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Timberline Four Seasons Resort, Davis

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It attracts expert skiers who really care about good quality terrain and snow conditions, including large swathes of the Washington D.C. and West Virginia ski contingent who understand that Timberline is as close as they can get to Solitude, Utah or Vermont in the Southeast.
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  • Absolutely horrible company, let me tell you why. Also note, WE PAYED IN FULL IN ADVANCE. Day one of our vacation was a Thursday. Check in at 3pm. We arrive to find that our 8 bedroom that sleeps 24 h...  more »
  • A great place to stay. Had enough space for up to 10 people. very comfortable home with good views and reasonably priced for the off season.  more »
  • This is undoubtably the most understated resort near Davis West Virginia The scenery is breathtaking Tons of Boy Scouts and Ski and Snowboarding activities and hikes that are beyond breathtaking....  more »
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  • Pretty good variety of trails open even though it was like 50 degrees Fahrenheit outside. The food from the lodge was also surprisingly cheap! Stay away when they're blowing snow. The machines make it impossible to see as you're coming down the runs and you end up covered in ice very quickly.
  • Great service and slopes! Conditions always seem to be enjoyable. However the prices are double a nearby resort, Canaan Valley, which is an equally nice if not better resort. Timberline does have street cred though, as it is an ancient place. The buildings and lifts are somewhat outdated.
  • The main lodge is pretty run down and the cafeteria wasn't appealing at all. But, it's a ski place so it gets a minimum of three stars simply because I love to ski. The ski school did a great job with my daughter. If there were a separate rating for that I'd give it a 4 or 5 star rating. She enrolled in the all day mountain academy and her instructor was patient with her without giving her easy excuses to avoid things that were tricky or hard for her to learn (such as getting up when you fall down).
  • Absolutely horrible company, let me tell you why. Also note, WE PAYED IN FULL IN ADVANCE. Day one of our vacation was a Thursday. Check in at 3pm. We arrive to find that our 8 bedroom that sleeps 24 had a broken well. Zero water in the entire home. We had 20 guests arriving that night and the next morning to celebrate a huge birthday party for my grandfather. We called the emergency number and they said they would send a plumber. Nope, they sent an HVAC guy who immediately said he couldn't help. (meanwhile, the neighbors were out of town so these awful unprofessional people unlocked the HOME of NON RENTAL PROPERTY to let us use their bathroom. We were careful and clean but I would be livid if this company let strangers into my home. The second house we stayed in was also for sale and had been staged. ) They found us a small house with 4 beds to sleep in that night by 9pm. I had driven 13 hours with a toddler. We were exhausted. Additionally, we had already filled both refrigerators with food and our luggage. So we had to unpack and then put it all in the smaller house so we could make dinner. The food was perishable. At this point, Timberlines complete unhelpfulness told us our only option was to take the small 4 bedroom house or go home. This house couldn't support 4 cars, let alone the 13 that were coming. They told us they had NO homes that had enough space for us. The next morning we go to the rental office 9am, when they open. They're all just laughing and carrying on like their tenants weren't suffering. They say they're sending the plumber out to be there at 10am. We have to leave the 4 bedroom, go back to the waterless house and wait. Unpacked pur perishables into this house again. Of course, our plans of waking up and seeing Dolly Sods and other attractions didn't happen because 10:30 rolls around and WE CALL back timberline to find it'll be 12:00 before the plumber arrives. Oh great, more time in a house with no water and no bathrooms just waiting around. They call around 11:15am and say "we just found an alternative house, come grab the keys, check it out and let us know if that works for you." I very clearly ask, "we will not have to pay the difference, correct?" and she says that while its a much nicer house, we will not pay the difference. So driving back and forth so many times down horribly kept roads, i took pictures. Blowing gas, we go check out this place. It's perfect. The "we have no houses that size" excuse quickly became evident they were lying. Lying because it was a much nicer house. See my aunt used to work for them...they're supposed to go check EVERYTHING the day of to ensure its working. They're supposed to wait around for the plumber. They're supposed to find us a replacement home. Not us. With our little reception we manage to get a text to the waterless house and tell them to pack! AGAIN. We stop off at Timberline to confirm and they say "oh no i meant that if the plumber can't fix the other (waterless) house" or i like to call the wasp invested bug hotel. So back there i finally speak with the plumber who says it'll take at least 24 hours to fix. All what we ALREADY knew because we saw inside the tanks and they were empty, so even with a quick fix the time it would take to refill would be forever. Something they should have known. Finally they say move into the nicer, big enough house that they were keeping secret. Our vacation didnt start until late Friday evening and our check out was a hard 10am Sunday. Refund? Credit? Apologies? Yep, $149 refund when half our vacation was STRESS STRESS AND WAITING. We paid over $2,500 up front. These people are the most unprofessional garbage I've ever met. My whole family is from the area and we used them because they could find us a house big enough for our celebration. NEVER EVER AGAIN.
  • Slept in the bunk houses and was here for the whole weekend. It was a lot of fun. Good skiing. Good friends. Amazing workers.