Maryland Bed & Breakfast Association

Pleasant Springs Farm Bed and Breakfast

Boyds, Maryland

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  • Address: 16112 Barnesville Road
    Boyds, Maryland
  • Phone: 301 972 3452
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  • # of Rooms: 1 cottage
  • Private Baths: 2
  • Rates: $175 double
  • Payment Accepted: cash, checks, traveler checks
  • When you stay in Boyds, MD, you are in the Montgomery County Agricultural Preserve of 93,000 acres. Farmland forms the scenery, dotted with many equestrian operations, orchards, small and large farms and roadside markets. Yet an hour’s train ride brings you into the heart of the Nation’s Capitol. And on the other side of the big lake is Germantown, a new city of 90,000 residents. Pleasant Springs Farm Bed and Breakfast near Boyds, Maryland is the perfect choice for peace and comfort after a day of touring in Washington DC. Just-married couples delight in complete privacy and many anniversaries are celebrated. Full breakfast at your time is the daily event. Sheep may baa and frogs sing, rain may beat a tatoo on the tin roof, but otherwise there are no sounds to disturb your repose. Nearby is Black Hills Regional Park with its 550 acre lake, Little Seneca State Park, the Potomac River, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and Towpath and Sugarloaf Mountain. Fine dining may be enjoyed at the Comus Inn. Within three miles is Germantown with many restaurants, shopping, Black Rock Center for the Arts, Starbucks, grocery stores. The MARC train at Boyds (free parking) whisks visitors into Washington or they may go by METRO, an easy 25 minute drive.The log cabin at Pleasant Springs Farm, built in 1768, has welcomed family and guests for nearly 250 years. The current owners have made every effort to retain the authenticity, yet provide the finest facilities for today’s guests. Professional architects resulted in a prize-winning restoration for this National Register site. The chestnut logs, stone fireplace, tin roof and narrow stairway are much the same as they were when George Washington was a youngster. He would have liked the sparkling bathrooms and stainless steel in the kitchen. Exquisite care is taken of the flower-and-vegetable-filled gardens. Bluebirds and butterflies provide motion. Down at the fish-filled pond, a canoe is ready to be paddled about and a path leads into woods filled with huge old trees.


    • Air Conditioning
    • Child Friendly
    • Fireplace
    • Guest Microwave
    • Guest Refrigerator
    • Hair Dryer
    • Iron
    • Private Baths
    • Private Cottages


    • Biking
    • Boating
    • Fishing
    • Golfing
    • Hiking
    • Horseback Riding
    • Rafting
    • Shopping