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The Town's Inn

179 High Street

The Town's Inn is located approximately 0.3 mile from the C&O Canal Trail, in Harpers Ferry WV

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The Town's Inn in Harpers Ferry
Brian from Rockville on 06/29/2020 09:18 AM:
Caution- the pedestrian bridge is closed down because of a train derailment. Make sure it has reopened before planning to stay here on your trip!

The Town's Inn in Harpers Ferry
Jack from Milwaukee, WI on 05/30/2013 12:25 PM:
Stopped by Harpers Ferry last month while on the C&O. Rooms over the Town’s Inn Tavern/Restaurant were available; the other building appeared to be shut down and “For Sale”.

Carl from Baltimore on 04/12/2014 03:00 AM:
Was going to stay at the Town’s Inn this trip; however they no longer offer the hostel style lodging for $33 a night. Everything has gone high-end B&B; $120 to $160 for a room. No thanks went up the hill to the Tea Horse Hostel instead for under fifty bucks!

The Town's Inn in Harpers Ferry
Swagman from LaGrange, GA on 01/11/2013 10:52 AM:
Very quaint and charming place, however, I am sorry to report it has a bed bug infestation as of spring 2012. Best seek lodging else ware.

karen cooper from cotati ca on 06/05/2013 11:16 AM:
oh crap, I just made a reservation here...she has remodeled the Heritage House so I hope the new beds are free of bugs....ughhh, can you actually see the bugs?
how did you deal with this?
i wonder if I need to cancel, we are not going there until Sept and I had a lengthy chat with the owner who seems very nice and accomadating

Roy from Middletown, OH on 06/05/2013 03:11 PM:
Stayed at the Tea Horse Hostel in Harper's Ferry June 2012...was a hostel after all but very friendly, talkative group night I stayed. Beds clean w/mattresses covered in plastic, very friendly owner.

The Town's Inn in Harpers Ferry
Dana from Arizona on 09/11/2012 10:29 AM:
It is great to stay right in the heart of Harpers Ferry. Nice rustic inn-great restaurant. But you have to be able to carry your gear and bike up a stair case to get over the bridge--so be warned.

YellowBird from NJ on 10/17/2012 07:42 PM:
I hated this place... it was not clean. Shower curtain had mildew. Cobwebs at ceiling. Rugs had not been vacuumed. Windows dirty. Innkeeper was ditzy -- room wasn't ready. Gave me key to another room. That wasn't ready either. Ran out of several menu items in restaurant portion. Pepper shaker was sticky... the whole place just gave me the heebie jeebies and not because it was old.

As for the elevated walkway to get over to Harper's Ferry -- be very careful in the morning especially if it's dewy... I slipped and fell, even though I knew how slippery it was.