The Angler's Inn is a delightful and very pleasant place to stay. This B&B was a one-night stopover on a bike trip along the C&O Canal and Great Allegheny Passage.
The bedroom was rustic but very pleasant. Really, it was a terrific stay: when we arrived, the sideboard was stocked with water, soda and beer; and in the morning, we had a delightful meal of warm peach-blackberry cobbler, quiche and date bread. Debbi is a terrific cook.
That being said, it's a B&B in an old house. The furniture was a little creaky -- it was just me but from the sound I might've had a family of four! -- and with the bathroom across the hall one must always be a little careful.
We were on a bike trip but the Angler's Inn is at the top of an absolutely gigantic hill, and I would probably go all-out to stay at the bottom of the hill if I were doing this trip again by bike. This is no knock on the hotel! I just point this out to future cyclists so that they can see it. If you're coming off the C&O Canal trail to Harpers Ferry, you have already unloaded your bike to carry it up the stairs to the bridge that carries the Appalachian Trail over the Potomac River, and as soon as you finally get back on your bike on the West Virginia side, you're faced with a daunting climb up. At Debbi's urging we stored our bikes on the back patio and I didn't worry about safety... but whew, the hill!
If I had a car, though, I'd stay at the Angler's Inn again.