Connextions Magazine - Issue 9 MD

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The Inn at Red Hill Bed & Breakfast


The bedrooms follow suit for a cozy stay in a comfy bed covered with plush bed linens. Cindy provides a lavishly healthy breakfast and obtains all the food from local

sources, including the morning coffee! Whether visiting for a secluded rest, personal exploration or specific event, the Inn at Red Hill B&B can provide for your needs. The Inn overlooks Antietam National Battlefield. These lands are enriched with Civil War history. The battle grounds and museums stretch for miles along the main road into town, and historic markers can be read by pulling over on the shoulder of the road for more insight into the people who gave their lives in

building our Nation. Walk through the historic Cornfield, Bloody Lane and Burnside Bridge. A driving tour in the comfort of your own vehicle, while being guided by CD brings to life your surroundings as you listen to the sounds of cannons and gunfire behind the narration of different soldiers from the era, who landmark the turning of events. Enjoy the July 4th spectacular fireworks show, Civil War reenactments in September and the Annual Antietam National Battlefield Memorial Illumination in December, where a brilliant array of 23,000 luminaries are lit in honor of those solders who fell in battle. Fall is peak leaf peeping season and the mountain roads are a prime place for bicyclist to train. No matter what your plans are, or if there are no plans at all, just submerge yourself in the western mountain region of Maryland. Your mind and body will thank you.

Cindy Neugebauer and Bailey


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