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Top-rated vacation rentals in Snowshoe

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Condo in Dunmore
The Bunny Luxe
Stay in an upscale iconic Snowshoe property offering the best resort directly in Village Central and steps from Ballhooter Lift, this is mountaintop convenience and luxury at its finest. All new completely renovated Brigham penthouse with maple cabinetry and rich granite. Large tiled walk-in shower, new lighting, modern furniture, 55'' smart TV, lux vinyl plank flooring and Snowshoe themed art. Relax and enjoy our concierge service, ski storage, heated outdoor pool, sauna, and fitness center.
$292 per night
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Condo in Dunmore
Slope Side Condo Retreat in Village Central
Enjoy easy access to the slopes -just steps from the Ballhooter Lift- from this perfectly located home base in the village's most luxurious property - Allegheny Springs. Unwind by the fireplace, take a dip in the heated pool/hot tub, sip drinks on the village view patio deck, or cook a romantic dinner in the full kitchen. Rather be cooked for? Then head outside & browse through the shops on your way to one of the village restaurants. At days end, curl up in a warm snuggly bed & watch a show.
$150 per night
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Condo in Dunmore
Snowshoe Mountain Lodge 1br: Views&Private Parking
Newly renovated 1bd 1bth condo located on the top floor of the classic Mountain Lodge with sweeping views of the mountains, as well as one of few units to offer a private washer and dryer. Private bedroom, fully stocked kitchen, dining space and a comfortable living room. Brand new hardwood floors, flatscreen smart TVs and new paint, as well as updated light fixtures, ceiling fans and furniture. Spacious balcony coming soon! Sleeps 4, perfect for couples and small groups!
$129 per night
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Stay near Snowshoe's top sights

Photo of Cheat Mountain Pizza
Cheat Mountain Pizza13 locals recommend
Photo of Foxfire Grille
Foxfire Grille23 locals recommend
Photo of The Junction
The Junction12 locals recommend
Photo of Appalachia Kitchen
Appalachia Kitchen16 locals recommend
Photo of Tuque's Bar and Grill
Tuque's Bar and Grill6 locals recommend
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Sunset Cantina6 locals recommend

Snowshoe house rentals

Home in Dunmore
Goody Two Shoe Ski Resort Getaway
$296 per night
Home in Snowshoe
Mountain Crest 35! The Tree House @Snowshoe! Superb And Comfy Sleeps 6
$259 per night
Home in Dunmore
Treetop 15 Sleeps 9 2BR/2BA
$380 per night
Home in Snowshoe
1 Br Studio: Expedition Station 206: Village Central. Ski in/Ski out. Slope Views
$297 per night
Home in Marlinton
NEW! Modern Marlinton Home w/ Hot Tub & Mtn Views!
$135 per night
Home in Dunmore
Lit'l Country Comfort
$75 per night
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Home in Snowshoe
Pet Friendly Ski In / Ski Out.  Gas Fireplace. Camp Four 23
$407 per night
Home in Snowshoe
Cupp's Cabin 6 BR - NWR - Easy Walk to Slope
$917 per night
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Private room in Dunmore
Iron Shoe - rustic king-size bedroom near Snowshoe
$75 per night
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Home in Dunmore
SNOWSHOE CABIN INTHE CLOUDS ACCESS WESTERN SLOPES
$298 per night
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Home in Slaty Fork
Snowshoe WV “Mountain Retreat’
$451 per night
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Home in Snowshoe
Make Mountain Memories at Blue Heaven
$459 per night
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Snowshoe condo rentals

Condo in Snowshoe
ML132 Quaint Rustic Mountain views Wi-Fi EZ park
$187 per night
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Exp-Station226 Slope side view-Ski-in/Out-SnowShoe
$129 per night
Condo in Snowshoe
Excellent Rates, Renovated, Ski-in/out, New Owner
$172 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
Feb Available @ Snowshoe WV, Sleeps 6
$107 per night
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ML338 1BR/1BA New Deck! Close to Village & Lift
$167 per night
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ML358 Calm & Comfortable! Quick access to slopes!
$159 per night
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Rimfire 1 Br, steps to the village and the slopes
$247 per night
Condo in Snowshoe
1BR/BA, Ski In/Out, Slope-view, New King bed, WiFi
$161 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
Camp 4: Ski in/Ski Out/Clean, updated and private!
$88 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
58 Powderidge, Snowshoe, WV
$331 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
Cozy Studio Condo at Silver Creek
$155 per night
Condo in Dunmore
Center Village Condo (ski in/out)
$142 per night

