Wonderful B&B and this was my second visit. Even with the renovations not being completed in my suite, my stay was worth it. Thank you Sabrina and all other staff for making this stay extra great. Will be back soon for a more luxurious suite.
- Great view from the room! You can get out to the water from each floor. - Expect homemade breakfast every morning, with buffet-style proportions. - Adorable dogs that are well trained to either keep you company, or stay clear for those that are not a fan of dogs - If you want a break from any noise, this is the place.
Discovered this B&B "around the corner" from my sister's place. The staff is exceptionally helpful and courteous, and my room - which was one of their small ones - was spacious and well-equipped. The bed was exceptionally comfortable. Lovely common areas indoors and out. Breakfast offerings are generous - my only comment is that I would have preferred more health-conscious options (yogurt without added sugar, whole grain breads,etc.)
Annapolis is a quaint city and has many options for B&B's. I selected the Flag House Inn based on it's price, location and description. I was not disappointed! The whole house was beautifully decorated and my room (Far East) exceeded my expectations in terms of size and comfort. One of the selling points is that the house has off-street parking and is conveniently located for walking to the historic points of interest and a variety of restaurants in the historic city center. While I originally booked a 3 night stay, I had to cancel the first night in order to attend a funeral; the hostess graciously agreed to modify my reservation without a cancellation fee or adjustment to the rate, which she probably could have insisted on. I appreciate this consideration and would not hesitate to recommend this Inn.
Spent 2 nights in the Independence Suite for my wife and I's tenth anniversary. Simply put, an amazing place. I upped for the romance package, and it did not disappoint! I even worked it with staff for them to implement the package within our room while we were out to dinner, and they did! Staff were great and accommodating, and breakfast was superb. A great location to the inner harbor (walking distance to everything), and lots of great restaurants around. Will gladly stay there again! One minor complaint is there was a touch of excessive noise coming into the room from outside at night, but no more than expected for being in the middle of the city!
The room was great! The bed was more than comfortable, the view was outstanding as were the owners. They were very very friendly and knowledgable about the area. The only concern was that there was a musty odor to the place despite the fact that it appeared to be very clean.
Stayed 2 nights while visiting Grandaughter at GW university in DC. Room was clean staff and cook were GREAT. Room could be much better with a little maintenance. ( staff informed us that a maintenance person had just been hired to address these problems)
Our stay was supposed to be for two nights in the Pine Tree Cabin. We couldn't leave. Warm, cozy , inviting. Beautiful sunsets and peaceful setting to clear your mind & soul. Cant' wait for next visit. Thank you Tracy & Bob. It was exactly what we needed. Barb & Mark
Looking for a wonderful place to stay with family or longtime friends in Annapolis, MD.? If so don't miss the Flag House Inn! Our 50th Reunion stay for five couples, all close friends since our entrance into the Naval Academy in 1960, couldn't have been better. Located just outside Gate one at the Academy. How great it was to park the car at the Inn and not have to take it out again for the duration of our three day stay. It is so centrally located you are within walking distance of all the Naval Academy and downtown Annapolis have to offer. The accommodations are superb, breakfasts wonderful and prices more reasonable than most in Annapolis. Highly recommended! We look forward to our next visit. Bill and Suzanne Dell
This was the perfect place for my wife and I to enjoy our week vacation. Columbia is 30 minutes from Baltimore which is close enough to enjoy the sites but far enough away to escape the high living costs. We stayed here during the week (Monday-Thursday) and found our suite to be very affordable and very comfortable (tempur-pedic beds!). The made to order breakfast was the butter cream frosting on the cake. Truly an "over and above" service that we will definitely take advantage again. Highly recommended. I also wanted to note that it rained Thursday so we decided to stay in and read in the library... cabin fever? heck no! Thank you David and Cynthia for a wonderful stay.
Enjoyed our stay. We arrived early and they checked us right in. Staff were all very nice and friendly. We were in L Suite and the sitting area and sleeping area were very nice. The bed was very comfortable.
We sojourned in Annapolis for 3 days recently and stayed at the Flag House Inn. Once we parked our car, we walked everywhere as the Inn is very close to Historic Annapolis, the Naval Academy and dining/shopping locations! The Inn is very charming and quiet...the host and hostess are wonderfully helpful people with many suggestions for enjoying our time in Annapolis.
I happened across your site and was not only pleased, I was WOWed. It was my lady friend's birthday and I wanted something special but after looking online for over an hour, nothing met my criteria. Normally some things are not as presented, but I can tell you, that is not the case here. The place is better than the pictures, location is superb, the staff is wonderful and the food is to die for. I will be back!!!
