Shepherdstown, West Virginia, is a delightfully quaint town of fewer than 2,000 residents. Shops and restaurants line German Street, the town’s main thoroughfare, many occupying 18th century buildings that retain all of their two-hundred-year-old charm. Blending with the town is the venerable Shepherd University, which plays host not only to 4,000 students annually, but also to the immensely popular Contemporary American Theater Festival. Our main showroom and manufacturing facility is located in this special setting. Discover for yourself why Shepherdstown was voted one of the Coolest Small Towns in America. Grab a perfectly created cup of coffee at the Lost Dog and explore the many shops and galleries throughout town. Check out the links below for some of our top suggestions, but be sure to ask any of our staff for additional recommendations. Enjoy! Where to Eat From casual fare to fine dining, Shepherdstown has a lot of choices available for midday or evening dining. The Bavarian Inn— German and American cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. Check out their new taproom. Press Room— Eclectic menu with a Mediterranean accent in a cozy setting. Maria’s Taqueria — Fresh Mexican and Southern Californian tacos, burritos, and more. What to Do The area around Shepherdstown is steeped in history. After enjoying the downtown shops, pay a visit to scenic Harpers Ferry (above) or the Antietam National Battlefield. Shepherdstown Galleries— From quirky keepsakes to fine art, the shops and galleries around Shepherdstown offer it all. Harpers Ferry— Situated at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers, Harpers Ferry will please history buffs and scenery aficionados alike. Antietam Battlefield— Learn about a critical battle that led to the issuing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Where to Stay Choose a room overlooking the Potomac River or one in the heart of downtown. The Bavarian Inn— Reserve ahead for a chalet room with a view of the Potomac River. Thomas Shepherd Inn— Immerse yourself in history with a stay in this hospitable inn built in 1868. Clarion Conference Center— Affordable, comfortable accommodations with extras such as a heated outdoor pool and exercise facility. Although small, there’s a lot packed into Shepherdstown’s shopping area—coffee shops, restaurants, galleries and more provide the town with its unique identity. History buffs will appreciate nearby Harpers Ferry and Antietam National Battlefield.