Main House

Main House Amenities

It has six rooms to choose from. All rooms have private bathrooms, cable tv with vcr, wireless internet access, DSL hook up, access to hot tub and all room rates include a continental breakfast. The dining room also has a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker and toaster for guests to use. Rooms 1, 5 & 6 have phones. Calling cards are required.

  • Room 1 – one queen bed
  • Room 2 – two double beds
  • Room 3 – one queen
  • Room 4 – one queen bed
  • Room 5 – one queen bed
  • Room 6 – one queen bed

History of the Main House

Aaron Moore acquired the farm on the fourth of December 1865, during the period of the Civil war.

The Main House was built in 1900 by John William Moore, he was one of four brothers in a family of seven children who were descendants of the great pioneer, Morse Moore, who settled in Pocahontas County around 1760. The Moses Moore Marker is located near the birth place on Route 92.

In 1991, the original house was remodeled by the great nephew of John, Thomas Moses Moore Jr., owner/operator of the Jerico Bed and Breakfast.


“Whenever I have to work in the Marlinton area I look forward to staying with Lindie and Tom at Jerico. The large, quiet, peaceful, beautiful grounds, the large antique-filled beautiful old house, the historic and the new log cabins, and the large delicious breakfast that fills you all day makes Jerico the place to stay. In “the big house” they have a refrigerator, kitchen, hot tub, etc. for guests to use if they choose. The self-service cabins have whatever you need. Lindie and Tom are eager to please their guests and quickly become good friends. They learn what you like and need. They accommodate the business and the leisure traveller alike: they know what you need. You will not be disappointed at Jerico!”

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