Stay near Monocacy and Antietam National Battlefields

With access to a diverse array of area attractions, our hotel offers plenty of things to do for sports fans, shopaholics and history buffs alike. Don't miss a trip to the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, located less than 10 minutes away in historic downtown Frederick, and be sure to stop by the Community Bridge in Carroll Creek Park to view its famous illusionist paintings. The Country Inn & Suites is also located an hour outside Annapolis, MD and Washington, DC, so you can easily take a day trip to the state and national capitals—just hop aboard a bus at the MARC Brunswick Line Station. If you are in town for work, our location near I-70 and I-270 offers quick commutes to the area's biggest businesses.
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Carroll Creek Park

1.8 mi / 2.9 km from the hotel
What began as a flood control project is now a public green space with brick paths, water features and a 350-seat amphitheater. The park's most notable feature is the Community Bridge, a pedestrian walkway featuring the artwork of William Cochran.

Catoctin Wildlife Preserve & Zoo

14.22 mi / 22.88 km from the hotel
Open to the public from March to November each year, this seasonal wildlife preserve offers up-close encounters with more than 300 species of animals from habitats around the world.

Downtown Frederick Historic District

1.99 mi / 3.21 km from the hotel
A visit to downtown Frederick offers the chance to stroll among historical buildings that house nearly 30 clothing stores, 14 jewelers, more than a dozen antique shops and more.

Francis Scott Key Mall

0.22 mi / 0.36 km from the hotel
With anchor stores like JCPenney, Sears and Macy's, this popular shopping mall offers bargains and brand names.

Monocacy National Battlefield

0.89 mi / 1.42 km from the hotel
The site of "The Battle That Saved Washington," the Monocacy National Battlefield features exhibits and educational programs that offer a glimpse into one of the most ambitious attempts to turn the tide of the Civil War.

Mt. Olivet Cemetery

1.39 mi / 2.23 km from the hotel
As the final resting place of Francis Scott Key, the Mount Olivet Cemetery offers visitors the opportunity to pay their respects to the author of "The Star-Spangled Banner."