Wife and I stayed in the Stonewall Jackson room that fronted Main Street and had a peaceful night sleep. Access to the front wrought iron porch was nice and great place to have glass of wine and people watch. The gardening/landscaping is impressive but more so are the items Joanne dug up and will show you the history of the property. Plus her appreciation of history and research into the property is deep. We also took a tour with Bob Murphy of Sharpsburg battlefield (Antietam to the Yankees) and found his presentation excellent (ask Johanne to arrange). Be sure to watch the supplied DVD on the battle before you go. Treats, drinks, and breakfast were very good and presented timely. Also check out the summer kitchen and amazing improvements made by Paul.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Sharpsburg landmark since 1804, historic ambiance with all modern amenities at the heart of the Antietam Historic Area. The privacy of a hotel with the charm, grace and comfort of a B&B. ... more less