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Man’s Vacation

Day One
Afternoon - Arrive in Lewisburg and check into one of the city's newest properties, the
Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn or Fairfield Inn and Suites.

Mid-Afternoon - Take a tour at Smooth Ambler Spirits, Greenbrier Valley's true grain to glass craft distillery, offering gin, bourbon, vodka and white whiskey. Using the finest whole American grains, milled on-site and carefully combined with local mountain water. Smooth Ambler Spirits creates products with quality in mind and passion taken deeply to heart. A working still is on display at all times and tours are available by calling in advance, 304-497-3123.

Dinner - Have dinner at The Livery Tavern, specializing in farm-to-table locavore cuisine which includes local cuts of beef, crispy pork belly, braised lamb and short ribs.

Day Two

Breakfast - Enjoy breakfast at Greenbrier Valley Baking Company. Located in a restored bakery building, GVBC offers artisan breads and European coffee.

Mid-Morning - Morning activities include either golfing or an off road adventure at The Greenbrier.

The Old White TPC, the first 18-hole golf course at The Greenbrier, opened in 1914. It is also home to The Greenbrier Classic PGA TOUR event, and is the oldest course currently used for a PGA TOUR event, as well as the only C. B. Macdonald course available to the public. Come check it out for yourself. Or, get behind the wheel of a specially equipped Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and explore the mountains of West Virginia with a highly trained Off Road Adventures guide at The Greenbrier's Off Road
Adventure School.

Lunch - Enjoy lunch at The Greenbrier. Dining options include Sam Snead's at the Golf
Club, Slammin' Sammy's, or Café Carleton.

Afternoon - While at The Greenbrier, enjoy a guided tour of the resort with plenty of time
to visit the shops and artists community. Don't miss:
- Greenbrier Avenue Men's Shop
- The Gun Club Shop
- The Greenbrier Gourmet Shop, with a selection of fine cigars
- The Art Colony, the perfect place to find a "must have" item to bring home

Dinner - Dinner in downtown Lewisburg at one of Lewisburg's fine restaurants. Choices include Food and Friends, featured on The Food Network's "Best of ... " series, or Del Sol Cantina and Grille, which serves fresh Latin cuisine and offers a full bar.

Nightlife - A short walk through downtown Lewisburg lends itself to many nightlife opportunities. Catch a live performance at Carnegie Hall, one of only four arts center's in the world built by Andrew Carnegie and still in operation. Or, stop at the Irish Pub on Washington Street for music and a pint.

Day Three:

Breakfast - Try The Wild Bean, serving fresh roasted organic coffees, espresso, baked goods and breakfast items.

Mid-Morning - Head over to Caldwell for a morning of archery and sporting clays. Powder Ridge Sporting Clays offers a 12 station NSCA Sporting Clay Course and a full 3- D archery range.

Lunch - Call ahead and have boxed lunches ready from one of the areas many restaurants and catering services. Convenient to both Powder Ridge Sporting Clays center and L&S Pistol Range is April's Pizzeria, specializing in calzones, pizza and other Italian Specialties. Or, head over to 50 East, The Mason Jar or Rt. 60 American Grill in White Sulphur Springs.

Afternoon - Depart for home.








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Outdoor Recreation

Day One

Afternoon - Arrive in Lewisburg and check into one of the city's newest properties, the
Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn or Fairfield Inn and Suites. You may choose to stay at the Greenbrier State Forest, a 5,130-acre property offering camping and cabins.

Mid-Afternoon - Start your trip out right at the Greenbrier State Forest with a leisurely afternoon hike or play a round of Frisbee golf. Seasonal activities include swimming and summer naturalist programs.

Dinner - Have dinner at one of downtown Lewisburg's locally owned restaurants specializing in farm to table locavore cuisine, such as Stardust Café, offering all natural steaks, seafood, salads, pastas and homemade pastries, or The Livery Tavern, featuring regional fare.

Day Two

Breakfast - Enjoy breakfast at Greenbrier Valley Baking Company. Located in a restored
bakery building, GVBC offers artisan breads and European coffee.

Morning - Take a morning stroll and pick up snacks for your day at one of Lewisburg's two thriving Farmer's Markets. The Lewisburg Farmer's Market, open seasonally on Saturdays, is a weekly market featuring a wide variety of in-season fruits, vegetables, and fresh flowers, all grown locally. Grab a fresh pepperoni roll or homemade granola to take with you and picnic along your adventure. Or, visit The Greenbrier Valley Farmers Market, open seasonally on Wednesdays and Saturdays, which features jams, local pastries and coffee along with fresh fruits and vegetables.

