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Jacob Rohrbach Inn
Based on 247 traveler reviews
Very Enjoyable Experience
Jul 25, 2014 by: joefromcincy1961 from West Chester, Ohio
Everything about our 1 day stay here was enjoyable and memorable. Joanne met us at the door and showed us our room. It was beautifully furnished in the 1800's style, and the bed was perhaps the most comfortable I have ever slept on (Antietam Room). She gave us tips about the restaurants in the area, answered all of our questions happily, served us a delicious breakfast with just picked peaches from the area, and told us the story of the Inn and the town while we ate with other guests. I would love to go back some day. Truly memorable.
Jul 21, 2014 by: 4points4now from Baltimore, Maryland
Spent an anniversary weekend at this lovely B&B to do some area biking. Ideal accommodations; great room, lovely grounds, quality breakfast. Met interesting guests and the surrounding area is tops for riding. There may be more to do in Sheperdstown, but this is where you go to get away
Jul 12, 2014 by: Janet K from Chesapeake, Virginia
We stayed at this lovely inn three nights and enjoyed every minute. We felt very welcome and comfortable. Ann was the temporary innkeeper and was very gracious, and also served delicious breakfasts each day. We biked the C&O Canal Trail one day and biked through the battlefield the next day. Also spent time relaxing on the porch, reading and petting the resident outdoor cat Dusty (very sweet and quiet). We will definitely come back! Tom and Janet Kerns
Hospitable, Helpful, and Historical
Jun 26, 2014 by: roxron800 from Cleburne, Texas
This inn is SUPER! The hosts bend over backwards to make sure you feel welcome. JoAnn met us at the door and showed us around. Our room was nice and the bed inviting. She advised me to watch a DVD about the Battle of Antietam and it was very helpful. Breakfast was very good and we enjoyed visiting with everyone-that's part of the BNB experience! She gave us a history of the inn and even let us borrow a driving CD which made everything come alive. For a civil war buff, I was thrilled and look forward to returning.
Jun 12, 2014 by: Mariyn K from Bear, Delaware
We stayed in the Harper's Ferry Suite which was perfect as we had our 16-year old grandson with us. The TV was in a small sitting room separate from the bedroom, so the grandson could watch TV while we read and/or slept. Conversation at breakfast was lively and Joanne gave us some very interesting history about the house. The only thing I wish we knew while there was that they had an audio CD that we could have used to tour Antietam. If I'm not mistaken, their website said that such CDs were available for purchase. Now reading that another guest was given one as a loaner, it would have been nice to know that one was available for our use. We enjoyed meeting Dusty, the kitty, also. The inn is in a good location in the middle of town.
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