• The Inn at Brome Howard

    Make yourself at home at The Inn at Brome Howard (formerly The Brome Howard Inn), on the grounds of Historic ...

    The Inn at Brome Howard
  • Woodlawn Farm

    This late 18th-century manor located on 180 acres offers spectacular views of the Potomac River. A variety of cottage suites ...

    Woodlawn
  • Tudor Hall

    Originally built in 1744 and enlarged in the 1760s, this Georgian-style house was the home of Phillip Key, uncle of ...

    Tudor Hall
  • Summerseat Farm

    With a history dating back to the late 17th century, Summerseat is a 120-acre working farm with a Queen-Anne style ...

    Summerseat Farm
  • Still Creek Vineyards

    Still Creek is located just off the shores of St. Clement's Bay and the Potomac River. The century-old family farm ...

    Still Creek Vineyards
  • St. Michael's Manor

    A 17th-century manor house with a three-acre vineyard. Two queen rooms, one double room and one twin room with shared ...

    St. Michael's Manor
  • Smith Creek Farm

    76-acre rustic venue overlooking the Potomac River. Includes 2,600 feet of scenic beachfront along with a renovated barn, perfect for ...

    Smith Creek Farm
  • Olde Breton Inn

     The 1793 Manor House overlooks Breton Bay, the Potomac River and St. Clement's Bay. There is on-site catering available for ...

    Olde Breton Inn
  • Ocean Hall

    Located in Bushwood on a beautiful waterfront setting, picturesque Ocean Hall is perfect for your special day. This new venue ...

    Ocean Hall
  • Mary's Hope

    The perfect choice for weddings, receptions and other special events. Comfortably rising along the banks of Church Cove off St. ...

    Mary's Hope
  • Lower Notley Hall Farm

    A Truly Victorian Wedding Venue. Whether the bride chooses to float down our beautiful grand staircase or walk barefoot through ...

    Lower Notley Hall Farm
  • Lower Notley Hall Farm

    A Truly Victorian Wedding Venue. Whether the bride chooses to float down our beautiful grand staircase or walk barefoot through ...

    Lower Notley Hall Farm