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Enjoy your piece...and peace....of Almost Heaven West Virginia at Mountain Brook Lodge and the Hatfield McCoy trails!
“Can’t thank you enough for the hospitality! Can't wait to come back and ride four wheelers!”
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Nestled in the majestic foothills of the rugged Appalachian Mountains near the tiny mountain hamlet of Delbarton West Virginia, Mountain Brook Lodge vacation rentals gives you easy access to everything the region has to offer; hiking, biking, lakes, streams and rivers, and the world famous Hatfield McCoy Trails, with hundreds of miles of the best ATV, UTV, Jeep and dirt bike trails in North America including direct ride in access to the Buffalo Mountain Trail Head and nearby access to the world famous Bear Wallow trail. Trail permits are available on site at Mountain Brook Lodge West Virginia vacation rental, the nearest Buffalo Mountain Trail lodging.
Although your outdoor surroundings along the West Virginia/Kentucky border are rustic, you’ll relax in comfort at Mountain Brook, which is the nearest lodging (Buffalo Mountain Trail) to the Hatfield McCoy trails. After a fun-filled day enjoying the WV ATV trails and the great outdoors, Mountain Brook is fully furnished and tastefully decorated, designed for your comfort and relaxation. Enjoy our extra comfy beds, warm welcoming furnishings throughout, a full kitchen with everything you need, two outdoor decks with direct mountain views and lots more! A full listing of Mountain Brook amenities is available here.
“This is a first for me…never having to lock the door! The last couple of days at Mountain Brook Lodge vacation rental has been truly incredible and amazing!”
Kharon and Dani, Brooklyn NY (Even big city folks enjoy riding their four wheelers on the Hatfield McCoy trails and the world famous Bear Wallow trail and Buffalo trail!)
“Your hospitality at Mountain Brook Lodge has been overwhelming and this West Virginia vacation rental has really been refreshing and relaxing; it’s beautiful here!” Tiina Vitikainen,Finland (our first ever visitors from Finland to ride their four wheelers on the Bear Wallow trail, Buffalo trail and Hatfield McCoy Trails system)