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Trip Advisor One of the Best B&B's Ever!
Sep 18, 2014 by: PatnJenCaveCreek_AZ from Cave Creek, AZ
Actually stayed at the Overloon Farm for 2 nights on a business retreat. The Farm has 5 rooms all with private screen proches, soaking tubs and fireplaces. The decor was very tasteful country farm/elegant rustic and the beds were very comfortable. You are really away from it all with a jaw dropping view of the battlefield and amazing sunsets. Since we took up all of the rooms we practically had the run of the place utilizing all the common spaces which were jsut as cozy as the sleeping rooms. The farm offers complimentary beverages and cookies all day and the breakfasts were amazing. I'm still dreaming of the homemade bread with homemade jams and jellies - wonderful. The inn also offers dinners by reservation which we took advantage of one night as well, this was also a wonderful meal. The staff are friendly and accomodating but not hovering. They catereed ansd anticipated our every need. Even Mr. Mewoser, the resident cat was very friendly. (don't worry those with allergies - he stayss outside the inn). Overall I'm very glad I was able to experience this hidden gem and hope to return someday with my Hubs for a personal visit.

Trip Advisor A Trip back in Time
Sep 18, 2014 by: Carol M from 
This in is located over looking the battle field of Antietam, where our forefathers fought for freedom of slavery. It is a beautiful setting and a beautiful Inn. The inn is very comfortable with a wonderful staff, that makes you feel very much at home. They are very welcoming and the food is delicious all the way from the home made bread, to the gourmet entrees. This inn features a wonderful jacuzzi, that over looks the whole valley, The rooms are beautiful with a great room with several fireplaces and a large screen TV. The overall experience was wonderful. Can't wait to go back.

Trip Advisor Elegant B&B
Sep 02, 2014 by: Ed M from Livingston, NJ
We stayed two nights at the Antietam Overlook B&B. Our room was very large and had it's own porch. The room was bright and well kept. It's a very quiet inn tucked behind gates and sort of off the beaten path. It's a very pleasant atmosphere. Breakfast was very good and if you like large portions this is the place for you. For obvious reasons the inn has loads of paintings having to do with the battle of Antietam and offers a CD tour of the battlefield free of charge to it's guests. Mr. Meowser the friendly cat is always there to welcome you OUTSIDE, which is a nice little touch. Overall I found the Antietam Overlook Farm to be a very pleasant place to stay.

Trip Advisor Very Relaxing Stay
Aug 27, 2014 by: Cynthia B from Fernandina Beach, Florida
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. The room was very spacious, clean and comfortable. Very happy with our decision to stay at Antietam Overlook. My husband and I have very specific food needs and they were very willing to accommodate us with a yummy made to order breakfast.

Trip Advisor Hidden Gem
Jun 05, 2014 by: Malou D from Stanardsville, Virginia
Antietam Overlook Farm offers a wonderful fun escape for a weekend or weekday getaway. The view is stupendous and looks down on Antietam Battlefield, The rooms are spacious, each with a fireplace, whirlpool tub and on the ground floor, a screened in porch. All amenities are provided included a delicious daily breakfast, a fully stocked bar, snacks and access to the hot tub. It is relaxing, with lots of hiking trails, a parrot with a great vocabulary, lovely gardens, plus great conversations and between Tina and Mark, guests are pampered and spoiled. One note: Adults only, no children.

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