The Maryland Capital region bed and breakfast inns welcome you to this historic area. From the beautiful covered bridges and scenic farmlands to the north, to the hustle and bustle of the large metropolis that surrounds our nation's capital, the Capital Region has something to offer visitors of all ages. Founded in 1745, Frederick County and downtown Frederick have played a role in every major chapter of American history. Located on the Mason Dixon Line, the county was the site of the Battle of South Mountain and the Battle of Monocacy. Towns were occupied by troops from both sides in the days before the nearby battles of Antietam and Gettysburg.
The Appalachian Trail follows the western border of Frederick County for 40 of its 2,170 miles, much of them along South Mountain.
To the north, the picturesque Catoctin Mountains serve as the setting for several parks and many local attractions you'll want to see. These parks offer recreational activities such as swimming, boating, camping, skating, and horseback riding, to mention a few. C&O Canal National Historic Park preserves the canal era when coal, lumber, and agricultural products floated down the Potomac River to market. A visit to the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, the repository of exhibits and artifacts devoted to the technological and procedural advances made in the medical field during that period, makes for a great history lesson.
To the south, Washington, DC is only a short distance away by the ever-convenient METRO train system.
The Maryland Capital region bed and breakfast inns are inspected and approved by the MBBA to provide the accommodations and hospitality found only with the B&B experience.
Maryland Capital Region Bed and Breakfast Inns
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 [read more]Boyds, Maryland
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Situated half a mile down a quiet farm road, Butterfly Fields Bed & Breakfast offers peace and quiet to the person looking to get away from it all, yet is the perfect centrally located B&B to stay at while making day trips into Washington, D.C., Baltimore or Annapolis, MD. With the surrounding gardens, decks, pastures, [read more]Lothian, Maryland 20711-9652
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Morningside Inn Bed and Breakfast in Frederick, Maryland — Weddings, business conferences and overnight guests are welcomed to the quiet seclusion of this amazing country inn’s rolling 330 acres east of Frederick City. Breakfast is served in the spacious dining room overlooking ponds, fields and forest hosting a variety of local wildlife. Morningside Inn Bed and [read more]Frederick, Maryland
Toll Free: 800-786-7403
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Step back into gracious living at historic Longwood Manor. Built in 1817, Longwood resembles Mt. Vernon and was often visited by Thomas Jefferson and other notables. Each room has been carefully appointed with attractive antique and antique styled furniture which calls to mind a time in which craftsmen prided themselves in their work. Fine Oriental [read more]Brookeville, Maryland
Phone: (301) 774-1002
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