Photo Courtesy of Teddy Paynter

Participants in the 2017 Hillbilly Days event really got into the spirit of things by the looks of these outfits. Hillbilly Days is set for April 19-21 this year.

Tug Valley Inn

Your home away from home in the Tug Valley

Our very own innkeeper Leigh Ann (left) pauses for a selfie with Roselyn Roush of the GFWC-WV Point Pleasant Woman's Club during the 2015 GFWC-WV Southwestern District Spring Workshop held here in Williamson. The SWD ladies will return to our fair city on Saturday, April 14.


Scott Poole is pictured above with his best girl, Layla, overlooking our beautiful valley following a hike to Williamson's Death Rock, a popular destination for area hikers. Come see for yourself why Scott so loved these trails on Saturday, April 7.

We are so excited for Spring here in southern West Virginia and eastern Kentucky! There are lots of activities coming up -- great reasons to come stay with us here at the inn and spend some time exploring our beautiful countryside or learning about our rich history or BOTH.


April is just around the corner and while the Tug Valley Road Runners Club (TVRRC) is busy gearing up with the 19th Annual Hatfield-McCoy Marathon June 9, its members are never too busy to throw in a trail run. Scott's Trail Run, a memorial race for local outdoor enthusiast Scott Poole, will be held on Saturday, April 7, on the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System's Buffalo Mountain Trail. More information about Scott's Trail Run is available at https://www.facebook.com/events/1590414611049827/. We have plenty of rooms available for that weekend and are offering 10 percent off our regular room rate specifically for this event.


On April 14, we will be welcoming the GFWC-WV Southwestern District to town. The ladies of the SWD will be hosted by the GFWC-WV Williamson Woman's Club for the district's annual spring workshop. The workshop serves as an opportunity for these wonderful volunteers to get together and trade ideas about how they can make their communities the best they can be. Welcome back, ladies!!!


Also in April, Pikeville, Kentucky's annual Hillbilly Days celebration will be held the 19th through 21st. Pikeville is only 28 miles south of us here at the inn, so stay with us and don't be bothered by the crowds when its time to rest from all of the activities planned for the weekend.


There's no need to wait until April to come see us, though. We still have nearly two weeks left in March and we are offering a special "Winter, please go away!!!" flash sale. Stay with us between now and April 5 and receive a special $63.99 per room per night rate (plus applicable taxes, discount applied at check-in). Breakfast is still included. Come ride the trails, conduct business, or just hang out while we kiss Ole Man Winter goodbye. 


We think the events mentioned above are great reasons to come visit us, but they're not the only reasons to come to see us. If you are coming to the Tug Valley area to conduct business, we'd love for you to make the inn your home away from home.