740 House Sweet Room For 2 in Town


Private room in bed and breakfast hosted by Bill

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 shared bath
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Seeking a quick escape or looking to celebrate a special occasion? Book a private, sunlit room at the 740 House Bed and Breakfast.

A historic home in the heart of Harpers Ferry, 740 House Bed and Breakfast is an ideal location: Located in walking distance from the train station, main downtown area, stunning views, the Appalachian Trail, local wineries, and more. Free parking available on site and made from scratch breakfast provided each morning.

The space
740 House is a comfortable and unassuming home in the heart of Harpers Ferry. The house has been decorated lovingly with old-time charm and modern convenience, and features an extensive art collection.

Book one of three sunlit bedrooms:
The Gold Room - Queen-size bed, private bathroom, view of Maryland foothills
Charming Room - Queen-size bed, shared bathroom, view of Washington St.
Sweet Room - Full-size bed, shared bathroom, view of Washington St.

In addition to your room, you have access to the homes common indoor and outdoor areas.

Where you'll sleep

1 double bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Indoor fireplace
Hair dryer
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, United States

Harpers Ferry has incredible natural beauty including hiking trails, biking, charming small towns (especially ours), tons of fascinating American history -- and peace and quiet.

The Appalachian trail comes right into town, and Harpers Ferry is a major watering hole for "through hikers"-- people hiking from Georgia to Maine. River rafting companies are a ten-minute drive from town.

The area is historic: John Brown's raid took place downtown in 1859, and historic Storer College, created in 1865 to educate freed slaves after the Civil War. "Lower town" (also called "The Ferry") remains in quaint civil-wart-era style with both operating and historic shops and restaurants.

Some highlights you can still see around town: The arsenal that John Brown in an attempt to launch an armed slave revolt and the key battlefields fought by Union and Confederate armies. (Bolivar Heights and Antietam are among the famous.) The buildings that housed Storer College, and frequent civil war reenactments by the National Park Service.

Among many interesting local towns are Shepherdstown (the home of Shepherd University) and Charles town (where John Brown was executed.) Both feature historic sites, cute shops, and a variety of restaurants.

Hosted by Bill

  1. Joined in August 2014
  • 361 Reviews
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I am taking up the host torch on my own after losing my wife, who adored hosting. I am an environmental chemist who enjoys the garden and building furniture. I love to spend time with family, especially my newborn twin granddaughters.

During your stay

I live in the house too, but respect all my guests privacy. I am available for anything you need before and during your stay, including recommendations to local restaurants and the best trails.

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    Things to know

    House rules

    Check-in: After 3:00 PM
    Checkout: 11:00 AM
    Not suitable for children and infants
    No smoking
    No pets
    No parties or events

    Health & safety

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    Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
    No carbon monoxide alarm
    Smoke alarm

    Cancellation policy

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