Sleepy Creek Mountain Inn bed and breakfast is a romantic getaway for couples nestled in the hills outside of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. It was built as a log frontier home by a settler and his family in the early 1800’s. An addition to the home was completed in approximately 1809 to accomodate the growing frontier family. Robert and Elta Winstead purchased the home in 1960 and in 1975 the final addition was completed. This two-story addition included modern bathroom facilities and central heat. In 2001, Robert and Elta’s son Dale did a complete restoration and the home was converted to an inn.
The inn takes guests back to a simpler time before the Civil War. Settlers were self-sufficient, farmed the land, and raised cattle. The simplicity of rural West Virginia is reflected in the modest beginnings of this farming community. The inn is completely furnished with period antiques and reproductions. Every effort has been made to keep the simplicity of the home, allowing guests to get lost in the warm atmosphere of the inn and the surrounding countryside.
The rolling hills, streams, and wildlife on this 120-acre farm provide relaxation. While here, soak up the surrounding beauty of Sleepy Creek Mountain and observe wildlife at play in their natural habitat.The inn provides warm surroundings where guests can settle back and let their imagination take them away. It will be a warm, inviting experience guests will want to experience again and again.