Wonderful accommodation in all dimensions as the house is gorgeously appointed, the room was precisely as advertised and depicted, the food was sublime and David was the consummate host. There were ample seating and lounging areas, which included a library sitting room of which we were especially enamored. We shall return!
My husband and I made a last minute reservation to stay overnight and were very happy that we did. The house was gorgeous and historical. We loved all the details that the owners kept even with all the major upgrades included. Our room was well decorated and clean. The only downside was that the room was along the front of the house which is right along the highway- lots of traffic noise. Overall the place was great to stay at and we will be back for sure!
My husband and I spent 2 wonderful nights at this charming bed & breakfast. Dave & his wife have done a marvelous renovation with this 1780's charming home. He guided us to some wonderful places for lunch and dinner. No question...we would revisit Wayside Inn in the future.
I treated myself to a night in the Equestrian Room and it was absolutely delightful. The bed was extremely comfortable, the whirlpool bathtub was incredibly relaxing and the breakfast and specially ordered chocolate-covered strawberries were delicious. Additionally, the service was great with the front desk staff showing me the way to my room and offering dinner/tour suggestions.
My husband stayed there for two nights and could not have been happier or felt more at home. The rooms were beautiful and very clean, breakfast was delicious, and our host, David, was very helpful and welcoming. We would definitely stay there again!
Our stay was a getaway weekend for my husband and I. The Inn was just as great as I expected from reading other reviews. Dave and his wife were very hospitable and personable! The breakfast food was wonderful and the accommodations were very comfortable. We stayed in the Terrace room with the gas fireplace and 2 person jetted tub. The location of the Inn was centrally located and convenient to our plans for the weekend. I would highly recommend this Inn and plan to return in the future!
My husband recently returned from a 7-month deployment and is stationed at Ft Bliss TX, so our time together is precious. I reserved the Terrace Room and requested massage information. David called and advised that the room was too small to accommodate that, but suggested a lovely boutique on Main Street, Ellicott City. We received a couples massage before checking into the lovely room at the Wayside Inn, and had dinner at the Stanford Grill (excellent). We then returned to the Inn for a romantic evening in. The only downsides were that we didn't have the code to order a movie for the evening, and we were only able to stay one evening. The snow and predicted ice the next morning prompted us to leave earlier than we had planned. Breakfast was delicious and quite filling. All in all, a lovely stay. We definitely recommend staying longer than one night to enjoy the cozy atmosphere.
We stayed here after hearing stories of hauntings and nightly ghost visits (we like the spooky stuff). We didn't experience anything like that, but we still enjoyed our stay! David and Susan are wonderful hosts, and phenomenal cooks! Be sure to get the Egg and Cheese casserole recipe from them. They are very knowledgable about the surrounding towns, and can recommend the best places to eat and visit. We stayed in the Margo suite. Plenty roomy, and with a very nice bathroom (the tub is small for a 2 person bubble bath, in case you're curious). All the amenities you could think of. The coffee/tea machine is a nice touch. It is a bit pricey to be sure, but our stay could not have been more enjoyable. The house and hosts are Outstanding, and we will visit again.
The Wayside Inn Bed & Breakfast is a beautiful Inn offering wonderful atmosphere in a beautiful tranquil setting. Cannot say enough about the wonderful welcome from the Inn's owner and the beautifully decorated and furnished rooms and architcture of the Inn. It was a delicious treat as we were served a wonderful breakfast ! The rooms offer so many relaxing and thoughtful touches to make our stay so enjoyable. The Wayside Inn, it's history, decor, great breakfast and hospitality is top notch. Definitely a 5 star rating from us and we will surely return.
The history and quaint decor of this B&B is it's biggest strength. There are new discoveries in each room. Cost reading room with a fireplace. Breakfast was light and delicious. Look forward to visiting again.
I've rented the entire Inn for a business meeting in the past. My last visit was social. On both occasions they did not disappoint. Our room was beautiful. The staff was extremely friendly and present enough to know you were well taken care of without being intrusive. There willingness to shuttle to locale sites, including Hopkins hospital makes it far more pleasant and less expensive option than any local hotel
The place was beautiful, rooms were so classy,We had 7 rooms booked there as my daughter got married on there courtyard so I got to see all the rooms, the staff, especially Stashia was our coordinator and I can't say enough wonderful things about her. The breakfast was simply wonderful they put us all in the main dining room the morning after the wedding. Highly recommend we will be back again to stay here!
We were coming up from VA for a show at the Baltimore Soundstage and decided to make a little weekend of it by staying at the Inn. We are so glad we did- the rooms were better than most resorts- clean and beautifully decorated! Staff were friendly and accommodating. We will be back!
My wife and I spent a long weekend here. The inn was very nice. The staff was friendly and helpful. I will stay here again if I ever get back to Baltimore. The location is simply perfect. We parked the car on Friday afternoon & did not need to touch it until Monday morning. We walked to little Italy every night for dinner. Must be 40 restaurants in a six block area. On Friday night they were showing "Gone with the wind" on the side of a building in a parking lot across the street from a very fine Italian bakery. Each day we walked a couple of the blocks to the inner harbor. Visited the aquarium there. Ate crabs on a wharf. Toured the USS Constellation. Took water taxis to fells point. Went and listened to live music at the Power Plant Live.
I had my wedding at the attached venue. The staff was amazing and so accommodating. They did everything things they could to make sure my day was perfect. Myself and several guest stayed the night and the rooms were beautiful.
We stayed at the CATON room which is close to the main road and though we got used to the noise, it is not a room for a light sleeper. They do provide great breakfast and even gluten free options. I ordered a buritto with corn tortilla and they made a mistake which they corrected by making one wrapped with a corn tortilla, but the egg content was bland.. I thought it would be real eggs but it was not. Next time i know to select the omelette options. I would stay there again any day.
Our enjoyment of the B&B was exceedingly enhanced by the wonderful breakfasts prepared by the innkeeper. Scrumptious meals greeted us each morning. One disappointment we noted was either our error in reading the room descriptions or the omittance on website room overview was that each room required climbing stairs. All rooms were in one of three places - basement, second floor or third floor. An advance notation might have effluenced our decision to choose this location.
We have stayed in numerous B&Bs up and down the east coast from Vermont to New Hampshire to Maryland. Hands down this was the most enjoyable experience we have had in a B&B. Attentive but not intrusive, engaging but not pesky. Food was excellent. Wine in the evening was great.