Woodlawn is Maryland's first estate, deeded in 1634 to Leonard Calvert, Maryland's first governor, as part of Trinity Manor. The current Manor House was completed by American Revolution Colonel Matthias Clarke as a patriotic tribute to the fledgling Republic he fought to establish. His boat of the same name was harbored at the front door, less than 100 feet to the shoreline alongside Calvert Creek.
Today's boxwoods are a nod to the past as the perennial gardens look to the future at what is today's front door at the end of the mile long driveway which most travelers now use to visit.
Seven suites are available at our inn: four in the Creekside Cottages (Sunflower, Poppy, River & Pineapple); the separate 1634 replica cottage known as Magnolia Cottage; and Boxwood and Calvert Suites in the historic Manor House.
The Creekside cottages enjoy deck access. Woodlawn is on Calvert Creek off the Potomac River and almost all bedrooms enjoy waterfront vistas.
Room Prices from $140 - $240.