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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.

Trip Advisor Very accommodating
May 08, 2014 by: fude4thot from Washington, DC
Our group rented the entire Inn for a girls getaway. The owner and staff could not have been more accommodating. Anything we needed was provided with a smile. The view is great, and there are lots of screened porches set up for bird watching (and, as luck would have it, lots of birds!). We had a lovely time. Rooms are fine -- well set up for couples (which we were NOT), and the common areas are fantastic, particularly if your group has the run of the place.

Trip Advisor Breathtaking Views
Apr 19, 2014 by: inspired64 from Center Moriches
Beautiful and inviting...looks just like the pictures on the website. Rooms are spacious and our deep soaking tub was great. Everyone was so nice: Israel and Tina- thank you for being so warm and outgoing! As other reviewers mentioned: complimentary soda, wine, coffee, tea, and hot cocoa all the time. The common room is so friendly and we loved sitting by the huge fireplace that they lit for everyone, drinking wine, and getting to know other guests... Of course, if you are not interested in socializing you didn't have to. 5 minutes to battlefield, and Harpers Ferry about 25 minutes away. Would love to go again to this B and B!

Trip Advisor Quiet and Restful
Mar 26, 2014 by: lavenderButler from butler
Loved the breakfast, it was filling, and the staff was very understanding about our diets requests. Rooms were nice and the whole atmosphere was relaxing. Beautiful views! And the staff also gave us recommendations for dinner. Go to Sheperdsville, great little town, and some fun little shops, restaurants! I did see one review regarding children, and this is not a place to take kids, but it is great for couples, girlfriends etc. Loved it!

Trip Advisor Peaceful and Friendly
Mar 09, 2014 by: Heidi H from Washington DC, District of Columbia
My husband and I were looking for a place to get away from the bustle of the city and unwind for a couple of days. This inn was perfect. It was amazingly quiet and peaceful all the time, with beautiful views over the valley. The breakfasts were delicious and filling. The staff was very accommodating of everyone's needs--some ate breakfast at 7:30 to get out early, while most of us ate at 9. They asked if we had any special dietary needs and took care to make sure they were met. On our second morning, there were 8 guests at breakfast and a range of needs--vegetarians, gluten-free, no pork, low carbs--the kitchen took care of all of them and provided a fabulous meal for us all. The owner was very hospitable. There is a little kitchenette area for guests, stocked with beer, soft drinks, coffee, hot chocolate, and more. On Saturday night, we stayed up late visiting with other guests and the owner in the great room. Part of the charm of B&B's is the chance to meet new people and make connections. I really felt at home here. The area is also beautiful and historic, fun to explore. This inn is excellent and we will definitely be returning.

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