Jacob Rohrbach Inn
Excellent Way to Go Back in Time
The Jacob Rohrbach Inn makes a perfect base from which to venture out to the battlefields of Antietam, South Mountain and beyond. The house dates back to before the Civil War. The Rohrbachs owned a farm just east of what is today the Burnside Bridge - it was then known as the Rohrbach Bridge. Following the battle, the Rorhbachs bought this home in town to retire from farming. Eventually, the house came into the expert hands of Joanne and Paul Breitenbach who have converted this beautiful home into a first class bed and breakfast. The bedrooms are very comfortable - some with nice decks. Outside, you can sit or stroll through park like gardens. Mountain bikes are available to rent and the C&O Towpath close at hand. Possible rides could include Harpers Ferry or out over the Antietam battlefield. A great place to trim your sails and gain a 19th Century perspective while enjoying 21st Century comfort.
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Amenities at Jacob Rohrbach Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle Service
- Free Parking
- Free High Speed Internet
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