Antrim 1844
Antrim 1844
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Antrim 1844


Antrim 1844, which is tucked away in the lush Catoctin Mountain foothills, is well known for its outstanding cuisine and opulent lodging. Antrim 1844 is a fine example of the classic Greek Revival house seen throughout the American South. It was once the former residence of Colonel Andrew Ege and his wife, Margaret. Owners Richard and Dorothy Mollett have expertly renovated the structure to replicate its original 19th-century beauty, transforming it into a charming boutique hotel. Due to the Antrim 1844’s proximity to the Gettysburg National Military Site and a number of intriguing mid-Atlantic cities, guests can learn about the area’s rich history.

Venue Location + Transportation


30 Trevanion Road,
Taneytown, Maryland 21787