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Open Gates Farm Bed & Breakfast

Open Gates Farm Bed & Breakfast is set among the picturesque, rolling hills of Huntingtown in Southern Maryland's Calvert County, "The Charm of the Chesapeake". Located just 5 miles from the Chesapeake Bay & 3 miles from the Patuxent River, water-oriented activities abound including boating, fishing, crabbing & swimming. Calvert County is also home to 5 wineries, historic sites & museums, antiques and art, and numerous parks.

Wren's Nest | Open Gates Farm Bed & Breakfast

Open Gates Farm Bed & Breakfast

Antique wardrobe in The Cottage Suite...originally from the William Paca estate at Wye River...

My favorite place to snuggle with my Sweetheart!

I love to set here in the evenings with a steaming cup of coffee...

Christmastime at Open Gates Farm!

The bedside table in The Cottage Suite...

Nothin' like fresh, home-baked bread!

  • Toni

    And your bread is the best, Jenna!

The front hall...I love this antique wardrobe!

Possibly my favorite room in the kitchen!

  • Marygrace Harris

    I just love your kitchen and your entire house!! I love country style

  • Lisa Jones

    I love so many features of your home, especially the old doors! I plan to purchase old doors for my bungalow.

  • Open Gates Farm Bed & Breakfast

    We are very grateful that all the original chestnut woodwork, doors & glass doorknobs were intact when we bought our old farmhouse! When we renovated our home, there were no architectural salvage yards around. Nowadays, it's a lot easier to find vintage salvage. There is a 1991 addition on our home {built by the previous owners} and sadly, when it was constructed, it was done without consideration to the architectural style or era of the main house. One of my husband's customers happened to have a stack of vintage doors {which have been painted} which match the ones in our main house. Eventually, we will reno the addition so it fits in with the rest of the house! It might interest you to know - since you're into salvage - that when we restored our tobacco barns, we saved the wood that was removed. We used some of it {poplar} for flooring in our upstairs {main} bathroom! It perfectly compliments the antique claw-foot tub & pedestal sink!

  • Lisa Jones

    Thank you so much for a bit of history on your lovely home. You are so blessed to live in such a special place.

Peonies blooming beside the farm bell...oh, what a sweet fragrance!

Our chickens! Bless their little hearts...they provide us endless fresh eggs!

My cozy little breakfast nook...

A special treat for one of our Bed & Breakfast couples...

The bedroom in The Cottage Suite...

Our "twin barns" sit high atop the hillside...