Antrim 1844

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Settled within the verdant foothills of Catoctin Mountain, Antrim 1844 is renowned for its superb cuisine and upscale accommodations. Once the historic home of Colonel Andrew Ege and his wife, Margaret, Antrim 1844 exemplifies the typical Greek Revival mansion found throughout the American South. Now an inviting boutique hotel, owners Richard and Dorothy Mollett have brilliantly restored the building to reflect its original 19th-century splendor. Visitors can experience the rich history of the surrounding region from the Antrim 1844, as the hotel is near Gettysburg National Military Park and several exciting mid-Atlantic cities.

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Experience the historic sites of the nearby Taneytown Historic District, Catoctin Mountain Park, and the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center.


Discover the Greek Revival-style architecture of the Antrim 1844.


Explore the Taneytown Historic District. Taneytown became a township plat in 1762 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.


Experience the Sachs Covered Bridge. Built in circa 1854, the bridge was used by both Union and Confederate troops in the Battle of Gettysburg.


Taste authentic regional cuisine at the Smokehouse Restaurant or indulge in a wine-pairing dinner at the award-winning Wine Cellar

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