Our "Bear Hunt" contribution.

A beautiful waterfall along U.S. 119 at Forest Hills.

Lilacs in bloom on Peter Street in Williamson.

Apple Blossoms in bloom at Ramella Park in East Williamson.

Tug Valley Inn

Your home away from home in the Tug Valley

Our new rescue puppy, Kwan, having his first taste of ice cream.

Our beautiful flag flying over the U.S.

Post Office in downtown Williamson.

A purple covered hillside along U.S. 52 in East Williamson.

Faith over fear ... an update

We have been welcoming guests back to our community for just about two months now, and boy, is it nice to be getting back to normal!!!

We are still dealing with COVID-19, and despite that fact, Gov. Jim Justice has allowed the Hatfield-McCoy Trails System and our lodging facilities to remain open. Let me assure you that we are taking every precaution here at the inn to ensure the safety of our guests and our staff.

Due to COVID-19, we are doing everything as contact-free as possible. We are processing credit card transactions virtually and prefer to take credit cards as payment. If you plan to pay with cash, we ask that you please notify us in advance so that we can make preparations for the exchange. We are providing a modified continental breakfast and all plates, cups, and utensils are disposable. Please be prepared to provide us with your e-mail address when making your reservations so that we can send you the latest state and local health department mandates.

While we appreciate booking sites such as Air B&B, booking.com, hotels.com, etc., during this time we would prefer that you book our stay with us either here, using our own online service or by calling us at 304-236-5903. It is easier to communicate without the middle man.

If you have never been to our area and wonder what there is to do here, I am including a link to our "Tug Valley Today" podcast episode which features Tug Valley Area CVB Director Wes Wilson and I counting down the top 10 hidden recreational gems in our area:


Please stay safe. We'll see you soon.

                                      -Leigh Ann

First United Methodist Church's steeple against the spring skyline.

Celebrating the hope that is Easter.

Homemade strawberry jam waiting to be devoured.

Green lights in honor of those battling COVID-19.