Superior Bed & Breakfast
The Inn sits amidst the hallowed ground of the Civil War's Antietam Battlefield. It's nostalgic ambience recalls a
day in September, 1862 when 155,000 boys in Blue and Gray gallantly fought for The Cause. To take one's ease in this
timeless setting is to sink into a reverie of Civil War days.
Furnishings of Victorian grace and vintage define the gentler pace of life. Hospitality, for resident innkeepers Bob Leblanc and Charles Van Metre, is a sharing of treasure, be it recipes of a country brunch, an introduction to the best tour of Antietam, or tips on the finest dining in the tri-state region.
Come partake of the beauty of pastoral surroundings and a gracious past. Let the Inn at Antietam impart its magic and rare perspective on Civil War times. The views from the porch are of farmland that rolls away to mountains so misty blue they are called "Blue Ridge."
The placid sweep is unchanged in more than a century, but for the monuments. Of marble and bronze and granite, they stand sentinel in Sharpsburg's fields and lanes to tell the story of the single most devastating day of conflict in American History.
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