Butterfly-Fields Bed & Breakfast
Visiting D.C.? Butterfly Fields is ideally located for you to explore our nation's capital while still having the chance to escape to a quiet farm setting. To explore the city, we recommend exploring the following:
If boating is your style, consider charting a boat to go out on the Chesapeake, rent a canoe or kayak and explore Jug Bay Park, or go fishing the Upper Bay Charter Captains Association. Charters leaving Deale or Galesville are about 10 minutes from our B&B.
Butterfly Fields is centrally located between our nation's capital, Washington, D.C., our state capital, Annapolis, and Baltimore, Maryland. Our unique location is ideal for the boating enthusiast, Washington D.C. visitors, Annapolis visitors, and horse enthusiasts. Our quick access to the Chesapeake Bay area is wonderful. There are so many recreational and cultural offerings. Our B&B's secluded contry setting is a half mile off the main road and offers peace and quiet to the person looking to "get away from it all," yet in just minutes you can access bustling city life.
Butterfly Fields has unique access to many equine events in our area as well. We are approx. 7 miles from The Showplace Arena, in Upper Marlboro, MD. Butterfly Fields offers the closest accommodations to stay at when attending the many varied events they host such as sporting events, graduations, and horse events.
Another equine organization, the Marlborough Hunt Club, is also nearby. Located in Southern Maryland, The Marlborough Hunt Club's territory extends into Prince George's, Anne Arundel, and parts of Calvert and Charles counties. If you are visiting our area to hunt with the club, we'd love to have you stay at Butterfly Fields!
Visit So Maryland So Good for guides about our local agriculture, farms, trails, farmer's market and much, much more. Make Butterfly Fields your next agrotourism destination!
Butterfly Fields is about 15 - 20 minutes from Rosaryville State Park, home to the Maryland Horse Trials. Rosaryville State Park has extensive equestion trails, biking trails, and hosts other events. You can learn more about their park by visiting their website.
Getting Around: Using the Metro: The metro is a fast and easy way to get into and out of the city. You can drive, you can Uber, or you can use the metro! Find out about fares, schedules, and stops at their website.
Washington, DC Convention and Tourism Corporation: Visit their website for a visitor's guide, tour ideas, where to eat, where to shop, and how to get tours of attractions such as the White House, the Capital Building, the FBI, the Washington Monument, and the Washington National Cathedral.
The Smithsonian Institute: There are over 15 museums that you can visit through the Smithsonian. The National Zoo, Natural History Museum, and the Air and Space Museum are just a few of the popular places to visit. Admission to most museums are free of charge. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the rotating or permanent exhibitions to visit during your stay at Butterfly Fields.