5 on April 21, 2015
Lovely step back in time. Beautifully restored home. Friendly, charming hosts, great food, would recommend. We wanted to see the nearby Greenbrier and this was a very affordable alternative to staying at the hotel.
5 on April 21, 2015
Really felt like home. Very clean. Great breakfast both days. Monica was just the best! I highly recommend! Thanks so much!
5 on November 09, 2014
From the time we arrived and were welcomed by Carl to the time we left, we loved every minute. The cabin is cozy and quaint and Monica made a delicious breakfast every day. Great place, great food, great company. It is plenty close to the Greenbrier and also to WVSOM. We will definitely be back!
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!
5 on August 11, 2010
The James Wylie House is riding the wave of change in WSS. This is a wonderfully maintained and comfortable B&B in a small town that is seeing a revival. Fantastic place.
5 on August 03, 2010
This was a most pleasant experience and we are not normally bed and breakfast users. The Owner was incredible and the ambiance of the Inn was superb. The breakfast was lovely on the charming outside porch. We are planning to return. Why stay at the Greenbriar when you can enjoy the peace and quiet on Monica's lovely porch! The rooms are nice and well decorated. Enjoy, we did!
5 on July 23, 2010
Our stay at the James Wylie House could not have been better. Monica was a wonderful hostess, accommodating our last minute stay!
4.0 on November 17, 2009
My 3 sisters and I went for a weekend and we were thrilled with the accomodations. We stayed in the darling cabin and everything was perfect. Breakfast was served in the house. The table was set with beautiful china and glassware. Food from heaven was served to soft music in the background. You will love this place.
4.6 on June 29, 2008
My family of 5 enjoyed our weekend stay in the awesome historic cabin. Monica was very warm and attentive. I was sick, and spent my entire weekend in the cabin, which I found very comfortable and I was grateful for such a nice place to get better. The gardens are beautiful as is the main house. I highly recommend this lovely B&B if you find yourself in the area or if you're looking for a quiet weekend destination!
4.6 on March 22, 2008
Monica took good care of us, two couples in the double suite on the third floor. We took the train and had a mile walk from the station. We were picked up by local people and delivered to the B&B. We had packed simple fare for a light supper before bed and set it up in the hall way between our two rooms. Perfect set up for us and we did it the second night too. Breakfast each morning was a culinary delight. Monica is a great cook and charming hostess. She had recommended that we rent a car, so we arranged with Enterprise to bring us a car. Instead they sent a driver to take us to the airport in Lewisburg to get our car. We had comfortable rooms and a very nice three-day visit. Monica shared her breakfast casserole recipe and even printed out one of her knitting patterns for us. Don't miss it if you are in the White Sulphur Springs area.