The Zepp House

The Zepp House

Edward P. Zepp was the owner of the famous Zepp Studios where many family portraits of Taneytown residents were taken.

Zepp House Features: 

  • 4 Guestrooms
  • Spacious Living Room in Common Area with Dining Room Table
  • Mini Fridge

Maximum Occupancy of  the Zepp House: 8 Adults

The Powell Room

Named in honor of Neal W. Powell who was Mayor of Taneytown from 1978 to 1979. He was also City Manager for years and was involved in a great deal of public service. He was extremely supportive of the Molletts in their purchase of Antrim and their move to Taneytown in 1988.

Features: 

  • First Floor
  • Queen-Size Featherbed
  • Corner Jacuzzi Tub
  • Shower
  • Flat Panel Television
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults

The Reindollar Room

The Reindollars were a prominent Taneytown family in the late 1800s and early 1900s. E. E. Reindollar purchased a large warehouse situated by the railroad tracks for coal, lumber, and grain, and named it The Reindollar Co. Henry Reindollar, descendant, owned Reindollar Hardware Store when the Mollets moved to Taneytown in 1988.

Features: 

  • First Floor
  • Queen-Size Featherbed
  • Corner Jacuzzi Tub
  • Shower
  • Flat Panel Television
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults

The Bentley Room

Eli Bentley (1752-1822) was a renowned clockmaker who lived in Taneytown. One of his most beautiful tall case clocks was purchased in 1815 by the Biggs family for $95,000, a great sum at the time. The present day value is well over $200,000.

Features:

  • Second Floor
  • King-Size Featherbed
  • Jacuzzi Tub with Shower
  • Flat Panel Television
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults, 1 Child

The Rinehart Room

William Rinehart (1825-1874) is said to be one of America’s most important sculptors. Born in Union Bridge, Maryland, he studied at the Maryland Institute of Art and is credited with carving the identical white marble mantels in Antrim’s drawing rooms. Because of his wonderful works in the classical style, Maryland Institute College of Art’s Rinehart School of Sculpture was named for him.

Features: 

  • Second Floor
  • King-Size Featherbed
  • Jacuzzi Tub wth Shower
  • Flat Panel Television
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Sitting Area
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet

Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults

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