European Style - 130 Acre estate features historic 1765 Manor House which features eight sumptuous suites. Suites offer queen size beds, period furniture, marble tile baths, and beautiful vista views. Historic barn houses the winery, tasting room, brewery and distillery. Fine wines, craft beers & spirits are all made onsite. Be sure to sample our Lavender Gin - winner of San Francisco International Spirit Competition's Double Gold & Best of Class awards! Our award winning products are avail for purchase and overnight stays include a complementary wine tasting. Stroll the farm and enjoy the vineyards as well as an expansive lavender field and market. Listen to the sounds of our gurgling streams and our Italian Fountain. Summertime guests are welcomed with lavender lemonade. Farm fresh country breakfasts are served in the brick room each morning. The estate backs to Cunningham Falls state park - the ideal spot for hiking, paddle boarding, canoeing, bird watching, and exploring, and is situated on Rt 15 - part of the scenic byway. Canoeing, swimming, skiing, biking, and fishing are all nearby. Antique & boutique shopping as well as fine dining are all available in beautiful Frederick City. Enjoy history in nearby Gettysburg PA. Local orchards, farm markets, and historic pursuits are convenient as well.
3.6 on April 06, 2018
Husband and I spent our 34 wedding anniversary in the Johnson room. Thought I’d miss TV and internet but didn’t. Corey and Sarah were very helpful. Sarah is a great cook! We enjoyed the dillstillary and looking forward to June’s festival
4.6 on March 19, 2018
We recently booked and stayed in two rooms at the inn. (The second oldest house in MD!) and really enjoyed our stay. The beds are very comfortable and the innkeepers Sarah and Cory couldn’t be nicer and more accommodating. We stayed midweek so the property was quiet as the tasting room next door (distillery, brewery & winery) is only open on Friday, Sat & Sunday. That was fine with us as we went into nearby Frederick (15 min drive) for dinner. You feel the history in this Inn, and in the breakfast room in particular with its large brick beehive oven as the centerpiece in the room. The bathrooms are all updated in the guest rooms and the shower in our room was great! Nice water pressure and lots of hot water. We also appreciated the two complimentary bottles of water in our rooms and the two delicious lavender lemon cookies in each of our rooms. Breakfast is included in the room price and it was delicious! Hot and fresh brewed regular & decaf coffee, homemade blueberry muffins, yogurt and fruit parfait, juice, veggie egg soufflé, hash browns and country sausage. A couples things to note being that it is a historic property, there are no closets with hangers and no WiFi. There are hooks on the backs of doors though and we didn’t mind about the WiFi. All and all a very pleasant stay.
5 on September 02, 2017
This place is absolutely amazing. It's beautiful and we will be coming back for another stay. Thank you for a great stay and thank you for being such great inn keepers.
4.8 on May 24, 2017
My wife and I spent a weekend here for our anniversary. We had a wonderful experience. Our room was exceptional and the breakfast delicious. Sarah and Cory are a nice young couple and made us feel welcome. We also enjoyed several hours at the winery next door. I would absolutely recommend this B&B.
4.2 on August 22, 2016
Our stay started and ended with Cory and Sarah being very kind and helpful. The Inn was lovely, breakfast generous and tasty, and the nearby distillery a fun discovery. It will be on our list of go to places when visiting Hood College.
4.6 on August 12, 2016
My husband and I greatly enjoyed our stay at Springfield Manor. The property is gorgeous, clean and well maintained. The innkeepers were friendly, informative and helpful. The inn is super close to Catoctin and Cunningham Falls Parks so it's easy to go there for hiking and outdoor recreation. Also easy to get into downtown Frederick for restaurants and shopping. Highly recommend!
5 on May 21, 2016
My husband and I had our reception here in April 2016. The Inn Keepers, Sarah and Cory were very attentive, kind, generous and helpful. The Bed and Breakfast was phenomenal and good! My husband and I enjoyed the spinach, steak, and egg suffolate, the parfait, muffins and so much more! The scenery alone was so memorable and beautiful! I definitely suggest you choose the Springfield Manor Winery and Distillery, You'll be glad that you did!
4.2 on March 02, 2016
Great staff and was warm on one of the coldest days. Wish one of the many fireplaces could have been used. Had a few minor inconviences, a chair and bathroom quickly taken care of by caring staff. Looforward to another weekend.
5 on February 25, 2016
My fiancee and I spent Valentine's day in the Valerie's Secret room on the top floor of Springfield Manor. The manor is a beautiful house, our room was exactly what we had hoped for (including a beautiful view), and most importantly, the staff was amazing and so friendly. We had a lovely time at the winery as well tasting wines and listening to music. Highly recommend!
5 on February 24, 2016
Beautiful inn that is rustic elegance. The rooms are beautiful and the inn keepers Cory and Sarah are wonderful and attentive. The breakfast is amazing! A winery right next door that has amazing wines, live music and food, everything about the property is well thought out and welcoming. The staff at the Inn and the winery really put this property on the map! Well done Springfield Manor!
A second floor suite, named after the estate's original owner, James Johnson, who built and operated The Catoctin Furnace. The suite's name is also a tribute to the current owner, John, whose three sons have spent over a decade restoring grandeur to this historic estate.
Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 60 minutes miles
This property is convenient to Washington DC, Baltimore, Northern Virginia, & Gettysburg PA. Springfield Manor sits directly on Rt 15 - North of Frederick MD - South of Thurmont MD. Auburn Road is a small horseshoe shaped road which joins route 15 at both ends. The manor is 1/2 mile from either end of Auburn Road.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ruins, Ski area, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo