Refurbished and reopened in mid 2010 under new ownership and name, the Inn at Ragged Edge is dedicated to the comfort of our guests. Located on the outskirts of Chambersburg PA, the Inn was built around 1900 by the President of the Cumberland Valley Railroad and is filled with architectural interest. We offer 9 beautiful climate controlled guest rooms with private baths, flat screen tvs and wireless internet access. Guests are served a full course breakfast in the morning and afternoon refreshments. We are close to great golfing, skiing, hiking, antiquing, and historic sites including Gettysburg. Our property overlooks the Conococheague creek and is a wonderful place to find rest. Welcome, we look forward to making your stay a very pleasant occasion.
4.6 on August 11, 2015
The accommodations were amazing. The azalea room was just the right size for us, and the huge bathroom was great. The breakfast was delicious! We definitely would consider returning and tell our friends. A lovely historic house!
5 on August 02, 2015
The B B was wonderful. The host was great and the food was outstanding.
5 on June 08, 2015
My husband and I were just passing through Chambsburg for one night. I wanted an historic place to stay, but with a reasonable price. I did find some very old places, from the 1860s and such, but they were very plain on the outside. The Inn at the Ragged Edge was built around 1901, which still makes it historic, but it was the appearance from the outside shown on the web that first grabbed me. Reading more about it made me realize it was built as a cottage for the VP of the railroad. I wanted a place highly recommended for their breakfast, a beautiful outside, and an interesting inside. I reserved the cheapest room since if would be for only 1 night, and it was $90 What a fabulous breakfast we were treated to by Barb!!! She is extremely nice and makes you feel so totally welcome! And the inside of the B&B - you have to see it!! Woodworking like you haven't seen since the early 1900s. It reminded me of my grandparents house also built in 1901 with a lot of woodworking, although the B&B is much, much more extravagant!! If you are in the area, this is a fantastic place to stay!!
3.8 on May 29, 2015
The hosts were very friendly and made us feel at home without "hovering". FOOD was SUPERB. Lots of atmosphere and history. We loved the entire experience.
3.8 on May 28, 2015
This was our first time staying at a bed and breakfast and the Inn at Ragged Edge was just what you would expect. The house and the property are beautiful and beautifully maintained. The room was really cute and the house and patio made us feel very comfortable. The inn keepers were very nice and warm; we have already recommended it to friends, which is how we heard about it.
5 on May 25, 2015
Great place to stay! Six acre property with great landscaping and a beautiful 17,000 sq ft 1900 house. Very nice home completely restored. The owners were very gracious and helpful. The breakfast was very good with egg & red pepper, sticky bun pastry, special croissant with ham & unique sauce...very delicious, fuit cup, juices, and coffee!
5 on May 25, 2015
First let me start by saying I was contacted by Ken several weeks before our arrival. It seemed someone else wanted the Kennedy suite so he offered us the Honeymoon suite at no extra cost. We arrived earlier than what we should have and when we walked to the front door Ken greeted us before we even knocked. He welcomed us with opened arms. For the Inn itself we never could have imagined how absolutely beautiful this place could be. It took our breathe away. The property was kept immaculate as well as the inn itself.. Ken took us up to our suite he told us that if ANYTHING should go wrong in the suite or even if we decided to go out that evening and by chance got lost coming back to call the inn for the inn's number is also his cell number. He didn't care if it was 3 am or 9 pm. The suite was stunning and very well equipped right down to cotton balls and q tips in the bathroom. The bed was extremely comfortable and we also had a Jacuzzi tub with a sky light right above it.The sheets on the bed smelled so fresh and clean. Shortly after settling in to our suite there was a knock on our door and when I opened it there was Ken and his wife Barbara with a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolate for us for being kind enough to switch our suite. Little touches like that made this one of the best trips we ever took. We slept like babies that night we never heard any of the other quests and there was a full inn that night. We woke up the next day feeling totally rejuvenated, The breakfast was just wonderful the food was delicious and all hand prepared right down to the best tasting stick buns we ever ate. As far as Ken and Barbara, they are the two nicest and welcoming people we have ever met and we fully intend on returning to there beautiful home again. Thank you Ken and Barbara for a wonderful and relaxing stay we will never forget your hospitality and kindness. Barbara and Kevin
5 on May 20, 2015
My husband and I picked this B&B based on the location but we were incredibly impressed with it. The staff was lovely and the room was quaint and beautiful. The grounds were gorgeous and the nature trail that took you by the small stream behind the house was breathtaking. We have and will recommend this place to all of our family and friends visiting the area. By far this is the best B&B we have ever stayed at!
4.6 on April 19, 2015
We booked the Honeymoon Suite for our tenth anniversary. Upon arrival, we were greeted at the door by the new owners, Ken and Barb. What lovely, warm people. After a few minutes, we felt like we had known them for years. :) They escorted us up to our room, and we had a lovely bouquet of fresh red carnations and a big box of chocolates waiting in a beautiful, unusual suite with a luxurious jacuzzi tub and the most comfortable bed EVER. The breakfasts in the morning were fabulous, and decadent. Crepes, muffins, breads, eggs, beautifully presented with a very unique Russian flair- this lady has MAD skills in the kitchen. She'll have you moaning over a simple bowl of oatmeal...The Innkeepers are lovely people; they were raised in Africa and Russia and we really enjoyed talking to them. They are down-to-earth people that are easy to be around and great company. They encourage gathering and love and laughter in their home, the combination that makes a good B&B into a great B&B that you want to re-experience just to get to know them better. The house defies description- absolutely stunningly beautiful. Carved oak woodwork, beautiful staircases, quirky alcoves and windows and getaway decks. You will love it. I highly recommend this Inn to B&Bers- Service, accomodations, food- they all get a HUGE thumbs up. Visit the Inn at Ragged Edge!
5 on April 16, 2015
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful stay!! The new owners are great! Barb went out of her way to make me a vegan breakfast at the last minute. His was crepes and yogurt, mine was a bagel and vegan sausage. Our room and view were spectacular, relaxing, and a great night away!
Countryside, Small town
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
CD player, Conference Rooms, Desk, Library, Radio, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Microwave, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals