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Bavarian Inn
— Shepherdstown, WV
  • 72 room(s)
$189 - $349

Shepherdstown Bed and Breakfast Inns

Shepherdstown bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Shepherdstown, West Virginia bed and breakfasts and country inns to find detailed listings that include room rates, special deals and area activities. You can click on the 'check rates and availability' button to contact the innkeeper.

Walk to wonderful restaurants, movie theaters and unique shops in downtown historic Shepherdstown, WV, located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Stay at a Shepherdstown bed and breakfast, and be only minutes away from Civil War landmarks such as Antietam Battlefield and Harpers Ferry and outdoor activities like hiking on the Appalachian Trail, biking on the C&O Canal Path or water fun on the Potomac River. Come to Shepardstown for any of the many fairs and festivals in the area, like the Contemporary American Theatre Festival or the Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival. Shepherdstown offers a small-town feel with a cosmopolitan edge. By Thomas Shepherd Inn.

Today, historic Shepherdstown is home to Shepherd University, the Contemporary American Theater Festival, trendy shops and galleries and a wide range of restaurants from casual to ethnic to gourmet. It is the oldest town in West Virginia, chartered in 1762 by the Virginia Assembly as Mecklenburg. Thomas Shepherd was the sole trustee and the town was renamed in his honor after the Civil War. The clay soil in the area was conducive to brick-making, and many of the homes and buildings in Shepherdstown bear the bricks of the 1790's. The town was site of James Rumsey's first successful steamboat demonstration in 1787; a monument to him and a half-scale replica of his boat are here. The "Bee-line March" to Cambridge to aid Washington in his battles originated in the area. During the Revolutionary War the town flourished as a commercial center growing to 1000 residents by 1775. The oldest free school house in the state was built here in 1848. Shepherdstown served as an open-air hospital during the Civil War, after the Battle of Antietam just across the Potomac River. Elmwood Cemetery, on the southwest side of town, is the burial spot for Colonel Henry Kyd Douglas, Stonewall Jackson's young aide, and over 300 Confederate soldiers. By Thomas Shepherd Inn.

Are you looking for a great place to stay and dine during a quick vacation? Has it been a while before you and your partner have spent some quality time together? Drop by Shepherdstown in West Virginia and your dream escapade with your love one will come to life! Shepherdstown is known for German Street, where you can find several Shepherdstown bed and breakfasts, restaurants, and quaint shops. While in Shepherdstown, make sure to visit the Historic Shepherdstown Museum at Entler Hotel and take a quick peek at the town's local history. You can also drop by the George Tyler Moor Civil War Center and the Scarborough Library if you are in for some serious history tidbits. For fresh air, visit the James Rumsey Boat House, Morgan's Grove Park, and the Yankauer Nature Preserve. By Thomas Shepherd Inn.

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