Originally built the in the 1930s as part of a 700 acre farm, the Barn was renovated into a house in the early 2000s by the one and only Jay Moglia. It soon became a home base for cycling teams and enthusiasts who love training in the mountains of West Virginia.
As the Barn's popularity expanded, it came to include family reunions, weddings, work retreats, and weekend getaways.
The Barn has become a familiar landmark and vacation rental in Hardy County over the last 14 years. It is a special place to a lot of people.
A stay at the Lost River Barn is one to remember.
Sitting atop Branch Mountain near the Lost River State Park, The Barn enjoys some amazing views of the Appalachian Mountains.
Situated in Hardy County a few miles from the Lost River State Park, The Lost River Barn is a 5 Bed, 3-1/2 Bath converted barn that sleeps 18. Ideal for cycling groups, yoga enthusiasts, family reunions, and weekend getaways.
The Loft Area is a large Rec room with additional sleeping for 8, a small stage, gaming table, gas stove, and more. A perfect place for the groups to spend time.