Asa Cline House, a West Virginia bed and breakfast, is the centerpiece of its rural community. This inviting country inn is subtly enhanced with modern comforts. Guests enjoy roaming the property, 23 acres of forest, gardens, and ponds, or just relaxing in the country atmosphere.

Each of the spacious rooms is uniquely decorated with many fine pieces from West Virginia artisans, and each room opens to a porch overlooking the grounds. In addition to three guest rooms in the main house, there is also a new, nicely appointed carriage house with cathedral ceilings throughout and a private deck overlooking the pasture and the old mill pond.  At the end of a day of exploring many of the local attractions, you will enjoy our cozy rooms with snug privacy and pure spring water from the tap.

Welcome to our website!

Warm, sunny days remind us that June brings the official start of summer.  Camps in the area have opened and there is much activity along the river which is flowing well after refreshing spring rains.  Farms are making hay and gardens are in place to provide wonderful, locally grown produce.  And, in addition to grass fed Angus beef, just 3 miles down the road, Capon Crossings Farm ( also offers “Blue Grass in the Barn” one Saturday a month.  Check the website for their schedule.

This year marks our 17th year of operation as a bed and breakfast, so yes, we've enjoyed hosting the many people that have found us, and the increasing number that come back for return visits.  Summer nights in the country offer wonderful stargazing opportunities without all the "sky shine" from city lights.  Billions and billions out there await our gaze and help us to just relax and reflect on life's good fortunes.  And as always, the hills beckon you to stroll or hike their paths amidst the trees.

To better serve our guests, we are focusing on weekends.  If your plans include weekdays in conjunction with a weekend stay, please call so we can attempt to accommodate you.

We look forward to welcoming you to our home.

                                                                         John & Merrie Hammond