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Mountains of Opportunity | 2019 Conference Nov 3-7, 2019 | White Sulphur Springs, WV

National Association of Extension 4-H Agents

Know Before You Go: Lodging

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We invite you to the 2019 NAE4-HA Conference that will be held at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, WV on Nov. 3-7, 2019. The Greenbrier is a family-friendly, world-class resort that features a wide variety of housing options that can meet your needs. Whatever your accommodation choice, you will not be disappointed with the charm and inviting atmosphere of the Greenbrier.

The housing options include single rooms, double rooms, suites, and even cottage rentals or estate homes if you are traveling with a few colleagues or your family.

Greenbrier Estate Homes - Ranging from four to seven bedrooms, the spectacular Greenbrier Estate Homes are beautifully appointed and spacious. Each Estate accommodates six to fourteen guests. Estate homes dot the campus of the Greenbrier. The Hawley, Valley View, Top Notch, and Colonnade Homes are single structures while Copeland Hill offers an enclave of multiple homes.

 

Legacy Cottages The oldest remaining structures on property. The Greenbrier's Legacy Cottages have been carefully preserved to welcome guests for over 200 years! There are seven types of cottages available, accommodating between four and ten guests. Whether you are traveling with your family or a group of co-workers, the legacy cottages can meet your needs.

 

Spring Row Legacy Cottages – Each cottage features a porch, parlor, wet bar, dressing area and large bathroom. Select cottages complete with working fireplaces. Cottages have one bedroom and are furnished with either one king bed or two double beds as well as a sofa bed and can accommodate two to six people. Spring Row and Paradise Row Cottages are $273 per cottage, per night.

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Multi-Bedroom Cottages – There are numerous cottages at the Greenbrier that offer 2-4 bedrooms and can accommodate 4-10 people. These cottages offer a lot of space for entertaining, so these might be a good option for a state to house several colleagues. Multi-bedroom cottages are $263 per bedroom, per night. All rooms must be occupied to receive the conference rate. 

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Signature Resort Rooms - Located within the Greenbrier, there are several lodging options. Choose from quaint rooms to large suites to accommodate two to six people.

Gable Guest Rooms– Quaint rooms featuring one double bed that can accommodate up to two people. Gable rooms are $223 per room, per night. These rooms are not accessible for people with disabilities.

 

Traditional Rooms– These rooms can accommodate up to four people and feature one king bed or two double beds. Traditional rooms are $223 per room, per night. These rooms are not accessible for people with disabilities.

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Deluxe Rooms– This option offers either one king bed or two double beds and can accommodate up to four people. Deluxe rooms are $243 per room, per night. Some Superior rooms are not accessible for people with disabilities.

Image source The Greenbrier.

 

Draper Suites These are the largest single rooms at The Greenbrier and offer one king or two double beds as well as a sitting area with a queen sofa bed. These rooms can accommodate four to six people. Draper Suites are $263 per room, per night.

The room prices include the $39 daily resort fee per room. The daily resort fee includes several amenities including the Greenbrier’s famous afternoon tea, morning coffee, free wifi, and access to fitness equipment. A Historic Preservation Fund fee of 6.5% will be added to all charges. An additional $50 per night will apply to each third and fourth adult occupant in the room. The Greenbrier deposit requirement is equal to one night’s room and tax charges. Room rates apply 3 days pre and post conference based on availability, so we invite you to arrive early and/or stay late to enjoy the Greenbrier and surrounding area.

For more information on your lodging options please visit the Mountains of Opportunity Conference website. 

All images sourced from The Greenbrier.

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