my husband and I stayed here overnight. We stayed in the Antietam Room which was spacious, and the bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was small but functional.
Joanne and Paul, the innkeepers were just wonderful. the breakfast was just delicious and plentiful. my husband does not it regular eggs and Joanne made him an egg white omelet! While we ate our breakfast, Joanne gave us a bit of history of the Inn and surrounding areas.
we would highly recommend this Inn. Lots of pamphlets, and books to read. Joanne and Paul were very helpful with their suggestions (especially the restaurant The Public House and Tavern) which was just a block away and very good.
All in all a wonderful experience. Joanne also recommended our guide, Bob Murphy, to take us around Antietam. He was positively the best!
- 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