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Jacob Rohrbach Inn
Based on 272 traveler reviews
The Place to Stay in Sharpsburg
Apr 17, 2015 by: mamacababy from Montgomery, Alabama
We loved this Inn! Sharpsburg is a small town, and this Inn fit the bill. We were met by the Innkeepers with coffee, snacks, drinks, etc. and our room was on the back of the house, snug, spacious and quiet. We could walk to our restaurant for dinner and then to The Nutter Ice Cream Shop for the most delicious ice cream for the price in the USA. The Innkeepers, Chris and Amy, are Civil War buffs who lent us a CD of the battlefields and did everything they could to make our trip enjoyable. Breakfast was delicious - I love to stay in an historic home where the innkeepers are charming and this is it!
Warm and inviting
Apr 17, 2015 by: wwrfb from Rockledge, Florida
Lovely home run by a very likeable and knowledgable couple, willing to share conversations about the history of the area. Breakfast was a treat! A short drive to the battlefield, and they provided the audio for the drive. Rooms are clean, and grounds are lovely. Would go back without hesitation.
Well worth it!
Apr 16, 2015 by: explorer183 from Lexington, Kentucky
The innkeepers, Amy and Chris Vincent, we so gracious and made my ten year old daughter feel right at home. We stayed in the General's Headquarters behind the Inn. It is a fantastic old summer kitchen made into a special get-away with a private bath and reading area. They were very helpful in us locating a delightful restaurant in Shepherdtown and they served us a terrific breakfast with good conversation in the morning. My daughter was delighted with the daffodils which were just emerging and the general atmosphere of the place. Amy and Chris read our signals well and gave us nice interaction, yet also gave us space. We definitely hope to come back. This could become an annual tradition.
Mar 21, 2015 by: dan s from Saint Louis, Missouri
Loved our 2-night stay at the Jacob Rohrbach Inn! Chris and Amy are wonderful hosts (Chris even packed us a "to-go" breakfast when we had a very early departure one morning!), and we definitely recommend staying in The General's Quarters...so private and cozy! Although the weather was a bit too chilly for a planned bike ride, the Inn offers bicycles to rent that would have been so fun to ride around the battlefield. This is a lovely Inn with tremendous hospitality...highly recommend!
Wonderful historic home with exceptional breakfasts near Antietam
Feb 04, 2015 by: Victor F from Houston, Texas, United States
This was a lovely place for a winter weekend of exploring Antietam and Sharpsburg. The historic home is cozy and interesting and the accommodations quite comfortable. The highlights were the amazing breakfasts and the knowledgeable innkeepers. We had our son with us (ten) and it was a great trip for him.
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