Welcome to a more casual kind of extended stay where you'll always feel at home.
Located near government and corporate destinations, including Aberdeen Proving Ground, Army Research Laboratory and local sports centers nearby.
In 1860. Sam Archer escaped enslavement on this property. He escaped to Pennsylvania and his experiences are documented by William Still in his book, The Underground Railroad.The home offers tours, exhibits and programs about Harford County's diverse history.
We are hard at work and brewing as fast as we can to fill our 22 taps.
History and research center in downtown Bel Air. Library, archives, photos, and court records. Lectures, classes, exhibits and living history presentations at the Hays House Museum.
Offering a growing selection of quality supplies and ingredients for beer, mead, and wine making. Voted Best Brewery in Maryland (2019) in Zymurgy Magazine.
Connect with a fascinating piece of American history here at the childhood home of John Wilkes Booth.
The 1788 home of Thomas Hays, "Father of Bel Air," retains much of its original features; depicts Maryland rural village gentry life.
From appetizers to main courses to desserts - we have a variety to please everyone.
Old world quality; new age flavor.
The first locally-owned, family-operated gourmet coffee shop in Bel Air.
Italian restaurant where families can gather for delicious meals and great times together.
Founded in 1981 this snowball stand in Maryland's beautiful Harford County. Serving unique flavors for over 30 years.
Prepared masterfully with spices, blending ultimate combinations tailored to each dish.
Restaurant and bar serving Maryland influenced food. On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.
Broom’s Bloom features old fashioned ice cream, homemade lunches, and artisan cheese and pork sausage. Locally produced lamb, beef, free-range eggs, and seasonal vegetables are also available. On Maryland's Best Ice Cream Trail.