Our spacious and relaxing circa 1873 Victorian Bed & Breakfast is easily found on the main street of Harpers Ferry, WV, only 3/4 mile from the National Historical Park exhibits. Guest Rooms are graced with private baths and private sitting rooms. Relax on the wrap around porch or in our cozy parlor with a few of our famous 'To Die for Chocolate Chip Cookies' and refreshment in the afternoon. Wake up to the luscious aromas of a full gourmet breakfast being prepared for you each morning. Enjoy hiking, biking, rafting, tubing, canoeing, historic site seeing, shopping and dining, all right here in Harpers Ferry. Guided fishing trips for Smallmouth Bass are available by advance reservation.
4.8 on May 29, 2012
What a beautiful place to stay and a great location to accommodate all our needs. The AP Trail Visitor Center is less than 30 yards away and it was only a short walk to the Harper's Ferry restaurants and site seeing places. We were also an easy bike ride to the C&O Bike Trail. We liked the privacy and the unbelievable home-cooked breakfast every morning was superb! I, personally would have liked a TV in our rooms, but I guess it is a B&B and close to site seeing/trails so would only have time in the evening.
5 on May 28, 2012
We spent two great nights at the Angler's Inn! The room was clean, spacious, and comfortable and the breakfasts were amazing! Debbi and Bryan run a great B&B. The Inn is located right down the road for downtown Harpers Ferry and is a quick walk away from great trails, restaurants, and museums. We will definitely stay at the Angler's Inn again next time we are in town.
5 on January 10, 2012
My girlfriend and I stayed in the Fenwick Room and loved it. Not far from D.C it was a great weekend getaway the service was outstanding Debbi had all the answers to our questions and the food was delightful. I just wish it was warmer enough to fish. Walking distance to all the shops I would recommend this B&B to everyone hands down the best place in Harpers Ferry PS. check out the O.B joyful ghost tour when you stay. We will be back...........
5 on March 09, 2010
This is a long over due review but I had to comment on this B&B, I stayed here by myself back in 2008, I was inbetween jobs and took some time for myself. It was so friendly, the Breakfast was delicious and the staff completely accomatating. I am now getting married and am looking at the Angler's Inn again for the couple of days between the offical honeymoon and the weddding day. Yea, its that good. The room I stayed in had a private breakfast nook and a BEAUTIFUL claw footed tub, not to mention the view, the bed and the sheets. I cannot say enough about this B&B and if you need to ask someone a question about just how awesome this place is, let me know.
5 on December 05, 2009
My girlfriend and I had the good-fortune of choosing the Angler's Inn for our overnight getaway from DC this past November. This is an archetypal bed and breakfast: well-decorated, cozy and inviting, clean, and owned and operated by a good-natured and easy-to-talk-to couple. Homemade cookies and coffee awaited us in the parlor and our room was spacious and stocked with amenities that one might expect from a hotel charging twice the rate of the Angler. Perfectly situated, convenient to hiking, eating, and getting back out of town, this inn is also the ideal spot for anyone interested in local fishing, whether guided or unguided. And the food? The maple glazed grapefruit and made-to-order omelets constituted one of the best meals we'd had...well, ever. It was the perfect getaway.
Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 50 miles
• From Route 270N or Route 70 W, exit onto RT 15 S/ RT 340 W to Leesburg, Harpers Ferry and Charles Town. • Remain on RT 340 W (do not take 15 S to Leesburg) • After crossing the Potomac and then the Shenandoah Rivers, TURN RIGHT at the first traffic light onto W. Washington Street. • You will be in a village called Bolivar. We are approximately 1 mile from the light on the right. • White house with green shutters and a big porch on the front. Big white sight on the front lawn.
Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, National/State parks, Nature area, Guided Fishing for Smallmouth Bass, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, River, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Restrictive , Vegetarian