Stay overnight in a two-story company house when you visit Cass Scenic Railroad. There are 20 houses that will accommodate from 4 – 14 guests.
Originally houses from the turn-of-the-century logging town at Cass, these six-, eight-, ten- and twelve-person cottages have been totally refurbished and feature bathrooms and fully equipped kitchens, television, cooking utensils, tableware, towels, dishcloths and linens. Television and Wi-Fi, but no telephones are in each unit. Houses are heated for winter rentals and two houses are accessible to the disabled.
Open year-round, the houses are rented by the day, up to a maximum of two weeks. Company house rentals run from 4 p.m. Monday to 10 a.m. the following Monday when renting weekly.
Dogs and cats are permitted in designated cottages. Review the pet policy for West Virginia State Parks online or contact the park for information and fees. Leash laws are observed. Reservations are recommended.
House guests staying five nights or more receive two free Cass train tickets to the destination of their choice. Contact the park office for more information about bonus fares.
Telephone Cass Scenic Railroad directly at (304) 456-4300, or by dialing toll free 800 CALL WVA.
The Cass office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Memorial Weekend through October; and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the winter season, and on Sunday’s 8:30a – 12:30p.
When making cottage reservations for four nights or more, a deposit of one half the rental fee is required with the balance due upon arrival; for three nights or less, the full rental fee is required. When reservations are made by telephone and payment is my personal check, you will have 10 days to make payment, unless it is a last minute reservation and a method of guarantee will be requested. In case of cancellations, deposits will be returned (with the exception of a $20 handling fee) if notice is given 30 days in advance or if the cottage can be rented.
Cass now has 20 units available for vacation rentals.
One of the newly opened units is House #262, a former residence for West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company managers, located in the section of town known among locals as "Big Bug Hill". This large, stately home overlooks the depot and Greenbrier River beyond, has 5 bedrooms, and can accommodate 12-16 people.
Cass's historic district dates to 1902, and the park has long been a popular vacation spot for history, railroad, and nature enthusiasts.
Cass Scenic Railroad State Park offers caboose rentals and a wilderness cabin rental.