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The Town's Inn

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Deze plek is al over de locatie. Het ligt op een prachtige plek.
De eigenaar en het personeel zijn allemaal erg behulpzaam en vriendelijk, de wifi is goed en ik heb genoten van de vergadering op de voorzijde van het hotel heen te kijken.
Op zijn zachtst gezegd, deze plek is eigen
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Antwoord van karantownsend, Owner bij The Town's Inn
Gereageerd op 29 jul. 2017
The Inn (circa 1840) has been deliberately & carefully established & maintained to reflect the unique geography, history, & architecture of the Town & to serve the inn-credible guests. The Inn (which consists of two 3-story stone buildings) serves guests by providing lodging (7 unique guest rooms), dining (a cafe open daily from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. & a bistro), shopping (gifts, toiletries, re-supply items, & much more) — so the Inn is unique (or “quirky,” depending on how “quirky” is defined :) The unique features of the Inn are a function of the context of the Inn. Geography: 1 block from the confluence of the Potomac & Shenandoah rivers… History: center of the historic market district of Harpers Ferry Architecture: adjacent to the Harpers Ferry Historic National Park, a living history village in which the “shops” are museums Guests: generally families, bicyclists, hikers, history-lovers, & other individuals & groups seeking healthy, historical recreation & relaxation Cleanliness: dust from the walls of Harpers Ferry Field Stone & dirt from guests who enter the Inn after a day on the rivers & trails, bringing with them dust from the outdoors. Daily cleaning is thorough! The slate tile bathrooms are even sanitized with a steamer. Clutter: 1850-style Cafe & Shoppe that resemble an 1850 country store filled with carefully selected, high-quality items needed & desired by patrons. Visitors often ask me if the Inn is a real inn or a museum when they walk from the balcony (which has a superb view of the confluence of the rivers) into the Reception Hall & stop at the little nook near the front door that contains an antique desk & hutch that serve as my office. The Inn (which is my home) is rather like a “museum” that reflects my old-fashioned character & lifestyle but is more like an old-fashioned country store — and just about everything in the Inn is for sale, including the baskets. The reviewer asks: “Why oh why did we have about 50 wicker baskets (for sale) in our room but no wardrobe?!” The baskets are used for picnics that we prepare, gift baskets that we sell, catering, organizing, & much more. The “unique” wicker, wood, & metal baskets are functional art that captures the character & lifestyle of centuries past. The baskets are displayed in the Friendship Room because the glass shelves that were placed on the cement ledge against the back wall were empty & because no other place in the Inn was available to store the baskets. The Friendship Room does not have a wardrobe because the room is filled with other necessary items, such as a queen bed, day bed, sofa, chair, coffee table, fridge, microwave, etc. Plenty of hooks & a hatrack effectively serve the purpose of a wardrobe. Candid comments, complaints, & kind words from guests are welcomed, encouraged, & appreciated — but some comments make me wonder exactly what my guests would want me to change in order to change their 1, 2, or 3 rating to a 4 or 5. Given high standards of cleanliness & service ( & comfort & convenience?), one person’s “1” may be another person’s “5.” I hope that future guests find my unique inn appealing, & I welcome hearing from all.
