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Maryland’s distinguished heritage is closely intertwined with that of the United States. The Old Line State possesses an abundance of historic sites that have defined the nation’s past, such as Antietam National Battlefield, the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, and the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway. The state’s rustic western region features flourishing forests that are wonderful places to hike and camp, including the expansive Catoctin Mountain State Park. To the east, Maryland’s iconic Chesapeake Bay offers a vast array of delicious seafood and relaxing beaches to enjoy.
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Historic Inns of Annapolis
The Historic Inns of Annapolis were once personal residences of lords and governors and frequent stopovers for signers of the Declaration of Independence. Today they have been transformed into three charming historic inns that will take you back in time, with 124 guestrooms all handsomely restored and tastefully furnished in original and reproduction antiques.
Escape the ordinary and immerse yourself in first-class service and accommodations in a fabulous boutique hotel in Baltimore. Rich colors and a chic atmosphere set the tone for a luxurious experience at the historic Hotel Brexton.
Lord Baltimore Hotel
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Lord Baltimore Hotel was hailed as the largest hotel ever built in the state of Maryland. Built in the classic style popular during the 1920s, the hotel still holds timeless appeal for today's travelers. A convenient downtown location make the hotel ideally suited for business and leisure travelers alike.
Inn at Perry Cabin
St. Michaels,Maryland,United States
The former home of a naval officer, the historic Inn at Perry Cabin is situated on waterfront of the Miles River by the Chesapeake Bay. Built in 1816, the Inn was designed by Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s aide-de-camp, Samuel Hambleton. The stately Greek Revival manor in picturesque St. Michaels beckons to those who seek the small town charm and colonial history of Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Nestled at the foot of the breathtaking Catoctin Mountains in Central Maryland, the beautiful 24-acre Antrim 1844 estate is renowned for its superb cuisine and upscale accommodations. Owners Richard and Dorothy Mollett have masterfully restored the property to reflect its original splendor of 1844. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, visitors can experience the rich history with touches of modern elegance.