We stayed in the Antietam Room, a spacious and well-furnished second-floor room overlooking
very attractive grounds. The room is appropriately named for the famous battlegrounds nearby, there are DVDs, books and other materials on the subject in the room. The hosts(Paul and
Joanne Breitenbach) were warm and helpful at every turn. Paul arranged a private tour of the
Antietam Battlegrounds for my husband, which he appreciated very much. The breakfasts were
superb---fresh fruits(some from their backyard), homemade breads, muffins, egg dishes,
awesome French toasts and great coffee! All this shared at table with very interesting guests.
- 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