The house then passed through the possession of several Chambers decedents before being recognized along with the rest of the Matewan Historic District by the National Register of Historic Places in the 1970s. It was then bought by the town in the 1980s and went up for auction. In the early 2000s, the residence was purchased by Dave and Ellen Hatfield and underwent mild renovations, joining it with the former Chambers store with care taken to preserve as much of the original design as possible, with the end result being a fully-functioning bed and breakfast, renamed the Historic Matewan House Bed and Breakfast. The facility, in accordance to Matewan's Turn the Town Around endeavor which seeks to draw tourism to the area, works to preserve and promote the town's history. The owners, Ellen and Dave, offer a Hatfield & McCoy tour each day at 9am which take guests though the history of the feud's events, impact, and legacy in Matewan. The tour also features parts of the Hatfield & McCoy ATV trail as part of the business's accommodation of trail riders who make up the majority of tourists in the area.
The business's focus on history is also apparent in the design of each of the rooms available to rent within it, each of which is significant to Matewan's history. These themed rooms include the Almost Heaven and Mountain rooms, which features decor meant to emphasize the natural elements of the state, the Coal Room and Railroad rooms which reflects the impact of the mining industry in both Matewan and WV, the Hatfield & McCoy room, the Matewan room, and several more general cabin rooms as well as two suites. The business is open 24/7 and is always accepting new visitors.