Charles Town, WV 

Gilbert House B&B of Middleway

7248 Queen Street
Charles Town, WV 25430 US

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Rates: $80 to $150
Total Rooms: 3
Overall Rating: 5 hearts (1 review)


Circa 1760. A magnificent graystone of early Georgian design, the Gilbert House is located in one of the state's oldest European settlements. Elegant appointments include fine Oriental rugs, tasteful art and antique furnishings. During restoration, graffiti found on the upstairs bedroom walls included an 1832 drawing of the future President James Polk and a child's growth chart from the 1800s. The inn is located in the Colonial era mill village of Middleway, which contains one of the country's best collections of log houses. The village is a mill site on the original settlers' trail into Shenandoah Valley ("Philadelphia Waggon Road" on Peter Jefferson's 1755 map of Virginia). Middleway was also the site of "wizard clip" hauntings during the last decade of the 1700s. The region was home to members of "Virginia Blues," commanded by Daniel Morgan during the Revolutionary War.Location: 18th-century village.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $80 to $150
Payment types accepted include American Express, Master Card, Visa, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks and Cash.
Rooms: This property has 3 total guest accommodations with private bath, 2 with fireplaces, 1 suite.
The types of beds available include Queen and Twin.


Minimum Stay Requirements: Two days for Saturday stay; mid-September - mid-November
Cancellation: 2 weeks less service charge
Smoking: Limited.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast.
Types of meals: Full Gourmet Breakfast.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Clock Radio and DVD.
Amenities On Site: Library, Parlor Games, Phone, Fireplace, Television and VCR.
Languages Spoken: German & Spanish


Other Activities: Antiquing, Live Theater, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), sports car racing, slots and horse racing.

Historic Interest

Charles Town, Bunker Hill, Leetown (10 minutes), Antietam Battlefield (20 minutes), Winchester, Va. (25 minutes), Harpers Ferry (20 minutes).
Historic Awards: National Register (Granted) and National Historical Site (Granted).
Historic Memberships: National Trust.