Econo Lodge Hotel
Pricey for a standard room but not much choice if you want to stay in Harpers.
There we a few options with Harpers Ferry, mostly Bed & Breakfast establishments which, when you are paying for two people, were very expensive. In general Harpers Ferry was expensive wherever you stayed. We stayed at the Econo Lodge, which although a room was $100 it was the cheapest option as there was the two of us ($50 each). Had we stayed at a B&B the price would of started at $80 each. This was a typical mid-range hotel, clean large rooms, en-suite bathroom, breakfast etc. It was only a couple of blocks from the ATC HQ and the AT so convenient. When we arrived in Harpers there was a huge storm so it was good to take a day to clean up, dry out and visit the ATC HQ. We also wanted to catch up with some trail friends so a stay in Harpers worked for us, some hikers took the train to DC for a trailcation. The hotel did not serve meals other than breakfast but had free coffee and vending machines. There were places to eat within Harpers although again can be pricey and limited choice.