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Operating a business that service hospitality is not easy. Building an effective business that is customer satisfying increases the positive and diverse response within our customers.  


Our business was established in 1954. We take pride in ourselves by providing customers with high-quality comfort and personal service. Our motel is conveniently located in Frostburg, MD 21532 on Route 40/55

Providing good service means we give our honesty, dedication, quality, and hospitality. We work with you every step of the way to make sure you receive the services that you deserve. Our business is client-oriented; our goal is to maintain customer satisfaction


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  • Your private parties , meetings.
  • Convenience  $  Store.
  • Ice Cream/Soda.
  • Free Wireless Internet access in all rooms
  • Free Parking
  • AM/FM Alarm Clock
  • Handicapped Rooms And Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Premium television channel(s)
  • Refrigerator
  • 32" flat screen TV with basic cable and high speed internet
  • Some off - Kitchen Net Studios


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Historic Clarysville Tribute.
The allegany county Historical Society during the civil war,there are numerous one story buildings constructed by the military and long since demolished.Clarysville motel surrounding area had been serving the travelers along the National Highway.

The Historic Clarysville Inn
A Tribute

The scene in this postcard is taken from a lithograph housed at the Allegany County Historical Society. During the Civil War, the Inn served as a military hospital. Surrounding the Inn are numerous one story buildings constructed by the military and long since demolished. The only two story building in the picture, located to the left of the flagpole, is the Clarysville Inn. Before the war, this Inn had been serving the travelers along the National Highway for more than 50 years.

It is generally believed that the Inn was built in 1807 by Gerald Clary. Helen Straw Hinkle, in her research, sites survey records supporting this date. This area served as a stagecoach stop, and as such, attained a prestige not accorded the wagoneer stops. According to Thomas B. Searight, in his history of the national road, stagecoach drivers and the community  that served the coach lines were considered to be in a "higher class" than wagoneers and the establishments catering to their needs. But the wagoneers knew how and where to have more fun.

In 1894, Mr Searight observation of the Clarysille was: "Eight miles west from Cumberland Aden Clary, Gerald's nephew kept. His house was a large and commodious brick building on the south side of the road, and is still standing. There was not a more popular house on the road than Aden Clary's." Later he points out that Aden Clary was well known in the early history of the road.

At the outbreak of the Civil War, Mary Townsend is said to have convinced her husband, M.M. Townsend, MD to use the as a hospital. Dr Townsend established the hospital and continued to serve there when the army assigned a military commander to oversee operations at the hospital.

SourcesA Pictorial History Allegany County, by Lee G. Schwartz, Albert Feldstein and Joan H. Baldwin, 1980The Old Pike: A history of The National Road, by Thomas B. Searight, 1894The National Road, by Robert Bruce, for the National Highway Association, 1916
Contributed by Mel Collins, Sec/Treas Preservation Society of Allegany CountyHeritage Press, June, 1972, Vol. 1, No.8Postcard Collection of Mel Collins.