Three great things about this Inn.
1. It is nestled in a corner of the Fair Hill Natural Resource Management Area. This 5600 acre multi-use facility is comprised of beautiful rolling hills of meadow and forest accented by the Big Elk creek. It is haven for wildlife, birders, bikers, hikers, and horsemen.
2. It is a Country Inn right out of the English countryside with a warm and inviting coziness. After you've worked up an appetite at the Fair Hill MRMA enjoy a roaring fire and a very nice selection of wines.
3. The staff are equal to the task, providing friendly and courteous service buttressing a kitchen that provides a very fine dining experience. Local Secret: Try to book a table for the annual Burns Supper celebrating the Scottish poet Robert Burns.
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