Mid-Afternoon - Head over to one of the Greenbrier Valley's outfitters to get ready for a day of outdoor adventure. No matter if you are a passionate biker, avid hiker or experienced fisherman or kayaker, the Greenbrier Valley has something for you.
Greenbrier Outfitters, located at The Greenbrier, offers an entire fleet of high-end mountain bikes for rent. Their bikes can be rented for two or four hour intervals. No matter what you choose to ride, you can enjoy breathtaking scenery throughout The Greenbrier property. Greenbrier Outfitters also offers shuttles to the Greenbrier River Trail and a variety of kayaking and paddling adventures.
Free Spirit Adventures, in Caldwell, specializes in mountain bike rentals and shuttle services. Free spirit shuttles to Keister, Anthony, Spring Creek, Renick, Watoga, Marlinton and Cass.
Hill and Holler Bicycle Works, in Lewisburg, offers rentals and demo bikes, as well as shuttle services to Caldwell, Keister, Anthony, Spring Creek, Renick, Watoga, Marlinton and Cass. Hill and Holler also offers guided tours of Lewisburg and Southern West Virginia.
Serenity Now Outfitters, has all of the gear that you may have left at home and then some. They specialize in guided fishing tours, but have an extensive retail inventory of all things outdoor related as well.

Greenbrier River Campground, nestled along the Greenbrier River, offers canoe, kayak, ducky, and tube and raft rentals for the Greenbrier River. Utilize their shuttle services to explore the Class I to Class III white water along the Greenbrier River.
Depending on your skill level and chosen sport, you will spend your day exploring one of the following:
Greenbrier State Forest offers eight hiking and biking trails that vary in length and difficulty. Here is where you will find the more technical trails that the Greenbrier Valley has to offer.
Lake Sherwood Recreation Area, part of the Monongahela National Forest, features fishing, hiking and biking, and flat-water canoe and kayaking as well as paddle boats and swimming.
Greenbrier River Trail, a 78-mile trail running along the Greenbrier River from Caldwell to Cass. Originally part of the C&O rail system, this trail provides river access for fishing and canoeing and moderate to easy biking.
Enjoy the Greenbrier River, with access points at the boat launch in Caldwell, Island Park in Ronceverte, Fort Springs and Alderson.
Check out the Meadow River Wildlife Management Area, near Crawley, for fishing and hunting.

Dinner - If you are in the White Sulphur Springs area be sure to check out April's
Pizzeria, specializing in calzones, pizza and other Italian specialties. Or, head over to 50
East, an American Bistro, The Mason Jar, featuring home cooked specials, or Rt. 60 American Grill, serving burgers, sandwiches and salads. If you land in Lewisburg, grab a bite at Del Sol Cantina and Grille, serving fresh Latin cuisine. In Ronceverte, try Rudy's Corner Grill, featuring burgers, sandwiches and fried chicken, or When Pigs Fly, with authentic southern style barbeque. And just off the Greenbrier River between Ronceverte and Alderson you can get barbeque, pulled pork or beef brisket at Stuart's Hot Dawgs and Smokehouse.

Day Three:

Breakfast - Try The Wild Bean, serving fresh roasted organic coffees, espresso, baked
goods and breakfast items.

Mid Morning - Gear up to go underground. In addition to the vast amounts of scenic outdoor adventure, the Greenbrier Valley is home to caving galore. Wild cave tours at Lost World Caverns provide the more adventurous an opportunity to go beyond the standard walking tour and explore undeveloped parts of the cavern. Expert guides will lead you on your 4-hour trip through more than a mile of chambers and passageways that require some strength and agility to negotiate. At the end of your journey, you will emerge from the cave covered in mud, but will be rewarded with the experience of a lifetime.

Lunch - The Bakery, Greenbrier Valley Baking Company and The Market at Food and Friends, all make daily specials that can be ordered to go. Or, step back in time and experience a Greenbrier Valley tradition, Jim's Drive-In, serving everything from the famous Big Jim Ranch Burger to down home barbeque.

Afternoon- Depart for home.
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Girlfriends Getaway

Day One

Afternoon - Arrive in Lewisburg and check into one of the city's newest properties, the
Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn or Fairfield Inn and Suites.

Mid-Afternoon - Start the weekend out right by pampering yourself at Azulyn, a full- service day spa. Azulyn offers relaxing and rejuvenating services such as facials, chemical peels, massages, manicures, pedicures and other services to help you feel fresh and ready for a weekend of fun. Contact Amy Anderson at 304-647-3030 for more information.

After your spa treatment, spend some time in Downtown Lewisburg's eclectic blend of shops. Be sure to check out the Red Key 3 wine bar inside Harmony Ridge Gallery. Harmony Ridge offers American Art and Craft in 5,000 square foot gallery. They have fine jewelry, whimsical garden art, wall sculptures, pottery and contemporary furniture. Another retailer you won't want to miss is Wolf Creek Gallery, offering the best in comfort footwear, fine leather bags, jewelry and bath and beauty products.

