We’re proud to offer traveler accommodations at our little farmhouse! To check availability just give us a call at 304-439-1145.
We share our farmhouse with a four year old, a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, and a black cat. We are also a live music venue, so we host live music in our home several times each month. During these shows, a stage is setup in the living area and seating is added to the living and dining area. While the dining area is always set back up as a dining space immediately following shows, there are times when the stage remains in the living room. In these instances two club chairs and the stage make up the living space instead of two club chairs and a sofa. See our gallery for photos of both setups.
THE JEFFERSON ROOM
The Jefferson Room, named for President Thomas Jefferson and adorned with a lovely color print of his home Monticello, features a full size bed with firm mattress and memory foam topper, a secretary desk, and access to the second floor covered porch. Antique oak and walnut furniture is complimented with modern painted white pieces. The bathroom with tub/shower combo and heated flooring is located across the hall, but is the designated private bathroom for your stay. Guests also have access to all rooms on the first floor including the library.
HENRY VIII SUITE
We promise you won’t be beheaded. The master suite at McNemar House is named for the original Henry VIII painting by artist Liza Brenner Samples that resides in the room. It boasts a queen size bed with a firm memory foam mattress. Amenities include a flat screen television, access to the second floor covered porch, and private en suite bath with double sinks, make-up vanity, jetted tub, and luxury shower.
This room is our personal master suite which we rent out on a limited basis. It is located on the second floor up a flight of stairs with 17 steps. It’s not a designated guest room so you’ll find a few of our personal belongings in this room; however, we do remove a majority of items for your stay.
THE POP-UP BOOK NOOK
This is what we refer to as a pop-up room because it’s only set up as a guest room part-time. If you have trouble climbing the stairs to our second floor guests rooms, or if you just love books, our library is the place for you. We outfit it with a full size bed with 6″ innerspring mattress for your stay. The room also boasts two cozy window seats and a private en suite bath with walk-in shower. You’ll find an array of books for your enjoyment, and since this isn’t a designated guest room you’ll see some personal photographs and belongings.
Two sliding pocket doors with latch are covered with temporary curtains to give you privacy. We also add temporary curtains to the windows for your stay.
While we do rent out our rooms here at McNemar House, we never intend to be a full-service B&B. We want to focus on cultivating music and the arts in Buckhannon, and that is a tall order in itself. That’s why in the spirit of coming together as a community we are very proud to be partnering with A Governor’s Inn. Our guests have the opportunity to enjoy Charla’s signature five-course breakfast at A Governor’s Inn, only a fifteen minute drive from McNemar House. This breakfast experience is only $20 per person, and we make the reservation for you, so it’s easy! Our rooms range from $69-$169/nightly. Should A Governor’s Inn have no vacancy at their four-bedroom B&B or should you like to stay at McNemar House after a show to avoid nighttime driving, come see us and treat yourself to a first-class breakfast at A Governor’s Inn on East Main Street in Buckhannon the following morning.