Located just two blocks from historic Downtown Cumberland, this townhouse is the perfect getaway from the city. It's also a 10 min walk to the C&O Canal bike trail & Western Maryland Scenic Railroad.
The house was built in 1915 (we celebrated it’s 100 birthday last year!) and is a registered historic home. Recently renovated, it maintains its historic charm while incorporating the modern conveniences of today. The home has bed space for up to 7 adults (1 Queen, 1 Full, and a Twin/Full bunk bed) and a fully functional kitchen. As part of your stay, you can also enjoy a relaxing soak in the back porch hot tub.
In and around Cumberland…
Find a hidden gem at the Queen City Flea Market
Visit the Alleghany Museum (a small but fun museum right downtown)
Check the Cumberland events calendar for farmer’s markets, free concerts, outdoor movies, and more (
Go on a bike ride on the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal trails (bike rentals at Canal Place)
Take a ride on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad (visit the old train station and take a ride on the scenic railroad to Frostburg)
Grab a bite to each along the canal at the Crabby Pig, go for a classy dinner at Ristorante Ottaviani, or join the locals at the Baltimore Street Grill all within walking distance. Just 3 miles down the road is Puccini’s, another great Italian place.
Want dessert? Queen City Creamery’s homemade frozen custard and European Desserts at canal place is a must.
Grab some fresh produce at the Fruit Bowl
Nearby day trips…
Swimming, canoeing, mountain biking, and more at Rocky Gap State Park
Boating on the lake, antique shops, and great dining (we recommend the Cornucopia Café) at Deep Creek Lake
Skiing, mountain biking, alpine slide, and ropes course at the Wisp Resort
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater
Whitewater rafting, hiking, biking, and rock climbing at Ohiopyle State Park
Cross-country skiing (winter) and hiking, fishing, and swimming (summer) at New Germany State Park