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Hotel/B&B/Inn in Frederick, MD

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I've been dying to try Volt restaurant in Frederick, MD. However, since I live in DC, I'd prefer to make a weekend of it and stay in Frederick overnight. Are there any upscale inns in the area? Perhaps even something with a spa? I'm looking for something along the lines of poplar springs inn and spa in VA (http://www.poplarspringsinn.com/)? The only option I've been able to find is Antrim 1844, but it looks a bit too antiquey for my taste. That said, if anyone highly recommends the Antrim, I would certainly consider it.

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