When you’re planning a vacation to ski one of the four major ski areas of West Virginia, you naturally have to worry about where you’re going to sleep. The right West Virginia ski lodging is capable of pushing a ski-cation over from good to awesome. Staying onsite is one great option with major resorts, especially with a large crowd. Sharing a condominium with six or seven friends can make the stories more epic and keep costs low all-around. However, if it’s just you and a friend, looking at offsite lodging may provide a more personalized stay for your trip.

West Virginia Ski Lodging

With this in mind, here’s a list of the major resorts along with options for where you can find West Virginia ski lodging at each one.


Timberline Four Seasons has its premiere property ready for you to stay. The onsite property is slope-side and has ski-in/ski-out access. The beautifully appointed rooms are available from $79 to $179 per night, depending on the time of week and year. Holidays and weekends are a little more expensive, of course. Other onsite West Virginia ski lodging is available for larger parties. Condominiums and full homes are available to rent for parties that have over 18 people. For larger community groups or businesses, Timberline Group Lodging operates from Sitzmark Village, which offers packages that include meals, rentals, and lift tickets. Offsite lodging is available along SR-32, about five minutes’ drive to the west. The Canaan Village Inn offers standard motel rooms for only $60 per night. The nearby town of Davis offers a couple of other options. The Meyer House Bed and Breakfast offers cozy rooms and a hearty breakfast for $90 to $150 per night. The Cooper House offers a twist on a B&B, offering a Bed & Cocktail instead, with four rooms available for about $100 per night.

Canaan Valley

The Canaan Valley Ski Resort is only ten minutes’ drive from Timberline on the other side of State Route 32. The onsite options include a room at the lodge or one of the nearby cabins or cottages. The lodge has 160 new rooms and suites that include the amenities that you would expect from a mid-range resort. The suites are well-appointed with private balconies and gas fireplaces with separate living and sleeping areas. For larger parties, 23 cabins and cottages are available that can sleep up to 12. These come with full kitchens, wood burning fireplaces and open porches. These private hideaways are only minutes from the slopes. Off-site lodging is the same as for Timberline, so again, if you want to stay off-site, make sure to plan and make your reservations early.


Snowshoe Resort has several onsite options for your West Virginia ski lodging. The Village at Snowshoe is an entire lodging paradise with the Allegheny Springs Hotel at its center. This luxury hotel offers one, two, or three bedroom units as well as standard and studios. Close to the Allegheny Springs is the Rimfire Lodge, which offers modernly, appointed rooms with access to the Ballhooter lift. If you plan on skiing the Western Territory, consider staying at the Corduroy Inn, which is just across the street. This property offers ski-in/ski-out access and is at the top of the Powder Monkey chairlift. Other options include Creekside Townhouses, and Camp Four Townhomes, which offers shuttle service to Powderridge Lift. If you’re looking for offsite housing, choices are limited due to Snowshoe’s location deep in the Seneca State Forest. South along SR-219 is the Morning Glory Inn, a quaint B&B that offers rooms for $109 to $169 per night during ski season. North of Snowshoe is the Brazenhead Inn, a traditional Irish inn that offers cozy rooms for $99 to $119 during ski season. The Brazenhead also features a full restaurant, Babsheen’s Bite, which offers large portions of traditional Irish and American dishes.


Onsite lodging at Winterplace is at The Cabins at Winterplace. Six individual cabins are located slopeside with ski in/out access. The front decks actually are only yards away from a beginner rated trail. Prices range from $280 per weekday for a cabin that sleeps six, to $555 for a cabin that sleeps 14. There are several options for off-site lodging. A Comfort Inn is located 15 minutes away on I-77, as well as a Sleep Inn and Suites, as well as a Microtel Inns. For more secluded West Virginia ski lodging, there are one, two, and three-bedroom cabins located 12 miles away at the Cabins at Pinehaven. Each cabin has a private deck, a fireplace, in-unit laundry, and full kitchens. Early season rentals run from $129 per weeknight for a one-bedroom to $189 for a three-bedroom cabin. During peak season, prices go up to $179 and $269 per weeknight.