The Light Horse Inn is one of the most historic homes in Harpers Ferry. It's colorful past over the 225 year history make this home an ideal location to stay & explore the greater Harpers Ferry area.
A Window into the Past
Originally known as The Keyes Inn opening in the late 1780s to serve travelers to the Western Frontier. The Inn served as a tavern, stagecoach stop and post office. The Inn was a strategic business move on the part of the Keyes family to monetize on travelers heading back and forth from Philadelphia and Washington. You will see the Keyes family name on nearby road signs depicting Keyes Gap and Keyes Ferry.
Walk to restaurants, Appalachian trail, historic lower town Harpers Ferry. Kayak, tube, raft, zip line and enjoy all the natural outdoor activities found in the area.
Explore the local battlefields and enjoy vineyard tours and tastings at our award winning vineyards.
- Cable TV
- Free Wifi
- Board Games
- Off street parking
- Walk to Historic National Park
- Delicious hot and plentiful breakfast included in stay
- Pet free, sorry no pets allowed.
- Older children, 12 and older, are welcomed. No children under 12 please.