I recently visited Harpers Ferry for the off season. Having never been there before, my friends and I opted to stay at the Econo Lodge rather than one of the more expensive B&Bs in town. The rooms were clean and neat. They included a microwave and mini-fridge and had plenty of room for three of us to spread out. The woman at the desk when we checked in was incredibly nice and helpful when we asked for some info about the area and how to get around. Because it's located right along a busy road, some road noise can be heard, but a TV or AC/fan unit will drown that out easily. Breakfast was limited, but reasonable (cereal, bagels, coffee, juice, stuff to make egg sandwiches). The hotel is convenient to the AT and Loudoun Heights trails accessible across the bridge. Since it was the off season, we drove into town and parked at the train station. In nicer weather, a walk in along the river would be incredibly easy and a wonderful alternative. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone interested in visiting Harpers Ferry.