Dinner - Have dinner at one of Lewisburg's many dining options. Try Del Sol Cantina and Grille, serving fresh authentic Latin cuisine and specialty pizzas. For reservations call
304-645-1717. Or, visit Stella's Tea House, 304-520-4937, a beautifully restored 1890's Victorian home featuring a farm-to-table menu.

Day Two

Breakfast - Enjoy breakfast at Greenbrier Valley Baking Company. Located in a restored bakery building, GVBC offers artisan breads and European coffee.

Mid-Morning - Fully embrace the serenity of the Allegheny Mountains by taking a scenic horseback ride at The Greenbrier. The Greenbrier offers group trail rides at $90 per person. However, if horseback riding is not your style, opt for a carriage ride instead. These leisurely excursions provide scenic views of the property. Carriage rides cost $56 per person.

Lunch - Enjoy lunch at The Greenbrier. Try Draper's, a bright and colorful tribute to Dorothy Draper. Draper's offers fine, casual all-day dining. Or, check out one of The Greenbrier's other options, including Café Carleton, The Forum, or Sam Snead's.

Afternoon - While at The Greenbrier, enjoy a guided tour of the resort with plenty of
time to visit the shops and artists community.

Don't miss:
- The Candy Shop
- Christmas Shop
- Fine Men and Women's Retailers
- The Art Colony

Early Evening - Participate in a Greenbrier tradition. Afternoon tea is offered daily from 4:15pm until 5pm. Guests are invited to relax and enjoy an assortment of teas, fresh baked pastries and cookies. Non-registered guests at The Greenbrier may enjoy Afternoon Tea at a cost of $16 per adult and $8 per child.

Evening - Take a tour of Smooth Ambler Spirits, Greenbrier Valley's very own local distillery or Watts Roost Vineyards, the local winery. Smooth Ambler is busy year round making gin, vodka, bourbon and a white whiskey and welcomes groups for a tour and product sampling. We suggest taking home a box of their blueberry cordials as well. If you prefer wine, Watts Roost Vineyard sits at the foot of Muddy Creek Mountain and offers tours and tastings of their award-winning wine, which is created onsite using their very own French hybrid grapes, also grown onsite. Beer lovers will also have an opportunity to try something new. The Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company is slated to open in 2014 and features lagers and ales made onsite. Enjoy one in the facility's tap room.

Dinner - Choose either The Spring, a newly opened farm-to-table restaurant offering a menu sourced from local farmers and regular entertainment, or Stardust Café, offering fine wines and food, including all natural steaks, seafood, salads, pasta and homemade pastries.

Nightlife - Walk downtown and make a stop at the Irish Pub on Washington Street, featuring live music and drink specials. Check out a live performance at Greenbrier Valley Theatre, West Virginia's Official Year-Round Professional Theatre, GVT has performances going on throughout the year. For a full schedule call 304-645-3838 or visit gvtheatre.org.

Day Three

Breakfast - Try The Wild Bean, serving fresh roasted organic coffees, espresso, baked goods and breakfast items.

Mid-Morning - Take a guided tour of one of Carnegie Hall's three art galleries. Carnegie Hall is one of only four performing arts centers built by Andrew Carnegie that is still in continuous operation in the world. Find out more about the exhibits scheduled at Carnegie Hall by calling 304-645-7917 or visit carnegiehallwv.org.

Lunch - No visit to the Greenbrier Valley is complete without a meal at Food and Friends, featured on The Food Network's "Best of ..." series. Food and Friends serves American cuisine and can accommodate a group big or small.

Afternoon - Depart for home.
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History and Antiques

Day One

Afternoon - Arrive in Lewisburg and check into one of the city's newest properties, the
Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn or Fairfield Inn and Suites.

Mid-Afternoon - Explore the Lewisburg Antique Trail, a trail of fabulous antique shops in historic Lewisburg. Start the journey at The Ruby Rooster Antique Mall, located 3 miles from I-64. Here you will find an assortment of antiques, collectibles, handcrafted furniture, decorative items and collectibles. The next stop on the Antique Trail is The Very Thing, featuring antiques, glassware, vintage apparel, collectibles and gift items. As you travel into downtown Lewisburg, stop in at Thymeworn Antiques and Fortunate Finds, both offer treasures new and old.

Dinner - Have dinner at The Historic General Lewis Inn, the only preserved inn in the Lewisburg Historic District. The General Lewis was featured in the Food Network's "Best of ..." series and specializes in country cooking, with country ham, chicken, steaks and mountain trout. Be sure to try their homemade pecan pie or fruit cobbler.

