The Inn at Tusculum Farm: Maryland’s Premier B&B and Events Venue
The Inn at Tusculum Farm in Laytonsville, Maryland is only a short distance from Washington, DC, and in the heart of Montgomery County’s agricultural reserve. Still, it feels a world away. In one word, Tusculum Farm is breathtaking.
The Historic Inn’s Property
Staying in The Coop
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Dining on Property
One of the many unique things I enjoyed at the Inn at Tusculum Farm was having dinner on the screened-in porch. It is located a few feet away from the main house, so it adds to the ambience of a delicious dinner.
Melody and I enjoyed a pepper cream cheese spread with crackers as we sipped a delicious bottle of wine, Then, we feasted on a fresh salad with local watermelon and veggies, followed by a cooked-to-order steak and crab cakes. Dessert was offered, but we couldn’t hold another bite.
Our service and hospitality were impeccable.
Amenities and Property Overview
The Inn at Tusculum Farm is a functioning farm so there are many animals including sheep, horses, goats, alpacas, and chickens. Ask for a tour of the barn (see Joel, the Chief Farm Operator) to see the animals up close and learn some of the farm’s history. I had a hard time tearing Melody away from the animals!
Don’t miss the outdoor sculpture art throughout the property. They really jazz up the property quite nicely.
Breakfast (delivered to your door), parking, and Wifi are included in your stay at Tusculum Farm. Our breakfast basket had farm-fresh eggs, cantaloupe, peaches, tea, pastries, scones, milk, coffee, orange juice, banana bread, granola, and yogurt in it. We feasted like kings.
A 10/10 Stay
Melody and I throughly enjoyed our time at Tusculum Farm and hope to return one day. It was a unique experience and opportunity to stay on a farm so rich in history. Tusculum Farm offers an amazing pool, luxury accommodations, breathtaking views, and a superb dinner in a memorable setting. We appreciate the farm hosting us for an amazing weekend.
This article was written by Eddie Pittman.
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