There are a number of different regions in Maryland, each offering abundant recreational pursuits, colorful history, exciting entertainment, world class spas and much more. Sweeping over the state tourists will find everything from quaint small towns to cosmopolitan cities offering many wonderful amenities. From hotels to cabins, no matter what type of Maryland accommodation you're seeking, you'll find it. Big cities boast both Maryland luxury hotels and charming Maryland bed and breakfast choices.
If you're planning on a stay in Baltimore one of the best places to find a wonderful Maryland bed and breakfast is in the Fells Point district along the waterfront. Celie's Waterfront Inn is an excellent choice offering a thoughtful and brightly decorated interior, a terrific location and amenities to suit many needs. Ideal for a romantic honeymoon or just a few days getaway this bed and breakfast in Maryland offers close proximity to many attractions, restaurants and great shopping opportunities. When you choose to stay at Celie's you'll enjoy a mesh of old mixed perfectly with the new and choose to stay indoors and relax or take Maryland tours of the area by foot or by water craft. The incredible number of amenities at Celies' includes an outdoor patio and lush garden, a panoramic harbor view, free Wifi connection, a loaner laptop computer, luxurious textiles and furnishings, satellite TV and a complimentary continental breakfast.
In Western Maryland, in Hagerstown, the Inn on Potomac offers 100 year old history combined with period antiques, a beautiful art collection and elegant guest suites. Belgian waffles, baked french toast and sumptuous breakfast casseroles offer the perfect start to any day in historic Hagerstown. Wind day after a long day of sightseeing with complimentary wine and cheese every evening while you gather and socialize with other Inn guests. The expansive surrounding terrace provides and ideal place to kick back and sip a hot coffee in the morning or an award winning wine pre or post dinner. Nearby there are plenty of great outlets and stores for shopping. History fans love exploring the Antietam Battlefield. The Inn's Tranquility Salon and Spa gives everyone the perfect excuse to stay at this Maryland accommodation for the day and experience true bliss with a number of sublime and relaxing treatments.
The view when approaching the Morningside Inn in Frederick is certainly something to remember. This capital region Maryland bed and breakfast focuses on nature at its finest and is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Once an early 1900s bank barn, the Morningside Inn has been renovated to countryside perfection. Post and beam in traditional Amish style, heavy wood barn beams and exquisite craftmanship come together to create one of the most unique bed and breakfasts in the region. Indoors the captivating architecture remains home to a gallery of local art in each unique room. Each of the eight beautifully appointed guest rooms present king or queen size beds, air conditioning, quaint decor and fine country elegance all around. The central great room houses a two-sided fireplace made completely of stone and offering the best place to socialize or curl up with a good book.
Three hundred acres of forest and fields offer a number of things to do including Maryland golfing, canoeing, antique shopping, cycling, Maryland tours of local wineries and natural areas and much more. When choosing this particular Maryland accommodation you'll get the best illustration of the beauty exhibited amid Maryland's great outdoors and how relaxing a trip in the state can actually be. From the eastern shores to the west to the capital region, a bed and breakfast in Maryland can add an understated elegance, layers of history and a certain comfort and personalized service you may not find in area hotels.