A nice, comfortable place to stay. The rooms are clean, linens and bedding immaculate,the hostess Carrie Ellen was not only personable but a great chef-she will make gluten free (and delicious) breakfasts. Room #2 is the best for the money, a suite with a large renovated bathroom, huge bedroom and sitting room with a balcony overlooking the mountains. #3 is just a bedroom, but spacious enough that you won't feel crowded. Just be aware that the bathroom for #3 is in the hall and right across from #2. If you are over 6'1 you might find the shower for #3 a bit cramped. Beautiful house with large decks for sitting, located right above the town-it's within easy walking distance. I highly recommend this place if you are going to Harpers Ferry for a few days. I have read a couple of reviews talking about the trains--they do go through town all night long, but that is true no matter where you stay in Harpers Ferry so... The beds are huge, with soft, comfortable mattresses and pillows. My wife and I stayed for two nights and restful and refreshing sleep was easy to come by. By all means, check this place out.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Enjoy incredible views of the famous Harpers Ferry Gap from our balconies and decks. Spacious suites with private bathrooms, king sized beds, sitting rooms, and cable. Fire place in the common area. The Ledge House is in Harpers Ferry National Historic Park. Hike the Appalachian Trail, Bike the C&O Canal, Raft the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers. Taste wine country. Inquire about Vacation rentals and short-term rentals. Government per diem honored. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Ledge House & Canal House Cottage Hotel Harpers Ferry
- The Ledge House And Canal House Cottage