First settled in 1732 by Peter Stephens, whose "squatter's rights" were bought in 1747 by Robert Harper, for whom the town was named. With scenic locations and Civil War history, it's a great way to spend your vacation.READ MORE
Adventure down the beautiful Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers by rafting or tubing. Stay in a hotel or camp by the river and experience ziplining or their aerial park and canopy tour, all are offered by River Riders.READ MORE
There are a number of stories and tours around town, including America's oldest ghost tour, which is an approximate two hour walking tour around several blocks of the historic "Lower Town" section of Harpers Ferry.READ MORE
While we understand the desire to get to Blarney as early as possible, we kindly ask, out of respect for the privacy of our guests and staff, that no guests arrive at the property prior to the agreed upon check-in time. If you plan on arriving to Harpers Ferry earlier in the day, we are happy to help with recommendations for restaurants and/or activities to help pass the time.Please note that at this time, we can only accept reservations through AirBnB and VRBO. We are not a commercial venue and cannot be used for large parties, weddings, business events or subleasing events or services.
Please note that at this time, we can only accept reservations through airbnb or vrbo. We are not a commercial venue and cannot be used for large parties, weddings, business events or subleasing events or services.
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