Mecklenburg Inn B&B

Shepherdstown, WV

Number of units: 3. Facilities: ac, TV available, children allowed, full breakfast, private & shared baths, non-smoking rooms, pets allowed, lounge, outdoor garden (in-season). Nestled in the National Historic District of Shepherdstown, the Inn was built when George Washington was President and is furnished in fine antiques.

An English Style pub where locals come to relax and visit and sometimes dance til they drop! We feature a lovely courtyard for outdoor enjoyment as well as lodging above the bar upon reservation. We are a 21 and over ONLY establishment, so please bring your I.D. All of our service is bar service, meaning we do not offer table service, but the bar is lovely and a smiling face usually awaits your request. :) Our kitchen offers quality pub style dishes from Thursday through Monday.
Our Pub hours are: M-F: 3pm-close, Saturdays 12-close, and Sundays 1:00- close. Closing hours between 12am and 2am, roughly.

***For Music bookings/bands please call Audra Costlow (703) 994-2287

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