"A town called Bath" Berkeley Springs by Ewingjr98

Berkeley Springs Travel Guide: 11 reviews and 32 photos

Bath, West Virginia, also known by its Post Office name of Berkeley Springs, is a small historic town in the West Virginia Panhandle. Bath is known for its mineral springs, which were visited by George Washington in his early days of exploring the area. Bath's historic sites include Berkeley Castle, Berkeley Springs State Park, part of an old aqueduct, and the old train station.

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  • Sep 19, 2009 at 8:47 PM

    Unfortunately stayed at The Country Inn Labor Day 2009. Spa is awful. Cheap bed sheets, peeled/balled-up, texture of sandpaper. Mattresses poor. Contacted owner, never received call back. Place is not as it appears on website. Will never go back.

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