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Hideaway on the Bay: Waterfront Vintage A Frame

The Hideaway on the Bay is a waterfront A frame where you can disconnect from the things that can wait so you can connect with the people who matter most. A place where kids fall in love with nature, and where old friends make new memories. The house is a two bed, one bath 1974 flat top A Frame that sits on two acres on the outskirts of Lusby, MD—and a low traffic hour(ish) drive from the DMV. Enjoy the indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit, swinging chairs, kayaks, canoe, fish and catch crab --

$229 per night
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Cabin on Middle Creek - Myersville MD - Middletown

Park the car & walk across the foot bridge to serenity along Middle Creek. Nestled between South Mountain State Park & Gambrill State Park, lies a beautiful & relaxed 9-acre private cabin retreat. Amazing place to unwind, de-stress & get away. Let the sound of the creek or rain on the tin porch roof put you to sleep at night. It has all the essentials of home. Enjoy the fire pit on cool evenings or take a dip in the stream on a warm day. The cabin offers a perfect peaceful or romantic setting.

$99 per night
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2-bedroom lake-house with a magnificent view

Relax with the whole family at this peaceful place to stay. Enjoy the lake view from anywhere in the sitting room, the sunroom or the hot tub. Take a nice walk in the neighborhood and watch the sunrise and sunset on the bay beach.

$246 per night

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Weekend cabins in Maryland

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  2. Flintstone
“Our Nest”....Flintstone Studio with a View
$80 per night
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  2. Gambrills
Relaxing Cabin Get Away Near Annapolis & DC
$152 per night
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  2. Marriottsville
Christi’s Cabin: Lei Flower Room
$35 per night
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  2. Keedysville
Sunny Streams - Mountaintop Cabin with Incredible Sunset Views!
$152 per night
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  2. McHenry
Mountain Life
$197 per night
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  2. Goldsboro
Wigwam Lodge *MasterSuite & Lounge* Woodland Views
$124 per night
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  2. Oakland
Lake access out the front door!
$220 per night
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  2. Accident
Deep Creek Lake Log Cabin ~Pet Friendly & HOT TUB
$207 per night
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  2. Oakland
Dog-friendly cabin with private hot tub, Ping-Pong, free WiFi, lake views
$270 per night
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  2. Oakland
NEW! Lake Area Home in the Yellowstone Community!
$294 per night
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  2. Swanton
Cozy Cabin with Hot Tub, Lake Access, Screened Porch, & Firepit
$185 per night
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SUGARBUSH - Sweet Serenity Tiny House
$150 per night

Lake cabins in Maryland

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Your own private beach?? Horizon views of the bay?
$375 per night
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  2. North East
Waterfront Cabin on the Chesapeake
$395 per night
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  2. Friendsville
Bear Creek Get-A-Way
$268 per night
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  2. Swanton
"Whispering Pines"
$267 per night
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  2. Oakland
Private Dock, Amazing Views, Hot Tub, AC
$202 per night
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  2. Accident
Cozy Chalet @ Pond's Edge - Comcast WiFi -Wisp/DCL
$229 per night
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  2. North East
Bayview Cottage
$232 per night
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  2. Chestertown
Rivershore Retreat
$295 per night
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  2. Accident
Analog Cabin - Cozy retreat. 15 min from DCL
$230 per night
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  2. Berlin
Unique Property Ocean City,Berlin and Assateague!
$325 per night
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  2. Smith Island
IDLE HOUR, 3 bedroom 1.5 bath cottage WITH DOCK
$164 per night
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  2. Ocean City
Come escape in a 1br cabin at Beach Bum West-O! ##
$144 per night

