Econo Lodge Harpers Ferry
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Harpers Ferry
Well, it was exactly what it says, economic.
Clean, with friendly staff and hot breakfast. Not a Hilton.
I would come back, especially as they had smoking rooms.
I was greeted with 'Ah Mr Welsh the smoking king' he was referring to room size not my royal connections..
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... about a month's worth of work on their house in Northern Virginia, so I left Orlando on Friday, drove straight through 14 hours and had tools in hand on Monday with my nephew Patrick as my helper. My sister Teri and Mike graciously offered me a room in our old homestead in Brookmont, my bed just across the hall from my childhood bedroom. She even prepared a few of the old family recipes, including one of my favorites Mom used to make, ...
... were great. The White Heart was the best pub we visited.
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... remote and uncertain to risk otherwise - not for amateur backpackers. So, we'd be on a set of tours for five months. Not sure we really wanted to commit to that.
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