When you’re planning a ski trip one of the most important choices is where you will stay. With so many options for Snowshoe, WV lodging it may be difficult to decide where the best place is for you and your family.

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Over the past few years, Snowshoe has turned into my husband and I’s favorite ski mountain in the southeast and we’ve gone many times. We’ve also stayed in a few of the different lodging options and like some more than others.

There are many great places to stay on top of the mountain, but as usual, they are more expensive. The convenience of being able to walk to the slopes can’t be beat though. If you don’t mind driving to the mountain every day then there are a few cheaper options for you.

Here are all the places I would recommend to find lodging at Snowshoe.

Snowshoe Lodging Map

The map is showing stays up to 30 minutes away in Marlinton. If you zoom in on Snowshoe you’ll see the condos and townhomes that I recommend staying in. You can also take a look at the Mountain Top Map.

Related: How to Do Snowshoe on a Budget

Top Airbnbs at Snowshoe

Old Clark Inn

When we first started visiting Snowshoe we stayed at the Old Clark Inn every time. You truly can’t beat the price and the owners are so friendly. The rooms are about the size of a hotel room and very clean.

Brick multi-story building with lots of windows in the snow. One of the best places to stay in Snowshoe.
Old Clark Inn

There is a common area and kitchen that everyone is able to use plus there are muffins and scones for breakfast. The Inn is located in the town of Marlinton and within walking distance of an Italian restaurant and a bar. The drive up to Snowshoe is about 30 minutes one way.

Check availability here.

Elk River Inn & Cabins 

We’ve stayed here once with a group of friends and liked it alright. I did not realize when I booked that we were staying in a large building with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. I would have liked our trip better if we had rented our own cabin so we wouldn’t have shared with other groups.

I will say, the breakfast here is fantastic and the nightly rates are great too. This one is only a 15 – 20 minute drive up to the mountain.

Check availability here.

Mountain Lodge

Full disclosure: my husband and I own and manage Unit 101 through Airbnb. Mountain Lodge just went through an exterior renovation and it looks fantastic now! The inside is still dated as is the interior of our condo, but our price is lower than many other 2 bedrooms in the building.

We are hoping to renovate this coming spring and make it much more modern. There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a joint kitchen and living area.

Multi-colored condo building with grassy field in front. Great option for Snowshoe, WV lodging.
The new Mountain Lodge!

The real draw here is its location. The unit is on the corner of the building closest to the Village and you walk directly out the doors and Ballhooter lift is maybe 30 or so yards away.

Check availability here. If we don’t have the dates you want then check here.

Hotels Near Snowshoe, WV

Corduroy Inn & Lodge

This is a brand new family-owned boutique hotel on top of the mountain. It’s directly across the street from the Western Territory (the advanced terrain) and beside the Powder Monkey chairlift.

The rooms are cozy and there is a large hearth room if you’d like a common area to sit and relax in. There are also three restaurants in the Corduroy Inn – Appalachia Kitchen, Tuque’s Bar & Grill, and The Pizza Slice.

Check availability here.

sunset behind trees with a mountain view
Can’t beat these sunsets.

The Inn at Snowshoe

This is the most economical choice closest to the mountain. Located directly at the base where the main entrance to Snowshoe is, this hotel is on the shuttle route for the mountain. This means you can hop on the shuttle in the morning and it will drop you off right in the middle of the village.

The rooms are nothing special, but that doesn’t matter if you aren’t planning to be in them much. They do offer an indoor pool, jacuzzi, and gym.

Check availability here.

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Lodging in the Village at Snowshoe

Rimfire Lodge

Rimfire is a gorgeous building in the village that looks like it belongs in Europe more than West Virginia. Most units have views of either the village or Western views over the mountains with gorgeous sunsets. Each condo typically has a full kitchen as well.

Multi-colored building with stone accents
Entrance to Rimfire.

Restaurants in the building include Foxfire Grille, Old Spruce Tavern, and Starbucks. There are also hot tubs for Rimfire guests only that have sunset views. Possibly the best part about staying here is the underground heated parking for guests.

Check availability here.

Allegheny Springs

Another building with a European flair, the lobby will really take your breath away. Perks of staying here include how close it is to the Village and they have an outdoor pool and hot tub.

There is also a fitness center and some rooms on the upper floors may have mountain views. You’ll also be very close to Split Rock Pools when you stay here. Cheat Mountain Pizza, which I highly recommend, is located in Allegheny Springs.

Snow covered hill with ski lift on top.
Ballhooter lift!

This building is right on the corner of the Village closest to Ballhooter Lift. It’s really close to everything you might want to walk to.

Check availability here.

Highland House

Highland House is right next to Allegheny Springs and diagonal from Rimfire in the middle of the Village. This building is made up of individually owned condos just like the other two as well. They also have underground parking for guests with a tunnel for access.

Condo building with restaurant below. Great place for Snowshoe, WV lodging.
Highland House with Sunset Cantina at the corner.

One side of Highland House faces the slopes and one side faces the mountains but you’ll need a room on a higher floor to have a good view of either. The Sunset Cantina is on the bottom floor of the building. If you like Mexican food I would be sure to go here during your stay.

Check availability here.

Other Lodging in Snowshoe, WV

Whistlepunk

Each unit in Whistlepunk is a three-level townhome that has either a balcony or patio. It’s a short walk away from the Powder Monkey lift, Western Territory, and the Village. This is one of the cutest places to stay at Snowshoe in my opinion. The units were modeled after a Swiss Alpine Village.

All of the units have a woodburning fireplace and I always see wood stacked outside their doors so it may be provided by the resort. There are also washer and dryers in many of the units which is not the case for many of the resorts.

Check availability here.

The Summit

Located across the street from the Village and down a few flights of stairs you’ll find The Summit. You may wonder why you would want to subject yourself to climbing stairs while in ski boots and the answer is easy: the view.

sunset behind mountains with trees on the edge
Sunsets are too good not to share two!

Every unit here has a fireplace and balcony, but the units on the top floor are where you want to be. They have a fantastic view of the mountains across the valley from Snowshoe. These are larger units so best for groups or families.

Check availability here.

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Powder Monkey

These townhomes are at the top of the lift with the same name and across the street from Western Territory. They are also right next to Corduroy Inn. Many of these multilevel units have a log cabin feel and some have balconies with views of the slopes.

Powder Monkey is a quick walk to the Village but you can catch the shuttle as well. This is a quiet spot a little further out from all the action.

Check availability here.

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