April 27, 2018
Quality Inn New River Gorge
Our friends at Quality Inn New River Gorge provide lodging at the perfect location between ACE, the Gauley, and Summersville Lake, within walking distance of historic downtown Fayetteville. It’s long been a favorite of Route 60 scenic travelers. If you’re looking for lodging on the edge of wilderness, but don’t want to rent an entire cabin in the area, this is where you want to be.
Get Away, Get Together
After check-in, make your way to the outdoor pool, and unwind from your drive. The friends, the family can enjoy tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, all lighted in the evenings so you can keep the game going after dinner. You can grab a comfortable booth at Elliott’s Whitewater Bar & Grill for a sit-down dinner and full bar. Regularly featured entertainment, plus open mic nights frequented by a myriad of local talent, keep the bar hopping on weekends.
Explore the Gorge
If you’re spending the day at Wonderland Waterpark, and looking for lodging in Fayetteville, Quality Inn is a perfect spot to stop before finishing your excursion in the Gorge. Since you’re already staying right off Rt. 119, it’s a short drive up the road to historic Babcock State Park and grist mill. Take a tour, view a demonstration, and even purchase cornmeal ground the old fashioned way at the mill. Quality Inn New River Gorge is also located close to one of our favorite hiking trails, Long Point Trail. The trail ends with one of the best views of the New River Bridge, and you’ll want to bring your camera to capture the panoramic landscape around Long Point.
Plan Your Stay
Never lacking in amenities, the Inn has everything you need for doing business on the road. High speed internet, in-room safes, fax machine/copier, and meeting and banquet facilities help you keep working while enjoying the wilderness playground of the New River Gorge. A complete breakfast included with you stay will keep you fueled for activity all day, whether you’re sampling micro-brews around town, or adventuring with ACE in the outdoors. This is also a great place to stay on Bridge Day, but rooms book fast, so be sure to call in advance!