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The Town’s Inn

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Total Employees : 10-50
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Monthly Visitors : under-10k
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175 179High Street, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425, USA
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My friends, my dog and I stayed for two nights in the friendship room. The room was very clean and the self service kitchen upstairs was very useful It was an amazing experience. I don't care what GORDON says lol. Karen (the owner) was a fantastic host. We will most definitely be returning.
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leon janusz
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This was my second stay here. It is a very quaint, old building. And with that comes not the newest facilities. However, our room and the bathroom was clean, the bed was super comfortable, and we had plenty of blankets and towels for the weekend. You can't beat the location as it sets right in the middle of town! Glenda, the manager, was so cheerful and helpful. It was a pleasure speaking to her and she couldn't do enough for us. We will stay at the Town Inn again!
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Susan G Snyder
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Great location a short walk from the Amtrak station (we traveled by train) and across the street from a good restaurant (The Rabbit Hole - great list of local brews on tap, and the cheddar burger is to die for!). Glenda made us feel right at home. The Appalachian Room was clean and comfy. Only one minor negative: The high-walled tub was not easy for us 60-somethings to climb in and out of. But this place is definitely on our "Return" list and have already recommended it to several friends.
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Michael Dimock
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See the review by Bruce Parks if you want my view written and photographed better. Super charm, homey, we had three bicyclists in a three bed room with the half bath down the hall and shower in the adjacent building. They did our laundry for a very reasonable price. We watched the sun set from a cool porch, ate across the street, and had breakfast in. If you wanted, you can also have dinner in. They have every ingredient, you do most of the cooking yourself, they clean up. We grabbed a few oranges and bagels for our lunch and really enjoyed the place. Go there if you love charm and quirk and super old charming buildings.
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Henry Murphy
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I really wish that it was possible to respond to other reviews. Calling a private Inn at 12 in the morning and expecting answers regarding accommodations? Are you serious? The lunatic who gave suggestions to the old staff based on having watched a TV show? Yes, you recognize mental illness because you suffer from it. This isn't the most luxurious or convenient Inn, but the staff is extremely accommodating and the location is amazing. To the guy who gave a laundry list of suggestions to a staff that is no longer here (the Gordon Ramsey episode was filmed in 2017), kick rocks and invest in some much needed therapy. To the two reviewers who clearly know each other that called at 12 AM, please leave your number in your review next time so we can all take turns calling you in the early morning hours. Dope.
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Glenn Wall
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Amazing central location in the heart of one of the most charming towns in America. Within 4 minutes walk of everything in town. Charming, unique and...
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Laddie C.
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Second time staying here, such a fun place to stay and enjoy Harper's Ferry!! The staff is so nice and genuine and make you feel at home. Will definitely...
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John P.
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A thoroughly delightful and quirky inn. It is more like a bohemian hostel with rooms that have both private and shared bathrooms available, common areas...
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Bruce P.
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Our family stayed in the 1820s Suite for 1 night. 2 adults, a 19 year old and an 11 year old. We absolutely loved it! It was super unique and unlike what you'll experience at a boring run of the mill hotel. There is so much history in this building. We enjoyed exploring, marveling over the architecture and sleeping comfortably. There were plenty of heaters throughout the suite as well as blankets, books and games. We really enjoyed our stay and we plan to come back again. The reception area/cafe with lots of self-serve items was awesome. The owner, Karan, was so pleasant to speak with, was very knowledgeable about the area and genuinely cared about us having a nice stay. If you're looking for a fancy 5 star hotel, this is not the place. If you want an awesome, historic building that is comfortable and safe. You can't go wrong while staying in Harpers Ferry.
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sherib644
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Food was subpar, but thankfully this area is surrounded by great restaurants in walking distance. Rooms felt cramped and I didn’t like the defensive nature of owner. Nice room though. Beautiful area, but you’d be better off at the Clarion or Quality a few blocks away.
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--*Multi-generational family travelling*-- The 1820's Suite--We've stayed nearby before, but staying IN TOWN was a whole new experience. Waking up and walking out onto the patio right to high street was such a treat with the morning light. I loved being able to disconnect as there was no T.V. or phone in the room. Because we had kids (8 & 12), I was happy to be on the bottom floor because the kids aren't the quietest, but this place is so family-friendly! There are games in the room like pictionary, checkers, mancala, etc. But outside, there were cornhole boards and a tether-tennis game that fit perfectly in the front space, and the kids had a blast. If you've ever traveled around Europe, this place has that same vibe and we loved it! Karan and Glenda were incredible hostesses and were a goldmine of information & conversation. I love the kitchen setup! The marketplace has just about anything you'd need and you can take over the kitchen to cook whatever your heart desires. My kids joked about making a cake, and the ladies said we could if we wanted to and how other people HAVE! She said as long as the hard stuff was scraped, they would take care of the dishes. The location could not be beat; up the hill is the churchyard and Jefferson Rock, and below is the river and train tracks. It's even a neat place just to sit and peoplewatch from if your legs have had it with all the hills/stairs. The kids were ecstatic to find the bunkbed, and my mom said the daybed was really comfortable. My kids got into a spat before bed one night so my daughter moved to the couch and said it was really comfy too! The main, big bed was firm, and there were plenty of blankets to keep everyone cozy. The bathroom was a step down into an old hallway that was closed off, and a wet bathroom put in, which was really neat and super clean. There was an inner staircase for us to go up to the kitchen/reception for our coffee/tea, and the kids loved spotting the old-style keys along the staircase.
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Cute and quaint inn on the main Harpers Ferry drag. Walkable to everything. Glenda the host was very helpful. Our room was cozy and comfortable. Plenty of restaurants nearby along with the train station. Parking pass is ideal although there is street parking too.
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KADNap
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A bit quirky but a great location, clean and the staff could not have been kinder or more considerate. Glenda was particularly wonderful. Every room is unique. We enjoyed sitting out front and people watching in the morning and watching the sunset in the evening.
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