Wander and Unwind

Tucked away among the unspoiled, rolling hills of West Virginia, Sunny Pointe is set amidst a pristine, operating farm of 600 acres.

Wander and Unwind

Welcome To Sunny Pointe

Enjoy a night or a week at Sunny Pointe Guest House! Sunny Pointe is set amidst a pristine, operating farm of 600 acres that is owned by John and Sue Ann Spiker. It boasts peaceful views of rolling hills and mountain meadows where you can wander and unwind. Tucked away among the unspoiled, rolling hills of North Central West Virginia just four miles from I-79, Exit 105, Sunny Pointe is a tastefully appointed 1800’s farmhouse.

Whether you’re looking for an intimate getaway for two or a relaxing celebration with family or friends, a family reunion, a private retreat, a small reception or just some “down-time”, Sunny Pointe provides a perfect setting as each season brings a renewed beauty for our guests to enjoy. We specialize in amazing sunset views and offer a perfect antidote for stress, crowding, traffic and noise. As a non-hosted Guest House, you have the place all to yourself to enjoy at your own pace. To ensure your tranquility, there are no telephones or televisions.

Rate: $375/night

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Comfy Accommodations

With six bedrooms and ten beds, Sunny Pointe can accommodate up to eighteen people.

Modern Amenities

With a modern full-sized kitchen and two full baths, groups can feel at home in this space.

Rustic Touches

Sunny Pointe is tastefully appointed 1800’s farmhouse that was renovated and preserved in 2003.

Picturesque Setting

Sunny Pointe is set amidst a pristine, operating farm of 600 acres.

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Family Friendly
Kitchen Facilities
Cleaning included
Fast Communication

John and Sue Ann Spiker, owners of Sunny Pointe Guest House, welcome you and are pleased to have you as our guests. We hope that you will enjoy your stay with us. The guest house was lovingly and painstakingly renovated with your comfort in mind. Please treat it as such so that other guests may use and enjoy it also.

Quiet Comfort Awaits

Sunny Pointe Guest House

About Us

Sunny Pointe is owned and operated by John & Sue Ann Spiker, natives of Jane Lew, West Virginia. They purchased the farm in 1978 and began farming. With the farm, their family, and other responsibilities, the guest house was neglected. It had actually gotten so run down that they considered storing hay in it! Instead, they started the six year renovation of the house in 1999.

Sunny Pointe wasn’t officially opened as a guest house until 2007, when John & Sue Ann noticed that there was such an interest in the peace and tranquility that Sunny Pointe offers. They just thought of it as “home”.

John is a veterinarian, auctioneer, farmer & jack-of-all trades. He enjoys raising the chickens in the lot connected to the guesthouse and making fresh maple syrup off the farm. Ask him about it and you just might find some on the front porch at some point during your stay.

Sue Ann was an art teacher and all around “handy woman.” Don’t be surprised to see her in one of her many arguments with a weed eater, playing with one of her six grandchildren or off riding her horse, Stonewall, during your stay.

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