Silver Airways Brings New Flights To Greenbrier Valley Airport

Silver Airways will begin new flights at Greenbrier Valley Airport (LWB) beginning August 1st. With new passenger service from Washington Dulles (IAD) and Atlanta (ATL), the airline will be expanding its services for those in the region.

These new flights are ideal for members of The Greenbrier Sporting Club who live in these markets, as well as those interested in Real Estate at The Greenbrier. The flights, a schedule of which can be found HERE, can be booked via popular travel booking engines such as Expedia and Travelocity, as well as direct from Silver Airways at

Darrell Richardson, CEO of Silver Airways, says, “We look forward to serving the traveling public in these areas with the same quality air service that customers across our route network have come to expect and trust.”

In both markets, the company will deploy state-of-the-art Saab 340Bplus aircrafts, featuring comfortable seating for 34 passengers, with large, easy-to-access overhead bins, personalized flight attendant service and an active noise reduction system.

New Greenbrier Magazine Now Available

The Greenbrier Magazine was once a quarterly staple of the resort’s outreach to its thousands of guests. Now, after a brief hiatus, the magazine is back in a larger, perfect-bound format, featuring a variety of articles that keep you tethered to what’s happening at the resort.
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5 Steps to a Smooth ARB Process

Doug Balsley, Chairman of the Architectural Review Board, sketches a home idea for new buyers to take home to their architect.

With 11 years of direct experience with The Greenbrier Sporting Club’s Architectural Review Board, Linda Highlander, the club’s ARB administrator over the last 5 years, reveals 5 easy steps to a smooth ARB process. Designing and building your dream house is an extensive process. These easy tips will have you saving time getting approvals, allowing more for measuring the drapes to match your antique heart pine flooring.

1) Familiarize yourself with the Architectural Guidelines (Located Here). Knowing our design philosophy, approved materials, composition, detail & landscaping requirements prior to meeting with your architect will make for a productive first meeting.

2) Go sit on your lot. It can be difficult to visualize a home on a vacant property. Go sit on your lot for a while and discover what views captivate & inspire you—views you want to make sure you incorporate into your home design. Get a feel for your property and all the vignettes, vistas and view corridors it has to offer. The Chairman of the Architectural Review Board can meet you on site to discuss the site and design elements to help jumpstart your process. He can also sketch a rendering to provide your architect. Approved architects can be found here.

3) Use an ARB approved Architect. By using an ARB Approved Architect who is familiar with the ARB Approved Guidelines you will save yourself time and money in potential plan revisions and re-submissions. These architects are experienced in the submission process, are knowledgeable on what the ARB expects to see during the review, and can foresee and avoid design issues that may hold up your review process.

4) Submit Revisions Immediately. ARB requested revisions during the review process should be addressed by you and your architect as soon as possible. You do not have to wait until the next board meeting to re-submit the requested changes and they can be sent to us by your architect electronically for comment and/or approval before your next submission.

5) Post Approval changes MUST be submitted back to the ARB. Please remember that any exterior changes, including landscape, made after your Certificate of Competition has been issued, must be approved by the ARB prior to being implemented. Again, using one of the ARB Approved Architects, Builders or Landscape Designers who know the procedures for these types of Plans Changes insure a seamless and efficient process.

Linda Highlander, ARB Administrator, can be reached at 304.536.5330 or at


Upcoming Summit Soiree Event Will Showcase Greenbrier Summit Village

If you’ve ever wondered what it might be like to live in Greenbrier Summit Village, the Summit Soiree event will be an unparalleled opportunity to put your questions to rest. Bringing together all of the activities that make mountain life so unique, the event will invite guests to take part in hiking, mini golf, basketball and even falconry! In addition to these activities, you’ll have the opportunity to view and explore the finest lots and homes for purchase in West Virginia at the finest resort in the world, The Greenbrier.

The event starts in earnest on Saturday, August 11, 2012 with a hike up Summit Trail. No other land for purchase in West Virginia can give you the kind of landscape vistas you’ll experience while enjoying your time on Greenbrier Mountain.

Horse rides will be available as well to both experienced equestrians and first-timers alike. Guests will have a choice between a simple ride through The Summit neighborhood and a more complex trail ride, depending on comfort and expertise.

This morning’s outdoor activities segue into an open house tour, giving guests the best glimpse into what The Greenbrier Sporting Club lifestyle is all about 3,300 feet above America’s Resort. RSVP for shuttle to the open houses is required as space is limited.

As the afternoon dissolves into evening, the Soiree will kick into high gear, providing live music by The Dueling Fiddlers, beer and cocktail specials, mini golf (one of the more unique benefits of living in our golf course community), and s’mores over the fire pit. A delicious buffet dinner at The Summit Lodge will also be available for those who make an advanced reservation.

Opportunities to take in the rarified air of The Greenbrier Sporting Club’s Summit Village don’t come along every day. The Summit Soiree is your chance to sample the outdoor atmosphere, participate in some exciting activities, enjoy the hospitality, and get a close look at luxurious mountain homes that will take your breath away. Homes to include Summit Village residences 34, 44 and our most recently built homes on lots 19 and 48.

A special room rate to visit The Greenbrier, August 10-12, 2012 is also available for this event by calling our Sporting Club sales office at (888) 906-3416. All interested parties should RSVP by Thursday, August 2 for all activities and room reservations. (space is limited and rooms are not guaranteed; book soon.)

To find out more about The Greenbrier Sporting Club, visit

To learn more about the August 11th Summit Soiree event, visit