We rode 30 miles on the trail from whites ferry and stayed the night at the inn. What a great place very rustic and clean. We really enjoyed it and would highly recommend this place!
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My Husband and I stopped in to grab a meal before going on the ghost tour down the street. We both ordered the filet mignon and it was probably the best steak we've ever had. The food was great, the waitress was great. The room...More
We were staying at the Town's Inn hotel. Arriving late at the hotel Karan, the owner of the hotel, suggested we go eat first before the restaurant (which is owned by her son) closed. We were quickly seated in the outdoor seating area at the...More
Food was very salty, tomato bisque and French fries were uneatable. Asparagus soup was good. Mac and cheese had ham in it even though not stated on the menu. Quaint atmosphere.
I contemplated staying here after watching Gordon Ramsey's makeover in his Hotel Hell series, but still recovering from a broken knee cap, I felt that staying on the 3rd floor with a bathroom on the 2nd was not a good idea. The next best thing...More
My friend and I were going on the ghost tour at 7:45 pm, and did not realize that all the eateries closed at 5pm. We stopped in there little grab and go cafe. We were met by a friendly young man who made us two...More
We had a delightful time on the patio of the restaurant. We were able to watch people walking up and down the hill to the main part of Harper's Ferry. Our snack was delicious. Our only negative was that we could not be served beer...More
Came here around 5 on a Saturday after being ignored at the restaurant across the street. We decided to sit inside, which was fine, just a little loud from another group. Menu is a little pricey, but portions are huge! I ordered the bagel French...More
16 oz bottle of water cost $3.07 we didn't buy anything else! Everything was over priced! I was committed to the water because I had already opened it before I knew how much it was.