Just beyond the beltway in suburban Maryland and adjacent to a 21-acre nature preserve, The Lodge has the look and feel of the log and stone "Great Camps" of the Adirondack Mountains built around the turn of the century.
The heart of The Lodge is The Great Room, a 200 year-old two-story timber barn from Vermont, anchored at each end by massive stone fireplaces. The Saranac Room has broad skylights, a stone fireplace, and a small bar with a birch bark canoe topped by an intriguing Native American weathervane. The Tack Room is a more formal hunt country space with the Chesapeake Bay-inspired Boathouse Bar offering comfortable booths bordering an expansive bar.
Tissot twig sculpture
Amid the handcrafted wood furniture and distinguished skylights of The Saranac Room, is an elegant twig sculpture that spans the entire ceiling. Twig artist Chris Tissot of Saranac Lake, NY installed this elegant sculpture branch by branch over 2 weeks using none other than a chain saw.