Boyds, MD, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Boyds

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The Space20 ac. farmette that backs to a 500ac lake and 2000ac regional park. Animals on site are two horses and a goat! The studio is on the lower level of a classic American four-square 1920's vintage farmhouse. The farmhouse has an expansive covered porch along two sides that guests may share. Access to the studio is down several steps and past a shared laundry to the private entry door. The living space is small and most suitable for a single individual who enjoys the country lifestyle, and appreciates privacy and independence, full bath, and high speed internet service. There is no separate bedroom, but rather a twin size bed, upholstered reading chair, and desk with chair. A flat screen digital tv with built in DVD is mounted on the wall. Below the tv is a pull up dining table. On the wall beside the entry door are built in shelves and cabinets, and a small closet. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to participate in farm activities including occasional bonfires, movies projected on the farmhouse wall, fishing and seasonal deer hunting (licenses required) horse grooming, and gardening. Interaction with GuestsPlease call or text to confirm your arrival time so that we can arrange to be on site to greet you and give you a tour of the property. The NeighborhoodKilmarnock Farm offers guests unusual privacy and tranquility but also easy access to urban amenities. A "wedge of green" between the densely populated "corridor cities" along the I-270 High Technology Corridor, the village of Boyds has considerably more parkland and green space than either residential or commercial property. Residents and tourists alike enjoy bicycling along rustic rural roads, fishing and boating on the lake, hiking the many woodland paths, photographing the wide variety of waterfowl and bird population, deer hunting in season, and other activities inspired by the natural environment. A public library, regional arts center, community college, medical center, sports complexes, movie theatres, restaurants and shopping centers are 5 miles away in Germantown, about a ten minute drive Getting AroundThe MARC train, Brunswick Line, provides morning and evening service to and from Washington DC, Monday - Friday. The Shady Grove Metro Station is a 15 minute drive. A private vehicle is required for local transportation. Off street parking is available on site. Boyds is centrally located to major tourist destinations in the Mid-Atlantic region, with Baltimore, Gettysburg, Harpers Ferry, Washington DC, Alexandria, Wolf Trap Farm for the Performing Arts, Mount Vernon within an hour's drive. Other Things to NoteThe farm backs to Little Seneca Lake, the largest body of water in the Washington Metropolitan Area besides the Potomac River. Fishing, hiking, bicycling, and birding are popular activities. The soccer fields and Discovery Sports Center, Sugarloaf Mountain and historic Frederick are only a few minutes drive. Boyds is centrally located in the Mid-Atlantic region, within an hours drive to a wealth of cultural and historical sites, including Harpers Ferry, Gettysburg, Annapolis, Alexandria, Mount Vernon, Baltimore, Washington DC, and many more.
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The SpaceThe cottage is situated on 10+ acres of privately owned forest known as The Mini-Mountain, that backs to a 2000 ac regional park and 500ac lake stocked with bass and tiger muskie. Only 35 miles from the hustle and bustle of the nation's capital, the loudest noises here are bird songs. The 20X22 bed/sitting room is furnished with teak queen size bed (with feather comforter and heated mattress pad), dresser, bookshelves and tables, a flat screen digital tv with ROKU box for streaming, a black leather queen size sofa bed, a 3 tier electric organ, quality art work, a desk, several chairs, and a lacquered coffee table with intricate inlays. Environmental control is assured by dimmer controls for the many recessed halogen lights, individual controls for air conditioning, and rheostat knob controls for each of the several electric (oil filled) baseboard heating units. The large walk-through closet provides plentiful storage space for clothing and other personal items. From the private bed/sitting room one enters the shared dining and laundry areas, and on through the kitchen and bath areas to a cedar deck. There are separate refrigerator and pantry areas for the downstairs guest(s) and the upstairs guest(s) Guest AccessGuests in the ground level guest room share the kitchen, laundry, dining room, and shower with guest(s) in the 2nd floor suite. Second floor guest room is equipped with half bath. Off street parking is available on site. Interaction with GuestsGuests will be greeted upon arrival by Marilyn or her assistant, and given a brief tour of the property. Marilyn retains a library/music room in the adjacent "Homestead House" and a studio in the mill shop. She is frequently on site assisting with remodeling of the Homestead House interior or working in the herb gardens. Her assistant works from 9-5, M-F, to help maintain and develop the family properties, and can answer questions or provide assistance if Marilyn is not available. The Neighborhood"The Mini-Mountain" offers guests unusual privacy and tranquility but also easy access to urban amenities. A "wedge of green" between the densely populated "corridor cities" along the I-270 High Technology Corridor, the village of Boyds has considerably more parkland and green space than either residential or commercial property. Residents and tourists alike enjoy bicycling along rustic rural roads, fishing and boating on the lake, hiking the many woodland paths, photographing the wide variety of waterfowl and bird population, deer hunting in season, and other activities inspired by the natural environment. A public library, regional arts center, community college, medical center, sports complexes, movie theatres, restaurants and shopping centers are only a ten minute drive. Getting AroundThe MARC commuter train, Brunswick Line, provides passenger service morning and evening, Monday-Friday, to and from Union Station in Washington DC, and points in between. One can switch from train to metro at the Rockville or Union stations. A private vehicle is needed for local transportation. Off street parking is provided on site. Other Things to NoteHot tub on deck is not functional. at this time.