Day Two

Breakfast - Enjoy breakfast at Greenbrier Valley Baking Company. Located in a restored bakery building, GVBC offers artisan breads and European coffee.

Mid-Afternoon - Head underground for a glimpse of the Cold War-Era, US Government Relocation Facility that was a secret from 1958 until 1992, at The Greenbrier resort. Bunker Tours for non-registered groups are offered Sunday-Friday. There is no charge
for escort and driver with twenty-five paid admissions. Price per adult is $30 plus tax.

Lunch - Enjoy lunch at The Greenbrier. Dining options include Draper's, a bright and colorful tribute to Dorothy Draper. Draper's offers fine, casual all-day dining. Bunker tour guests may also arrange a buffet lunch through The Bunker office at 800-624-6070.

Afternoon - While at the Greenbrier, enjoy a guided tour of the resort with plenty of time
to visit the shops and artists community. Don't miss:
- The Candy Shop
- Christmas Shop
- Fine Men and Women's Retailers
- The Art Colony

Early Evening - Participate in a Greenbrier tradition, afternoon tea. Afternoon tea is offered daily from 4:15pm until 5pm. Guests are invited to relax and enjoy an assortment of teas, fresh baked pastries and cookies. Non-registered guests at The Greenbrier may enjoy Afternoon Tea at a cost of $16 per adult and $8 per child.

Evening - Early evening is an excellent time to stroll through downtown Lewisburg. Take a self-guided walking tour of historic Lewisburg chronicling the town's history, founders and architecture. A brochure can be picked up at the Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center or at numerous locations in the downtown area. For the Civil War enthusiast, check out the three civil war sites in the Greenbrier Valley that have been designated as part of the Civil War Trails Program. Markers have been placed to designate the Alderson Ferry Crossing, the Battle of Lewisburg and Organ Cave.

Dinner - For dinner be sure to check out Stella's Tea House. Stella's Tea House offers a seasonal farm-to-table menu in a beautifully restored 1890's Victorian home.

Nightlife - Walk downtown and make a stop at the Irish Pub on Washington Street. The pub features live music and drink specials. Or, check out a live performance at Greenbrier Valley Theatre, West Virginia's Official Year-Round Professional Theater. The Greenbrier Valley Theatre has performances going on throughout the year. For a full schedule call 304-645-3838.

Day Three:

Breakfast - Try The Wild Bean, serving fresh roasted organic coffees, espresso, baked goods and breakfast items.

Mid Morning - Take a guided tour of the North House Museum. Displayed in this 1820
National Register home are the historic artifacts of the Greenbrier Historical Society, including period furniture, textiles, Civil War items, historic wagons and decorative arts.

Lunch - Stardust Café, offering Paninis, soups and salads. Stardust Café specializes in fresh quality ingredients with a Mediterranean flair. Be sure to try the sticky toffee pudding.

Afternoon - Depart for home.
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The Greenbrier

Greenbrier Auditorium

Opulent banquet rooms. Impeccable attention to detail. Period decor. The Greenbrier blends timeless charm and rugged adventure to offer your clients an exceptional conference experience. The Greenbrier's 85,000 square feet of flexible meeting space suits groups both large and small. They can also design unique events ranging from gold service dinners to Casablanca movie parties.
The Greenbrier can customize activities that will delight, intrigue and stimulate the widest range of interests. Whether it is trust-building ascents of the Alpine Tower or whitewater rafting, planners and experts at the resort can coordinate special adventures for every type of group. The Greenbrier offers 50 recreational activities to choose from, a 40,000-square foot Spa and more than 10 diverse dining options, guaranteed to suit every group's needs.

The Greenbrier Conference Center is a three-level wing of the main building that comprises a part of the 85,000 square feet of flexible meeting space available at the resort. Many venues have multiple breakout options, A/V services and wireless capabilities. Groups looking for unique locations to host their meeting can take advantage of Howard's Creek Lodge, Kate's Mountain Lodge, the historic Bunker or The Golf Club.


  • High-speed wireless Internet access in the entire main building

  • On-site audio-visual and technical support staff

  • 35 meeting rooms, complete with audio-visual presentation aids

  • Sophisticated multi-media equipment

  • 24-hour security

  • IT services, including laptop rentals and PowerPoint assistance

  • Consultants to assist you with all your music, decorating and entertainment requirements

  • Special programs and demonstrations for guests can be arranged by the Director of Social Activities



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Additional Meeting Facilities

In addition to our hotel meeting facilities, Greenbrier County is equipped to have your meeting off-site at one of our many group and meeting facilities. From the largest gatherings needing maximum exhibit space to the smallest, the county can accommodate everything from your RV Rally to your group tour or small meeting needs.

