Timberline lodging options
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fosphenytoin - DCSki Supporter
September 17, 2020
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Planning to visit T'line coming season.  Anyone has recommendation on lodging / accomodation options?  Likely it will be me and my ski friend, hotels will do.  

(Last time I visited T'line was the Epic Gathering and the group rented a house.)

JimK - DCSki Columnist
September 18, 2020 (edited September 18, 2020)
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The Canaan Valley State Park Lodge works very well.

fosphenytoin - DCSki Supporter
September 18, 2020
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Thank you Jim.  I thought about Canaan but when I searched on Hotels.com for Davis, WV, nothing came up. Closest ones are in Elkins, Petersburg from the website.  Canaan website is not up and running yet.  When T'line was opened, if not staying at slopeside houses, was Canaan Valley Lodge the only option?  It'd be too long of a drive to make a same day trip, I'd prefer to stay overnight somewhere.  

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
September 18, 2020
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I stayed at CV Lodge several years ago in order to ski Snowshoe and Timberline when starting from Massanutten in early Jan.  It was shortly after the complete renovation.  Quite nice for the price.  As I remember the diningroom was still open relatively late.  Food was good.

It had started snowing as we were driving from Snowshoe in the late afternoon.  Keep snowing overnight.  Since I had my old 2WD minivan I made sure to park so that I could start by driving down a slope in the morning.  We got powder turns at Tline. :-)

I'm hoping to make it back to Davis to check out the new Tline lifts and use Indy at CV.

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kwillg6
September 18, 2020
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Timberline has a small version of a hotel comprised of about 20 rooms.  Contact them asap to get a reservation.  They may not be set up to do that yet but worth the chance.  Their small hotel will be about 50 steps to the lifts. 

 

fosphenytoin - DCSki Supporter
September 18, 2020
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kwillg6 wrote:

Timberline has a small version of a hotel comprised of about 20 rooms.  Contact them asap to get a reservation.  They may not be set up to do that yet but worth the chance.  Their small hotel will be about 50 steps to the lifts. 

 

Thank you!  That's good advice.  I will shoot them an email and also call to find out. 

fosphenytoin - DCSki Supporter
September 19, 2020
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I emailed T'line (email from website: info@timberlinemountain.com) last night and already got an email reply before 8 am today.  Guess it saved me a phone call today.  

Thanks so much for reaching out to us in regards to our hotel.  We do have a hotel that is right by our quad lift with 20 rooms.  We are currently still fixing up the hotel and not quite ready for reservations, but we are hoping to start taking reservations by late November.  I will send you an email as soon as we begin booking rooms.  

If you have any other questions, please let us know.  Have a great weekend!

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
September 19, 2020
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fosphenytoin wrote:

I emailed T'line (email from website: info@timberlinemountain.com) last night and already got an email reply before 8 am today.  Guess it saved me a phone call today.  

Thanks so much for reaching out to us in regards to our hotel.  We do have a hotel that is right by our quad lift with 20 rooms.  We are currently still fixing up the hotel and not quite ready for reservations, but we are hoping to start taking reservations by late November.  I will send you an email as soon as we begin booking rooms.  

If you have any other questions, please let us know.  Have a great weekend!

Good to know!

fosphenytoin - DCSki Supporter
28 days ago
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Received an email from T'line today.  Slope side lodging is available for reservation. Details below (copy paste from email):

Winter is right around the corner and the Timberline Mountain Hotel is now accepting online reservations!

With rooms that sleep 4-8 people, located steps away from the lifts, the Timberline Mountain Hotel is the most convenient ski-in, ski-out property at Timberline Mountain!

 

Book now for stays beginning 9/23 at timberlinemountain.com/reservations.


Hotel@TimberlineMountain.com

Timberline Mountain 

254 Four Seasons Dr.

Davis WV, 26260

304-403-2074

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
28 days ago
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It looks like a 2-night stay is required for the Timberline Lodge, even midweek.  Starts at about $170 per night.

CV Lodge allows a 1-night stay.  Starts at $139 per night.

crgildart
28 days ago
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marzNC wrote:

It looks like a 2-night stay is required for the Timberline Lodge, even midweek.  Starts at about $170 per night.

CV Lodge allows a 1-night stay.  Starts at $139 per night.

 If CV would be running running a shuttle to and from the base at TL that would be excellent.  But CV probably wants to try to keep everyone at CV for the skiing as much as possible. 

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
27 days ago
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crgildart wrote:

marzNC wrote:

It looks like a 2-night stay is required for the Timberline Lodge, even midweek.  Starts at about $170 per night.

CV Lodge allows a 1-night stay.  Starts at $139 per night.

 If CV would be running running a shuttle to and from the base at TL that would be excellent.  But CV probably wants to try to keep everyone at CV for the skiing as much as possible. 

 Since TL is adding parking, I don't see it as much of an issue for a midweek stay.  Of course very different on weekends.

Did you go to TL last season?  Very different than before.  I went back a second time as a day trip from Massanutten because I had so much fun the first time.  Got to use a $15 credit for skiing midweek, plus the $10 credit left from leaving at lunch time the first time.  That paid for my lunch.

mounthoya
27 days ago (edited 27 days ago)
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If you’re interested in a house slopeside, Best of Canaan has some options. I know interest is picking up lately, so you may want to book quickly.  We just listed a large house with them Slopeside at Salamander trail.  Sleeps 16 — Grand Ole Apres.   

johnfmh - DCSki Columnist
15 days ago
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Canaan Village Inn (formally the Village Inn Motel) has done a lot of building and renovations of late. Might be worth checking out.

If you don’t mind the drive, the Billy Motel and Bright Morning Inn in Davis are worth considering.

Prices for condo and house rentals on the mountain have gone up considerably so these off mountain options might be easier on the wallet.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
14 days ago
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johnfmh wrote:

Canaan Village Inn (formally the Village Inn Motel) has done a lot of building and renovations of late. Might be worth checking out.

If you don’t mind the drive, the Billy Motel and Bright Morning Inn in Davis are worth considering.

Prices for condo and house rentals on the mountain have gone up considerably so these off mountain options might be easier on the wallet.

Thanks for the recommendations.

Prices seem to be high in general for lodging close by Timberline and CV.  For the CV Inn, the rates are $175, $200, $235 in January 2022 for 2Q or K depending on midweek, weekend, or holiday nights.  A good sign for the local economy though.

ksampson3
14 days ago
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On a rental related note, I got an email yesterday stating that Landis Realty is no longer in business. I had rented a house through them for Xmas. The email said that Best of Canaan would now be handling rentals. Anyone have any idea what's up with that? 
Rickh
13 days ago
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Kim Landis got out of the rental business, staffing issues. Call Donna Patrick at Best of Canaan, they have taken over a large percentage of the Landis rentals.
wgo
12 days ago
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Just booked a couple days at Canaan Valley Resort Lodge (Dec 18 - 20th). Hoping that the snowmaking upgrades are complete and that the weather cooperates!
yellowsnow
7 days ago
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mounthoya wrote:

If you’re interested in a house slopeside, Best of Canaan has some options. I know interest is picking up lately, so you may want to book quickly.  We just listed a large house with them Slopeside at Salamander trail.  Sleeps 16 — Grand Ole Apres.   

Not likely to get single night stays at Best of Canaan, especially "slopeside".

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