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    Lovely home has one room for traveler, Close to Washington DC. min. to I-270. Welcome to visit Washington DC. Either you want to sleep in the nice memory form bed, or tent on the deck, you can chose whatever your budget is. Room is $ 68. Tent is $38. My house is minutes to a great park, where you can ride a bike around the lake. Bike rental is $10. Breakfast is $ 10 dinner $15. if you need to pick up form Airport is $88. I only pick up from DCA, or IAD airport. round trip pick up and drop off to the airport.$ 158 If you need a driver and personal travel guide. $ 350 a day or You can rent a car in airport, the rental car is very cheap in USA. Owner is a very knowledgeable about the travel, ask the owner what would you like to do, She will help you. Hope you enjoy your trip in USA
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    Expansive home near the Maryland Soccerplex off I-270 in Montgomery County, MD. 40 minutes from downtown Washington, DC. Shady Grove Metro Station is 15 minutes away on the Red Line.
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    The SpaceCharming room in 90-year old home on small farm. Beautiful views. Sheep, chickens. 3 miles to C&O Canal and Potomac River (biking, paddling), 2 miles from Sugarloaf Mountain (hiking). Peaceful setting. If biking on the C&O Canal, I offer shuttle service to my home, dinner and breakfast for an additional fee. If driving, there are restaurants within a few miles. Enjoy our local winery 2 miles away near Sugarloaf Mountain. Miles of trails on Sugarloaf Mountain for hiking or cross country skiing. The Monocacy and Potomac Rivers are just 3 miles away for kayaking or walking along the C&O Canal. Historic Frederick is 15 miles away, Gettysburg Battlefield is 30 miles, Harper's Ferry is 25 miles. I am an avid cyclist and can recommend many routes, for road biking and mountain biking. Maps available on request. I have a bike stand, most tools, bike pump, grease, etc. Bike storage available. Guest AccessKitchen facilities, patio with great views, C&O Canal, Potomac River, Sugarloaf Mountain. Shop in my studio for hand dyed yarns, jewelry, art and wearables. Interaction with GuestsI will be available for all your hosting needs. The NeighborhoodExcellent biking opportunities, hiking, paddling. Winery 3 miles away. Sugarloaf Mountain 3 miles away. Popular biking destination. Mountain biking 8 miles away. Getting AroundFor bicyclists on the C&O Canal, we can pick up and transport. The only public transport out here is the Marc train during commuting hours. Nice for travelers commuting into the city. Other Things to NoteTake a weekend getaway to the countryside! Idea. . .hop on your bike in Georgetown at the beginning of the C&O Canal. Bike 42 miles to the Mouth of Monocacy Bridge. I will pick you up along with your bike, transport you 3 miles to my home/farm, feed you dinner & breakfast (additional fees) then take you back to the C&O where you can leisurely bike back to Georgetown or continue on up the trail. Fun!!!!
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    This spacious living quarters is the second floor of a lovely home in the country. It comes fully furnished with a king sized memory foam bed. Nearly 700 SF of living space. All utilities included with electric, heat, Fios, and Wi-Fi.
