• Heritage Area At a Glance 

  • Savage River Lodge

    Savage River Lodge


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    About Us

    The spacious three-level Lodge building houses a comfortable great room with a massive stone fireplace, bar, gourmet restaurant, eclectic library, gift shop and wrap around porches for dining or relaxing.

    Eighteen private luxury cabins provide guests with a sitting room with sink-into furnishings, gas fireplace and a hot beverage center with small refrigerator. An enveloping down-clad queen bed is in the sleeping loft. The cabin porch invites you to relax. Forest scented toiletries, deep soaking tubs and an umbrella for two add special touches. All cabins are non-smoking. The cabins do not have televisions, encouraging guests to seek entertainment outdoors and enhancing the feeling of peaceful solitude. Special treats and massages can be ordered.

    The Lodge is pet-friendly, accepting pets by advance reservation only

    The casual restaurant offers sophisticated American regional cuisine, innovatively styled comfort foods and features local organic vegetables in season and specialty meats, seafood, game and vegetarian dishes. All enhanced by our multi-award winning wine list. The open kitchen, wood-burning oven and indoor or outdoor dining (seasonal) make our restaurant a regional destination.

    The Savage River Trading Company gifts, clothing, snacks, home accessories, dog toys, antiques and works by local artisans...a perfect way to take a some of the Lodge home with you.

    The meeting facilities are a world apart from the ''standard'' hotel meeting room. The upper level meeting space features log walls, cathedral ceiling, French doors leading to a treetop-view.


    The main Lodge during winter.
    We have 18 rustic luxury cabins appointed with all of the amenities.
    All 18 cabins are equipped with a fireplace, loft-style bedroom and private bathroom.
    Our area is great for fly-fishing and we offer guided tours.
    Biking the Great Allegheny Passage and surrounding trails are a favorite past-time of Lodge guests.
    Our 14 miles of hiking trails, provide exercise all year round doubling as snowshoeing and cross-country ski trails in the winter.
  • This project has been financed in part with State Funds from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, an instrumentality of the State of Maryland.
    However, project contents or opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.

  • Photo Credits: Tim Jacobsen, Bob Carney, Marcia Warnick, Sarah Myers, Crede Calhoun, Higher Focus Studios, Garrett Historical Society, Sarah Duck, Garrett County Chamber of Commerce