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Vacation rentals in Berkeley Springs

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Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Romantic, hot tub, king bed, private, pet-friendly
Uniquely spacious escape for couple, small family, or solo traveler. 30-foot great room, wall of windows facing large deck, oak floors NEW HOT TUB in private setting. King bedroom with en suite bath; loft has twin bed. Modern with touches of mcm & vintage create a magical retreat for you in the treetops. On 2 acres. Hike to top of Cacapon Mountain from back door. Quick drive (3 mins) to private community pool/hot tub/tot pool (summer only). 10 minutes to Berkeley Springs with Roman Baths, arts s
$192 per night
Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Dreamtime - Modern A-Frame Cabin w/ Hot tub
Welcome to @dreamtimeaframe. A fantastic, owner renovated & designed, two-bedroom, two-bathroom A-frame cabin tucked away in a semi-secluded area, close to the town of Berkeley Springs, WV. The cabin and the entire community its part of are surrounded by tall trees on the mountainside. Quick access to nearby trails, mins to Berkeley Springs Brewing Co. and Cold Run Valley Winery, and Cacapon Resort State Park. Find yourself in the town center with highly rated local restaurants & cafés.
$260 per night
Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Modern Cabin Getaway with Hot Tub, Fire Pit
Welcome to this charming, secluded cabin nestled in the West Virginia mountains. Set back from the road and surrounded by towering black maple trees, this cabin has modern amenities with a relaxing outdoor fire pit and hot tub. This is the perfect place to unwind with nature on two private acres with your partner. After enjoying the starry nights in the hot tub or relaxing by the fire, you’re close enough to visit the historic Berkley Springs or adventure to our nearby State Parks.
$170 per night

Stay near Berkeley Springs's top sights

Berkeley Springs State Park130 locals recommend
The Country Inn of Berkeley Springs27 locals recommend
Tari's101 locals recommend
The Naked Olive Lounge104 locals recommend
The Roman Bath House9 locals recommend
George Washington's Bathtub44 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Berkeley Springs

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Cute & Modern Cabin: Hot Tub, FirePit, Pond Access
$172 per night
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Mountain Views! Hot Tub, Deck/Grill: A-Frame Cabin
$180 per night
Chalet in Berkeley Springs
Modernized Log Cabin w Hot Tub, Fire Pit & Views!
$171 per night
Dome in Berkeley Springs
Lux Glamping in Nature ~Hot Tub~
$230 per night
Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Modern Cabin w Hot Tub, Fire Pit, WiFi!
$160 per night
Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Hot Tub, Big Deck, Comm Pool, WiFi at Chalet Cabin
$158 per night
Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Secluded Oasis w Hot Tub, Screened-in Porch, WiFi!
$216 per night
Home in Berkeley Springs
+ the Lodge + @ Camp Potomac Peak
$419 per night
Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Cozy Cabin Creek Retreat W/Hottub
$129 per night
Cabin in Berkeley Springs
Cabin w Hot Tub, Deck, Firepit & Grill
$132 per night
Cabin in Great Cacapon
Modern Mountaintop Cabin with a gorgeous view
$228 per night
Cabin in Hedgesville
$164 per night

Your guide to Berkeley Springs

All About Berkeley Springs

Berkeley Springs is a town known for its thermal waters and natural spas in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. Its most popular attraction, Berkeley Springs State Park, contains naturally warm mineral waters first popular with the Indigenous tribes in the area. The park houses what’s considered the country’s first spa, and the first US president was apparently a repeat visitor to its mineral baths. Today you’ll find a variety of rejuvenating services being offered here centered around the therapeutic waters. In the middle of the park stands the town’s oldest building, which now houses a 200-year-old Roman Bath House and the Museum of Berkeley Springs.

The compact downtown area features an array of independent shops, cafes, and local eateries. There are also a handful of art galleries, such as the Ice House Artist’s Co-op, which displays and sells the work of more than 30 local and regional artists.

Berkeley Springs is within 100-200 miles of many Mid-Atlantic cities, making it a convenient base for day trips to places like Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Berkeley Springs

Berkeley Springs experiences all four seasons to some degree, with summers getting hot but not sweltering, and winters becoming cold but not too frigid. Summer days are warm and humid, and this is the time to take advantage of the beach at Berkeley Springs State Park. The state park is also home to weekly free live music performances during July, August, and September. Fall brings cooler temperatures and colorful foliage, as well as the Apple Butter Festival, which takes place over a weekend in October and consists of a parade, games and contests, live music, and an arts and crafts fair.

Winters in Berkeley Springs are snowy and cold, and though daytime temperatures rarely go below freezing, nights can be icy, and you should be prepared with a hat, gloves, and a proper set of boots. Everything starts to thaw in spring, and outdoor concerts and art shows begin in earnest as the temperatures rise.

Top things to do in Berkeley Springs

Museum of the Berkeley Springs

The Museum of the Berkeley Springs is housed on the second floor of the Roman Bath House, which dates back to 1815 and is the oldest public building in the town. You can explore Berkeley Springs’ history here through exhibits, activities, and publications. The museum provides opportunities to learn about the geology of the springs, historic bathing wear, and how the popular mineral springs continue to impact life in the town.

Prospect Overlook

Roughly three miles west of Berkeley Springs is Prospect Overlook, also referred to as Panorama Overlook, which soars nearly 1,000 feet above the Potomac River. The lookout point offers sweeping views over three states, including West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania and across the Potomac and Cacapon rivers.

Cacapon State Park

The highest peak in West Virginia’s eastern panhandle is Cacapon Mountain in Cacapon State Park, which is only a 13-minute drive from Berkeley Springs. This natural area features forested trails and a lake for fishing and swimming. There are several hiking trails in the park ranging in difficulty from the steep Ziler Trail to the gentler Central Trail.