Set in the Allegheny Mountains, Lewisburg is the 232-year-old town with many 18th and 19th Century buildings, where the steeple clock still works and the church bells ring on Sunday mornings. Old structures have been converted into something new with a brand-new purpose while antebellum homes are still being occupied by the same families for generations.
In Lewisburg, you can find the city center ranked “America’s 25 Cutest Main Streets in Smaller Towns” as well as “Best Small Towns to Retire”. Here, you can ease into vacation mode at The Historic General Lewis Inn, where you’ll find main residence of this beautifully appointed and preserved hotel dating back to the 1800’s. The Hotel Escape was built by travelers for travelers. Your personalized code accesses the hotel and you’re room, filled with kitchenettes, spacious showers, and lounge areas ensuring just the right amount of privacy and creature comforts.
After getting settled into your hotel, Lewisburg offers a wide variety to dine locally. The town’s quirky coffee shop, The Wild Bean, serves coffee, espresso, vegetarian fare and baked goods for breakfast and lunch. Steaks, seafood, pasta, and divine blue crab dip served with garlic bruschetta takes center stage at Food & Friends, one of downtowns most enduring restaurants. Not interested in those options? Briergarten is a classic beer garden, but with a twist. It showcases a generous selection of West Virginia and European brews, as well as wines and cocktails.
After grabbing a bite to eat, outside of Lewisburg offers many places that you and your family can enjoy. The options for you-pick farms are endless. Sunset Berry Farms specializes in West Virginias sweetest strawberries, with a festival in their honor every Memorial Day weekend. At White Oak Blueberry Farms, there’s rows of tiny purple orbs, making it impossible to stop with just one bucket! During the Fall, Lewisburg Lanterns and The Hanna Farmstead embrace the season with pumpkin patches, corn mazes, wagon rides, and other farm fun.
When you’re done visiting Lewisburg, make sure to travel out of Greenbrier Valley Airport.
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