breakfasts are massive. Don't eat for a week before you arrive.

The perfect get-away

5 on August 23, 2015

Venture off your busy highway to a secluded valley, journey down a long gravel driveway, and breath in the quiet seclusion of refreshing B&B that wraps you in 19th century charm with modern comfort and convenience. Additionally, Ed and Kat make you feel as if you are at home in their presence. And they cook up a breakfast that makes you wish you had a much larger stomach!

A piece of West Virginia heaven

5 on July 06, 2015

My husband and I were pampered from the minute we set foot on the grounds of this gorgeous property. Ed and Kat welcomed us most warmly, and set about to make our 2-night's stay a most memorable experience. The stunning landscape is restful and serene, the gorgeous home is welcoming and comfortable, and our room was bright, airy and beautifully decorated. But the crown jewels were the four-course breakfasts that Ed prepared with creativity, elegance and so much flavor! As well, Kat's exquisite art pieces decorate the walls with rich country charm. This is by far one of the best B&B's that we visited in our many travels.

Wondeful Secluded Spot

5 on November 23, 2014

Kat and Ed are interesting, charming, and wonderful, hosts. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and look forward to visiting again. We really liked hearing about the history of the farm and the area. Can't say enough good things about Kat and Ed. Jennifer & Dave

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Location Type

farm, Countryside, Mountains, Village


Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 50 miles

Directions to property:

From Martinsburg, WV, Rt.9 W through Hedgesville. Turn left onto Back Creek Valley Rd. Go 8 miles. Look for Willow Run Farms sign on left at Fourth Bridge Rd. From Charles Town/Harpers Ferry, WV. Take Rt.51W to Inwood. Stay on 51 across Rt. 81 to stop sign on top of North Mountain. Go straight onto Buck Hill Road. Follow road across bridge at bottom to Shanghai, WV. Turn right onto Back Creek Valley Rd. Go 2.5 miles to Fourth Bridge Road on right.

Area Attractions

Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Civil War sites/battlefields, Spas, Horse racing, Historic homes, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River

Inn Details

On-site amenities

Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , ensuite vanities, hiking trails, picnic area

Room amenities

Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Radio

On-site activities

Bird watching, Swimming pool

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  • Check In:: 3:00-8:00 pm
  • Check Out:: 11:00 am
  • Open All Year Round: Yes
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Drinking Allowed: Outside only
  • Alcohol Provided No
  • Suitable For Children: No
  • Childcare Provided: No
  • Guest Pets Allowed: No
  • Disabled Access No

Terms and Conditions

  • Accepted payments VISA, Mastercard, Personal checks, Cash
  • Deposit Amount Required: 50%
  • Cancellations: 48 hour/7 days for Holiday or 3 day weekends



Ed & Kat Cimaglio

Languages spoken


Resident Pets

outside farm animals

About the innkeepers

Long time WV residents, Kat is a retired judge and professional artist and Ed is the hard working farm manager. We enjoy the outdoors and farm chores and running Cider Mill House.

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  • Time Served: 8:00-10:00
  • Serving Location: Veranda/porch in fair weather, Dining Room

Special meal options

Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian