Elkhorn Inn & Theater - Eckman, West Virginia, 24829, United States
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Ultimate Railfan Package

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The perfect gift for the train-lover in your life! Photograph the famed "Pocahontas" railroad at the Inn that RR historian/author and Director of the Center for Railroad Tourism at Davis & Elkins College, James D. Porterfield called "the best legal train-watching location in the USA" in Railfan & Railroad Magazine! The $435.00 + tax package includes:

  • Gift Certificate for 2 nights at the Elkhorn Inn (double occ.)
  • Continental Breakfast each morning.
  • Dinner at the Inn for two people on one night. (You may add a second dinner and hot breakfasts, if you wish, as well)
  • A book by James D. Porterfield. ("Dining by Rail" or "From the Dining Car").
  • A hand-crafted West Virginia coal statuette or vintage WV rail spike
  • An Elkhorn Inn & Theatre signature toiletries sampler.
Elkhorn Inn & Theater
30767 Coal Heritage Road, Landgraff
Eckman, West Virginia, 24829, United States
Call: (800) 708-2040 | (304) 862-2031
(304) 862-2031

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Elkhorn Inn & Theatre

Featured on HGTV, CNN Travel, and Bon Appetit Appalachia!, and a 2017 SCORE Business Champion, the historic, 1922 "Coal Heritage Trail" Elkhorn Inn is on US Route 52 ("Coal Heritage Road") in Landgraff, WV, between Eckman & Kimball, just 18 miles (30 minutes) from Bluefield, WV/VA. The Elkhorn Inn provides bed-and-breakfast accommodation in 14 air-conditioned & heated guest rooms, and fine dining by reservation for up to 25 people. The pet and family-friendly Inn offers FREE WiFi, phone calls, satellite TV, & parking, a balcony & covered rail-view patio, fireplace, and a Gift Shop/Gallery and Museum Room. We have world-class railfanning, trout fishing on Elkhorn Creek, and excellent bird-watching right at the Inn, fab "leaf-peeping", & THE best ATV trails in the eastern USA! And it's LEGAL to ride ATVs on the roads here, so you can ride your ATV right from the Inn to the Hatfield-McCoy Trails or hundreds of miles of FREE trails in McDowell County!