Longwood Manor Bed & Breakfast
|2900 Dubarry Lane
Type: Georgian Colonial Manor
Established In: 1998
Renovated In: 1998
Toll Free: 866-774-1002
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||$95 - $145
||$95 - $155
Occupant Rate Is:
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||1 night's stay
|Minimum Stay Is:
||1 night; 2 nights
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||Entire refund if
cancelled within 10 days prior to arrival.
Step back into gracious living at historic Longwood Manor, circa
1817. Founded by Thomas Moore, agriculturist, inventor of the first
refrigerator and friend of Thomas Jefferson.
Longwood was a 280 acre tobacco plantation. Now Longwood enjoys
serenity on 2 private, wooded acres on its cul-de-sac amongst
residential homes. Ideally situated within 40 minutes of Washington DC,
Baltimore and Annapolis, Longwood is central to exploring these area
attractions. Longwood was renovated in 1998 and is on the Montgomery
County Historical Register.
Each room has been carefully appointed with attractive antique and
antique styled furniture which calls to mind a time in which craftsmen
prided themselves in their work. Fine Oriental rugs enhance the
refinished oak and original yellow pine and heart pine wood floors.
Antique accents are everywhere, whether it's the gold framed mirrors,
the rich upholstery, or the inviting themes which flow through each
Longwood Manor is located in historic Brookeville just 16 miles north
of Washington, D.C. We're convenient to Washington, Baltimore,
Frederick, Annapolis, Rockville and Columbia and can be reached from
four major highways.
Take time to enjoy the area's nearby antique shops, golf courses,
tennis courts, live theatre, winery tour and restaurants. There is easy
access to the Metro and all of Washington's sights.
Enjoy the swimming pool set among towering old trees and stone
terrace on spacious grounds.
A Deluxe Continental Breakfast is provided in the flag-stoned Garden
Room or on the private terraces.
The spacious and private suites feature oversize beds, vaulted
ceilings, A/C, cable TV and private baths.
In addition to the bedrooms' private baths, there is a large art-deco
bath with tub and shower shared between both suites' sitting rooms. The
17' x 15' sitting rooms are perfect for relaxing, work or socializing.
The suites' 2-inch thick "arrow" doors were constructed to
repel intruders arrows or bullets. The Queen size sleep sofa in the
sitting rooms accommodate up to 2 additional guests.
If you have always dreamed of staying in a Historic Mansion Manor
Home, we welcome you to Longwood.
Named for the 1790's six room log cabin occupied by the Moores
prior to building Longwood. The sitting room's deep blues and reds
carry the substantial feeling of the predecessor cabin. The light and
bright bedroom features a massive king bed, deep paneled walls,
antique furnishings, down comforter, ceiling fan, many windows and
Named after Mary Brooke and Thomas Moore, the original owners. The
old world charm of the sitting room's crystal chandelier, period wall
covering and marble-hearth fireplace set the tone for your stay. The
step-down bedroom is sunny and spacious. It has its own private bath
and a screened porch overlooking a giant Magnolia and Holly tree.
Named for its decor, this room is comfortable and cozy. It is
perfect for one, two or three people with its Queen size bed, single
sleep sofa, TV and private bath.
The Maryland Room:
Meeting Facility - This 19' by 32' gathering room with 50 feet of
windows and terrazzo stone floor provides a unique setting for private
parties, business functions, retreats and receptions for up to 40
people. The French doors lead onto the deck overlooking the 44' by 22'
swimming pool. For business clients, Longwood offers access to a
computer, copier, fax machine and private rooms for conferences.
- Extended stay rates are available.
- All rates plus 5% Maryland state tax.
- Longwood is a smoke-free environment.
- Sorry, no children under 12 and no pets (kennel nearby).
How To Find Us:
- From the North-Route 70:
Take Route 97 South (Exit 76) 11 miles to a right on Goldmine Road
and take your first right onto DuBarry Lane, #2900.
Take Montrose Road (exit 4) east (which becomes Randolph Road), 4.5
miles to a left onto Georgia Ave(Rte 97), then 8 miles to a left
onto Goldmine Road, and take your first right onto DuBarry Lane,
- From the South-Route 495:
Go north to route 270 and follow the directions above.
Take route 32 west (exit 38) 8 miles to a left onto route 108, then
9 miles to a right onto Georgia Avenue (Rte 97), then 1.8 miles to a
left onto Goldmine Road, and take your first right onto DuBarry
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Web Page: No
Languages Spoken: English
Types of Breakfasts: Deluxe Continental Breakfast
Special Meals Available: No
Room Types: Rooms, Suites
Private Bathrooms: Yes
Handicap Accessible: No
Smoking: No - Only outside or on Longwoods many porches
Consumption of Alcohol: Yes
Children: Yes - 12 and older
Pets: No - there is a kennel nearby
Amenities/Features: BBQ, Pool, TV, Phone, Solarium, Sundeck
Nearby Activities: Bicycling, Hiking, Golfing, Fishing,
Whitewater Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Bird Watching, Sailing,
Shopping, Sight Seeing, Historical Places
Suitable For: Pleasure, Relaxation, Business, Family, Groups,
Anniversaries, Honeymoons, Romance
Near To: Beach, Rivers, Orchards, Mountains, Countryside, Nature
& Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries
Open: All Year
Additional Comments: Suites are private, spacious and airy. All
rooms have private baths, oversize beds, AC and TV. Suites can
accommodate up to four guests. Business meetings, conferences and
family gatherings are easily accommodated in the 19'X 32' Maryland Room.