Town Hill Hotel B&B      
31101 National Pike, Little Orleans, MD 21766, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Donna & Dave Reusing

Description

Said to be Maryland's first tourist hotel, this inn, located on 10 acres, is much as it was back in the '20s with the same metal beds and faux-wood metal dressers. The hotel is surrounded by thousands...


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Great Retreat Location

I was there on a ladies church retreat. The location is unbeatable for a unobscured mountaintop view. It is peaceful with no traffic noise at night and very little during the day. It was so peaceful to wake up to birds chirping. The rooms and bathrooms were spotlessly clean. Each room has been decorated with care and each is unique. The food was plentiful and delicious. The Innkeepers could not have been more accomodating. I look forward to many more stays at this inn.
Heather Scarlatelli
MD, MD

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Quiet timed

Dave and Donna were the best. The food was great. I felt very comfortable there. It's where I fell in love with Tomatoe Pie. Great time.
dee parker
Rawlings, MD

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Disappointed

Good food. Great location. Dave, the owner is a difficult person making what could have been at great time just plain irritating
Alan Michael

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peaceful

Feel like always been here. Feel like family. Didn't want to leave. Reminds one of my grandmother's -- peaceful -- never slept so well.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Awesome

Dave and Donna Reusing, Innkeepers are the most wonderful people I have ever known. Thanks to them, the bed & breakfast feels just like home. The very best place to stay and feel completely comfortable, as well as a family feeling. This is the first B & B my husband and I have ever stayed in and we just love it. We have stayed there many times and considerate our second home now.
Cathy Granger
7/14/2008

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80% would stay again
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Publicity and Press Reviews

National Geographic - April 2005 Map of Appalachia - one of 11 sites listed in Maryland. Land of the Living - John Mash book, Md. Dept of Tourism - Map of Historical Places, National Road.


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