Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel
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Welcome to Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel
Nestled at the foot of the rolling Catoctin Mountains in Central Maryland, this unique country house hotel is acclaimed for its cuisine and luxurious accommodations.
Built in 1844, Antrim was once a thriving plantation and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Owners Dorothy and Richard Mollett have masterfully restored the mansion and the estate buildings on this 24-acre site. Visitors can enjoy first-hand the adaptive re-use of this exceptional restoration.
Located just 15 minutes from Historic Gettysburg, Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel offers a spectacular setting for romantic getaways, fine dining, elegant weddings, family reunions or corporate meetings and events.
Experience world class dining at it's best at Antrim 1844's Smokehouse Restaurant.
The gourmet six-course meal designed by our renowned Executive Chef Spencer Wolff will far surpass your expectations of a meal. While the intimate setting of our historic mansion provides an experience all of its own.
Come and join us for a spectacular dining experience. Only minutes from Gettysburg & Frederick, and well worth the hour drive from Baltimore & Washington DC!
"One of the most outstanding restaurant wine lists in the world " - The Wine Spectator
"One of the most prestigious inns in the country " - Zagat Survey
"In the top 1% of restaurants in North America " - DiRoNA
"The most romantic table around " - Washingtonian
"Antrim 1844 easily provides one of the most genteel and luxurious dining
experiences in the free state." - Frederick Magazine
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Immerse your best and brightest employees in the luxurious surroundings and culinary excellence that Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel is best known for.
Legend has it that General George Meade planned his Gettysburg campaign from the Cupola at Antrim because of the extraordinary vista it gave him over the battlefield. Antrim 1844 offers corporate planners and professionals the same special vantage point today. Develop a perspective at Antrim 1844 where direction and purpose become more focused and innovative.
All of the meeting facilities are situated within the 24-acre rural estate and the campus-like setting provides an inviting, first class atmosphere.
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Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel is truly the wedding experience of which you have always dreamed. Nestled on 25 acres of pristine rose gardens, sprawling lawns and manicured boxwood lies the masterfully restored mansion, built in 1844. Our experienced event planners will guide you through every step, providing guidance, advice and creativity to make your day everything that you have always imagined. Every detail is attended to...from china to glassware...flowers to photographers... Whether it is an intimate affair for 30 or an extravagant party for 250, we strive to provide gracious service, impeccable food and tremendous value.
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Antrim 1844 is located within easy reach of three major metropolitan areas, Philadelphia, PA, Baltimore, MD, and Washington DC. Located approximately 15 minutes from Gettysburg's Civil War battlefields, Frederick, Westminster and Hanover; Antrim is in an area rich in history and varied attractions.
From Baltimore: Beltway 695 to exit 19, 795 North. Exit onto Route 140 West. Go through Westminster to the Taneytown traffic circle. Continue on Route 140 by turning right from the circle. Follow approximately 1 mile into Taneytown. Just beyond the Sheetz gas station, turn left on Trevanion Road. Proceed 150 feet and turn right at the first set of brick pillars.
From Washington: Beltway 495 to I-270 West toward Frederick. Take Route 15 North toward Gettysburg. Go to Route 140 East toward Taneytown. In Taneytown, go through the stoplight and over the railroad tracks. In 1/8 mile the road splits; bear right on Trevanion Road. Proceed 150 feet and turn right at the first set of brick pillars.
From Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Turnpike to Harrisburg. Take Route 15 South. Go approximately 35 miles to Route 140 East toward Taneytown. In Taneytown, go through the stoplight and over the railroad tracks. In 1/8 mile the road splits; bear right on Trevanion Road. Proceed 150 feet and turn right at the first set of brick pillars.
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