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My husband and I stayed at the 1828 Trail Inn last month when we bicycled from Washington DC to Pittsburgh. Darlene and Bill are gracious hosts and they had everything two tired bike riders could want. We arrived too late for the cheese and crackers,...More
Stayed in the railroad room and it had everything you could want. A balcony, nice bathroom, comfy bed. They have a washer and dryer for you to use. Breakfast was good. The innkeepers were extremely helpful.
Came from new York to ride the rail trail and towpath. This was home base. A beautiful place to stay. Darlene and Bill are wonderful hosts, and man can Bill cook breakfast. We spent three nights here. This is one of the nicest B&B's we...More
The 1828 Trail Inn rates up there with the best B&Bs. Old, old house, nicely restored. Clean and comfortable. Breakfasts are superb and the innkeepers are great.
Hancock isn't very big. It's claims to fame are the Maryland Rail Trail and the C&O Canal towpath....More
We stayed at the 1828 Trail Inn in late June and had a fantastic stay! Bill and Darlene were wonderful hosts, making us feel comfortable. The room was very spacious with its own large bath attached. For bikers, laundry was easily accessible. Everything (room and...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