Beverly Businesses

Featured Business - Beverly's Escape Room!

1841 Randolph County Jail is site for the Jail House Escape Room! Enter into a cave to see if you can figure out how Dick Rattlebrain escaped. It costs $20 per person and around 4-5 people can fit in the room at once. You have one hour to solve the puzzles. The escape room is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 1-4. Guests must make an appointment a week in advance. Good luck!

This space was the location of the 1841 Randolph County Jail. The jailer and his family would have lived in the front half of the building while the inmates lived in the rear half. Female inmates and those deemed violent were held on the second floor. Violent inmates were held in a metal cage. It would continue to operate as the jail until around 1912, when the County Jail would move to Elkins. At that point, the 1841 County Jail would turn into a private residence. Extensive renovations were done during that time. It was then purchased by Historic Beverly Preservation and exterior preservation would begin a few years later. In 2021 interior preservation began on the Jailer’s Office Exhibit and Escape Room spaces.

Businesses Listing

Angela’s Clipper Shack – Men’s and Boy’s Haircuts

Monday-Thursday 8am-4pm



Blossom Village Flower Shop – Silk/artificial floral arrangements



Historic Beverly Antiques – Antique & Vintage Items, Civil War Items, books and more

Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm (or call for an appointment)



Laura Jackson Arnold House AirBNB – This beautiful historic home on Main Street was owned by Laura Jackson Arnold, sister of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, and lived here at the time of the Civil War with her husband Jonathan and three children. Complete whole-home rental.


Lemuel Chenoweth House AirBNB – Stay on the second floor of this 1856 home complete with bedroom, bathroom, and kitchenette.


Mi Fiesta – Mexican Restaurant

Tuesday-Saturday 11am-8pm



Penny Pincher’s Paradise – Variety Store

Monday – Friday 9am-2pm, Saturday 9am-3pm



Randolph County Museum – Historic artifacts from Beverly and Randolph County

Free admission. Open seasonally.


The Rusty Spinner – Fly fishing ties, military surplus, and new old goods