After a day of sightseeing, hiking, and rock climbing Seneca Rocks, it’s comforting to have a place to return to for relaxation and good company.
At Harman’s, guests will experience the beauty of West Virginia from the comforts of the area’s best luxury log cabins. Thrill-seekers, leisure travelers, families, and all travelers in-between will find something to appreciate in our spacious riverside cabins.
See what makes our cabins the best in lodging near Seneca Rocks, WV:
Luxury Cabin Rentals Near Seneca Rocks, WV
Travelers have the option of 21 luxury log cabins to pick from when they choose to stay at Harman’s Luxury Log Cabins:
1 Bedroom Cabins
Perfect for travelers looking for a more intimate setting, these 1 bedroom cabins fit the bill. Guests can rest easy after a day of exploring Seneca Rocks, thanks to a jacuzzi tub and a private outdoor hot tub at each cabin. All 1 bedroom cabins come with a queen bed, full kitchen, and a rock fireplace for cozy fireside leisure.
2 Bedroom Cabins
Our 2 bedroom cabins are the perfect options for small families or small groups that are looking to enjoy the beauty of Seneca Rocks. Each cabin is equipped with two separate bedrooms, a full kitchen, a rock fireplace, a private outdoor hot tub, and an outdoor deck with views of the North Fork River.
3 Bedroom Cabins
Whether you’re visiting with family or friends, there’s enough room to go around in these 3 bedroom log cabins. After experiencing the magnificent sights at Seneca Rocks, lay back and enjoy the views from your own outdoor deck and private outdoor hot tub. Each cabin features a full kitchen and a spacious loft.
4 Bedroom Cabins
Boasting three levels of luxury and like-home comforts, our 4 bedroom log cabins are the best in lodging near Seneca Rocks, WV. Unique to our 4 bedroom cabins is a basement equipped with a 50-inch flat-screen television and a pool table, perfect for lounging after exploring Seneca Rocks. Each cabin includes a kitchen, spacious loft, outdoor deck, and a private outdoor hot tub.
Seneca Rocks History & Quick Facts
- The first recorded ascent was in 1935. However, in 1939 a group of climbers found an inscription at the rocks dating back to 1908.
- During World War II, army officers and enlisted men, known as the Mountain Training Group, trained at Seneca Rocks for the area’s geological similarities to northern Italy, where those in training were expected to deploy.
- Seneca Rocks rises 900 feet above Seneca Creek.
- This magnificent rock face is composed of white Tuscarora quartzite, also known as Tuscarora sandstone.
- At the base of Seneca Rocks is the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center where travelers can enjoy scheduled programs, events, and presentations.
Things to do at Seneca Rocks
It’s no surprise that Seneca Rocks, located in Monongahela National Forest, is a rock climber’s dream. Its many crags and cliffs are an open invitation to daredevils and thrill-seekers, and Seneca Rocks offers over 375 mapped climbing routes ranging from easy to difficult. Seneca Rocks Climbing School is perfect for beginner climbers or experienced climbers looking for a refresh. You can learn more about rock climbing in West Virginia.
Seneca Rocks Climbing School
27 Allegheny Drive, Seneca Rocks
The 2.6-mile round-trip Seneca Rocks Hiking Trail starts at the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center and takes guests to an observation platform near the top of Seneca Rocks. Hikers will ascend over 700 feet in elevation, and all ages can enjoy the trail.
Check out the best Seneca Rocks hiking trails.
Nearby, travelers can glimpse a world polar opposite to that of Seneca Rocks. These nearly 4.5 million-year-old caverns are filled with unique rock formations, Rimstone pools, and small cave dwellers like salamanders, spiders, and crickets.