No, it is a lovely Inn.I understand it is historic, also. I have had experience myself with the feeling of places being haunted (Harper's Ferry, for instance) but nothing of this sort at the Bavarian Inn. I agree with the previous poster who noted that the nearby Antietam Battlefield could very well have some. I know I encountered some very "interesting" experiences at Gettysburg, also. I think the scenes of such horrible battles are rife with this.
Yes we do allow scooters for the handicapped, but please be aware, not all or our rooms are handicapped accessible. We do have handicapped rooms in our Schwartzwald building and one of our Chalets overlooking the Potomac is accessible. Our dining area is handicapped accessible as is our Infinity Pool, which is open from May through September. If we can answer any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Front Desk Manager
Thank you for asking. The Turndown service is done in the early evening. Your comforter and folded down for you, lights are dimmed in your room, your radio is turned on to a soothing station, towels are refreshed, garbage is emptied and your fireplace is turned on (weather appropriate) and a chocolate is left on your pillow. Basically, just a little bit of pampering.
If I can answer any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at 304.876.2551.
Front Desk Manager
The Bavarian Inn has attractive grounds and great views of the area. Also, an infinity pool looks down to the river and would appeal to a child just because it is a pool. The tow path along the river is excellent for bike riding and walking, with mostly shaded atmosphere from the large trees. You could actually ride all the way to Harpers Ferry if you can handle it. Sheperdstown is a quaint little town with restaurants and museums.