The Hilton Garden Inn Solomons hotel is located on Dowell Road in historic Solomons Maryland and 2.5 miles from the Patuxent Naval Air Station /Pax River/ headquarters for the Naval Air Systems Command /NAVAIR/ the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division /NAWCAD/ and the Navy Test Pilot School and the over 150 technology firms that support Pax River. Nearby is some of the finest nature and water oriented recreational activities on the East Coast. Access to the world famous Chesapeake Bay is minutes away by boat. Our Hilton Garden Inn Solomons hotel features 100 rooms equipped with a large chair and ottoman oversized desk with ergonomic chair 2 phones with voicemail complimentary high speed internet access 26 inch flat screen HDTV premium cable and movie download alarm clock with MP3 plug access refrigerator microwave coffeemaker hairdryer iron and ironing board. A fitness center indoor pool with whirlpool and an outdoor pool in season are also available. Our Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Dowell Maryland features a complimentary 24 hour business center 3 650 square feet of meeting and pre function space with audio/visual equipment and catered food and beverage service available. Our restaurant offers freshly prepared breakfast dinner and room service. The Pavilion Pantry offers snacks candy personal items and refrigerated frozen and microwaveable food items perfect for in room preparation. In Dowell Maryland shopping and numerous restaurants many featuring famous Chesapeake Bay seafood are just a short drive via our complimentary shuttle bus. Whether for business or pleasure deluxe accommodations friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere await guests at our Hilton Garden Inn Solomons hotel in Dowell Maryland.Everything. Right where you need it.
The technicians at Mr. Tire maintain and repair more than three million cars a year, replenishing oil and rotating tires for sustained, smooth vehicle performance. During the oil change and tire rotation, technicians outfit autos with new oil filters and keep engines purring with up to five quarts of conventional oil. Mr. Tire’s technicians also inspect tires’ air- and peer-pressure levels, then rotate tires before bad influences can convince them to shoplift broken glass. A brake inspection acts as a reflex test for cars, keeping vehicles’ reaction times sharp.
Bunky's has been sailing the open seas since purchasing his first charter boat in 1978. Naming it after his wife, Kathy, he used that boat to catch oysters that he subsequently sold in their marina shop. Over time, his fleet grew to 3 charter boats and 16 rental boats. With more boats, Captain Bunky's able to share his love of the water with his community and one of the ways he does this is by inviting people to try their hand at captaining a ship for a day. Tourists can also come aboard his 40- to 47-foot vessels to indulge in an afternoon of cruising, crabbing, or fishing for selkies on the Patuxent River or Chesapeake Bay.
Playtime and study time can be one and the same after a visit to Educate & Celebrate. The shop's collection of arts and crafts materials, science kits, and dramatic play outfits enables kiddies to explore the world around them as well as create something new. Then there are the fully illustrated history books, which teach young readers how the Egyptians created the pyramids and how George Washington couldn't tell a lie because he was so dogged by the blasted paparazzi. Educators can get ideas for activities by reading through the merchant's monthly craft project tab, or they can come up with new classroom themes by scrolling through the bulletin board ideas page.
Not a lot of kids grow up on farms anymore. So when families start flocking to working farms to get their yearly dose of fall activities, kids have a lot of questions. That’s why the Cox family decided to open up their Spider Hall Farm to kids and adults who want to know more about the day-to-day agricultural lifestyle, the importance of being a good steward of the land and water, and how to apply school lessons to real-life situations on the farm. Their education center features six lab-style classrooms where guests can learn through interactive lessons, followed by a tour of the farm’s 362 acres, which are filled with tobacco, corn, and grain.
Throughout the year, the farm sells seasonal produce, meat raised in southern Maryland, organic milk and ice cream, and seasonal plants, allowing guests to roam the farm and experience the full circle of where food comes from without moonlighting as a cafeteria lady. When the last of the crops are harvested, visitors are invited to celebrate with the Cox family at the corn maze and pumpkin patch or to come back when the weather gets chilly to pick out a Christmas tree and take a merry horse-drawn carriage ride.