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    The SpaceFurnished with a queen size bed and a full size leather sleep sofa, the Nest can accommodate a maximum of 4 guests. There is a half bath, a wall mounted flat screen tv, a large coffee table, and an antique oak desk with chair. Exterior stairs lead to the Nest's elevated deck and a private entrance. An interior staircase, accessed through an adjacent office space, leads to the shared first floor kitchen and full bath. A full refrigerator, pantry shelves, and cabinets are reserved for guests of "The Nest" in the shared laundry area, kitchen and dining rooms. The cottage is the west wing of our "Homestead House". Also on the 10 ac. property are a gazebo, a garden shed, a chicken coop, a small barn and, on the far eastern side, a Lindal Cedar Home, also occupied by family members and guests, . Bicycles, fishing gear, and canoe are available for use by guests. Additional fees may apply. Guest AccessOff street parking is available. Marilyn shares with guests her library/music room with grand piano, harp, wall mounted "prepared piano", large screen television, thousands of books and periodicals, and instrument collection, occasional workshops in the adjacent mill shop craft room, and her herb and berry garden. Interaction with GuestsGuests will be greeted upon arrival and given a short tour of the facilities either by Marilyn or her assistant. We welcome the participation of our guests in activities taking place at the Mini-Mountain property, either in the gardens, the main deck area, or the craft shop. While respecting the privacy of our guests, we strive to be accessible and available to help out when needed. The NeighborhoodBoyds is a small country village of single family residences on the edge of the vast agricultural reserve in upper Montgomery County. It is easily accessed at the Boyds-Clarksburg exit off I-270. Located approximately 40 miles from the White House and our Nation's Capital, it is also within an hours drive of Annapolis, Gettysburg, Harpers Ferry, Baltimore, Alexandria, Mount Vernon and a host of other historical and recreational sites in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Getting AroundThe MARC commuter train, Brunswick Line, provides convenient public transportation to and from Boyds and Washington DC, and points in between , Monday through Friday in the morning and evening. The Washington Metro system can be accessed directly from the MARC train station in Rockville and at Union Station in DC. The Shady Grove Metro Station, the terminus for the Red Line is a 15 minute drive, has plentiful public parking. The Washington area Metro operates from early morning until 11 pm. A private vehicle is strongly recommended in this rural setting, although a few of our guests have chosen to rely on bicycles as their preferred method of transportation. Other Things to NoteThe visitors center of Black Hills Regional Park features displays of the local flora and fauna, and offers workshops, lectures, ranger led pontoon boat rides, and boat rentals. The public entrance to the park is located on Old Baltimore Rd. The Discovery Sports Center with Olympic size swimming pool and more than 20 soccer fields and playgrounds is only a few minutes drive. With more than 4000 acres of parkland in Boyds, there are many hiking and biking trails to explore.
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    The SpaceThe apt is located in a small village of northern Montgomery County, only about 40 miles from the White House and the hustle and bustle of our nation's capital, but where the loudest noises are bird songs. Windows and doors open to a small patio and expansive lawn, with views of forest and lake. Our guests enjoy the unspoiled natural beauty and plentiful wildlife, hiking, fishing, boating, or just relaxing from the stresses of everyday life. The residence is not visible from the public road, and has free off street parking. Fully furnished bedroom with full size bed with programmable mattress pad warmer, wardrobe, desk with chair, and reading chair; full bath; great room with large comfortable sofa with 3/4 size pull out bed and recliner, desk with chair, large cabinet with inlaid precious stones, smart tv with Netflix and other streaming apps, a stacking washer and dryer, radiant heat, kitchenette and dining area, high ceilings, ceiling fan, central air, and a private entrance; sliding door that opens to small patio and expansive back yard. An automobile is necessary for local travel, but the MARC commuter train platform, Brunswick Line, is about a mile down the road, and provides service to and from DC and points in between b both in the morning and the evening. The Shady Grove Metro station is about a 15 minute drive, has plenty of parking available, and subway service every few minutes from early morning until 11 pm. Long term guests may use host's membership to upscale Healthtrax gym with pool, basketball, handball, classes, personal trainers, full line of fitness equipment ($25/monthly fee, 5 minute drive) Guest AccessYou will be greeted either by me or my son, who will be your on site host. He is a wireless internet service provider and manages his network on site. He and his son have several small dogs, but this furnished apartment is not set up for animals. Two canoes, fishing poles and tackle, and bicycles are available for guest use upon request. Interaction with GuestsI am usually accessible at the other end of the 10 ac. Mini-Mountain property, either working in my herb garden, remodeling our "homestead house", repurposing vintage treasures, or teaching music. The NeighborhoodThe village of Boyds is located on the edge of the county's vast agricultural reserve, and there is considerably more acreage in parkland and greenspace than for either residential or commercial uses. Whereas we have easy access to I-270 a major high tech corridor, we also enjoy many miles of trails, rurual rustic roads, and rolling hills. Sugarloaf Mountain is a popular biking and hiking destination, and we are within an hours drive of Annapolis and Baltimore, of Harpers Ferry and Gettysburg, of Alexandria and Mount Vernon, and of course, Washington DC.
