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This was a beautiful home with delightful Innkeepers, Bill and Darlene. The rooms were very comfortable with toiletries provided; an afternoon snack and a lovely breakfast served elegantly made this a wonderful respite during our 8 day bike trip. There was a very good restaurant...More
Hose to clean up from the mud of the C & O and a locking garage for the bicycles. Hosts were friendly and welcoming, they even had cheese and crackers and cookies waiting and they weren't at all concerned about our dirt! Rooms were clean...More
We came in off the rough and muddy section of the canal from Cumberland and Darlene was ready for us! Located a short distance from the canal it was easy to find with the local directory (as our phones were nearly dead). She was prepared...More
We stayed just overnight on the first leg of a two day trip and found so many things to love that we've decided to come back Labor Day to bike ride the trail and stay the whole weekend. The inn is great! Clean, cool, and...More
Stay here on first night of riding the C&O from Cumberland to Washington DC. Very short and convenient location off of the C&O trail. Bill & Darlene Smith were warm and friendly hosts and nice to talk with. The property is beautiful and well kept....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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