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We just returned from our first visit at the Murphin Ridge Inn. From the minute we checked in to the moment we left we felt very valued as a customer. The owners were very friendly and accommodating. The food was phenomenal! We stayed in one...More
Both were in abundance when we stayed at Murphin Ridge Inn and hiked in near-by Edge of Appalachia Preserve. So quiet and peaceful as we sat on the front porch and watched deer move in and out of the surrounding woods, indigo bunting and bluebirds...More
My husband and I stayed at Murphin Ridge Inn last July (2014) right after our civil wedding. We really liked the place. Dinner was fantastic. They delivered our breakfast to our cabin (number 9).
The owner asked us whether we'd like to book a room...More
Why go south to Tennessee for a cabin vacation when West Union offers the same and it's a scant hour and a half away!
The inn rooms are charming B&B affairs, but the cabins are where the fun truly is. Cozy, and comfortable, the cabins...More
We love Murphin Ridge Inn, very calming to my spirit and the nature sightings are wonderful! Staff is very friendly and competent, always feel welcome there. One of our favorite spots! Usually go there twice a year!
Not too much actually. There is a Native American Mound very close, which is interesting. The foot tour and the small museum could take about 3 hours tops. There is a great little coffee shop, The Green Beanery and of... More
Not too much actually. There is a Native American Mound very close, which is interesting. The foot tour and the small museum could take about 3 hours tops. There is a great little coffee shop, The Green Beanery and of course several Amish stores. That is about all in the area. I do believe once you are at Murphin Ridge you will not feel to much of a need to leave. It is so peaceful and relaxing. Give the Shuffle Board a try !