A Greenbrier Valley Resort and Spa

 

Come experience the beauty of early spring in the Allegheny Mountains.  Wild flowers are beginning to poke their heads out of the soil and spring creeks are running high. It's still cool enough to enjoy a wood fire and a hot tub in the evenings, but afternoons are often lovely and warm--- great for walking and hiking.  Our cottages are open for rental as of the beginning of April.

Don't miss this transition from the quiet of winter to the reawakening of spring.  Come rejuvenate yourself with some fresh country air, beautiful spring vistas and a revitalizing spa treatment!

 

Creekside Resort in West Virginia offers its guests two hundred acres of natural beauty and peace - an oasis of tranquility waiting for you. For centuries, visitors have traveled to this region of the Virginias to enjoy the regenerative qualities of our fresh mountain air and pure mineral springs. Find a renewed you emerging as you walk along the banks of Indian Creek, hike into the hills, or relax with a therapeutic massage.

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Creekside is a wonderful place for a romantic getaway, quiet retreat or reunion of family and friends.

We are a small family-owned and operated resort and hope you will feel the genuine personal interest we take in the comfort and welfare of all our guests. The natural beauty of Monroe County and the wholesome authenticity of the country life of its residents were what attracted our family to this area thirty-five years ago. In all that we do at Creekside Resort our family strives to be responsible stewards of this natural bounty and continue the tradition of warm country hospitality.

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 196 Creekside Drive
Greenville, West Virginia 24945
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