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The Angler's Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed August 19, 2013

What a wonderful B&B experience my girlfriend and I had! We were on the C&O trail and stayed here our first night. Other then the face that we had to climb spiral stairs with fully loaded bikes and then climb a 3/4 mile steep hill after 60 miles of pedaling...well, it was worth it. We were welcomed warmly, given a nice secure place for our cycles, and some great local tips on where to eat (Go to the Canal House...amazing place). The bed was super comfortable and we got a great nights sleep. The breakfast was absolutely gourmet and the other guests were delightful. We were so engaged, we got a late start on day 2 of our ride...but for good reasons. We plan on coming back just to say here for a romantic getaway.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 18, 2013

I'll start with the worst part...the hill coming back from town....haha. About 10-15 min back up the 1/2 mile hill after you have dinner. Take your time and enjoy the various old houses along the way.

We made our reservations late and ended up with the Wager Room, which is the only one without a on-suite bathroom. You do have your own bathroom, it's just across the hall and for your use alone. While I did not mind this, some people might.

There were three other couples staying here at the same time but the place did not feel crowded. Deb the hostess made everyone feel welcome and was very attentive to everyone's needs.

Coffee and hot tea were available starting at 7:30 am and breakfast began at 8:30am. Both days they breakfast was great.

The beds was a queen but short. I'm 6ft 1in and my feet were hanging off the end. I grew up with a bed like this so it wasn't too awkward.

Dinner is walking distance to town, or you can drive to Shepardstown for a better meal.

Overall a great place to stay.

Room Tip: Book at least three weeks early
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 12, 2013

This was our first time to Harper's Ferry, and to the Angler's Inn. We loved both! We stayed in the room on the first floor. It was beautiful, quaint, with a private bath and sitting room. The bedroom opened to a lovely private back porch where we could sit and have tea and cookies. The bed was very comfortable and we had a quiet, peaceful nights sleep. Our room opened directly to the dining room, which was fine, we were not bothered by any noise. There are more rooms upstairs that we did not see.
Breakfast was excellent! Debbie paid attention to little details to make it special, and she was very helpful answering our questions and offering suggestions about the town. We would go back in a heartbeat.
I can think of no negatives. The Angler's Inn has charm and character, as do many of the older Inns where we have stayed.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 28, 2013

My husband and I travel several times a year and this was our third stay at a B&B. Each successive time has been better than the last but if you're like us and typically stay in 4 star hotels, manage your expectations because this is a quaint old home and you might find it a bit of a let down. The room we stayed in was large but the furniture was all miss matched and gave me the feeling of being crowded. The bed (king size) was comfortable with lovely high quality cotton sheets. The room had a small sitting area off the bedroom which was an added bonus but the floor appeared to slant downwards bit. However, with old homes, uniqueness is to be expected. We had our own bathroom (also an added bonus) with an old claw foot tub. The water pressure in the shower was wonderful but if you have problems with balance, use caution since the top of the tub is several inches higher than today's models and could be a challenge getting in and out of). Both the bedroom and bath were spotless. We also found the innkeeper very helpful. The highlight for us was the breakfasts! They were delightful and you won't walk away hungry.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 28, 2013

I stayed at the Angler's as part of our bike ride on the C&O Canal. The only negative is that you have to climb a hill to get there. But....it is worth it! Debbie's hospitality, the comfortable rooms and best of all, the wonderful breakfast (homemade breads, omelets made to order, etc.) make the final pedal strokes worth it. Debbie was very accommodating, providing us with an early breakfast so we could head out a bit earlier on the next leg of our journey. Fantastic, all around!

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Brian W
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