Cabins with a pool for rent in Maryland

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Glamping Cabin in the Catoctin Mountains
$88 per night
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  2. Thurmont
Hide & Seek Luxury Log Cabin, a gem in the woods
$195 per night
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  2. Oakland
DOGS WELCOME! Lake Area Home w/2 wood fireplaces & Hot tub!
$291 per night
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  2. Oakland
DOGS WELCOME! Lake Area Home w/Indoor Hot Tub, Sun Room, & 2 Fireplaces!
$317 per night
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  2. Keedysville
Quiet Antietam Cabin
$239 per night
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  2. McHenry
WISPer Lake
$400 per night
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Cloud 10 at Deep Creek Lake
$1,095 per night
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  2. Port Republic
Scientists Cliffs Beach Queen Bedroom 1 hr from DC
$428 per night
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  2. Ocean City
X-Large 2 Br Cabin! Perfect for Family Vacation!!
$199 per night
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  2. Ocean City
Relaxing, 3 Br/2 Ba Cabin on Waterfront Property!
$278 per night
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  2. Ocean City
Come escape in a 1br cabin at Beach Bum West-O!! 2
$144 per night
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  2. Ocean City
Come relax in a 2br cabin at Beach Bum West-O!! 6
$173 per night

Your guide to Maryland

Welcome to Maryland

Maryland’s 3,190 miles of shoreline and long riverfronts shape its natural appeal with sandy stretches and stellar sunrises. Charming old towns boast beautiful views and relaxing beaches as well as a healthy dose of American history, be it the origins of the national anthem or the Battle of Antietam. Though Annapolis is the state’s political capital, Baltimore is much larger, and both take many cultural and political cues from being a part of the National Capital Region and their proximity to Washington D.C. Many of the state’s claims to fame come from Chesapeake Bay, the water that nearly splits the eastern part of Maryland in two. From there we get the famed Maryland crab and other seafood that drive the local cuisine; the naval and civilian boating culture of Annapolis; and, of course, the scenic byways that weave across the water.


How do I get around Maryland?

Maryland’s main airport, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall (BWI), is a major East Coast hub serving destinations and airlines all over the country and the world. However, the other National Capital Region airports, Reagan National (DCA) and Dulles International (IAD), also provide easy access to many parts of the state. All have ample options for car rentals. For most destinations outside the National Capital Region, having a car is useful. Within the Region and Baltimore, public transportation makes a car unnecessary, and even difficult. The high-speed Acela train serves Washington D.C. and Baltimore’s BWI airport and Penn Station, and standard Amtrak trains connect those stations to cities all over the region and country. Other parts of the state have train service to nearby regions, including Cumberland in western Maryland.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Maryland?

Most of Maryland experiences four classic seasons, with chilly, snowy winters and hot, humid summers. At the Chesapeake Bay beaches, the hot, humid summers are more tolerable, making it a big draw for people looking to cool off on their vacation. But for most of the state, late spring and early fall bring the most comfortable weather. Spring in Maryland brings out the blooms, and various cherry blossom and garden events lure visitors to admire the bright colors, while fall shows its own red, orange, and brown hues. Though western Maryland stays cooler year-round, the higher elevations receive more snow in winter, which attracts snowshoers and other winter sports enthusiasts. But even the eastern part of the state can see significant snowfall, resulting in cold, icy conditions that are best suited for exploring indoor attractions.


What are the top things to do in Maryland?

Cambridge

The small Eastern Shore town of Cambridge merges many of Maryland’s most iconic features. You can get a taste of history — it’s one of the oldest colonial towns in the country, just 15 minutes from the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center — as well as a taste of the local seafood at the many crab restaurants overlooking Chesapeake Bay as you wander the boardwalk, or at Sailwinds Park.

Baltimore Inner Harbor

The focal point of Maryland’s largest city, this historic seaport and repurposed industrial area holds a slew of history and tons of museums. The National Aquarium, Port Discovery Children’s Museum, and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture will keep you busy all day, along with the area’s many restaurants and bars.

Assateague Island National Seashore

The peaceful, sandy beaches and windswept salt marshes of this 37-mile barrier island on Maryland’s far eastern Atlantic shores would be enough to make it an ideal destination. But it’s the beautiful herd of wild horses for which it’s most famous.