Take your visit to Frederick County to the next level by booking a stay in one of our unique accommodations. Whether you’re looking for luxury, solitude, or a one-of-a-kind experience, you’ll find it here.


Forgeman’s House at Catoctin Furnace

Step back in time and sleep on rope beds in a restored 1820s Forgeman’s House near Thurmont, built to house workers at the village of Catoctin Furnace. While the furnishings are simple, you’ll enjoy a modern kitchen and bathroom and a gas fireplace. Check out the many items found within the walls and under the floorboards in a fascinating exhibit, and enjoy being within walking distance of the historic furnace village and the Museum of the Ironworker.


Exterior of the Forgeman's House at Catoctin Furnace


Ole Mink Farm Recreation Resort

Escape to the mountains and settle in for a peaceful stay in a luxury log cabin. Ole Mink Farm is nestled atop Catoctin Mountain and makes for an easy home base for visitors looking to hike, bike, fish, or explore other nearby attractions.

Take a load off on your screened-in porch, make s’mores, and take a dip in the pool. Several of the cabins are dog-friendly, and the resort even offers a dog playground and a place to wash off dirty paws.


A cozy cabin at Ole Mink Farm Recreation Resort


Lockhouse 28 at the C&O Canal National Historical Park 

The C&O Canal National Historic Park is a must-visit for any trailblazer. Lockhouse 28 near Point of Rocks offers a primitive camping experience steps away from the towpath. This rustic and remote 19th-century structure was once the home of the person who had the job of opening locks along the canal whenever a boat would need to pass.

Lucky for you, no one will be waking up in the night by blowing a loud horn. 

Fun fact: All fees for the Canal Quarters Program are reinvested back in the ongoing preservation of the lockhouses.


Canal Tips SocialLockhouse #28 is the perfect base for an amazing outdoor experience on the C&O Canal Towpath. Get ready for biking, hiking, or boating adventures on the 184-mile long trail. 


10 Clarke Place

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply treating yourself, you’re guaranteed a relaxing stay at 10 Clarke Place. This Victorian jewel in Downtown Frederick provides guests with a three-course gourmet breakfast and offers the option to book a massage a request a walking history tour.

Don’t miss spending time in the property’s private garden while you’re there!

10 Clarke Place Exterior


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