Hostel in post & beam home in woods, 100 yds off Applchn Trail NoVA, just S of Harpers Ferry. 4 BRs w/2 share full baths in finish bsmnt available for hikers. Access to kitchenette, liv area w/TV & games, outdoor seating, hot tub, campfire. BR 1 w/dbl, BR 2 w/sgl & dbl, BR 3 dbl , BR 4 Q, ALL TO SHARE. Fill BR 1&2 first. 2 floor mattress avail. Price incl fix self breakfast, 1 ld laundry, rides $1/mi, RT Harpers Ferry free. Some food & necessities on hand 4 prchs. TENT camp $10 w/shower access.
Close to convenience store w ATM next to trail & restaurant with great pizza just down from store.
Less than day's hike from Harpers Ferry going north or to Blackburn going south. Can provide rides to and from Harpers Ferry ($10 roundtrip).
Access to living area with lounge furniture, Direct TV, desk, kitchenette with microwave, toaster oven, blender, coffee maker, hot plate, tables for groups to eat at or single spots if you want to be alone. Board games available. Outside table & chairs in shade with view of valley. Campfire area. **Homemade cookies & muffins for treats are a specialty of *Hikermama*
I would love to socialize but only if/when guests prefer.
I am available to provide rides or run errands for $1.50/mile.
IF YOUR DESIRED DATES ARE BOOKED HERE, GO TO BEAR FEET RETREAT HOSTEL #1. (If both booked, contact me, may actually still have openings.)
Once I receive your reservation, I will send instructions for getting to my house from the trail.
- Quiet time 10 pm (except parties in campfire area) to 6 am
- Laundry $5 extra, I do
- No access to the garage
- Rides $1.50/mile
- No vaping in the house or on deck
- No smoking ANYWHERE on property (fire hazard)
- Parties allowed with pre-approval
- Bear feet ARE on the property, so LEAVE NO FOOD OUT, just like on the trail
- LEAVE NO TRACE! You are expected to clean up after self. Extra fee if I have to do it.
- ONCE BOOKED, I WILL TELL YOU HOW TO GET TO MY PROPERTY FROM THE TRAIL.
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I love hiking and backpacking and hearing the stories from the hikers on the AT.
I collect trail names - mine is 'hikermama', given to me because I was old enough to be the mama of the ladies I was backpacking with. I am excited to share my 'little cabin in the woods' as a great stop off place just south of Harpers Ferry for comfy beds, hot showers, breakfast, and even laundry or a ride to town, if needed.