Enjoy the history and scenic beauty of Harpers Ferry from this charming stone Arts & Crafts bungalow. A short stroll away is Harpers Ferry National Historic Park. Explore the natural wonders of our area by hiking, biking or floating down the river. Or, simply relax on our wrap-around porch overlooking the Potomac River gorge.
5 on November 11, 2012
I only hesitate to recommend the Laurel Lodge because I don't want too many people to find out about it. The house is special and unique. The views are breathtaking. Ed and Chris truely make you feel like valued guests in their home. The lodge is spotless and tastefully decorated. The only problem with rating the food you're served for breakfast is that there are not nearly enough stars. We can't wait to go again. Sue and Garry
4.0 on November 02, 2012
Always a high point of our vacations---warm hospitality, great food and one of the most peaceful and beautiful views you'll find anywhere.
5 on October 28, 2012
My fiance, Scott, and I stayed at Laurel Lodge last weekend. My son, Keith, and his wife, Caitlin, spent the weekend there as well, so that we all could celebrate their 2nd wedding anniversary together. I had read 58 five star reviews prior to booking our rooms and the skeptic in me could not believe that every single person gave it such a glowing review. It sounded too good to be true. In fact, we all agreed after our stay that it was all of that and more. The breakfasts, prepared by Ed with loving care with locally sourced ingredients were outstanding, the view of the forest from the back porch was spectacular, the fall colors of the leaves were gorgeous, and Chris was the perfect host. He pays attention to every detail to insure that every guest feels welcome and comfortable. The extra touches, like the delicious homemade cookies that were always available with unlimited coffee and tea were the icing on the cake. In addition, Harper's Ferry is a wonderful weekend getaway with much to offer: history, nature, shopping. It truly has something for everyone. We had such a wonderful time that our family plans to come back in the future. We even talked about making it an annual event. We have all stayed in other b & b's in the past and this one far surpasses any of the others in so many ways. I highly recommend Laurel Lodge. It will be well worth your time to travel there and we look forward to returning in the future.
4.2 on July 29, 2012
We stayed only one night at Laurel Lodge while attended the five plays at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown WV. Chris was an excellent host. He gave us a tour of the house, inviting us to enjoy the porch overlooking the Potomac River or make ourselves comfortable in the living or dining rooms. Complementary water, tea, and coffee all day with cookie often available. Our room. Cedar View, provided a beautiful view of the river and hills beyond, it was clean and tasteful with a comfortable queen bed and lovely down pillows. Breakfast was generous and delicious. We may book again to enjoy hiking and the river before next July - but certainly then.
5 on July 08, 2012
We have stayed at Laurel Lodge a number of times now. We come back for the friendly people (Chris and Ed) and the fabulous breakfasts. We highly recommend it to anyone looking for a B&B in Harpers Ferry.
Historic, River front, Mountains, Village
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 50 miles
Exit airport onto VA-267 West (toll road) towards Leesburg. Continue on the Dulles Greenway. At the end of the Dulles Greenway, go west on VA-7 (Bypass). Take the exit for VA-9 and turn right towards Charles Town. Soon after passing through the town of Hillsboro, turn right onto VA-671. VA-671 ends at US-340. Turn left onto US-340 West. After crossing the Shenandoah River Bridge, take your second right onto Union Street (at the Comfort Inn). Follow Union Street to the first stop sign where it intersects with Washington Street. Turn right onto Washington Street. Follow Washington Street until you reach your first left – Jackson Street Turn left onto Jackson Street and follow it one block to the end. Turn left onto Ridge Street. Laurel Lodge is the last house on the right. (844 East Ridge St.)
Casino, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, River, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Sight-seeing, Whitewater Rafting
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Board games, Fireplace
Alarm clock, Bath robes, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Chris & Ed
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian