Lewis Cabin

Lewis Cabin Amenities

  • Queen Bed downstairs in private bedroom
  • Two Double Bed upstairs in private bedroom
  • Futon upstairs in loft
  • Small single bed under stair case for a child
  • Private out door hot tub
  • Full Kitchen
  • Electric Stove
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Coffee Maker
  • Toaster
  • Dishwasher
  • Private Bathroom with Large two seat shower
  • Apartment size washer and dryer
  • Cable TV with DVD player
  • Wood Fireplace and Electric Heat
  • Propane Grill
  • Out door fire pit & Picnic Table
  • Basket Ball Hoop & Horse Shoe Toss
  • All linens, Towels, & Kitchen Utensils supplied
  • Beach Towels for the hot tub are suggested

History of Andrew Lewis

  • The Andrew Lewis Cabin was named after General Andrew Lewis
  • Born October 9, 1720 – Died September 26, 1781

image3 Lewis Cabin West Virginia CabinsAndrew Lewis attained prominence as a frontier soldier during Dunmore’s War when on October 10, 1774 his troops defeated Indians led by Shawnee Chief Cornstalk at Point Pleasant in present-day West Virginia. As a brigadier general in the Revolutionary army, his troops drove Lord Dunmore from Virginia in July 1776, but he resigned his commission in 1777. Lewis also served in the House of Burgesses, participated in the Virginia’s Revolutionary Conventions, and served on the Virginia,s Executive Council from 1780 until his death.

Testimonials

“During our Road Trip in May 2012, The North Cross Bluegrass Band, played at the Marlinton Opera House. At this time we had the pleasure of staying at the Jerico B&B Loring River Cabin. So beautiful!!!! The accommodations were top notch and so was the hospitality of Tom & Lindie Moore. We would definitely recommend this stay to anyone! Hope that we can make this stop again in the future!”

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