Named after Bradford Slonaker who resided here and operated a marble yard on Mill Avenue from 1875 to 1918. Mr. Slonaker made yearly trips to Vermont to select the monument stones to be transported by train to Taneytown. He then engraved the stones himself and would transport each one to the cemetery by a horse-drawn cart. 

Abraham Lincoln Room

Regarded as one of America's greatest heroes, Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), 16th U.S. President, led the Union Army to victory in the Civil War and emancipated the South's African-American slaves. The Gettysburg Address was his most famous speech. Besides being an eloquent diplomat, he was also an accomplished wrestler. His life embodied the human struggle to rise from humble beginnings and adversity to high achievement. 

Amenities: First floor. King-size featherbed. Corner Jacuzzi Tub and separate shower. Flat-panel television. Gas 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 - $205

Friday - $230

Saturday - $280

Please call for holiday rates.


Winfield Scott Room

Winfield Scott (1786-1866) was a U.S. Army General, who, over the course of his 47-year career, was considered the best commander of his time and a true national hero. He was one of very few American officers who served as a general in three major wars: the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, and the early days of the American Civil War. He is buried at West Point Cemetery. 

Amenities: First floor. King-size featherbed. Bathroom with a corner Jacuzzi tub, a separate shower and a granite, double vanity. Flat-panel television. Gas fireplace. Private deck. 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 - $230

Friday - $255

Saturday - $305

Please call for holiday rates.


 

Jefferson Davis Room

Jefferson Davis (1809-1889) was an American statesman and the leader of the Confederacy during the Civil War until its collapse and his capture in 1865. Although accused of treason and put in prison, he later won back the South's favor, dying a very popular man owing to his military service and positions in the U.S. House of Representatives. 

Amenities: Second floor. Private entrance. King-size featherbed. Bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub/shower combination and a granite, double vanity. Flat-panel television. Gas fireplace. Private deck. 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 - $230

Friday - $255

Saturday - $305

Please call for holiday rates.


Robert Mills Room

Robert Mills (1781-1855) is an important American architect most well known for his design of the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. He was the first native born American to be formally trained in the profession and studied under James Hoban who designed the White House. He worked for Benjamin Latrobe, architect of the U.S. Capitol, and is credited with the design of Antrim. His style is dominantly neoclassical, specifically Palladian, Georgian, and Greek Revival. Undoubtedly influenced by Thomas Jefferson, Mills, along with others, were able to create a distinctive Federal style of architecture. 

Amenities: Second floor. King-size featherbed. Bathroom with a corner Jacuzzi tub, separate shower and a granite, double vanity. Flat- panel television. Gas fireplace. Juliet balcony. 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 - $230

Friday - $255

Saturday - $305

Please call for holiday rates.