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This spacious and clean lodging is located right on the C&O Canal Towpath. The hostess is engaging and extremely friendly. We had the whole place to ourselves for the evening which was great. There were bowls of snacks for us and lots of cold water....More
Thank James B
Response from SinclairHamilton, Owner at Riverrun Bed & BreakfastResponded December 19, 2015
Hi James, Sorry you didn't know about the rest of the food available. We had cereal and fruit out for you to take advantage of but in the future I'll make up a menu so that you will know exactly what is available. Also thanks...More
After cycling 51 miles from Shepherdstown, we were glad to easily find this lovely Inn. The owners do not live here, and we had the place to ourselves on a Thursday night. Our room (#1) was very large with twin beds, the mattresses and linens...More
Riverrun is located in Hancock about 60 miles or roughly 1/3 of the way from Cumberland to Washington, D.C. which is a perfect for a 3 day ride covering the entire C & O Towpath. We were met by our host who offered a welcome...More
The rooms were clean and comfortable. This is not the doyle and your grandmother's antiques type of B&B.
They have great snacks. Perfect Common Room and friendly hosts.
Breakfast was a little basic. Bread, hard boiled eggs, and jam.More
Thank daniel k
Response from SinclairHamilton, Owner at Riverrun Bed & BreakfastResponded November 1, 2015
Sorry for the unsatisfactory breakfast and thanks for your kind words about our B&B. I am not sure how you missed out on the rest of our usual breakfast offerings such as: the fresh fruit, cereal, juice, cheese, muffins, toast, coffee and tea but remind...More
If you’re interested in biking the Western MD Rail Trail, this B&B is perfect. Located at an access point midway along the trail, you can choose to bike the entire way or only half. A good bike shop is just down the street if your...More