A stay at Graceland means easy access to the breathtaking vistas of Monongahela National Forest, championship golf, premier skiing, and the pristine trout waters that make our highlands truly wild and wonderful!
Poised on the hillside of the beautiful campus of Davis & Elkins College, Elkins, WV, Graceland Inn and the adjacent Byrd Center command a twenty-mile view of the scenic mountains and some of the best outdoor activities in the east. Graceland Inn is a beautifully restored Victorian mansion and is currently a premier lodging, retreat and meeting facility. The conference center provides guestrooms and three conferencing areas. The rich heritage of the Appalachian area is within easy access. Come play in the mountains and stay in history.
Our experienced staff will work hard to ensure that your event is memorable for both you and your guests. Our Catering Guide will help you plan your special event, whether on our campus of off-site. You may choose from the suggestions within the guide, create your own menu based on the options we provide, or work with our catering coordinator to custom design a menu to fit your needs.
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Robert C. Byrd Center for Hospitality & Tourism, adjacent to Graceland, provides a large comfortable conference area that will efficiently accommodate 75-100 attendees. The recently renovated establishment also offers 26 additional guestrooms.
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Graceland Inn & Conference Center | Davis & Elkins College
Elkins, West Virginia 26241 | 304.637.1600
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