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The older building has great historical charm, but lacks cleanliness that I expect. The bathroom toilet was 'private' but completely not clean (vertical brown streaks galore), the floors were swept but felt very unclean (walking around in white socks confirmed) in both the bathroom and...More
I was riding with my son on the C&O trail and arrived after 8pm at the property. The staff were very accommodating and kept the kitchen open for us... we stayed in the Shenandoah room (two queen beds, private bath down the hall, lounge area...More
Neat inn with old time charm. If you are looking for a quiet getaway, this is the place. No tv's in the room which made it great for family time. We actually played games and sat in the common area and talked! Convenient location and...More
This place is all about the location. It is in a beautiful spot.
The owner and staff are all very helpful and friendly, the wifi is good and I enjoyed sitting out the front of the hotel watching the world go by.
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Response from karantownsend, Owner at The Town's InnResponded 29 July 2017
The Inn (circa 1840) has been deliberately & carefully established & maintained to reflect the unique geography, history, & architecture of the Town & to serve the inn-credible guests. The Inn (which consists of two 3-story stone buildings) serves guests by providing lodging (7 unique...More
My husband and I stayed here with another couple at the beginning of the month. We biked from DC and spent the night before returning back. The best thing about this inn is how biker friendly the hostess is. My husband fell on the trail...More
The Town's Inn is close by but if you need help with the luggage the owner of the hotel may be able to find a solution. The Town's Inn is not a B&B but there is a coffee shop at the hotel that opens at 6am.
Response from karantownsend | Property representative |
Thank you for your inquiry!
The two historic ( circa 1840 ) buildings of the Inn are reached from the street by steps. Access to the Heritage House involves 1 step then 6 steps then 2 steps. Access to the Mountain House... More
Thank you for your inquiry!
The two historic ( circa 1840 ) buildings of the Inn are reached from the street by steps. Access to the Heritage House involves 1 step then 6 steps then 2 steps. Access to the Mountain House involves 3 steps then 3 steps then 1 step.
The Inn has no access by ramps, but people sometimes carry wheelchairs, baby strollers, bicycles, etc. up the steps, but
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"I have no idea whether there was wifi because I was traveling without a computer and really didn't access..."