Greenbrier Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau


200 West Washington Street
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304-645-1000
www.greenbrierwv.com

The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center is the perfect place for your next meeting or event. Located in beautiful downtown Lewisburg, this unique space is the perfect location for small meetings, board retreats, receptions, dinners, and special events.

The CVB offers two rooms for rent, the Rahall Conference Room is 822 square feet and can accommodate 25 to 30 people with school room style of seating or 70 theatre seating, or the Visitors Center itself, which is available after 5pm in the evenings and is a beautiful place to hold a party, reception, or dinner event. The center is approximately 3,500 square feet and can accommodate 300 plus at a standing reception or 150 seated at rounds. The center also has a small raised stage perfect for your evening's entertainment. Access to a small catering kitchen is included and there are several caterers in the Greenbrier Valley that would love to make your event a memorable one.

Max. # of Meeting Rooms: 2
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 3,500 sq ft
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 300 persons

State Fair of West Virginia


US 219 South
PO Drawer 986
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304-645-1090
www.statefairofwv.com

The State Fair Event Center offers several rental opportunities for your next event. Whether you have been charged with planning your company's annual business meeting, educational seminar or corporate conference, you're sure to find a solution. They also have options that are perfectly suited for weddings, anniversaries and reunions.

No other facility in Southern West Virginia can offer the variety that the State Fair Event Center offers. They feature more than 40,000 square feet of covered, indoor exhibit space all with restroom and kitchen facilities. Their experienced staff will work with you to determine your exact needs and to offer referrals as needed. They even offer tent rentals for your outdoor events.

Max. # of Meeting Rooms: 6
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 36,650 sq ft
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 2,000 persons

WV School of Osteopathic Medicine


Alumni Center
400 N. Lee Street
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304-645-6270 or 304-647-6358

In any season, The Roland P. Sharp Alumni Center is the perfect location for your next special event. Located in the middle of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine campus, this facility is able to meet your event planning needs offering a variety of space solutions at reasonable rental prices. The Alumni Center is fully accessible and offers plenty of parking.

Max. # of Meeting Rooms: 4
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 7,884 sq ft
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 350 persons

Carnegie Hall


105 Church Street
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304-645-7917
www.carnegiehallwv.com

Carnegie Hall offers several meeting places that can accommodate 20 to more than 400 people. Plan your next event in one of the rooms of this historic performing arts facility. Whether you are planning a corporate meeting, family reunion, reception or wedding, Carnegie Hall offers a variety of meeting options that are sure to supply your guests with lasting memories.

Max. # of Meeting Rooms: 10
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 2,500 sq ft with fixed theater seating
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 400 persons

Greenbrier Valley Theatre


113 E. Washington Street
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304-645-3838
www.gvtheatre.org

Rent Greenbrier Valley Theatre for your next meeting or reception. Due to the variety of spaces in the theatre's downtown building, they can accommodate many different sized groups and various seating arrangements. From intimate gatherings to large multi-room receptions, Greenbrier Valley Theatre can help you plan the perfect event.

Max. # of Meeting Rooms: 2
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 3,402 sq ft
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 200 persons

Greenbrier Valley Investment Properties LLC. Conference Facility


718 Monroe Avenue
Ronceverte, WV 24970
571-215-6011

Newly renovated rental space for business off sites and training as well as business functions. Large conference room with large conference table and comfortable seating. Retractable screen, ceiling-mounted projector and laptop available at additional cost. Full kitchen and Catering available for breakfast and lunch meetings and dinner events for additional cost. Outdoor space available for use in season.

Max. # of Meetings Rooms: 1
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 300 Sq ft
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 20 persons

Greenbrier County Public Library


152 Robert W. McCormick Drive
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304-647-7568
http://greenbrier.lib.wv.us/

The Greenbrier County Public Library is a modern facility located in Historic Downtown Lewisburg. With a small conference room perfect for a meeting of nine, to a large multipurpose room complete with a kitchen area and lobby overlooking Lewisburg, this venue is perfect for a variety of gatherings.

Max. # of Meeting Rooms: 2
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 1,416 Sq Ft
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 100

Holiday Inn Express


222 Hunter Lane
Lewisburg, WV
304-645-5750
www.hiexpress.com

For any social or business meeting, our Lewisburg, WV hotel provides flexible meeting space for up to 40 people with presentation equipment and free high-speed Internet access. This space may be arranged to suit the needs of your specific event

Max. # of Meeting Rooms: 1
Total Sq. Ft. of Largest Meeting Space: 576 Sq ft
Capacity of Largest Meeting Space: 40


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Quality Inn & Conference Center

The Quality Inn and Conference Center in Lewisburg, WV, prides itself as the perfect meeting venue for those meeting planners who call for a comfortable, full-service meeting facility where budget is a consideration but quality is not compromised.

