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Antietam Overlook Farm is a 19th century-style farmhouse on ninety-five acres atop the Blue Ridge range overlooking the Antietam National Battlefield and historic Sharpsburg, MD. The view is extraordinary with rolling mountains falling away into nearby Virginia, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. The farmhouse offers a special ambiance featuring rustic wood finishes, stone fireplaces, French lace curtains, and antiques. All of our spacious suites include fireplaces, plush Queen sized beds, and private bathrooms. All but one of the suites offer private screened porches and sitting tubs located in the bedrooms. Our live-in Owner/Chef-Mark, prepares a three course gourmet breakfast for 9am every morning, and guests are encouraged to linger and socialize.
4.2 on November 02, 2014
We spent last weekend at this B&B, and it was everything that it advertised. The rooms were huge; larger than any other B&B we have stayed in the past. The beds were very comfortable, and the private, screened in porch, attached to our room provided a beautiful view of the battlefield and the scenic area beyond. The ground were great for walking. It was far enough out (on a private lane) that you didn't hear the noise of passing cars, but near enough to Boonesboro, and Sharpsburg to be there in just a few minutes. The great room with a fireplace was so comfortable that it felt like home. You didn't have to worry about curling up on one of the leather couches. If you are looking for a place that is so historic you can't touch anything, this is not the place for you. If you want a wonderfully relaxing place with history right outside your room, then this place is a winner.
4.6 on October 08, 2014
Antietam Overlook Farm provided a perfect weekend getaway. We were able to have the perfect balance of activity and relaxation. The battlefield offers plenty of opportunities for educational exploration and Antietam Overlook Farm was the perfect hideaway of relaxation.
5 on October 01, 2014
We stayed at this lovely location 19 - 21 Sept. They were exceptionally accommodating in every regard. We decided at the last minute to visit Antietam and departed from home not sure what our loading arrangements would be for the weekend. We called at 6:30 p.m. on our way up from VA, and Molly graciously booked a room for us that evening and through the weekend, (This would have been impossible at other B&Bs we have visited.) Despite our late booking, we still found fresh flowers greeting us on our arrival. The facility is well-furnished, warm, and inviting. The view from the top of the mountain is simply beautiful, and the staff could not have been more pleasant and engaging. I must also comment on the food. Molly's cooking is, in a word, divine! Three-course breakfasts were served every morning, inclusive of homemade bread and jams/jellies. Thankfully, they have a little "store" from which you may purchase some of these delicacies. I purchased a complete set for myself and some for my family, as well. We are enjoying them still. This is genuinely a wonderful place to stay and will absolutely be our choice on our next visit to the area.
4.8 on September 14, 2014
The private acres surrounding the inn are fantastic with some excellent views of the Antietam Battlefield. The wild life abounds including deer, wild turkeys, a wonderful mix of birds tempted to come close to the inn with a series of feeders, as well as domestic ducks and chickens. The breakfast included dessert!
3.0 on September 04, 2014
I give this B&B an OK, It is clean and neat, but definitely not a culinary destination.. The room was quite comfortable, but the rough-sawn cedar boards on the walls and ceiling were just not well done, which gave the room a sloppy appearance. It does sit nicely on a mountain top, over-looking the battlefield, but the grounds were not well kept.
We realize that not everyone sees the beauty in natural wood or in home-cooked hearty meals, but the vast majority of our guests do. We prepare all home cooked meals from scratch, just like Grandma used to – down to home baked breads, cookies and desserts. Our inn is made with rough sawn hard and soft woods. They are not perfect, like wood paneling, but do change size and color as they age. The grounds are mowed and edges trimmed weekly, the flowers are watered a few times a week and the flower beds are weeded. With rain during the week, the grass grows faster but the grounds are maintained.
4.2 on August 27, 2014
Stayed only one night. The Inn sits on a ridge and has lovely views. We had a nice screened in porch which allowed us to sit out in the evening for our cocktails. We did have to drive a ways for dinner. We got something to go and brought it back to the room to enjoy on the porch as well. The room is very spacious, clean and comfortable. Very happy with our decision to stay at Antietam Overlook.
