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Vacation Rental Price Information in West Virginia
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in West Virginia. Prices reach a peak a week in December. The price per night in a vacation rental in West Virginia this week (12/22 - 12/29) costs on average $249. You can find some of the best deals during a week of October (10/27 - 11/3). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Rental Availability Information in West Virginia
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in West Virginia(in %). The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in June (6/30 - 7/7). On the contrary, only 7% of the rentals are booked during a week in October (10/27 - 11/3).
The Weather in West Virginia
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in West Virginia with average maximum temperatures of 82°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 23°. Bring your umbrella in January, the rainiest month of the year!
Enjoy the rustic charm of West Virginia with cozy cabin rentals
Located in the Appalachian region of the US, West Virginia is renowned for its logging and coal mining industries, as well as its rolling hills and mountains. This state offers outdoor enthusiasts numerous opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, white water rafting, skiing, mountain biking, hunting, backpacking, and fishing.
Vacation rentals in West Virginia come in a variety of styles – cabins, lodges, condos, stone houses, waterfront cottages, apartments, chalets, and even villas. Whether you're traveling with the family or on your own, you can still enjoy staying with a vacation rental as there are a variety of different sizes to choose from.
West Virginia's iconic cuisine
Pepperoni rolls were invented in West Virginia (WV) and were first made as a no-hassle lunch for coal miners. This roll is made by wrapping a soft dough around savory pepperoni. The best place to try one is at Country Club Bakery in Fairmont, where it first originated.
Golden and flaky biscuit fresh from the oven is another food that you must try in West Virginia. Usually, these biscuits are served with apple butter, sausage, maple syrup, red-eye gravy, and local jams. Visit the Tudor’s Biscuit World for a delicious bite of these buttery breakfast biscuits.
Unusual historical attractions in West Virginia
First opened in 1876, West Virginia Penitentiary boasts Gothic architecture and has been the site of prison riots, fires, almost 100 executions, and several escapes. You can take a tour of this prison anytime between April and November. Don't worry, it's perfectly safe - the last inmate left in 1995. Today, this penitentiary has become a popular hotspot for paranormal investigators.
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in West Virginia is regarded as a milestone in the history of treatment for the mentally ill. Designed by Richard Andrews, this is the world’s second largest hand-cut stone building. Tours of this empty asylum give you information about its architecture, treatment, and Civil War history.
Natural landmarks in West Virginia
The native Seneca tribe is believed to have used the Seneca Caverns for shelter in the 1400s. These caverns can be traced back 460 million years, when the limestone bed of this cavern was first formed. Guided tours of the caverns takes you 165 feet below ground, where you can see Teter Hall – the largest chamber of these caverns.
Monongahela National Forest is well-known for its ecosystem, which is one of the most diverse in the US. This forest is home to 75 species of trees, 225 species of birds, and 70 species of fish. If you are interested in multi-pitch climbing, head to the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area within this forest.
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