The historic Paradise Row cottages are some of the original guest residences at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
These attached cottages made of brick were the best accommodations offered at the resort in 1932, and today these multi-bedroom units are comparable to the suites in the hotel. Of course, these historic cottages have all the modern conveniences. Still, they have not been significantly altered and look much like they always did on the exterior.
They were called Paradise Row since they were the best of the best, but according to legend, it was because they were units for honeymooning couples.
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March 19th, 2023
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