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Cities in Maryland:

Annapolis
Baltimore
Berlin
Bethesda
Boonsboro
Boyds
Brookeville
Buckeystown
Cambridge
Cantonsville
Cascade
Catonsville
Charlotte Hall
Chesapeake Beach
Chesapeake City
Chestertown
Clear Spring
Coltons Point
Columbia
Crisfield
Deep Creek Lake
Deer Park
Easton
Elkton
Ellicott City
Federalsburg
Fort Washington
Frederick
Frostburg
Galesville
Georgetown
Grantsville
Hagerstown
Hancock
Havre de Grace
Hollywood
Keedysville
La Plata
Linwood
Little Orleans
Lothian
McHenry
Mount Savage
New Market
New Windsor
Oakland
Ocean City
Oxford
Princess Anne
Queenstown
Ridge
Rock Hall
Royal Oak
Salisbury
Sharpsburg
Sherwood
Silver Spring
Smith Island
Snow Hill
Solomons
St. George Island
St. Mary's City
St. Michaels
Stevenson
Stevensville
Swanton
Sykesville
Takoma Park
Taneytown
Tilghman
Tilghman Island
Westminster
Whitehaven
Woodstock
 
 
 

Bed and Breakfasts, Inns, Hotels, and Lodging in Maryland:

Brampton Bed and Breakfast Inn

Chestertown, Maryland
bramptoninn.com 410-778-1860
The Brampton Bed and Breakfast Inn: Gracious hospitality - Antebellum elegance - Pastoral setting, on Maryland's Eastern Shore, one mile outside historic Chestertown.. . .

1840s Carrollton Inn

Baltimore, Maryland
www.1840scarrolltoninn.com 410-385-1840
The 1840s Carrollton Inn, a boutique bed and breakfast comprised of a series of interconnected rowhomes, some dating back to the early 19th century, surrounds a central courtyard adjacent to the 1840s Plaza. This luxurious inn boasts historic quality antiques and decorator furnishings. The first 13 luxury bed and breakfast rooms and suites are available for reservations! Located at the center of Heritage Walk in historic Jonestown, the 1840s Carrollton Inn is within a short walk of Inner Harbor attractions, Little Italy's fine dining, shopping and dining in Harbor East and the nightlife at. . .
Where pure luxury meets timeless elegance!

Turf Valley

Ellicott City, Maryland
turfvalley.com (410) 465.1500
Turf Valley offers a variety of the features and amenities that will leave your guests with a lasting impression and a desire to return, year after year. • 171 beautifully appointed Guest Rooms, including over 70 Luxurious Suites to accommodate you in comfort and style. • The Villas at Turf Valley, for your extended-stay home away from home, offer two and three bedroom suites with full kitchens. • Complimentary high-speed Wireless Internet access in every guest room, as well as in hot spots throughout the property, to keep you connected while you're away. • Enjoy regional favorites in. . .

Chez Amis

Annapolis, Maryland
chezamis.com 410-263-6631
The Chez Amis (House of Friends) is located in the heart of historic Annapolis, Maryland just steps from the State Capitol, St. John's College, the city dock, the Naval Academy, antique shops and fabulous dining.. . .

Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa

Chesapeake Beach, Maryland
chesapeakebeachresortspa.com 301-855-0096
Where Hospitality Meets the Bay. Historic Chesapeake Beach is our hotel's ideal setting, offering you Southern Maryland's only resort with expansive views and miles of shoreline, right on the Chesapeake Bay. During your stay, you'll enjoy not only great views, but a range of upscale amenities and thoughtful services. Whether you want to cast your reel and spend a day on the water, or relax while you enjoy a luxurious body treatment, our Chesapeake Beach Resort amenities are truly first-class. Wake up to a delicious breakfast and fall asleep to the soothing sounds of the bay in your water-front. . .

