Once the vacation home of an international traveler, The Inn at Moler’s Crossroads is an exquisitely furnished and impeccably detailed neocolonial bed and breakfast. Offering a link to history and a glimpse of other cultures, gracefully fused with the modern amenities of today, the Inn highlights art from around the world and beautiful views of the countryside.
Antietam Overlook Farm is surrounded by Civil War history and many other local attractions and activities. Stay with us in our exclusively private 19th century style farmhouse Inn atop our 95 acre mountain ridge. Enjoy spectacular views falling away to nearby Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Five lovingly restored guest rooms are within walking distance of a restaurant, an ice cream parlor, a bakery, and of course the Antietam Battlefield. Just a short drive from the Inn are several wineries, a distillery, and a microbrewery, all of which offer a diverse tasting experience sure to please any palate. Shopping opportunities abound in the surrounding area, from antique and vintage stores to the Prime Outlet Mall, you will be sure to find something special. Within minutes of the Inn guests can visit four national parks; Antietam Battlefield, the C&O Canal, the Appalachian Trail, and Harpers Ferry, as well as South Mountain State Park. Bicycles are available for guests to explore the parks and scenic countryside.
The Historic Carriage Inn Bed and Breakfast features seven rooms and suites - two with two person Jacuzzi’s to relax in after a day riding the rivers! Every room has a private full en suite bathroom. Your stay includes a full gourmet three course breakfast, complimentary sodas, juices, filtered water, coffee and teas PLUS an afternoon snack. Owners/Innkeepers, Donn and Marie Davis, live in the Inn and are available to serve your every need. During the Civil War the Eastern Panhandle was bitterly fought over! Southern Generals who visited the house were Turner Ashby, J.E.B. Stuart, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, and Robert E. Lee. Northern Generals Philip Sheridan and Ulysses S. Grant met in the dining room on Sept. 17, 1864 to plan The Shenandoah Valley Campaign. Located just six miles west of Harpers Ferry in the Historic District, The Carriage Inn is centrally located so that travelers can easily access the many things there are to do: water sports, zip lining, hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, wineries, a local distillery, Civil War Battlefields, antique shops and more! Excellent local restaurants and micro-breweries are within easy walking distance or a quick drive from the Inn!
River Riders, Inc.
408 Alstadts Hill Rd.
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers