Twice in the last four years my wife and I stayed at the Joseph Rohrbach Inn. Both times have been wonderful experiences. The hospitality shown by Joanne and Paul were absolutely wonderful as were the breakfasts served by Joanne. On our second trip we were accompanied by our Grandson, who was 4 at the time. We stayed in the newly finished separate outbuilding that allowed him to be himself and not bother the other guests. He referred to it as the "Little House". Joanne and Paul welcomed him as they welcomed us. When we are in or around Sharpsburg, we will always stay at the Joseph Rohrbach Inn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Sharpsburg landmark since 1804, historic ambiance with all modern amenities at the heart of the Antietam Historic Area. The privacy of a hotel with the charm, grace and comfort of a B&B. ... more less