Tuesday, July 1, 2014

1 Route 250, Bartown, WV 24920

So...this might be the absolute 100% perfect spot for one of my concepts...Every one of the 48 rooms would need serious updating...

1 Route 250, Bartown, WV 24920
17,000 sqft

The former Hermitage Motel & Restaurant in Bartow, WV located in the heart of Monongaahela Nation Forest.
Don't miss this opportunity to bring to life a Classic Roadside Motel at a bargain price. Property is located at the Junction of Routes 250, 92 & 28 in Bartow, WV.

-48 Room Motel facility furnished with 14,237 SF
-Full Service Restaurant facility 2668 SF with 80 person capacity
-Owner/Manager Living Quarters
-In House Laundry Facilities
-Lots of parking and green space
-6.9 acres +-
3 Bedroom 1.5 bath House on property with large garage/workshop space
-Property sits on the banks of the East Fork of the Greenbrier River
-All FF&E conveys

Guest Rooms at The Hermitage

The Hermitage has 48 spacious motel rooms located on the East Fork of the Greenbrier River. Select from rooms with one or two full-size beds or a queen bed.  We pride ourselves in clean, comfortable rooms and courteous service.
Cook out, stroll along the riverbank or just relax and view a beautiful sunset by our outdoor fountain in the Hermitage Park. Volleyball, Soccer and a playground are on-site. A limited number of smoking rooms are available. All rooms have air conditioning, cable television, coffeemakers, blow dryers and telephones. Wireless Internet Access is available in most of our rooms at no charge.
If you prefer privacy or want to plan a family reunion, our two cottages are available from April through November. The Ranger Cottage has four, full-sized beds in two adjoining units that sleep up to eight guests. The more spacious Bledsoe Cottage has three full-sized beds in three bedrooms and a sleeper sofa that sleeps up to eight guests. Both of the cottages include a fully equipped kitchen and can be rented for a weekend or by the week. Discount for weekly rentals. There is no telephone service in the cottages.

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