Man Place B&B – Purgitsville, West Virginia

Author: , October 31st, 2019

Man Place B&B - Purgitsville, West Virginia

Welcome to Man Place, a unique bed and breakfast situated in the mountains of the Potomac Highlands in the Eastern Panhandle of Wet Virginia. Man Place sits on 65 private acres and clothing is optional both indoors and out. Located nearby over a million acres of national forest lands, numerous state parks and forests, thousands of hiking trails, and so many more recreational options, you’ll have a hard time deciding what to do first. And of course if you just want to get away and relax, Man Place is the perfect getaway to enjoy the peace and serenity you’ll find only in the mountains.

At Man Place each of our four guest rooms is individually decorated for a distinctive feel. Each room features its own unique perks. The master suite on the main level features the largest floor space of all our rooms and has an en suite private bath with tub and shower. In the Patio Room you’ll find an in room sink and a private covered patio accessed by a sliding glass door.

The East Room is the second largest space and has two large windows overlooking the yard to the east, a massage chair and a large closet. Smallest of the rooms is the Cozy Room where you’ll find an antique sleigh bed, a large closet and attached adult play room. All rooms except the Master Suite are on the lower level and share a bath with shower.

Our outdoor spaces include a large screened in porch with a grill and darts, an outdoor table and chairs, chairs on the deck, and numerous hiking trails around the property. Wildlife is commonly seen on the property by our guests. The views in every directions are spectacular with mountains everywhere you look.

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Man Place Bed & Breakfast – Gay Owned B&B in Purgitsville, West Virginia

Author: , February 21st, 2016

Man Place B&B

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Welcome to Man Place, a unique bed and breakfast situated in the mountains of the Potomac Highlands in the Eastern Panhandle of Wet Virginia. Man Place sits on 65 private acres and clothing is optional both indoors and out. Located nearby over a million acres of national forest lands, numerous state parks and forests, thousands of hiking trails, and so many more recreational options, you’ll have a hard time deciding what to do first. And of course if you just want to get away and relax, Man Place is the perfect getaway to enjoy the peace and serenity you’ll find only in the mountains.

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Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals in West Virginia

First Appalachian Queer Film Festival Debuts Tomorrow

Author: , October 22nd, 2014

Appalachian Queer Film FestivalHoping to both quash stereotypes and introduce the public to the pulse and talent of local queer artists, the Appalachian Queer Film Festival is set to premiere Wednesday, Oct. 23 and conclude three days later. The event, which will be hosted in the self-described artistic colony of Lewisburg, W. Va., will screen 12 films of varying narrative forms along with panel discussions and a dance party on Saturday night.

The festival is the byproduct of two men, Tim Ward and John Matthews, who shared a dream of introducing the region to the culture of the LGBTQ experience, a culture that has a surprising amount in common with that of Appalachia. Ward, a native of Huntington, W. Va., recalls how the experiences of his youth helped shape the narrative that would propel him to this moment in time.

“As a gay kid from Huntington, I never had the opportunity to see myself reflected on screen,” Ward said. “That’s why starting this film festival was important to me. I wanted to give folks like myself the chance to see people just like them on screen without having to drive out of state.”

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