Category
Stay Play Eat Shop!; Stay; Harpers Ferry & Bolivar; Vacation Rentals;

Description
Nestled in between the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers, Two Rivers Guest House provides wonderful accommodations. Fully equipped with all the comforts of home. Walking distance to parks, restaurants and shops. Perfect for couples, families, and friends. Directions: From Washington Street turn onto Jefferson Street. As soon as you turn onto Jefferson Street you will see a stone wall on the right-hand side of the road. At the end of the stone wall turn right into the gravel driveway

Pricing
$210-$240/night; $1200-1300/week

Hours
year round

Location
just off Washington St on Jefferson St

Map
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Website
tworiversguesthouse.com

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Contact
Erik Eastman

Email
eastmanwva@aol.com

Phone
703.727.2907

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HARPERS FERRY NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK

Offering a wide variety of activities for individuals and families. Explore museums and exhibits, hike to overlooks or along Civil War skirmish lines, join a ranger-guided tour or sign-up for a living history workshop. Shop at the Harpers Ferry Historical Association's Bookshop.

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Veterans Day - Nov. 11, 2016 - is a fee-free day!


Date:   November 11, 2015

Entrance to the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is free on Veterans Day.

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First Zion Baptist Church Restoration Project

The Foundation plans to purchase and preserve the Zion Baptist Church on W. Ridge Street in Harpers Ferry for future use as cultural center for Harpers Ferry and Bolivar. The site will also serve a significant role in interpreting history. 

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