With names linked to the history of both Frostburg and the Allegheny Trail House, each of our rooms offers a private bathroom, cable TV, air conditioning and ceiling fan. Jason resides in his own private apartment at the rear of the B&B with his dog, Gus. Gus will be pleased to meet you, should you wish to make his acquaintance.
You may check in between 3 and 6 p.m.; other check-in times can be arranged with prior notice.
Check-out is 11 a.m.
Named in honor of the former owner of our home at 156 East Main, Harriett Dixon, whose dream it first was to open the historic building as a bed and breakfast, the Dixon Room is light and airy, with original pine floors, a queen bed, large private bathroom with a claw foot tub and shower, a table and two chairs.
One of our community’s main attractions is the Frostburg Depot, destination spot along the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. Whether you’re riding the rails or the trail to Frostburg, a night spent in this large bedroom will offer two queen beds, a table and chairs, private bathroom with shower.
We’re sure Frostburg founder Meshach Frost, also the town’s first postmaster, would be pleased with all this large bedroom has to offer: original pine floors, a queen bed, private covered deck, cozy sitting area and table, private bathroom with shower.
This room offers beautiful views of Old Main, the first building to grace Frostburg State University’s campus. It features original pine floors, a queen bed, private bathroom with shower, table and two chairs.
“If I could give this place more than 5 stars, I would. The house and my room were absolutely adorable, inviting, and comfortable. I wish I could have spent more than one night, but I was on a bike trip from Pittsburgh to DC. Jason was so friendly and helpful and kind. My (vegan!) breakfast was incredible and eating it on the lovely front porch was perfect. Jason also packed me a vegan lunch for my journey, and it was amazing. There was a safe place to lock our bikes. There were also games and tea and everything else you could want to feel at home. I'd love to come back one day.”