Stayed here as part of a group of 25. Great weekend!! The Blue Ridge Mountains are by no means the highest nor most awe inspiring but their vistas make you feel like home couldn't be any nicer than this. It's not West Virginia but this part of west Virginia is almost home. (Thanks, John Denver.) We hiked a million miles, or at least a dozen. We cooked outdoors. We ate country cooking at the restaurant. The rooms were very nice but not the Ritz. We rode horses. Some of us found the poison oak. Others found splinters. Still others found blisters.
Very good country cookin'.
A 200-year old horse farm and Bed & Breakfast, Jordan Hollow is a relaxing place to get away from it all, and enjoy the views of the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains. The on-site Farmhouse Restaurant offers a fine dining experience in a rustic, country style setting.
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