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Recommended Vacation Rentals in Frederick
Find your perfect vacation rental in Frederick: from $63 per night
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Popular Rental Amenities in Frederick
You will have a large selection of rentals to compare and choose from if you are looking for a property providing a pool in Frederick. Interestingly, our data shows that more hotel rooms have a pool than aparthotel. Additionally, they can host 4 people, on average, while aparthotel with pools can accommodate an average of 5 vacationers. You can also find and book a rental with a pool near the water, which is the case for all of the rentals in this destination.
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Enjoy a Fun-Filled Getaway with a Vacation Home in Frederick, MD
The city of Frederick, MD has been named as one of ‘America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations’ by the National Trust of Historic Preservation. This city is equal parts trendy and historic with plenty of buildings dating back to the Civil War-era. Add to that museums, galleries, scenic mountain views, and chic bars and you have the recipe for a perfect vacation. What's more, planning your Frederick vacation couldn't be easier - it's only an hour from Washington DC, and has superb condo rentals and house rentals, ensuring maximum comfort and convenience.
Where to find the best food in Frederick?
Culinary Delights: Award-winning restaurants in Downtown Frederick
Spread across about 50 blocks, Downtown Frederick offers big city amenities along with the charm and beauty of a small town. This area also boasts some fantastic fine dining restaurants serving different types of cuisines, including Italian, Spanish tapas, and Japanese sushi.
Head to VOLT to enjoy innovative dishes served by Top Chef star chef Bryan Voltaggio. Well-known for being one of the best farm-to-table restaurants on the East Coast, VOLT serves classic American dishes with a gourmet touch. Dutch’s Daughter is another great dining spot, famous for its signature Dutch's Beef Burger and Sunday brunch.
Firestone’s The Raw Bar is a chic seafood restaurant specializing in freshly shucked raw oysters sourced from the East Coast, and small sharing plates that are best enjoyed with on-tap beers. This intimate restaurant is perfect for date night with that special someone.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Frederick?
Art and Culture in Frederick: Railroad History to Vintage Movie Palaces
Step out of your comfortable condo rental in Frederick, MD and into a town that is brimming with history and culture. The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is devoted to telling the story of Civil War-era medicine. Exhibits here depict medical innovations of the time, as well as the stories of heroic soldiers and surgeons.
Located close to the city of Frederick, the Brunswick Heritage Railroad Museum makes for a great day trip for the whole family. Adults can enjoy the massive interactive model railroad and social history exhibits, while the children can spend their time at Pete Harper’s Hands-on Activity Room within the museum.
Head to the Weinberg Center for the Arts for a wonderful evening of entertainment. Housed in restored movie palace from 1926, the center has at its heart a thriving theater that hosts a number of concerts, theatrical performances, film festivals, and studio screenings.
Where are the unique attractions in Frederick?
In and around Frederick: Go hiking and Visit Quaint Farmhouse Breweries
Located close to the Appalachian Mountains, Frederick is surrounded by scenic mountain views. If you love spending time outdoors, Frederick and its neighboring areas offer you a world of exciting opportunities to get back to nature.
Head to the Catoctin range which is also home to the Presidential retreat Camp David. Here, you can enjoy hiking to the majestic Cunningham Falls, take in a spot of fishing, or travel across the national and state parks on mountain bikes, horseback, or foot.
Frederick County boasts a lively microbrewing scene. Go on a day trip to explore the home of the Deadrise, an award-winning Maryland brew at the Flying Dog Brewery. Located at Stillpoint Farm, the Milkhouse Brewery is known for creating lip-smacking farmhouse ales in small batches.
What are the best events and festivals in Frederick?
Annual Events in Frederick: Ice Sculptures, Maple Syrup, and Craft Beer
Whether you choose to visit the historic city of Frederick in the summer or during the winter months, there are always family-friendly events for you to enjoy. Held every year in February, the Fire in Ice festival at Carroll Creek Park is a fun event that showcases intricate ice sculptures and exciting fire dance performances. Grab a hot cocoa at one of the fire stations in Downtown Frederick as you explore late-night shopping options and take in the ice playground.
Or head to Thurmont in March to partake in the Maple Syrup Festival which includes a live demonstration of the process that converts sap to the delicious syrup. Park Rangers hold hourly talks on the process as well as the history of maple syrup-making in Frederick County. The festival is rounded off with a pancake breakfast, and you can even take some of the freshly-made maple syrup home with you.
Featuring local live music and over 175 local beer samples, the Maryland Craft Beer Festival is held at Carroll Creek Park in Downtown Frederick in May of each year. With more than 25 Maryland craft beer brewing companies presenting samples of unique casks and small-batch beers, this festival is a treat for beer connoisseurs.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to rent a vacation rental in Frederick?
The average nightly price for vacation rentals in Frederick is $65.
What amenities are most popular for vacation homes in Frederick?
The most popular amenities for home rentals in Frederick include accommodations that have: internet, TVs, and pools.
How many vacation rentals are in Frederick?
Frederick has 334 Hotel rooms and Bed & Breakfast rentals on offer to rent.
Are pets allowed in vacation rentals in Frederick?
If traveling with a dog in Frederick, 25% of vacation rentals allow pets.
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