We were riding the C&O Canal Tow Path from Cumberland to DC, and scheduled our stay at this wonderful Inn and Resturant. It was right downtown in the historical part of Harpers Ferry, close to all the shops and eateries. We booked two rooms and ate Dinner and Breakfast there. Food was good home cooking, and the rooms were very nice. They were what you would see in historic old buildings, full of character and charm. Wood floors everywhere, a wonderful lounge area at the top where you could rest your weary bodies while chatting with friends after a long day on the trail. Karan Townsend is a wonderful Innkeep, and was very occomodating as she did everything in her power to make our stay comfortable. Her staff were great too, as they personally saw to our needs. They also maintain a small sundry's store there in the Inn, so if you forgot something like toothpaste or even socks, you can buy it there. Good thinking!
Their homemade desserts were great. I loved the peach cobler and icecream!
I would recommend this Inn to anyone visiting Harpers Ferry, whether siteseeing, hiking or biking its a great place to stay or eat.