Riverrun B&B is where we stayed on our bicycle trip along the C&O from Cumberland to Washington DC. It was ultra convenient as the inn is literally between the 100 feet or so between C&O canal and the Western Maryland Rail Trail! So as soon as you get off the trail, you're "home"! There's also a bike shop nearby in case you need any repairs.
The front door is the WMRT; Canal is at the back door so we were able to wheel our bicycles into the basement which appears to double as a gigantic artist's studio. So it meant our gear was all secure overnight with no hassles whatsoever. Upstairs, the rooms are all unique, each with a private bath.
The inn is a historic building but much of it has been updated so most everything on the inside is all new and clean. Since we were doing the entire towpath, we were quite dirty but that didn't bother the innkeepers at all and they let us use the washer/dryer to clean our clothes. They also have a phone, computer, and high-speed internet available in the common room plus WiFi throughout and we made use of this to set up lodging for the later part of our trip.
The B&B is nicely situated in the middle of downtown Hancock so it was a 5-minute stroll later to walk around and check out the restaurants for dinner. But it's protected from the main street so there's no noise whatsoever which made for a wonderful night's sleep.
The innkeepers are both very nice and very knowledgeable about the area, and gave us recommendations for other things to see and do on our trip that we hadn't seen described anywhere else. In the morning, they made us a hearty breakfast and bade us farewell. We definitely recommend this place!