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Located in the heart of the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., corridor, Turf Valley is a resort that offers a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the two major cities nearby. Regardless of whether you are a local looking for a great staycation destination or you will be coming in from outside the mid-Atlantic region and wish to be close to the historical and cultural attractions of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., but also want to be able to relax in a more serene environment, Turf Valley’s amenities should suit you.
At Turf Valley, you can spend a relaxing day in our luxurious spa, work on your golf game at one of our two 18-hole golf courses, play singles or doubles tennis, or splash around in one of our indoor or outdoor pools. Whenever hunger strikes, you can satiate your appetite with exquisite cuisine prepared by talented chefs at Alexandra’s, a highly regarded American fusion restaurant on site.
From its proximity to Baltimore, Columbia, and Washington, D.C., to its well-maintained grounds, Turf Valley has loads of advantages that we are eager to share. To learn more about our first-class amenities and hotel conference facilities, call (888) 718-3370.
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Are you currently planning a winter wedding? Winter-themed weddings are dreamy, magical, chic, and not to mention, often less expensive than other seasonal weddings. Draw inspiration from Shayna and Jeff’s beautiful wedding at Turf Valley. Their crimson and white color theme was striking and perfect for their snowy wedding day.
Book your wedding for January or February 2015 or 2016 at Turf Valley and receive 25% off. You winter wedding will also include a rehearsal dinner and overnight stay in the hotel. For more details on Turf Valley’s winter wedding special call 410-465-1200 or view the flyer.
(Photography by Kirsten Marie Photography)
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A golfer looking to perform well almost always wants his first shot on a hole to be straight and long. For tips on driving a ball that will help you achieve this goal as often as possible, watch this GolfTV video clip.
In the video, professional golfer Dave Marsh demonstrates how you your stance should look and describes how it should feel if you are to maximize your potential. Follow the steps described, and you should be able to hit the ball with the accuracy and arc that help it land near your target.
The next time you are looking to play at a championship golf course in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., area, be sure to take a look at Turf Valley in Ellicott City. To speak with a representative about our highly rated golf courses, golf packages, or hotel conference facilities, call (888) 718-3370.
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Founded in 1729, Baltimore has one of the richest and most extensive histories of any city in the United States. If you will be heading to the Baltimore area for a business conference or vacation and would like to plan outings to some historical sites in the area, some of the attractions that should be on your radar include:
Mount Clare Museum House
A prototypical example of the Georgian country estate, this grand house-cum-museum in which former U.S. senator Charles Carroll lived has great appeal to history buffs and those who appreciate classic architecture from the Washingtonian era. The house is well preserved and lies on a beautiful park named after the same politician and legal professional.
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Bypass
Before the Civil War emancipated slaves en masse, one brave woman who escaped from the slavery she was born into risked her life time and again to help some 70 enslaved family and friends escape as well. She made a journey of 150 miles by foot 13 different times, passing through Baltimore on each of them. Reflect on her courage and dedication as you explore the Underground Railroad Bypass in Baltimore or drive the length of the Underground Railroad, along which now runs a scenic road.
Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum
An author, poet, and critic whose early 19th century work has made a lasting impression on the literary world, Edgar Allan Poe spent the years during which some of his most influential works came to fruition living in Baltimore. The home in which he lived between 1833 and 1835 is a National Historic Landmark that can be toured by fans of his work.
Baltimore Streetcar Museum
From 1859 to 1944, the streetcar was a common means of transport in Baltimore. Explore the history and evolution of the streetcar and the role it played in Baltimore life and development with a visit to this museum, a fun historic site for people of all ages.
Situated between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., Turf Valley offers an idyllic setting in a prime location that is surrounded by historical and cultural attractions. It also has a great deal to offer as a hotel and conference center. To enquire about the amenities, conference facilities and services, and championship golf courses at Turf Valley, call (888) 718-3370.