Ski-in/ski-out vacation rentals in Snowshoe

Condo in Snowshoe
ML106 1BR/1BA Quick Access to Slope 1st Fl WiFi
$164 per night
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Mountain Crest - Unit 2
$206 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
ML 142 – Stylish Ski-In/Out Village 1BR, Slope & Mnt Views, Deck, A/C, Pvt Pkng
$179 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
Ski-In/Out Snowshoe Slopeside Resort Brigham Condo
$184 per night
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SC 2203: Cozy Silver Creek Ski-In/Out Studio, A/C, Pvt Pkng, Pool
$129 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
Completely Renovated Ski In/Ski Out 1 Bedroom Unit
$336 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
ML134 1BR Unique cozy cabin feel Slope View Wi-Fi Ballhooter Side EZ Park
$182 per night
Condo in Snowshoe
24 Mountain Crest, Snowshoe, WV
$249 per night
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Condo in Snowshoe
AS 326 Hot tub|Pool| Fireplace| Ski in/out| Wifi
$284 per night
Condo in Snowshoe
*APRES SKI STUDIO IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE!
$166 per night
Condo in Snowshoe
SC 2209: Appealing Silver Creek Ski-In/Out Studio, A/C, Pvt Pkng, Pool
$162 per night
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Condo in Dunmore
Cozy Allegheny Condo Ski In/out from patio
$258 per night
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Your guide to Snowshoe

Introduction

From the Chesapeake to the power brokers of the Beltway, the Mid-Atlantic Region has many assets, but world-class winter sports are not among them. The mountains of West Virginia may not be Aspen or Mammoth, but they’re the best available substitute. Located 4.5 hours from D.C., Snowshoe Mountain delivers everything you want in a ski getaway: 61 trails and a 1,500-foot vertical drop to carve by day, and a cozy village with all the apres-ski amenities, from steaming mugs of fireside cocoa to luxurious spas. If downhill skiing’s not your style, there’s also snowmobiling, tubing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. And in the summer, there’s mountain biking, golf, and canoeing on Shavers Lake. The surrounding Pocahontas County is a treasure trove of natural beauty when it comes to scenic drives and hiking trails — you can even eavesdrop on galaxies far, far away at the Green Bank Observatory.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Snowshoe?

As the name implies, winter in Snowshoe is all about the snow — of which it gets its fair share. Now, we’re not talking Rocky Mountains-level powder dumps, but you can expect a respectable 180 inches of snowfall at the summit over the course of the winter (December to March). Summer is a warm and pleasant time to book one of the area’s vacation rentals, with temperatures in the 70s Fahrenheit, and spring and fall call for jackets and scarves. Rain is always a possibility, so don’t forget an umbrella.


What are the top things to do in Snowshoe?

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park

Twenty minutes east of Snowshoe, the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park is a throwback to the turn of the 20th century, when the railroad first came to town and steam engines carried lumber from Bald Knob, West Virginia’s highest peak. The 11-mile track and its century-old locomotive are still functional, but these days they’re used to ferry tourists, not spruce, through the mountains.

Cranberry Mountain Nature Center and Highland Scenic Highway

From mid-April to mid-October, you can take a cruise along the Highland Scenic Highway and wind up at the 750-acre Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, home to the largest concentration of cranberry bogs in the state and the strange carnivorous plants that grow in them. Visit the Nature Center to learn more about this fascinating ecosystem and arrange a guided tour of the bogs.

Green Bank Observatory

Up here in the mountains of West Virginia, scientists are listening. Using a massive radio telescope the size of two football fields, they try to detect signals so faint that all other frequencies across the vast 13,000-square-mile National Radio Quiet Zone must be silenced in order to hear them. Some nearby residents can’t even use wi-fi or own microwaves. This silence has allowed for the discovery of pulsars, neutron stars, and other space phenomena. Here on earth, visitors can take a self-guided walking tour and explore its network of bike trails.