Offering so much more than just conference rooms and a place to sleep, the Quality Inn offers comfortable accommodations, full audio-visual capabilities, on-site restaurant and lounge, airport shuttle service and more. Banquet seating and facilities to accommodate 450-500 people theater-style, 350 people classroom-style or 350 people banquet-style are available.

In addition, the Quality Inn and Conference Center's sister hotel, The Hampton Inn, is conveniently located next door and provides additional meeting space and lodging rooms, providing the perfect opportunity for breakout meetings and training sessions.


  • Close proximity to restaurants and other lodging

  • More than 8,000 square feet in meeting space

  • Complimentary shuttle service to nearby airport

  • Onsite lounge and nearby exercise facility



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Tour Related Assistance

Motorcoach Parking

Dedicated motorcoach parking is located on Church Street at the corner of Church and Washington Streets, in front of The Market. Parking is on a first come, first serve basis.

 

Step-On Guides

The area is fortunate to have a whole host of guides available to conduct a narrative tour of the Greenbrier County area. Prices vary depending on size, length of tour and number of attractions. Please phone the CVB Staff at 800-833-2068 to discuss the varied options and receive our recommendations.

 

Receptive Operators

While the county does not have a receptive operator in its midst, we are fortunate to have forged some wonderful relationships with some in our region. For a referral, please contact the CVB at the number listed below.

 

Public Restrooms

Lewisburg City Hall

199 W. Washington Street
Lewisburg

White Sulphur Springs City Hall

34 W. Main Street
White Sulphur Springs

Greenbrier County CVB

200 W. Washington Street
Lewisburg

 

 

Hospitals

Greenbrier Valley Medical Center

(Route 219 S., Fairlea)
304-647-4411

MedExpress Urgent Care

(219 N. Jefferson Street, Lewisburg)
304-645-2164

Rainelle Medical Center

(645 Kanawha Avenue, Rainelle)
304-438-6188

 

Motorcoach Repair/Towing

Dixon's Towing

800-924-8892
 

 

 

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Wedding Consultants

Forever Yours Wedding Center

Lavania Austin
125 W. Main Street, Ronceverte
304-645-5040
Offering rehearsal and ceremony consulting. No receptions.

 

Fruits of Labor, Inc.

Tammy Robertson
304-392-6452
http://fruitsoflaborinc.com
Offering wedding coordinating expertise for your rehearsal, ceremony and reception, as well as cake and floral designs and catering services.

 

Gillespie's Flowers & Productions

Martha G. Sams - .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
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304-536-1881
Offering a variety of wedding services including rentals and flower design.

 

Lobban Floral

Karen Lobban
701 Washington Street, Alderson
304-445-7482
Coordinates wedding rehearsal, ceremony and floral needs.

 

McVey's Flowers

Lois McVey Thompson
201 Hill Street, Alderson
304-445-7318
Providing floral and decorative items for your wedding as well as full planning services.

 

Unique Weddings & Events, LLC

Courtney Merritt Creasman
304-667-0332
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Offering full wedding and event planning services including receptions and rehearsal dinners.
 

 

 

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Sample Itineraries

View sample itineraries that we have put together for:

Girlfriends Getaway

History and Antiques

Man's Vacation

Outdoor Recreation

 

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Wedding and Reception Sites

American Heritage Music Hall


304-645-4667
http://local674-afm.com/AHMusicHall.html
The American Heritage Music Hall offers a one of a kind reception site. The home to old time bluegrass, folk and country music, the hall offers themed décor and a 1,500 sq. ft. dance floor that is sure to make your special event even more memorable. Available for receptions, dances, reunions and dinner parties, this space can comfortably seat 165 guests at tables. A smoke and alcohol-free facility.

Carnegie Hall (c. 1902)

Carnegie Hall
304-645-7917
http://www.carnegiehallwv.com
This original Carnegie Hall has been beautifully restored over the past 10 years and features unique spaces for small, intimate weddings. Nestled in the heart of town, the brick-laden Ivy Terrace is the perfect location for your outdoor wedding. The Old Stone Room offers an ideal space for indoor receptions and rehearsal dinners. Also available is the Carnegie Hall Auditorium, where ceremonies can be held on stage for a truly theatrical experience. Let Carnegie Hall bring your wedding to life, because a historic occasion deserves a historic location.

General Lewis Inn

General Lewis
304-645-2600
http://www.generallewisinn.com
A dream location for your outdoor wedding, the General Lewis offers a garden area with canopy. Limited catering is available.

