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The Inn At Norwood
Bed & Breakfast

Kelly and Steve Crum,

7514 Norwood Avenue
Sykesville,  MD 21784
(410) 549-7868

The Inn at Norwood


Front porch of  the Inn at Norwood The Inn at Norwood is centrally located in the heart of Historic Sykesville, Maryland. Built in 1906 by the architect J.H. Fowble, the Inn at Norwood is a Colonial Revival home retaining much of its original charm and offers an atmosphere of warmth, tranquility, and elegance. Mr. Fowble built many of the buildings in the town of Sykesville, but he built the Inn as his family's residence. Relax on the front porch overlooking the town, or just snuggle up in the parlor next to our corn burning stove with a good book. The large guest rooms all contain private baths, cable television, DVD players, air conditioning, and Free wireless internet. All our rooms have large Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces, and the highest quality linens.

We offer anytime Free Wireless Internet, Free Coffee, Tea, Soda, Water and snacks. And don't forget the best homemade cookies ever!

 Come reminisce and relax in our antique Game RoomOur Game Room
Come play or just marvel at the collection of antique coin operated games and toys, some dating back to the early 1900's. You can spend hours reminiscing about your childhood memories. We have over 10 working coin operated games that have been collected from all over the United States. We have spent many years acquiring our collection. Challenge your partner to a game of bowling, ask the Kissing Kupids your fate, or let the Love Tester rate your mate. Come and enjoy them all.

Railroad history in Sykesville, MDAbout the Town
The Town of Sykesville, located in Carroll County, is on the National Register of Historic places. The quaint town was named for James Sykes, who purchased the land from George Patterson. The town has a completely restored Railroad Station which was originally built in 1884 and is now a restaurant. Sykesville has much to offer: great restaurants, a museum, festivals throughout the year, hiking and many bike trails, fishing, antique shops and much more.

Liberatores Ristorante
French Twist Cafe
French Twist Cafe
EW Becks
E.W. Becks Restaurant
Baldiwins Station
Baldwin's Station Fine Dining

Nearby Attractions
Ellicott City 15 Miles
New Market ~ Antiquing 20 Miles
Baltimore Inner Harbor 25 Miles
Frederick 30 Miles
    Wineries (Frederick Wine Trail is great!)
Catoctin Mountain 30 Miles
Washington DC 40 Miles
Historic Gettysburg, PA 40 Miles
Harpers Ferry, WV 50 Miles
Hagerstown Outlets 55 Miles
Golf Courses (we can reserve times)

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AAAMaryland Bed and Breakfast Association BnB

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