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Located 1/2 mile off the Appalachian Trail in Southwest Virginia.
An Appalachian Trail Hostel, Bed & Breakfast, and Retreat for Outdoor Enthusiasts, Families, Couples, and More.
32 Years, 1986-2017
Built in 1880 by Stoney Holiday.
Established 1986 by Tillie and Roy Wood.
Continued Onward and Forward in 2009
Neville & Michael

Quoted as “A Slice of Heaven not to be Missed!”

Woods Hole is an isolated Bed & Breakfast, Hostel and unique Mountain Retreat that is located on 100 acre of land, surrounded on three sides by the Jefferson National Forest and protected by 780 acres of privately owned land in the foreground. Woods Hole is an easy drive from both I-77 and I-81 in Southwest Virginia.

A Wonderul Place to Rest, Learn, and Play

Learn what makes Woods Hole so exceptional...

Neville & Michael place an emphasis on sustainable living and agriculture, incorporating organic gardening, animal husbandry, yoga, and massage therapy. Neville’s grandparents, Tillie & Roy Wood, purchased the property in 1942 and opened the bunkhouse to hikers in 1986. Accommodations have expanded by opening the American Chestnut log cabin with private rooms to guests looking for a retreat along the Appalachian Trail and surrounding wilderness.
Wood’s Hole’s natural resources and beauty have been perpetually protected through a conservation easement with the New River Land Trust and Virginia Outdoors Foundation, thus preserving the forest and land from timbering and over development.

Read about the History of Woods Hole…
Learn About Things to Do while on the property and in the area.

A Long History in Southwest Virginia

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Chestnut Log Cabin Built by Stoney Holiday
Roy & Tillie Wood Discover Dilapidated Cabin on Christmas Day 1939, Where They Live Their First Year of Marriage
Roy and Tillie Purchase Cabin & 100 acres for $300
Tillie and Roy embark on the adventure of renovating the 1880’s Log Cabin as a summer home for themselves and family.
Tillie And Roy open Woods Hole Hostel to Appalachian Trail Hikers.
Michael thru hikes the Appalachian Trail. Neville & Michael meet at Woods Hole on July 6, 2005.
Tillie Wood passes away after running the hostel for 22 years. The Wood family does a major renovation on the Main Cabin so that it will last “100 more years.”
Neville & Michael move to Woods Hole and begin the journey of a lifetime. They marry on August 1, 2009.
Woods Hole as we know it!!