As innkeepers in historic Harpers Ferry, we feel privileged to live in a true national treasure - and we love helping people from all over get to know it at our bed & breakfast! Our goal is to offer the hospitality of a traditional country inn with modern comforts and amenities.
The area around Harpers Ferry is uniquely rich in culture, history, scenery, and recreational opportunities.
From kayaking the Shenandoah and biking the C&O Canal Towpath, to retracing the footsteps of John Brown and the campaigns of Jackson, Sheridan, and Early, to square dancing in Shepherdstown and horse racing in Charles Town, the area offers the visitor an incredible mix of things to do.
Relax at our modern Bed & Breakfast while you enjoy all that this historic and scenic area has to offer.
We understand that your visit to Harpers Ferry, however long or short your stay, is a vacation from the stress and schedules of the modern world. At Cantuta Inn Bed & Breakfast, we're committed to providing a friendly, tranquil atmosphere for you to relax and recharge.
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MEET YOUR INNKEEPERS
Both of us have lived in Harpers Ferry for over fifteen years. Peruvian native Etel Garro is an artist, teacher, and chef who has owned a restaurant in Charles Town, been an elementary school principal in Peru, and directed a film festival in Arlington, Virginia. You can find our more about Etel and read some of her poetry at herwebsite.
A UNIQUE BACKGROUND
A native of the Washington, D.C. area, Rock Wheeler worked many years for National Geographic Live, where he programmed a film series, and produced and promoted a variety of events from beer tastings to concerts of traditional Irish music. Rock is also an amateur historian specializing in the Civil War, has served as music coordinator for a major Celtic festival, and has translated Andean horror films into English. His writings on philosophy of logic can be found at academia.edu