From the moment you see the Mansion, the towering white columns on the sweeping grand porches, through the impressive double front doors, vestibule and entrance hall, to the breathtaking cantilever staircase that spirals gracefully up to the third floor. The beautiful identical Drawing Rooms boast 14-foot ceilings enhanced by plaster medallions and crown molding, oversized Monticello windows and interior shutters set off by marble mantles carved by William Rinehart and heart pine floors. Beyond the masterfully restored Formal English Tea gardens stoically anchored by twin bronze fountains. A large glass-enclosed cupola is proudly perched atop this 17,000 square foot mansion flooding with sunlight. 


The Boyd Room

General John Boyd was a spy for George Washington who spied on the French and the opponents of the Native American Indians. The Mollets acquired a beautiful four-poster Honduran Mahongany bed from General Boyd's estate in Virginia, which is presently at Glenburn. 

Amenities: Second floor. King-size, four-poster featherbed. Walk-in shower. Wood-burning fireplace. Garden side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style served breakfast in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $195

Friday - $220

Saturday - $270

Please call for holiday rates.


The Clabaugh Room

This room is named after George Washington Clabaugh, who purchased Antrim in 1873. His son, Harvey Morris Clabaugh, was elected Attorney General of Maryland (1895-1898) and was appointed Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by President Roosevelt in 1903.

Amenities: Second floor. King-size featherbed. Private bathroom with a walk-in shower. Wood-burning fireplace. Garden side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, a morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $195

Friday - $220

Saturday - $270

Please call for holiday rates.


The Lamberton Room

Named in honor of Harry Clabaugh Lamberton (1906-1961) who married "Nancy" Michie in 1931 and had three children: Helen Clabaugh, Benjamin P., and Harry Clabaugh, Jr. The Lambertons were an important family from Washington, D.C. who spent many summers and hosted important social gatherings at Antrim throughout the years.

Amenities: Second floor. Queen-size, four-poster featherbed. Private bathroom with a steam shower. Fireplace. Town-side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, a morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $195

Friday - $220

Saturday - $270

Please call for holiday rates.


The Meade Room

General George Meade (1815-1872) is believed by many historians to have been the most important commander of the Civil War. He defeated Robert E. Lee at Gettysburg and led the main Union Army to Virginia until the end of the war.

Amenities: Second floor. King-size featherbed. Private bathroom with a steam shower. Wood-burning fireplace. Town side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, a morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $195

Friday - $220

Saturday - $270

Please call for holiday rates.


The Boucher Suite

Originally the Overseer's Wing, this guest suite honors Francois Boucher (1703-1770), an important 18th century court painter in France during the Rococo period. Madame de Pompadour, mistress of King Louis XV, was one of his most famous patrons. His paintings exemplified the idyllic, voluptuous style of the period and displayed classical themes. The large portrait in the Mansion stairway is an example of his style. He is a distant relative of Richard's mother's family, the Burches of Baltimore.

Amenities: King-size, four-poster, canopy featherbed. Large private bathroom with a pedestal, double Jacuzzi; double vanity and bidet. Second bathroom with a shower and an antique footed tub. Two balconies with garden and town views. Wood-burning fireplace. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, a morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $280

Friday - $305

Saturday - $355

Please call for holiday rates.


The Brandon Room

Named in honor of Brandon Mollett (b.1975), eldest son of Dort and Richard, who resided in this room in 1988 while Antrim was undergoing restorations to the floors below, prior to the Mansion opening that year as a four-guestroom bed & breakfast.

Amenities: Third-floor. Queen-size, four-poster featherbed. Private bathroom with a double Jacuzzi and handheld shower. Garden side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, a morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style served breakfast in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $165

Friday - $190

Saturday - $240

Please call for holiday rates.


The Ryan Room

Named in honor of Ryan Mollet (b.1978), son of Dort and Richard, who resided in this room until it was renovated into a guestroom in 1992.

Amenities: Third floor. Queen-size, four-poster featherbed. Private bathroom with a double Jacuzzi and handheld shower. Garden side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $165

Friday - $190

Saturday - $240

Please call for holiday rates.


The Francis Scott Key Room

Francis Scott Key (1779-1843), author of the Star-Spangled Banner, was born just Southwest of Taneytown on his family's estate Terra Rubra.

Amenities: Third floor. King-size, four-poster featherbed. Private bathroom with a double Jacuzzi and handheld shower. Town side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 2.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, a morning newspaper, your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $165

Friday - $190

Saturday - $240

Please call for holiday rates.


The Fuller Room

In honor of Charles Fuller, a brave seventeen-year-old soldier in the Civil War with the 64th Regiment North of Sherburne, New York, who was seriously wounded in the Battle of the Wheatfields and left to die, but who, after having a bullet removed from his arm, returned home to become a lawyer and author of the book "Recollections of the War of 1863." He married Marion and had three children. He is Dort's great-great-grandfather.

Amenities: Third floor. King-size featherbed and twin-size daybed. Private bath with a shower. Town side. Wireless Internet access. Maximum occupancy of 3 with daybed. Rates based on double occupancy.  Additional charge of $50 per person, per night.

Includes afternoon tea, complimentary turndown service, a continental breakfast tray with fresh muffins, a morning newspaper and your choice of coffee or tea, and a full country-style breakfast served in the Mansion.

Sunday through Thursday - $165

Friday - $190

Saturday - $240

Please call for holiday rates.