Exploring Wheeling, Wva.

The rural paradise of Innsifree Farms is easily accessible to travelers via Interstate 70 where it passes through Wheeling West Virginia, just fifteen minutes from our location.

Families living in the Midwest and East Coast often select Innisfree as a half-way point to meet for reunions and celebrations. We are about an hour from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and only 45 minutes or so from its international airport. Columbus Ohio is about two hours to our West. But historic Wheeling, WV is just down the road.

Wheeling West Virginia has been the capital of two different states, a thriving 19th and 20th century center of industry, and once considered the gateway to the West. It's iconic suspension bridge the largest suspension bridge in the world until the Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1851. Oglebay Park is one the country's best public parks, The downtown district and her neighborhoods have been cited as one of America's best revival stories, and the Wheeling region is deep in American history, going back to the first push into the Western Frontier. Bethany College, West Liberty University, and Wheeling College are all just a short drive away

Things To Do

Oglebay Park

Oglebay Park is often the main reason people come stay with us. Oglebay is a self-funded public park with tons of activities and history. Its renowned Christmas "Festival of Lights" brings travelers from all over the East Coast and even Canada, and its golf courses are first-rate. Their website will tell you more - but we recommend the Good Zoo, a nice dinner or weekend brunch at Ihlenfeld Dining Room, Speidel Golf Course, the Spa at the Oglebaty Lodge, as well as the new ropes course.

Explore Centre Market

The Famous Coleman's Fish Market is an open converted train station filled with art vendors and a variety of local delicacies.

Encircling Colemans are two small streets lined with unique shops and local goods. The area is called Centre Market and is about a 20 minute drive from Innisfree. Some of our favorite stores there are Paradox Book Shop, Puddleducks for esoterica, SMART for science projects and toys, and the Wheeling Brewing Company for local beers and modern food.

The Palace of Gold

The Palace of Gold is perched on a secluded hilltop in West Virginia, the Palace of Gold has the feel of a great, glittery treasure ship that somehow drifted off the set of a Bollywood production. A beautiful religious monument, and a wholly unique experience off a back country road in Marshall County, West Virginia.

Heritage Bike Rail-Trail

The Wheeling Heritage Trails running on the former B&O line are known locally as two trails that connect in downtown Wheeling: the Ohio River Trail and the Wheeling Creek Trail. The route is flat and paved, and beautiful signs along the way provide a self-guided tour of Wheeling’s past.

For more information, visit their website.

Moundsville Penitentiary

Experience historical and paranormal tours in a 19th century gothic prison. Creepy!

Meadowcroft Village

One of the earliest known sites with evidence of a human presence and continuous human occupation in the New World. Open air folk museum and Indian Village.

Famous Local Eats

Figaretti's Italian

Historic traditional Italian family restaurant. We recommend the Lobster Ravioli and a large glass of red wine.

Coleman's Fish Market

Wheeling famous counter serve fried fish sandwich, plus seafood market. Cute shops on the encircling streets.

DiCarlo's Pizza / Patsy's Pizza

"Ohio Valley style Pizza" Crispy crust, square slices, cold cheese. Call ahead. Cash Only. Perrrrrfect.