Ellicott City Bed and Breakfast Inns
|Results 1 - 2 of 2|
Wayside Inn (Ellicott City, Maryland)
Wayside Inn - A Bed and Breakfast in Ellicott City, MarylandClick "Book Now" to reserve Wayside Inn - a bed & breakfast in Ellicott City, Maryland.... [more]
The Wayside Inn Bed & Breakfast (Ellicott City, Maryland)
The Wayside Inn is an historic Bed and Breakfast nearby historic Ellicott City, the site of the first railway station in the United States. The Inn is within minutes of art galleries, museums, antique shops and award winning restaurants. It is a short hop to downtown Baltimore or to catch the Metro... [more]
|Results 1 - 2 of 2|
If you know of a Bed and Breakfast in this area and would like to suggest their name to us, please contact us.
Return to search page
Travel Bytes(Travel Bytes are local area descriptions provided by people who live in the area or have travelled through it. These comments are provided as is so please excuse the odd spelling or gramatical error.
Feel like adding your 2 cents? Click here to edit or add to the comments below. )
Elicott city is a cute litlle town. It was founded as a Quaker community by three brothers who had moved here from Buck's County, Pennsylvania. John, Joseph, and Andrew Ellicott established Ellicott's Mills in 1772 paying three dollars per acre. The Ellicotts were looking for a place to build a grist mill. The brothers selected the area because of the swiftly flowing Patapsco river. The Jonathan Ellicott house & store was built 1772 and traded as Ellicott & Company. They built a wooden bridge spanning the Patapsco. They established several mills for milling flour and manufacturing iron products. The town wealth stems from the production of tobacco.
In 1830, The B & O Railroad built the Old Main Line to the town from Baltimore.
Ellicott City is built on seven hills in the tradition of ancient Rome. They are named Capitoline, Rock , Strawberry, Patapsco, Mulligan, Dutch, and Quaker Hill.
Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States
|Handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks Marblehead Harbor. Enjoy water views from the fireplaced parlor, the period dining room, and from the summer breakfast porch. Home-baked breads... [more]|