The Greenbrier (c. 1778)

The Greenbrier
800-624-6070
http://www.greenbrier.com
Truly the place to make any event a special occasion, The Greenbrier will insure that you have a wedding to be remembered. The Greenbrier offers all of the key elements for planning your wedding - from luxurious accommodations, wedding cake and flowers to photography, entertainment and even the horse-drawn Victorian carriage! Whether you're planning an outdoor or indoor event, The Greenbrier has a variety of beautiful locations for ceremonies and receptions that will provide a truly memorable back-drop for your celebration. This Five-Diamond retreat welcomes weddings of all sizes throughout the year subject to dates and availability.

Quality Inn and Conference Center


304-645-7722
http://www.qualityinn.com
Let the Quality Inn & Conference Center help make your once in a lifetime memories unforgettable. Wedding receptions and rehearsal dinners in the spacious and elegant Mountain Laurel Room, with available décor and entertainment amenities to culminate a wonderful wedding experience.

Roland P. Sharp Alumni Center


304-647-6358, Kay Withrow, Facilities Coordinator
In any season, The Roland P. Sharp Alumni Center is the perfect location for your next special event. Located in the middle of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine campus, this facility is able to meet your event planning needs offering a variety of space solutions at reasonable rental prices. The Alumni Center is fully accessible and offers plenty of parking.

Swift Level


304-661-6777, Jennifer Jones
151-acre family farm located outside Lewisburg, WV.
http://www.theswiftlevel.com

Valley View Farm


304-645-0130 or 304-645-4942, Doug Bicksler
Scenic farm located outside Lewisburg, WV.

West Virginia State Fair Event Center


304-645-1090
http://www.statefairofwv.com
Let the State Fair Event Center be a part of your perfect wedding day with their variety of spacious event facilities.
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Marriage Licenses

Visit the Greenbrier County Clerks Office to obtain a marriage license. The office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. and is located within the Greenbrier County Courthouse in Lewisburg.

Greenbrier County Clerks Office
912 Court Street North
Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901
304-647-6602
 

Applying for a Marriage License

Both bride and groom must be present when applying for a marriage license. The fee for a marriage license is $56.00. If you plan on receiving minister's counceling, the fee is only $36.00 for the license. You will need to supply a signed letter by the minister on church letterhead. 

Items to bring with you:

  • Photo identification, such as a driver's license, state ID or passport
  • Social security number
  • Parents' full names, including mother's maiden name and their places of birth
  • If previously married, the date of divorce or date of spouse's death

 

Residency

You do not have to be a resident of West Virginia to obtain a marriage license. Non-residents may apply in any county.

If you or your intended are West Virginia residents, at least one of you must live in Greenbrier County to apply in this county. You will need to present an ID that proves residency. 

 

Waiting Period and Expiration

You will receive your license immediately. The license expires 60 days after issuance. 

 

For Applicants Under the Age of 18:

  • Both parents must be presnt at the time of application.
  • If either partner is under 18, parental or guardian consent forms must be signed. You will need a certified copy of your birth certificate.
  • There is a three (3) day waiting period after license is issued before you are permitted to marry.
  • Be sure to contact the County Clerks office for additional requirements. 

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For more information, please call the County Clerks Office at 304-647-6602.

 

 

 

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Weddings

Greenbrier County provides the perfect backdrop for your destination wedding. With several unique wedding and reception sites available, including The Greenbrier, Carnegie Hall and Oakhurst Links, area amenities are sure to make all your dreams come true for your special day.

We have created a comprehensive list of all the information you need to plan your big day in the romantic setting of the Greenbrier Valley, including information about marriage licenses and local vendors.

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Local Vendors

Catering

 

 

The Bakery


304-645-1106
Wedding and special occasion cakes.

 

 

 

 

Bella The Corner Gourmet


304-520-4921
http://www.bellathecornergourmet.com/
Catering for events large and small!

 

 

 

 

B. Sweet Confectionery


304-536-3411
http://www.bsweetconfectionery.com
Cupcakes, old school sweets, custom cakes, chocolates, cookies, coffee, tea, European hot chocolate and more. Catering available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dutch Haus Restaurant


304-645-4384, Brenda Beiler
Located at the Greenbrier Valley Airport, Dutch Haus provides catering on or off the premises for formal or informal events.

 

 

 

 

Edgarton Café


304-647-3111
http://www.edgartoncafeandbakery.com/
Offering cakes and cupcakes as well as reception meals. Edgarton Café can do catering for sit down meals, buffet style receptions or appetizers only.

 

 

 

 

Fruits of Labor


304-392-6452
http://www.fruitsoflaborinc.com
Full-service catering services including extensive menu options and beautiful wedding cake designs. During the summer months, fresh vegetables are grown and harvested on the owner's farm to give a distinctive flavor to their recipes. Free one-hour consultation.

