14506 National Pike, Clear Spring, MD
Our goal is to ensure every wedding at Miller’s Farmstead is the most beautiful wedding! The historical house and barn have been restored; guaranteeing your special day will be comfortable and unforgettable. You will find Miller’s Farmstead is the perfect wedding venue up to 120 guests, with 135 as maximum capacity. - Wedding Coordinators: Our experienced wedding coordinators will help make your day memorable. - Tables and Chairs Included: will comfortably accommodate 120 guests (135 maximum) - Bride and Bridesmaid Suite: beautiful farmhouse available for the day of the event - Groom’s Den: includes a pool table and TV - Beautiful outdoor patio and porch for additional space - Climate Controlled (includes backup generator for unexpected weather events) - Ample Lighted Parking - Parking Attendant Cost includes all amenities listed above: Friday - $4,000 Saturday - $4,000 Sunday - $4,000 $1,000 Non-Refundable Deposit due when contract is signed $1,500 Due (60) days from date contract is signed $1,500 Balance Due (120) days from date contract is signed NOTE: If cancellation is received in writing up to (6) months before the event date, there will be a 50% refund (less the $1,000 Non-Refundable Deposit). If cancellation is received less than (6) months before the event date, there will be no refund. If you would like a tour, or have any questions about available dates, please call or text Elizabeth Miller at 301-842-0330. Call today to book your special date! The History of Miller’s Farmstead In 1823, John Miller built his hotel and tavern at the corner of the Pike and Spickler Road. It was one of the original stagecoach stops along the new National Pike. In 1864, the Miller’s Farmstead location was the site of a Civil War skirmish. It happened when Confederate General John McCausland planned to march from Clear Spring to Chambersburg via Mercersburg, PA. Confederate Major Harry Gilmor led 200 men on a diversionary route along the National Road, creating the impression the main strike was to be against Hagerstown. At Spickler’s Hill, near Miller’s Farmstead, Gilmor ran into an ambush from the Union army. The east wall of what was then Miller’s Tavern still bears the marks made by the bullets and a cannon ball from the skirmish. Miller’s Farmstead Today In 1992, this historic property was purchased by David and Elizabeth Miller. The previous owners, the Bloyer family, owned it for nearly 60 years. Restoration of the house and grounds began immediately and over a period of years, the property was restored to the beautiful property you see today. In 2002 the property was named Miller’s Farmstead, in honor of the original builder, John Miller – and the hard-working man and current owner, David Miller, who brought the property back to life. Today, the property serves as the perfect wedding venue - and a perfect way to start your life together.