Unforgettable Weekend Getaways Near Hanover, MD

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All of us need to take a few days to escape the daily grind now and then. If you need a change of scenery without having to travel too far, a staycation might be the solution for you. Here are some of our favorite getaways just a few hours away from our apartments near Fort Meade:

10 Clarke (Frederick, Maryland)

A world-class bed-and-breakfast reminiscent of a 19th-century romance novel, it is impossible not to feel swept away at 10 Clarke in Frederick. Gardens and patios throughout the grounds of this winsome Victorian landmark make it easy to find the perfect place to recharge and relax. After enjoying an elegant breakfast fit for a gourmand in the morning, enjoy supper at one of Frederick’s many lauded restaurants or browse the offerings at nearby boutiques.

Conrad Washington DC (Washington, DC)

This sleek, modern luxury hotel with striking views of the nation’s capital is perfect for those that want to experience a chic, urban vacation. The Sakura Club at Conrad Washington DC offers a more premium experience for those looking for a VIP touch, and all guests can indulge in exquisite amenities like bountiful outdoor terraces bedecked in lush foliage, and an elegant rooftop bar that promises unparalleled views of the night skyline.

Inn at Perry Cabin (Saint Michaels, Maryland)

Travelers looking to relax and unwind seaside will find solace at the Inn at Perry Cabin in Saint Michaels on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Whether you arrive in style on a butler-serviced Hinckley or take a course with one of many certified sailing instructors, there are innumerable ways to enjoy the water that surrounds this picturesque inn. And if you happen to catch a fish, no problem — the inn’s chefs will be happy to help prepare it for you!

Vacationing so close to home is a great reminder of all the culture and natural beauty that surrounds apartments in Anne Arundel County. Contact us today if you agree that Hanover just might be the perfect place to call home!

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