 

 

 

 

Greenbrier Valley Baking Company


304-645-6159
Specialty wedding cakes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rudy's Corner Grill


304-647-4700
Full service or drop off catering.

 

 

 

 

Taste of Heaven


304-497-3425, Carole Spencer
Food catering for small or large events.

 

 

 

 

TLP of WV


304-497-3311
Group and event catering.

 

 

 

 

Florists

 

 

 

 

Alvis Floral


108 Main Street, Rainelle
800-373-7047
304-438-8971

 

 

 

 

Family Floral


8 Main Street, Rainelle
304-438-5800

 

 

 

 

Fruits of Labor, Inc.


304-392-6452
http://www.fruitsoflaborinc.com

 

 

 

 

Gillespie's Flowers & Productions


130 W. Main Street, White Sulphur Springs
304-536-1881
http://www.gillespiesflowers.com

 

 

 

 

Greenbrier Cut Flowers


220 W. Edgar Avenue, Ronceverte
888-356-4387
304-645-6694

 

 

 

 

Lobban Floral


701 Washington Street, Alderson
304-445-7482

 

 

 

 

McVey's Floral


201 Hill Street, Alderson
304-445-7318

 

 

 

 

Mountain Heritage Floral & Gifts


US 219 South, Fairlea
800-219-5870
http://www.mountainheritagewv.com

 

 

 

 

Wiseman Floral & Gifts


303 Frankford Road, Ronceverte
304-647-4300

 

 

 

 

West Farm's Flowers


304-497-3840 or 304-647-8195

 

 

 

 

Invitations

 

 

 

 

Cardinal Printing


PO Box 5768, Fairlea
304-645-3204

 

 

 

 

Greenbrier Printing


104 S. Court Street, Lewisburg
304-645-3030

 

 

 

 

Post Net


800 N. Jefferson St., Lewisburg
304-793-6300
http://www.postnet.com/wv102

 

 

 

 

Musicians & Disc Jockeys

 

 

 

 

DJ Services, Inc.


304-646-8680

 

 

 

 

Jukebox Entertainment


888-581-4646

 

 

 

 

Leah Trent, harpist


Celltic or Pedal harp
304-661-3877
www.LiveHarpMusic.com

 

 

 

 

Scott Logsdon


304-536-3722

 

 

 

 

Manhattan Jazz Quartet


Gary Klein
304-645-6629

 

 

 

 

Gary Williams


304-645-1870
www.afm674.org

 

 

 

 

West Virginia Jazz Orchestra


Gary Williams
304-645-1870

 

 

 

 

Sound & Technical

 

 

 

 

Alpha Music


Fairlea
304-645-2605

 

 

 

 

Photography

 

 

 

 

Amanda Reed, Photographer


Rainelle, WV
304-667-8507
http://www.amanda-reed.com

 

 

 

 

Blackbird Studio


Lewisburg, WV
304.667.2259
http://www.blackbirdstudiowv.com/

 

 

 

 

Brown's Photography


Ronceverte
304-645-4940
http://www.brownsphoto.com

 

 

 

 

Camera One


Crawley
304-392-6738
http://www.samscameraone.com

 

 

 

 

Cardinal Photographics


Lewisburg
304-645-3344

 

 

 

 

Greenbrier Photography Studio


304-536-3745

 

 

 

 

Photographs by Daniel McQuade


304-730-5500

 

 

 

 

Videography

 

 

 

 

Charles Powell Video & Photography


Erik Hastings
917-617-0990

 

 

 

 

The Greenbrier Audiovisual Department


304-536-1110

 

 

 

 

Greenbrier Video Production


Chris Miller
304-645-0179

 

 

 

 

Swank Audiovisual at The Greenbrier


Dave Donovan
304-536-7793

 

 

 

 

Rentals

 

 

 

 

Gillespie's Flowers & Production


304-536-1881
Offers complete wedding packages including tables, chairs, linens, tents etc.

 

 

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Groups and Meetings

Welcome! We are so pleased that you are considering Greenbrier County as the destination for your next group tour, meeting, convention or wedding.

With over 1,400 rooms and more than 145,000 square feet of meeting space, we offer meeting and lodging accommodations to fit every planner's budget whether it be the full service luxury of the world-renowned Greenbrier or the budget-minded services of the Quality Inn and Conference Center.

Greenbrier County is conveniently located less than four hours by car or motorcoach from many major mid-Atlantic cities, and our very own Greenbrier Valley Airport (LWB) makes us accessible from virtually anywhere.

Our staff is here to assist you every step of the way. With our 200-year history of hosting great meetings - we ensure this one will be your best yet!

To request a copy of the Group Tour Planner, please contact Group Sales at 800-833-2068.