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Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad Questions & Answers

Baltimore, Maryland

What hotel would you recinnebd fior those staying overnight before the morning trip. We had booked the Microtel Keyser but now wee that it is quite a distance on mountain roads. We are seniors and need a comfortable bed and no stairs.

2 months ago Answer

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Crofton
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Koolwink in Romney. No frills, but clean and charming.

2 months ago
Romney, West Virginia, United States
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Two choices in Romney: The Koolwink is a quaint, old-time motel like you found in the fifties. Clean, inexpensive, but no continental breakfast (McDonalds is just down the road, though) Its # is 304-822-3595 and is right along Rte 50 about 3 miles from the station. The other is the South Branch Inn (304-822-2444) is more modern with a lobby continental breakfast and is about 6 miles from train station and is also on Rte 50.

2 months ago
Williamsburg, Virginia
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We stayed at a Hampton Inn in Frostburg Md.

2 months ago
Cheswick, Pennsylvania
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We stayed at the KoolWink motel. See reviews. Ask for the rooms near the office instead of the upper level. The Eagle train is just about 3 miles away. Local cafe great for breakfast. See places to eat.

2 months ago
Pennsylvania, United States
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I did not see any motels. We did a day trip. The road to Romney is a decent road. Met my sister in Cumberland, Md and it only took us 45-50 minutes from there. We took 28 . I don't know what direction you are coming from, but you may want to look at staying in Cumberland, MD and not go to Keyser, WV

2 months ago
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