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Mijn man en ik verbleven hier met een ander stel aan het begin van de maand. We fietsten van DC en brachten de nacht voordat terug. Het beste ding over deze herberg is hoe biker vriendelijk de gastvrouw is. Mijn man viel op het parcours en ze liet ons open een nieuwe fles waterst
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Wat een aangename plek om een avond of twee buiten het parcours. Het is op loopafstand van de bij en de ATC. Het gebouw zelf is architectonisch prachtige. De kamers zijn schoon en zeer comfortabel. De gastenslaapkamer hebben is ook schoon en ruim. Het warme water in de douche noo
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Een reservering gemaakt voor de vriendschap kamer. Op de dag van aankomst, we werden verplaatst naar het hostel. De eigenaar aangegeven was er een vorige sanitair probleem, maar het lukte ons te laten weten van tevoren. Het Hostel kamer was erg donker, slechte verlichting en wifi
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Antwoord van karantownsend, Owner bij The Town's Inn
Gereageerd op 2 jul. 2017
The Town’s Hostel is a unique “room” ( actually, “cabin” :) that is rented out as a hostel on the days that it has not been reserved privately by families or other groups for $180-$210. Occupancy in June was 93.7%. Questions / comments about the Hostel are welcomed & encouraged. A description of the Hostel (which adjoins the Friendship Room, $150) addresses & puts into context the comments mentioned in the review. The Hostel consists of the entire 1st floor an 1840 stone home that is literally “between a rock & a river” since it is built into a rock mountain located a block from the Potomac & Shenandoah rivers. The space is partitioned into 3 sections that are lit by 8 lamps, 5 overhead lights, & 2 wall sconces. The only natural lighting is the 2 windows & French door that face the main street of town. The walls are 2-foot thick stone. The floor is concrete. The Hostel is separated from the WiFi router by ceilings of wooden rafters and faux tin. The bathroom is an European-style, slate tile “WC” that was installed (2014) in the passage between the Hostel & the Friendship Room. The clear-water leak in the Friendship was checked by Inn’s handyman when the prior guests checked out at 11 a.m. He could not remedy the problem by check-in at 4 p.m. — so i emailed this guest at noon & offered options. (See email below for details.) Upon arrival, the guest inspected the Town’s Hostel & decided to take this room. The guest did not complain about the room until after she left. The housekeepers have worked for the Inn for several years & are excellent. I apologize if they left empty bottles of toiletries & failed to change the shower curtain liner, which is changed often. I keep extras on the premises & could have changed it. The Hostel is checked regularly by Winchester Environmental Consultants, Inc. for mold, & no problems have ever been detected. Email to the guest sent at noon on the day of arrival: Greetings -- and gratitude for your reservation t the Town's Inn.   The Friendship Room which you reserved is experiencing a leak -- and we've been unable to determine the cause of the leak and fix the problem -- so the floor of the Friendship Room has puddles of water.   I transferred your reservation from the Friendship Room to the Town's Hostel, which is the adjoining room. The price of the Hostel for 4 people would be $180 -- but of course i'll charge you only $150, which is the price of the Friendship Room.   Please let me know if you would like to keep or cancel this reservation -- or discuss other options.
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Mijn vrienden en ik waren gestrand in Harpers Ferry nadat we gevangen in een brute regen storm terwijl fietsen de C&O Canal jaagpad. We hadden niet van plan om de nacht in deze stad, maar kon niet reizen iedere verdere vanwege de weersomstandigheden.

Tegen de tijd dat we naar de
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Alle foto’sReizigerKamer en suiteDinerenZwembad en strandZakencentrum en evenementenruimtes
sleeping area
Cracks in the walls filled with foam.
Unfinished "decor" - frames still have pics that came with them.
More worms in the shower
If we ride Amtrak into Harper's ferry and have no car,.... Where to stay for a night.. B&B preferred? How do we get to lodging with our luggage.. I am a senior and don't walk very well? How do we get from lodging to tour the park?
The Town's Inn is close by but if you need help with the luggage the owner of the hotel may be able to find a solution. The Town's Inn is not a B&B but there is a coffee shop at the hotel that opens at 6am.
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How in the world did this hovel get Certificates of Excellence? That owner seems insane. Bizarre New mgmt? She better not be on site I would walk the whole Trail in a day rather than stay there
Your comment adds little value, might be better off refraining from posting personal insults next time.
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2 rooms w/Handicap accessibility??
Thank you for your inquiry! The two historic ( circa 1840 ) buildings of the Inn are reached from the street by steps. Access to the Heritage House involves 1 step then 6 steps then 2 steps. Access to the Mountain House involves 3 steps then 3 steps then 1 step. The Inn has no access by ramps, but people sometimes carry wheelchairs, baby strollers, bicycles, etc. up the steps, but
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US$ 121 - US$ 151 (Op basis van de gemiddelde tarieven voor een standaardkamer)
Verenigde StatenWest VirginiaHarpers Ferry
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