Parsonage Inn

St. Michaels, Maryland
parsonage-inn.com 410-745-8383
Nestled in the National Historic District and charming colonial seaport of St. Michaels Maryland, this unique brick Victorian (c. 1883) is just across the street from the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum entrance. We are a few blocks or walking distance from the harbor and most restaurants or shops it town. The town of St. Michaels is a picturesque harbor on the Miles River which feeds into the Chesapeake Bay. Its homes date back to the colonial era with many period homes from the 1800's. In recent years, the town has become a major destination for boaters and travelers in the Mid-Atlantic. . .
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Blue Door on Baltimore

Baltimore, Maryland
bluedoorbaltimore.com 410-732-0191
Experience Casual Elegance by the Harborfrom a Baltimore row house Bed and Breakfast. Located in historic Butchers Hill, you are steps away from Patterson Park , Johns Hopkins Medical Center , and Fells Point. Baltimore's business and entertainment are all within easy reach of the Blue Door. Take in the Inner Harbor, trendy neighborhood restaurants, strolls in the park or along the waterfront, an Orioles or Ravens game, or day-trip exploring Maryland.. . .
Casual Elegance by the Harbor

Jacob Rohrbach Inn

Sharpsburg, Maryland
jacob-rohrbach-inn.com 301-432-5079
A Sharpsburg landmark since 1804 this award winning Bed & Breakfast is brimming with historic charm and gracious hospitality. Guests enjoy our spacious landscaped grounds and gardens located in the center of an historic village little changed since the Civil War. Our five lovingly restored guest rooms are within walking distance of restaurants, ice cream parlor, bakery, taverns, and the Antietam Battlefield. Guests may visit four national parks, Antietam, the C&O Canal, the Appalachian Trail, and Harpers Ferry, as well as South Mountain State Battlefield and John Brown's HQ, the Kennedy Fa. . .
Visit four National Parks!

George Brooks House Bed and Breakfast

St. Michaels, Maryland
georgebrookshouse.com 410-745-8381
The George Brooks House is a cozy, yet luxurious, B&B in the tranquil outskirts of St. Michaels, Maryland. Each of the six rooms at the inn are masterfully decorated and thoughtfully furnished to make a stay at the George Brooks House relaxing and memorable. Breakfast each morning is served from 8 to 10 AM and made fresh to order. With fresh fruit and main courses such as lemon ricotta soufflé, stuffed French toast, and eggs Venetian, guests are certain to leave the dining area in the immaculate dining room or poolside patio feeling satisfied and energized. Discover the serene beauty of St. . .

Gramercy Mansion Bed and Breakfast

Stevenson, Maryland
www.gramercymansion.com 410-486-2405
When a mansion and gardens crown 45 acres of woodlands, dreams come true! Travel up a winding drive lined with stone walls and vistas to the porte cochere of this English Tudor bed & breakfast. Furnished with antiques, artwork and oriental carpets, Gramercy captures the elegance of a bygone era and whispers of historic events past. Guests long remember the terraced lower garden, "Our Special Place," overlooking Greenspring Valley. The colorful flower display begins in April and is constant through the last of October. What could be better than to retire to handsome guest suites decorated. . .
Greenspring Valley's hidden gem

Activities in Maryland:

Ocean City Boardwalk

Maryland
ocean-city.com
The Travel Channel calls our classic wooden boardwalk one of America's best. USA Today named it one of the nation's "Top 10 Great Boardwalks." In short, it's three miles of highly concentrated fun - and one more reason to get to OC ASAP. Start your day on the Ocean City boardwalk with a morning bike ride. You can bring your own, or rent from one of our many bike shops. Or if you'd rather just sit back and ride, the boardwalk tram can whisk you anywhere in minutes, while you enjoy a beautiful ocean view. Day or night, there's always something happening - and quite often, it's free. Take i. . .

Lacrosse Museum & Lacrosse Hall of Fame

Maryland
www.uslacrosse.org/TopNav/MuseumHallofFame/VisittheMuseum.aspx 410.235.6882
Lacrosse Hall of Fame and LacrosseMuseum www.uslacrosse.org/museum/halloffame.phtml America's oldest sport, yes, you guessed it from the title- Lacrosse. Come and visit the Lacrosse Museum to discover the origins of this great sport which include Native American beginnings. The American Indians played varieties of a stickball game. What an exciting showplace for artifacts, memorabilia, equipment, uniforms, written material, documents and more which tell the past and present of this long time sport! Many of the items are vintage and you will see trophies as well as outstanding sculptur. . .