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The Wilderness
2 Thistle Rd.
Catonsville, MD 21228
USA
Phone: +1--4107440590

Ellen Sawaya

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Come and enter the bygone era of victorian summer-home living.  The Wilderness invites you to come out for a visit and get lost in your dreams......The Dugan Suite's primary bedroom with queen size bed and 1930's furniture - great views of the back yard and woods! The 2nd bedroom has a twin bed and the option of a fold out bed to accommodate a group of 4
The Blue and Gold's suite primary bedroom has a queen size bed and it's sitting room has a twin bed and the option of a fold out bed to accommodate a group of 4.The Patapsco suite is on the 1st floor, has a private bath across the hallway, and is a nice option for those who cannot climb steps.  It has a full size bed.
The Sullivan Suite has soft colors, a queen size bed and a charming sitting room with bay window that overlooks the front drive.The Wilderness living room on the first floor is public space all guests may enjoy.  It has access to the foyer and the veranda, plenty of comfy chairs and a piano in the adjacent music room.
The stone patio on the rear of the house over looks the vegetable garden, border gardens and lots of woods - a great place to sit and relax in the warm weather.  Guests may also breakfast on the patio.The formal dining room always has desserts and 
other treats for guests to enjoy.  In the evenings, cordials are frequently on the table for a final night cap on the weekends.
The Wilderness Concierge preparing the morning menu.