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Entire cabin · Harpers Ferry
Blue Ridge Getaway - Mountaintop Cabin with Sunset Views, Just 300 yards from the A.T.!
MOUNTAIN MAMA VACATION HOMES PROPERTY DESCRIPTION High on a mountain and at the end of a road sits the getaway cabin you've been looking for! Take in the sunsets over the Shenandoah Valley from the elevated front porch, where you can see for 50 miles or more on a clear day. Snuggle up inside with a book next to the rustic cabin decor. Build a fire outside in the fire pit. Ready to explore? Hike to the Appalachian Trail from your front door, or drive 20 minutes to enjoy the historic charm of Harpers Ferry and all its outdoor adventures. If you must work remotely (and we hope you don't!) there is high-speed WiFi to satisfy all your videoconferencing needs. This secluded cabin has it all! ABOUT MOUNTAIN MAMA VACATION HOMES Mountain Mama is a professional vacation rental company in the Harpers Ferry area. This is not just a side-gig for us--this is our full-time job! Rest assured that you are in the hands of professionals and will receive unmatched service. We are on mission to help family and close friends spend unplugged time together creating memories they will treasure. Harpers Ferry is a still-hidden gem and we can't wait to share it with you!
$199 per night
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Entire cabin · Harpers Ferry
Enchanting Cottage, Center of Historic Downtown!
Waverly Cottage is an elegant 1840s Victorian with its own delightful history -- right in the heart of Historic Downtown! The perfect location for your Harpers Ferry stay. The highlights: - Walk just steps to all of the highlights in Harpers Ferry (we’re surrounded by the National Park!) - Relax with a glass of wine on the private front or back porches - Curl up with a book in the sunny sitting room - Stream movies or take video calls on the fastest WiFi you can get Enjoy!
$130 per night
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Entire cabin · Harpers Ferry
Applemoon: Charming Log Cabin in a Mountain Lake Community
Applemoon is a dog-friendly 1960s log cabin nestled on an acre of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 2 bedrooms with Smart TVs, a porch with hanging daybed and bistro table, and a cozy game loft will give you plenty of space to relax. Outside, enjoy dinner on the huge deck or build a fire and don't forget to look up at the night sky! Applemoon strikes the perfect balance between rustic charm and comfort while maintaining your immersion in the peaceful mountain woodlands of Harpers Ferry.
$185 per night

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Appalachian Trail in Georgia21 locals recommend
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The Rabbit Hole12 locals recommend
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Harpers Ferry vacation rentals

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Tiny home · Harpers Ferry
Retro Tiny Cabin in the Trees
$117 per night
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Barn · Harpers Ferry
La Soledad Lavender Farm on the Potomac
$260 per night
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Entire home · Harpers Ferry
Luxury Mountain Getaway: Foliage, Wines & Sunsets
$259 per night
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Entire cottage · Harpers Ferry
The Carriage House at Carrot Top Cottage
$105 per night
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Entire home · Harpers Ferry
Eclectic & Romantic - Walk to Historic Downtown!
$216 per night
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Entire guest suite · Harpers Ferry
Private 1 Bedroom Suite in Historical Downtown
$141 per night
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Entire cottage · Lovettsville
Cottage Escape in Virginia Wine Country
$133 per night
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Entire bungalow · Harpers Ferry
Enchanted Cottage
$150 per night
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Private room · Harpers Ferry
The Chickadee Room at Harpers Ferry Guest House
$104 per night
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Entire cottage · Harpers Ferry
Mountaintop Cottage with 100-Mile Views of the Shenandoah Valley!
$209 per night
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Entire home · Bolivar
Newly renovated - walk to Harpers Ferry NP
$101 per night
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Entire chalet · West Virginia
Stunning views & hot tub at mountaintop retreat!
$195 per night

Your guide to Harpers Ferry

All About Harpers Ferry

Located on the easternmost edge of West Virginia, Harpers Ferry sits at the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers, just across the water from Virginia and Maryland. The town is surrounded by the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, with walking trails and Civil War-era battlefield sites. The John Brown Wax Museum, Industry Museum, and Meriwether Lewis Exhibit are also right in town, giving you a window into local history, such as the way 19th-century weapons factories played a role in the Lewis and Clark Expedition and Harpers Ferry Raid.

Although the primary draw to Harpers Ferry continues to be its historical significance, today the town is known for its surrounding natural beauty and rolling hills full of chestnut oak and bitternut hickory forests. The famous 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail, which stretches from Maine to Georgia, cuts through the town center, and many hikers like to rest in Harpers Ferry for a spell to recover.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Harpers Ferry?

The inland northern climate of Harpers Ferry has weather conditions that vary drastically with the seasons. Summers are pleasantly warm with moderately dry conditions that make for enjoyable hiking weather while exploring the region’s historical sites and local sections of the Appalachian Trail. May through September is an excellent time to book a cabin in Harpers Ferry, as the weather is also conducive to checking out the surrounding communities of D.C. and Baltimore.

Winters see temperatures that drop to consistently below-freezing levels, accompanied by moderate snowfall and precipitation above the national average. The shoulder seasons can be a wonderful time to visit, too, particularly the fall, as the surrounding hills are endowed with brilliant autumn hues, and you can find events like the Blue Ridge Arts & Crafts Festival taking place in October.

What are the top things to do in Harpers Ferry?

Jefferson Rock

A popular stop for hikers along the Appalachian Trail, this rock formation and scenic overlook is just a 13-minute hike from the center of Harpers Ferry. Four stone pillars and slabs of shale stacked atop one another create this dramatic formation on a rocky point extending over the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers. You will be treated to the stunning scenery of the surrounding landscapes and township below.

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

This historical area, run by the National Park Service, circles the town of Harpers Ferry and includes more than 20 miles of walking trails and a series of museums dedicated to Civil War-era history. A particularly noteworthy stop, the Black Voices Museum, gives an historical account of the African American experience in the United States.

Potomac River and Shenandoah River

The Potomac and Shenandoah rivers hold abundant opportunities for water-based activities. You can find leisurely recreation like swimming, sunbathing, and paddleboarding close to town in Harpers Ferry, while more action-packed whitewater rafting trips and kayaking adventures are located further west along the Potomac River or south down the Shenandoah River.