Positioned on the second floor of the mansion, this room at our Maryland hotel was named for General George Meade, considered by many historians to have been the most important commander in the Civil War. After his defeat of Robert E. Lee at Gettysburg, he led the main Union Army to Virginia until the fighting ceased.
As you enter the Meade Room, a king-sized, four-poster feather bed invites you for a restful retreat. The modern amenities like the walk-in steam shower provide a blend of luxury and comfort, ensuring a rejuvenating experience. The wood-burning fireplace adds a traditional charm and warmth to the room, making it a cozy space to unwind.