Historic Mary Hill House is fully furnished and tastefully decorated with antiques, blue and cream checkered curtains, period paint colors, folk art, and pegboards. The decor is influenced by the owner’s love of both Colonial Williamsburg and the Pennsylvania Dutch, and in a manner that pays tribute to a German colonial heritage of the home, its location, and its current owners.

Come, be our guest at the charming Mary Hill House.


211 East Main Street
PO Box 697
Sharpsburg, MD 21782


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"Love it. Don’t want to leave. Wish we could stay longer!"

-Baltimore, MD


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Non-Peak Rates: Nov 1-April 30
$125/night; up to 2 persons

Peak Rates: May 1-Oct 31
$125/night; Sun-Thurs; up to 2 persons
$135/night; Sat-Sun; up to 2 persons

$25/night – each additional person
$25/night  - pets (dogs only, 40 lbs or less, certain restrictions apply)
Add 12% hotel tax to these rates

Longer term Rates:
$744/week (non-peak); up to 2 persons
$761/week (peak); up to 2 persons
$25/night each additional person
Add 12% hotel tax to these rates
Call for longer term pet fees and policy

Special Rates:
(except holiday and special events)

Active duty military, clergy, and college students

Holidays, special events, and peak season weekends require a two-night minimum stay.

We require a 72-hour notice for no charge cancellations during non-peak season and 5 day notice during peak season.

Check-in time after 3:00 PM until 9:00 PM. Check-out time is 11:00 AM.

The Mary Hill House is a non-smoking facility.

Children under 12 years of age welcome at no charge.

Reservations can be secured with a 50% deposit payable by check or credit card. Add a 3% surcharge for credit payments.
Remaining amount due on arrival, payable by cash or check only.

Dream Destinations names Battlefield as top best vacations. Antietam National Battlefield
in Washington County was the only Maryland destination included in Life magazine’s
new book, “Dream Destinations: 100 of the World’s Best Vacations.” “Dream Destinations” is organized by specific types of vacationers – families, “culture vultures,” sightseers, sporty types,
history buffs, and romantics.

  The Mary Hill House at Antietam (circa 1780) | 211 East Main Street | Sharpsburg, MD 21782 | 301-432-7984
Copyright 2008-12 | All rights reserved | Professional Photographs Courtesy of Kelly Hahn Photography
Floral Design Courtesy of Denny Warrenfeltz of Roostervane Gardens