Bonnie Dwaine Bed & Breakfast has been a fixture in Glen Dale, West Virginia, since 1997. It's just blocks away from the childhood home of country music superstar Brad Paisley!
The elegant dining room is where you will eat breakfast and hopefully meet new friends. The focal point is the crystal chandelier purchased from an antique store in Manhattan.
The Great Room
A wonderful gathering place that features an ecclectic mix of Victorian and modern furniture. Enjoy the artwork on display and ask to hear the player grand piano!
Every grand home needs a library, and the Bonnie Dwaine B&B is no exception. Browse through the shelves or take a look at some family photos. You'll get lost in a good book in no time!
Marx Toy Truck
Just two blocks from the Bonnie Dwaine B&B is the building that was once the Marx Toys factory. Known for their metal doll houses and vehicles, this vintage truck in the library is named for the town where it was built.
In an effort to re-use vintage furniture, this mirror over the entrance fireplace is actually framed by a second mantle mounted on top of the original.
The beautiful wood staircase is one of the few original items left from the house that became the B&B. The young lady on the newel post is always there to light your way.
Stained Glass Window
As you head to your room, check out the stained glass window along the stairs. Commissioned from an artist in Pittsburgh, it features the namesakes of the bed and breakfast, owner Bonnie Grisell and her late sister-in-law, Dwaine.
How old is the foot-powered organ in the main entry? Old enough that candle holders are built in to light the sheet music.
Our backyard gazebo sits just beside the herb garden where we grow a few of our own breakfast ingredients. The gazebo features a swing where you can while away the time during the day.
If you have never visited us before, we look forward to meeting you! If you are a returning guest, it will be wonderful to see an old friend.