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1828 Trail Inn Bed & Breakfast

Hancock MD
10 West Main Street

1828 Trail Inn Bed & Breakfast is located on the C&O Canal Trail, in Hancock MD

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1828 Trail Inn Bed & Breakfast in Hancock
Terry from Baltimore on 03/21/2023 01:23 PM:
The question comes up again: Is the 1828 Trail Inn open ? The URL does not work and therefore the info@1828... address does not work.
If the location is open, please let us know how to reach you.

Rivnuts from Homestead,PA on 03/21/2023 05:47 PM:
Should you not get a specific forum member response, you might consider contacting the Hancock, MD Chamber of Commerce whose contact info is on the internet.

Terry from Baltimore on 03/22/2023 02:41 PM:
CORRECTION: 1828 Trail Inn IS in business. They open this year on April 18. The posted phone number DOES get you to them (301-678-7227). I cannot open the website listed on bikecando.com, but the email address is supposed to work: info@1828-trail-inn.com

1828 Trail Inn Bed & Breakfast in Hancock
Joe Decker from Hancock MD on 09/18/2021 04:23 PM:
Just wanted to let everyone know - my wife Carla and I were passed the baton by Bill and Darlene and are doing our utmost to live up to the standards that they created for the 1828 Trail Inn. They are the model [hosts] upon which we base our hospitality. Plus we are availing ourselves of Bill's muffin recipes - available on the website! May your trail be safe, dry, and mostly

Art on 09/18/2021 07:59 PM:
Count us in as massive fans of 1828 Trail Inn and the Deckers. We stayed there last week on our thru hike and we were honestly overwhelmed by the complete authenticity of Joe’s hospitality. As I told Joe, some people are great hosts because they are doing a good job, and then a select few are incredible hosts because it simply is innate.

Joe Decker, you were one of the highlights of our 11 day hike. I honestly feel like my wife and I could have asked for ANYTHING and you would have done everything in your power to accommodate and done so with enthusiasm.

We love you and we love your Inn and I treasure our discussions of your amazing and unique book collection, your ridiculously good breakfast (served in courses) and your numerous kindnesses you extended to us. And baking vegan muffins last minute for us? Amazing.

1828 gets my absolute highest recommendation. We look forward to visiting in October (when we are not destroyed from hiking 185 miles!) and meeting Carla.

Thank you sir, you define hospitality!


Hancock's 1828 Trail Inn
The Fool on the Bike from Pittsburgh on 10/01/2020 08:32 PM:
Darlene, who owns the Inn with her husband Bill, told guests at breakfast that they are putting it up for sale. It needs a younger owner, she said. They plan on retiring in Arizona. I very much enjoyed staying here after riding from Meyersdale -- for the room, use of the washing machine/dryer, the fridge full of Gatorade Zero, and Darlene and Bill's hospitality. She baked cranberry muffins for riders to take along that day, and by the time I neared Brunswick, I was grateful for her thoughtfulness. It's a great place to stay!

Bike traveler from Austin,Texas on 10/03/2020 09:53 PM:
I stayed there last year. It was a comfortable place to spend the night. They were gracious hosts.