My husband and I stayed at the Lodge roughly a year ago. I have recently become a "trip adivisor junkie" and thought, why not, this may help someone out. My husband booked a two night stay at the lodge for a joint birthday gift for ourselves. It is a relaxing, quiet, romantic place to stay. Almost too quiet. We are in our mid twenties and I have to say it may not be the place for someone in that age group. The cabins are very cute and cozy. The fireplace added to the cabin feel. They have a small kitchen area which is basically a few cabinets and countertop no sink. We took some sodas and teas and snacks with us and they came in handy. There is NO TV or RADIO, we did take a radio with us and I'm glad we did. If you enjoy snuggling up and watching a movie you may want to consider taking a portable DVD player. We ate lunch and dinner at the restaurant which was very good. It is pricey but we knew that when we booked the place. We did not take our dog with us, but I would think those of you that are thinking about doing that think again. I didnt see any place to take them so they could run off a leash. If you have a well behaved dog that you can let off a leash then maybe you would be ok. Overall the logde is a nice place. If you like things to do and go see and a little more action then this may not be the place for you. If you are in the MD/VA area you may want to check out St Michaels . There are some very nice places to stay there, you are right by the water and you have the little town to walk through and shop, etc. Still a pricey place to stay but you have MANY more options. Hope this helps.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Comfort - Privacy - Relaxation. We often hear these words when people talk about the Savage River Lodge. Nestled within more than 700 acres of Western Maryland's Savage River State Forest, the lodge is a peaceful retreat from a busy world. Once you're here, you'll find all the elements of relaxation and comfort--fantastic food, sink-into accommodations, your own private cabin, and exceptional hospitality. Whether you prefer to watch nature from your rocking chair or spend your day in pursuit of your favorite outdoor activity, you'll take home the spirit of the forest...and the Savage River Lodge. Our eighteen luxury cabins and the nearby lodge building, surrounded by the forest, convey a rustic, lived-in comfort. Our amenities and appointments, however are decidedly upscale and infused with a genuinely friendly and relaxed hospitality. ... more less
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