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Beautiful home. Great innkeepers- Darlene and Bill. Great breakfast! Everything we needed while biking the C&O, Super helpful with suggestions for the rest of our bike trip. Secure storage for the bikes. Hoses to wash the bikes and laundry available after a muddy biking day....More
An exceptionally bike friendly B&B right on the trail in historic Hancock. Absolutely nothing was a problem for our most charming hosts, even though we arrived covered in mud from head to toe. Great lounge, bedrooms and breakfast.
Had an opportunity to stay at the 1828 Trail Inn after a very long 120+km day of riding. Arrived to find that the Inn had a dedicated garage to secure our bikes, an open hose to clean off the grime of the trail and a...More
Great for Cyclists and awesome Breakfast. The hosts were very accommodating and they had refresnments when we arrived. Cookies. mmmmm. The other bonus was Laundry facilities so after an 90 mile ride that was perfect. Highly recommend. Would suggest you have wifi in the second...More
I recently stayed one night while biking along the C&O Canal. B&B is very close to the canal trail and WMRT. You do need to go up a fairly steep but short hill in back of the B&B for the secured bike shed storage. Received...More
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Same from me as from Golfdick! But I can recommend the 1828. Not a lot in Hancock but good to visit and good grill near the inn. There is an interesting hunting shop on Main St - killing animals not my idea of fun... More
Same from me as from Golfdick! But I can recommend the 1828. Not a lot in Hancock but good to visit and good grill near the inn. There is an interesting hunting shop on Main St - killing animals not my idea of fun - but the stuffed bear is amazing. Happy travels. Michael
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"The adjacent building was not in range of the wifi."