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Love this charming hotel. We had a 2 bedroom suite that was perfect! Love the elaborate staircase! You can close your eyes and imagine people milling around in its glory days. The restaurant was wonderful! The food was amazing! We hope to go back again...More
This is great place to learn about Frostburg's history, enjoy the included breakfast at the diner across the street and have a lovely evening meal at the adjacent Gin Mill. The staff was so nice, even after our gang kept the restaurant open past their...More
Recently, we stayed at the Hotel after a trip on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. The service we received was excellent. Ryan, who works at the front desk was very pleasant and helpful. George, our shuttle driver was very polite and very knowledgeable regarding the...More
Our group spent the second night of our GAP trail adventure at the Historic Gunter Hotel. Coming in through the back entrance you get to see that they had jail cells that were used to house prisoners on the way to federal prison back in...More
I wish we could have stayed here longer because the history in and out of this hotel is amazing. There is so much to take in and admire. The room was comfortable and clean and the staff was so friendly. I am sure the current...More
Yes they do have free parking in a parking lot at the back of the hotel. You would then enter the hotel in the back door on a lower level and go through a very interesting area that is a museum on your way to the elevator... More
Yes they do have free parking in a parking lot at the back of the hotel. You would then enter the hotel in the back door on a lower level and go through a very interesting area that is a museum on your way to the elevator taking you to the main lobby. They do not have a pool or hot tub but that was not important to us. The age, design, and history of this old hotel was the important things and we were not disappointed.
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"our room was a little small so perhaps one could ask for a little larger one"