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Bikepath Bed and Bath

Paw Paw WV
109 Winchester St

Bikepath Bed and Bath is located approximately 0.4 mile from the C&O Canal Trail, in Paw Paw WV

Seasonal: April - October

FREE internet, device charge, and use of Kitchen.

Fully licensed, Health Dept. inspected, clean, safe, and sane

Emergency assistance always available


Pet friendly

Free laundry
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Bikepath Bed and Bath in Paw Paw
Chad E Lavender from Dixonville, PA on 06/14/2018 04:38 PM:
Has anyone stayed here? If so, what was your experience?

Bikechick from Shepherds town on 07/26/2018 08:17 AM:
Sorry this is so late. But I stayed there in 2016. Great experience! Owner is a canal steward and wonderful host! I plan to stay again.

Christopher Ormsby from Toronto on 07/26/2018 07:36 PM:
Nothing fancy, but Dan makes a great host, and a better breakfast.

bobthebuilder from Cleveland Ohio on 07/26/2018 09:49 PM:
We just completed the C&O and Gap on July 21st. Couldn't find lodging in Paw Paw so stayed in Little Orleans at the Hilltop Inn. 6 miles of the trail but they have a great shuttle service. By far the highlight of our trip. Don't miss this place!

Don from Dyer on 07/27/2018 11:48 AM:
I stayed at Three Otters in that area. They will canoe you from the path across the river to their property and back. They were very friendly and accommodating. www.threeotters.com

Rich And Samantha kros from Stevensville md on 09/15/2018 10:22 PM:
HEY Dan wanted to give you shout out after peddling from Cumberland to paw paw we stopped. all the camping areas mostly closed stopped at BIKEPATH bed and bath I've met a lot fine folks over my 65yrs but this guy was great. had to detour to 84marker he transported us last thing he told me was the adventure starts here he was spot on 2hrs to go 2 miles trail covered with 4" of muck and downed trees 5hrs to Sheppards town something my granddaughter will always remember. I'm sure to go back soon thanks Mr.Dan