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I recently enjoyed my second overnight stay in as many years at the 1828 Trail Inn in Hancock, MD.This impeccable cozy inn is located just one block from the trail. The delightful owners live on the premises and really have their act together in catering...More
We stayed at the Trail Inn enroute to DC on a bike trip. Rooms were clean and comfortable within this beautiful old house. We were welcomed by the scent of baked goods which turned out later to be homemade muffins. Bill and Darlene are very...More
We stayed at the 1828 for one night during an 11 day bike trip from Pittsburgh to Washington along the GAP and C and O trails. The 1828 Trail Inn will bring you back to a time of gracious hospitality. The bedroom was large, and...More
Stayed two nights while taking day trips on the WMRT and the C&O Canal tow path. The house is lovely, and the hosts are very nice. We enjoyed the huge front porch. We stayed in the Doctor's Office, which had a comfortable king bed and...More
This was the nicest place we stayed on a 5-day bike trip from Pittsburgh to Shepherdstown. It's close to both of the bike trails that run through town and has secure bike storage as well as a place to wash and work on bikes if...More
My boyfriend and I are visiting America from England and will be travelling through on our way to Ohio, from NYC, and we thought Hancock looks a lovely place to stay.
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Same from me as from Golfdick! But I can recommend the 1828. Not a lot in Hancock but good to visit and good grill near the inn. There is an interesting hunting shop on Main St - killing animals not my idea of fun... More
Same from me as from Golfdick! But I can recommend the 1828. Not a lot in Hancock but good to visit and good grill near the inn. There is an interesting hunting shop on Main St - killing animals not my idea of fun - but the stuffed bear is amazing. Happy travels. Michael
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