We were there in August--rather quiet, but some restaurants and shops (albeit with limited hours) are open. Our lodging (Rimfire) was a bargain, quiet and conveniently within walking walking distance to everything. Room was spacious, but bed was lumpy and sheets and coverlet felt cheap and scratchy. Still, we were surprised to receive an activities pass with the room, which... 更多
The village is very pretty and very picturesque but nothing to do on a rainy day and the shops have odd hours. Nothing much going on in the summer especially at night. Things might be a little more hoping in the winter since this is more of a ski resort and wintertime place, but overall it's very nice, very clean... 更多
This village has shopping, restaurants, and ski/ snowboard rentals. We stayed at a rental within walking distance from the village and that was nice to be so close to everything!
Can't recommend this highly enough... For our first visit, we had a fantastic time and we were pleasantly surprised that there were still so many slopes to choose from in the last ski week of their season. The village was beautiful ( comparable to resorts I've been to in Europe). The staff were all pleasant & engaging. We stayed in... 更多
It has several apparel shops and restaurant with bars that all face inward toward the brick street. With lodding all around. Staff is helpful and work different shops so they can tell you about what is going on and where.
The Village at Snowshoe, West Va was clean, had a Starbucks, mutiple restaurants, shops, lodging, and is literally right by the ski slopes. There is a zipline that runs over the village and looks fun. One important thing is that ONLY AT&T phones get service at the resort. My phone was useless. There were no free wifi hotspots, although the... 更多