4.8 on July 28, 2014
Beautiful view and gracious hosts!!!
4.4 on July 20, 2014
My husband and I went to Antietam and Harpers Ferry for a Civil War weekend...hired a guide to take us around and had a great time. Our stay at the Overlook was just great! Everyone was very friendly and helpful. We watched the sunset on the screened-in porch with a glass of wine from the guests' refrigerator. Just delightful. Up on that ridge, seemed as tho we had escaped civilization, but it was just a short distance to the Antietam Visitors' Center, and Harper Ferry. The three course breakfast was really special! The best part was the blueberry crisp with icecream!! We didnt even get hungry for lunch! Thanks
4.0 on July 11, 2014
Delightful stay. I would have liked to stay longer.
4.8 on July 06, 2014
We very much enjoyed our weekend at Antietam Overlook Farm. It is a lovely B&B and the staff were wonderful. We will definitely visit again.
Our most sought after suite. Located on the second floor with windows on three sides. The room offers a magnificent view of the battlefield valley and the mountains of Pennsylvania beyond. Another view is of West Virginia and Virginia Mountains. Also offered is a large screened porch with sun deck, fireplace, and soaking tub in the bedroom, queen size bed, and furniture grouping and private bathroom.
Nightly Rate: $247.50 - $324.50
Located on the second floor with windows on two sides. The room offers softly flowered wallpaper, bookcases, a white wicker queen size bed, fireplace, private bathroom and a wonderful window seat in a niche where books, knick-knacks and pillows abound. The window seat may also be used as a sleeping accommodation.
Nightly Rate: $181.50 - $291.50
Queen Bedroom with Private sitting Room. Originally the rooms that the Bed and Breakfast started with. This is now a two room suite. It is very comfortable with a Private bath and shower. The rooms are Americana - Stars and Stripe and country comfortable.
Nightly Rate: $250 - $250
Located on the first floor with widows facing the battlefield. This suite’s view of the woods and valley make a magnificent backdrop to the large bird feeder. Watch the beautiful birds and lightning quick Humming birds from your own private screened porch. Sunsets to behold. Enjoy the fireplace while relaxing in the soaking tub. The romantic queen size bed is just the beginning to a cozy silent sleep. The suite is equipped with a desk, rocker, and private bath with a shower.
Nightly Rate: $203.50 - $291.50
Located on the first floor with windows and a porch on two sides. This large suite is equipped with a King size bed, wing chair, rocker, private bath, fireplace, a soaking tub in the bedroom and a private screened porch jutting into the garden area where you enjoy peaceful sunrises and deer watching.
Nightly Rate: $203.50 - $291.50
Located on the first floor with windows on two sides. This suite offers a magnificent view of the valley from your private screened porch. The view of the thick woods gives you a sense of seclusion. You can hear the silence. The suite is equipped with queen size bed, wing chair, rocker, private bath, fireplace and soaking tub in the bedroom. Enjoy the views, peaceful sunsets and deer watching.
Nightly Rate: $203.50 - $291.50
Harpers Ferry 13 miles, Historic Towns, Shepherdstown University 7 miles, Charles Town WV 17 miles, Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
Washington DC, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan National) 50 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Amenities Basket, BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Library, Parking, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar, Wheelchair access, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Telephone, Turndown Service
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Spa treatment, Massage, Tubing, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Whitewater Rafting
African Grey Parrot "Amadeo"
I like everything. Can talk about anything.
3 course gourmet
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
A classic egg dish, made by mixing eggs with Ricotta Cheese and other cheeses and a bit of Hot sauce. Add various ingredients, such as asparagus, mushrooms and many other possible options. Baked in a skillet and served piping hot.
Queen Bed, Soaking tub, Private porch/spectacular view, Private Bath, 3 Course Breakfast.