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Another Chilly Day out there. With Weather like this, 29F we are go glad we finished our Pallet Barn for our chickens. Very soon I will be rebooting my blog. We will be focusing on the winter farm chores. come check it out. 
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Our Pallet Barn (Coopenheimer) now only uses ~30 watts an hour and still has the radio and same amount of light when it was using 380 watts an hour. 30 watts is less then most light bulbs use. Whoo!!! Next on the list Solar or Wind + Marine batteries = Sustainable Barn
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To Mrs Mary Jane Kimble Becker, whom left this world to join her Charlie ( whom left earlier on 6 Aug 2012). We are sadden but also excited for them to begin their next great adventure together. Mary and Charlie were my closest of friends, they will be missed deeply. Not a day goes past when I don't feel our shared memories in my heart.
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122 Grayson-Raleigh-Wythe Historic Turnpike Flat Top, WV 25841
122 Grayson-Raleigh-Wythe Historic TurnpikeUSWVFlat Top25841
(304) 410-0037mavismanor.com
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Mavis Manor is Southern West Virginia Premier Sustainable Farm B&B Retreat. The 1897 Queen Anne Victorian Country Manor situated on 33 acres nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located in the small hamlet of Flat Top, WV, a small town that is also home of Winterplace Ski Resort.
We specialize in Farm to Fork localness. Our growing sustainable farming practics include our flock of 70+ happy chickens. The locally famous   Sylvia Smackers. (She’s a pig! But shh… I’m not sure she knows that yet) On the grounds we focus mainly on permaculture, like our fruit forest, but also include traditional gardening styles as well. What we doesn’t grow on ground we take every possible stride to purchase locally.

We offer an escape from your hectic lifestyle. The guest rooms have smart, eclectic styling, historic southern charm, and 21st century sustainable thinking. Minutes off of I-77, located between Bluefield and Beckley and ideal halfway point from the Great Lakes to the Carolinas
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Meaghan Karaffa
reviewed 6 months ago
My fiance and I had a fantastic experience at the Mavis Manor. We were welcomed instantly upon arrival and given a tour. Our host was was very gracious and accommodating with helping us with directions to places in the area. Also, we had a sound night's sleep followed the next morning by a delicious breakfast of cheesy scrambled eggs and blueberry pancakes with bacon, not to mention the tasty coffee! We sat and talked with Justin for several hours having great conversations about all sorts of topics. Very cool and interesting guy. If we head towards the Flat Top area again, we will be sure to stop by :)
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A Google User
reviewed a year ago
My husband and I stayed here on our wedding night to break up the drive to our honeymoon destination. We had an enchanted night! The innkeeper was kind and welcoming, the atmosphere cozy and beautiful, and the room was absolutely lovely. The Manor is surrounded by beautiful hills and a quiet green yard. the porch swing is perfect for a quiet evening. The breakfast was delicious- and the innkeeper asked us the night before when we wanted it ready! Bacon, eggs, toast, fruit, cereals, bagels, and a wide variety of teas were offered. Also, we were told to help ourselves to snacks in the kitchen anytime!
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Aaron Lutton
reviewed a year ago
My Grandmother went there 9/28/12-9/29/12 with her ladies for the "Red Hat Society". She said " Everybody at the Manor was so gracious to us! The pancakes were to die for! They made zucchini bread that was the best we ever had. We had the "wilderness room" and it was delightful. The bathroom was very spacious. We would recommend the Mavis Manor to anyone looking for a quality Bed and Breakfast.