Get Away From It All At This Maryland Farmhouse Surrounded By Sprawling Views
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We love a good group vacation. Whether you’re seeking someplace to get away with extended family or a group of friends, there are plenty of places in Maryland to accommodate your needs. The following farmhouse is available to rent through VRBO, and it makes for a relaxing stay among nature. Enjoy the roomy interior, sprawling views, and picture-perfect fishing spot! This place has it all and after reading the details (and looking at the photos), it just may be calling your name. After all, it’s one of the most scenic getaways in Maryland you can have!
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Getaways In Maryland
What are some of the best day trips in Maryland?
To say there is so much to explore in Maryland is an understatement. But we are here to (try) and make things easier for you. If you want some ideas for unique day trips in Maryland, you may consider walking along the C&O Canal. At 184 miles in length, you can spend all day walking or biking along this scenic trail. If you enjoy art, head to Charm City where you will find the American Visionary Art Museum. With countless things to see and do in this city alone, consider spending the night so you can have more time to explore.
Can I spend the night on a farm in Maryland?
Farmstays are a wonderful way to find some peace and quiet and, oftentimes, be able to see and/or play with farm animals. Yorkie Acres Farm in Friendsville offers nightly accommodations in a yurt. Best of all, you can visit with the livestock during your stay. And then there’s Crow Farm Vineyard & Winery. If you enjoy wine, a stay at this bed and breakfast in Kennedyville may be ideal.
What are some of the most unique places to stay in Maryland?
There are so many incredibly unique places to spend the night in Maryland. If you happen to be visiting the National Harbor, a stay at Gaylord National will provide you with both fun and resort-level accommodations and amenities. It’s expensive but worth the price. Head to Annapolis and you can stay at the historic Governor Talbert House. One of the most unique parts of this hotel is the glass floor through which you can see preserved sections of the original foundation.