Best Maryland holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Maryland
Red Roof Inn AnnapolisLocated in Annapolis, 7 km from Annapolis Harbor, Red Roof Inn Annapolis provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. The hotel has newspapers and a fax machine and photocopier that guests can use.Book now
Best Western Kent Narrows InnLocated in Grasonville in the Maryland Region, 1.2 km from Chesapeake Exploration Center, Best Western Kent Narrows Inn features a hot tub and fitness centre. Free WiFi is offered and free private parking is available on site.Book now
Between megacities and untouched nature: holiday apartments in Maryland
On the US east coast, Maryland is one of the most densely populated states in the USA. The proximity to Washington and Philadelphia characterizes the state at Chesapeake Bay as well as its port cities Baltimore and Annapolis, which play an important role for the economy of the region. Your vacation home in Maryland is also located in one of the most diverse states in the U.S., where the Appalachian Hills alternate with sand dunes and pine forests, as well as tranquil fishing villages with millions of metropolises. It’s not without reason that the region around your apartment in Maryland is known as “America in Miniature”, because from the metropolitan regions of Washington and Baltimore to the lonely expanses of the Appalachian Mountains, you actually feel like crossing an entire continent within a few hours. Find your holiday home in Laurel Branch in the tranquil community of Bennsville south of Washington or discover the vibrant seaport of Baltimore and follow in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe. With accommodations on 9flats.com you get an insight into the culture and way of life of the American east coast and at the same time have a lot of privacy.
Apartments in Maryland and East Coast Cities
At first glance, Maryland differs from other US states by its unusual shape. The state stretches along both sides of Chesapeake Bay, to the east to the coast and to the west far inland. This extension at a width that is partially only three kilometers explains the scenic diversity of Maryland. The state is particularly dominated by water due to its location at Chesapeake Bay, and a private holiday home in Maryland gives you the opportunity to take relaxed boat trips on Chesapeake Bay as well as extensive hikes in the Appalachian Mountains. The 3,500 kilometre Appalachian Trail is one of the longest long-distance hiking trails in the world, passing through Maryland east of Hagerstown, through pristine landscapes, spectacular vantage points and countless protected areas. If you want to use your holiday home in Maryland for an outdoor vacation, the Appalachian Trail offers a variety of possibilities to discover the East of the USA in an individual way. Check out 9flats for Pittsburgh Accommodation in north bordering Pennsylvania and explore the Appalachian Trail from the Pen Mar Park recreation area, which forms the border between Maryland and Pennsylvania.
The Appalachian Trail: for Outdoor Holidaymakers
In addition to a great variety of scenery, Maryland also has a lot to offer city travellers, so for your city trip to Washington, Baltimore or Philadelphia you’ll find some of the most attractive apartments in the USA. If you’re planning an overnight stay in Maryland on your trip along the East Coast, Baltimore offers a diverse mix of culture, history and vibrant nightlife. The seaport where the American National Anthem was born offers a wide variety of recreational facilities, nightlife and first-class seafood restaurants. Washington is also close to your Maryland vacation home. If you haven’t already booked a Washington Holiday Home, you can visit the U.S. seat of government from Baltimore or Silver Spring on a day trip and get to know the White House up close.