The Inn is centrally located in the southeastern portion of Pocahontas County in the small community of Frost, West Virginia. Pocahontas County, is a great place to visit during all four of our seasons. Nestled in a 2600 foot high valley and surrounded by 3500 foot plus mountains, Frost enjoys mild temperatures and low humidity in the spring, summer and autumn and sees its share of winter wonderlands. While there are many things around the farm to entertain yourself with, there are also many fun activities in the surrounding areas.
The stately white farmhouse that opens to the Inn at Mountain Quest has been welcoming guests since 1892, when it was built by Samuel Gibson and quickly became an important social gathering spot for the community. Today, the Inn continues this long tradition of supporting the community, offering special events throughout the year and travelers a peaceful place to relax in a nostalgic setting.
The beauty of nature lures us into the mountains and fields, where we can choose a leisurely stroll or speedier hike. In the morning, the horses, llama and sheep are called into the barn, where visitors can meet and greet our extended family.
Inside, new friends play a game of billiards or block invaders on the old-fashioned Galaga game machine. Others settle into the library couches, exploring the breadth and depth of the imagination. Later that night they will experience the joy of night photography, luxuriate in the hot tub, or enjoy a cleansing sauna.
Rooms & Rates
The Mountain Quest Inn is fashioned to emulate the charming and romantic 1905 farmhouse from which it springs. Each of the Inn guest rooms, or quest rooms as return visitors call them, are uniquely designed to provide a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
Whether you choose a safari, ocean cruise, or retro or rustic experience, your room has been designed to stimulate thought and creativity and provide a unique experience.When choosing a room for your stay at Mountain Quest, inquire with the Innkeeper about the theme and genre of available rooms.