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    The SpaceThe apt is on the lower level of what was my family's "homestead house" in a small village of northern Montgomery County, only about 40 miles from the White House and the hustle and bustle of our nation's capitol. Windows and doors open to a small patio and picnic/hammock area, with views of forest and lake. Our guests enjoy unspoiled natural beauty and plentiful wildlife, hiking, fishing, boating, or just relaxing and recovering from the stresses of everyday life. The residence is not visible from the public road. Free off street parking in designated areas. Fully furnished 1) a large bedroom with queen size bed (programmable mattress pad warmer), ceiling fan, desk and chair, large mirrored dresser and closet, 2) a second slightly smaller bedroom with full size rosewood bed, dresser, and desk, 3) a full bath with large ceramic tile shower, 4) kitchen and dining area, pantry, laundry and 5) a living rm with sofa bed and media wall, ac and baseboard heating. Private entrance. An automobile is necessary for local travel, but the MARC commuter train platform, Brunswick Line, is about a mile down the road, and provides service to and from DC and points in between both in the morning and the evening. The Shady Grove Metro station is about a 15 minute drive, has plenty of parking available, and subway service every few minutes from early morning until 11 pm. Long term guests may use host's membership to upscale Healthtrax gym with pool, basketball, handball, classes, personal trainers, full range of fitness equipment, $25/mth fee, 5 minute drive. Guest AccessHost shares her extensive library and music room when she is on site and if the spaces are not otherwise scheduled. Chickens, herb and berry garden, and craft studio are also on the grounds. Interaction with GuestsEither I or my assistant are usually on site, either working in the herb gardens, crafting products from the bounty, feeding the chickens, or maintaining the structures. If not on site, guests may contact us by cell phone. The NeighborhoodThe village of Boyds is located on the edge of the county's vast agricultural reserve, and there is considerably more acreage in parkland and greenspace than for either residential or commercial uses. Whereas we have easy access to I-270 a major high tech corridor, we also enjoy many miles of trails, rurual rustic roads, and rolling hills. Sugarloaf Mountain is a popular biking and hiking destination, and we are within an hours drive of Annapolis and Baltimore, of Harpers Ferry and Gettysburg, of Alexandria and Mount Vernon, and of course, Washington DC. Getting AroundWithin a mile of MARC commuter train/Brunswick line. Service morning and evening, Monday -Friday, to and from Union Station in Washington DC and points in between. Can transfer to METRO at Rockville and Union stations. Other Things to NoteThis property is not set up to accommodate pets.
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    The SpaceGuest(s) may share living room with sofa, reading chair, and media center with surround sound; kitchen/dining room area, pantry, laundry; full bath with large ceramic tile shower. Long term guests may use host's small business membership at the upscale Healthtrax gym with pool, sauna, steam room, classes, basketball, racket ball, personal trainers and full line of fitness equipment. $25/month additional fee. 5 minute drive. Guest AccessIn addition to the spaces described above, guests are welcome to use grill, hammock, and herb garden. Host shares extensive library and music room with grand piano when she is on site and space is not otherwise in use. Interaction with GuestsHost is usually on site, either working in the gardens or in her library/music room or studio. Her assistant works from 9-5, Monday through Friday, and is also available to assist guests if needed. Getting AroundMARC train (Brunswick line) platform is a mile down the road. Service to and from Union Station in Washington DC and points in between, mornings and evenings, Monday-Friday. Connects to METRO (subway) in Rockville and Union Station. Other Things to NoteA personal vehicle is necessary in this rural setting for local transportation, although the MARC commuter train platform is a mile down the road, with service to and from Union Station in Washington DC, and points in between, mornings and evenings, Monday through Friday. The closest metro station is Shady Grove, terminus of the Red Line.
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    The SpaceThe building was designed by the first licensed female architect in the US, following British author Brian Jacques's fairy-tell Redwall Castle stories. It is a 6500 square feet building with 6 bedrooms, with 6 Arces (29,000 Square yards) of land for outdoor activities. Other Things to NoteNote that the price listed is for up to 4 people to stay. $35 per person per night extra charge applies. To use outdoor for activities, the guest must book for 12 people with minimum of 3 nights. There is no charge for using outdoor for activities, but certain restrictions such as noise control and parking shall apply. Although it has 6 ac of land, this castle is located in a high-class residential area. Contact the owner for details before booking.
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    A 6 bed room 7 wash room castle in Boyds, Maryland (25 miles northwest of Washington, DC). For more details, visit www redwallcastle com. If you want to rent the whole house and/or for large events, please contact the owner.