About The Town's Inn
The Town's Inn consists of two pre-Civil War stone residences (circa 1840): the Heritage House (179 High Street) and the Mountain House (175 High Street), situated in the heart of historic Harpers Ferry, surrounded by the Harpers Ferry National Historic Park.
The rooms in the Heritage House are above the Town's Pub & Eatery (a full-service restaurant leased to the owner of the Secret Six Tavern across the street). Renovation and restoration of the Heritage House commenced 1 March 2007, and official Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting opening was 21 August, 2007. The house contains three private bedrooms, three private bathrooms, and a parlor with a kitchen area equipped with a microwave, coffee-maker, toaster oven, toaster, crock pot, disposable dishes, etc. Each room has a fridge and coffee-maker.
- The Town's Inn is located within the private cluster of shops and restaurants that comprise the historic 1860 village of the Harpers Ferry National Historic Park
- Less than 200 yards from the Appalachian Trail, the C&O Towpath, the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, and the train station
- Less than 30 miles from Leesburg area wineries and the outlet mall
- Less than 70 miles from Washington, DC and Baltimore