About an hour's drive away from Baltimore in Carroll County is one of the nation's nicest country inns. The owners bought and renovated this mansion so that every room is unique and luxurious. Over time, they have converted the outbuildings on the property into guest rooms as well. Some rooms have fireplaces (in the main house they are woodburning, but some of the ones in outbuildings are gas fireplaces) and many have jacuzzis, but each room is slightly different in what it offers in the way of amenities. The rooms in the outbuildings are the most luxurious and the most private. The staff is nearly invisible, but they are doing their work perfectly--in the morning, continental breakfast is left outside your room, while a full breakfast (better than anything you'll find at most restaurants) is served either in the dining room or on the porch overlooking the gardens. When I stayed here, I felt like a weekend guest at one of those British country estates. This would be a perfect place to spend a honeymoon, especially for Civil War fans--Gettysburg is not far away.
The restaurant, which serves both B&B guests and anyone willing to make the drive (and many are) is stunning. The six-course prix fixe menu changes daily but is always spectacular.