Springs Farm B&B in Boyds Maryland
Pleasant Springs Farm B&B Boyds Maryland Washington D.C. Bed and Breakfast Inn Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: Jim and Peg Coleman
Address: Pleasant Springs Farm, 16112 Barnesville Road, Boyds, Maryland 20841 USA
Telephone: (301) 972-3452
Activities/Attractions: At Pleasant Springs Farm Bed and Breakfast ... you are utterly secluded yet 28 miles from the Nation's Capitol, near Sugarloaf Mountain, the C&O Canal, several golf courses, horseback riding nearby, parks, MARC commuter train and Comus Inn.
Just outside the door, sheep graze, hens cluck, gardens beckon and a trail leads to the farm pond and woods of wildflowers and native medicinals.
Click here for beauty, relaxation and the perfect atmosphere to collect your precious moments into the treasure box of your heart after any special occasion.
"I can hardly believe that such a quiet, cute, historical farm is so close to Washington DC. The house is so comfortable and the breakfast was amazing. And the sheep were so expressive - we loved it."
"If there ever was a perfect place to stay, this is it! I thought I'd died and gone to heaven!"
"We have never been to a more relaxing B&B ... absolutely perfect for nature lovers and people seeking serenity."
"Our anniversary, spent among hollyhocks, hummingbirds, swallowtails and exuberant frogs. It's hard to believe such a beautiful, timeless place is only 12 miles from our home. To be surrounded by wildlife in each other's company - what a beautiful way to celebrate. We leave rejuvenated and well fed! Thank you!"
"We were so honored to celebrate our nuptials in your pasture by the pond. It was a perfect place for a celebration!"
"Super great! This was such a special place for our honeymoon."
"If there were a category higher than excellent, we would have placed all scores there. Absolutely wonderful on all senses!"
"Thank you so much for bringing us a bit of paradise this wonderful weekend ... Thomas the sheep would make a wonderful psychiatrist as he often converses with us in sheep-talk and puts us at ease."
"Thank you for a wonderful time. We had so much fun canoeing on your pond ... With my husband being in a wheelchair, you did an excellent job catering to our needs. We plan to be back!"
"This is a wonderful place to be reunited with our friend, Sarah, when she came home from Niger."
"Thank you so much for this lovely place to stay on our wedding night! And thanks for the beautiful brunch for our whole family."
"... a delightful day. Everyone enjoyed your show. The garden and the livestock. The luncheon was very delicious."
"Our purple dresses and red hats were fun to wear in your log cabin. Thanks for a delicious lunch and interesting slide show."
" ... for about ten minutes we had the pleasure of standing 20 yards away from a little button buck and his doe-sister."
"What a magical place. We will most certainly return."
"You really do have a little slice of heaven out here."
Maryland Bed and Breakfast Association!
"Utterly beautiful cabin, garden, grounds. Hospitality beyond all others."
"Your gift certificate was lovely - thank you! The gift was a big hit."
"... the cottage is beautiful and the breakfasts magnificent."
"This is the first time to visit USA for me and my sister. What a precious time we could spend here at this place!"
"Breakfast was the best one we ever had."
"We found a Rufous hummingbird feeding on some of the garden flowers. He too knew a good stopover when he found one!"
"We were greeted by a doe and fawn as we drove down the gravel road ... (and enjoyed) playing bocce in the field, watching a mother bird feed her babies, biking on the C&O, watching the moon rise over Little Seneca Lake and sitting by the fire."
"What a wonderful privilege it's been to experience the warmth of your hospitality."
General Information: Welcome to Pleasant Springs Farm in Boyds, Maryland ... an eighteenth century log cabin, lovingly restored, entirely yours for the night ... a perfect honeymoon cottage or romantic getaway. It's also a beautiful site for family reunions, teas, and for nature lovers. Farm products include wool yarn, soap, shepherd's whimsies, and more!
Your hosts are Peg Coleman - author of Montgomery County, A Pictorial History, Paul of Montgomery, and March Mama Wore Two Aprons - available online from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders. Around Germantown will be at any local Borders or Barnes & Noble + online stores after August 25. Jim Coleman is a Master Gardener, retired scientist (LASL and US Department of Energy).
You set the breakfast schedule at Pleasant Springs Farm ... it arrives in your cottage, just for you.
Payment Accepted: Personal or traveler's check or cash.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
Full breakfast included.
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"My wife and I just celebrated our first anniversary, which gave us occasion to think back on our wedding and how wonderful our stay was at Pleasant Springs Farm. Remembering the peace we found in the cottage, the splendid breakfasts you made for us, the wonderful ride on the canal we took on the bicycles you loaned us, and the lovely wool hat we bought from you and your sheep (I assume you give them a cut of the profits) made us feel very sweet and warm. They are truly great memories for us and we have you to thank!"
"... We're needing a sanctuary to reconnect... When we drove down the lane And beheld this cabin, our lives were 'simplified' and, Peg -- Magic happened. Our stay was just perfect - Peaceful and romantic."
"Each day after a day of exploration and adventure in the city, we returned to this picturesque and relaxing haven. The serenity here is good for the spirit."
"We appreciate your extra effort in cooking gluten-free. The results were delicious. You've certainly mastered cooking gluten free."