Spend the weekend with family at a wedding. Beautiful property and "campy" so laid back and relaxing. Woke to gorgeous sunrises and ended the day with beautiful sunsets. Amazing stars in the dark skies. The views were fantastic. The hosts were gracious and really led the way through the weekend from a rehearsal dinner BBQ to the actual wedding day festivities. This is the way to do a wedding... and Bob and Tracey are the guys you want to show you how !!!
I was in Annapolis to visit my son at the Naval Academy. The Flag House is located right across from the Naval Academy, which was very convenient. Charlotte and Bill made us both feel right at home. We both enjoyed our delicious breakfasts, our comfortable room, and weekend together. I am looking forward to staying at the Flag House again in the future and would highly recommend it to others.
We've given it 3 stars (ie - met our expectations) because in general it was actually pretty much what we expected, but that's because we didn't really believe all the hype with which it surrounds itself. What it is, is a decent small hotel and a pleasant enough place to spend the night. Unfortunately it does not live up to it's somewhat more grandiose pretensions. As to those, if you consider helping yourself to tepid cheap boxed wine and tucking into the same few dips and chips that were on the table the night before, to be an elevating experience then you'll be impressed by the evening free wine & cheese on offer. Equally, if you consider that a rubbery, hard yellow mass constitutes a gourmet version of scrambled eggs and don't you don't mind waiting half an hour to eat it amongst the crumbs left by a previous guest you'll be equally happy. In summary then, our advice would be, take the Bed, which is fine and comfy. Grab a bottle of wine and some nibbles in the supermarket and have your own midnight feast in the room. Then skip the "Gourmet Breakfast", and head out and find a diner that knows how to serve a decent, honest breakfast of the non gourmet variety.
This was our 4th trip to Sandaway and it was on a whim. We could only stay one night and the Gibson Family who own the Inn were very helpful in getting us the Cozy room upstairs. We had a lovely stay, the grounds are always so well kept and just sitting on the Adirondacks watching the Osprey fish is one of the most relaxing spots on the East Coast. The staff is always friendly and it is such a charming property and Oxford is quite the gem. Definitely come by Ferry across the Tred Avon. There are great restaurants in Oxford as well. Thanks again to the Gibson Family for another wonderful stay!
This property in Columbia is close to the city, but feels like you are miles away. I really enjoyed the Z suite with the patio out front and the spacious room. Breakfast was great and the staff was outstanding.
My visit this past weekend to The Columbia Inn far exceeded my expectations! My room was amazing. I was pleasantly surprised that my room had a glassed in steam room in the spa shower. This was not in the description of the room and I loved it. I went from the Jacuzzi tub with jets to the steam room and spa shower with ease and all my stress and tension just melted away. I will be returning in 2 weeks for another stay as for the price and the amenities, there is nothing like it in a 3 state radios. Amazing!!!
Charlotte and Bill are the perfect hosts, always available yet not intrusive. Separate entrance for B&B allows privacy but our hosts are always easily accessible. Rooms immaculate and charming. Location is perfect for two block walk to restaurants shopping and dock. The best B&B experience you could hope for!!
A lovely place to spend a romantic and peaceful weekend if you love being surrounded by water, birds and nature. The hosts are very helpful and friendly. Close enough to small towns to explore great restaurants, boating and just to walk around.
Bed and Breakfast Annapolis, una ciudad principesca
Es raro hablar de una ciudad relacionada con la monarquía en los Estados Unidos. Pero Annapolis es una de estas extrañas rarezas con las que la historia, de vez en cuando, nos obsequia, y es que Annapolis, la “Ciudad de Anna”, debe su nombre a la princesa Anna, nacida en Londres en 1665 y que llegó a ser reina de la Gran Bretaña a principios del siglo XVIII, la última monarca de la dinastía real de los Estuardo. Hoy, Annapolis es la capital del estado de Maryland, con una población de más de 35.000 habitantes y una animada vida social.
Annapolis, capital de los Estados Unidos
Durante la Guerra de la Independencia y después de firmar el Tratado de París, en Versalles, el año 1783 los representantes del gobierno norteamericano, recientemente independizado de la corona británica decidieron instalar de forma temporal la capital del nuevo país, los Estados Unidos de América, en Annapolis, un hito que la historia ya nunca sería capaz de borrar.
Juventud y dinamismo
Casi la mitad de la población de Annapolis tiene menos de 35 años. Eso la convierte en una de las ciudades más jóvenes del país y, por consiguiente, también en una de las más frescas, activas y dinámicas, con una gran oferta de ocio en todos los sentidos y aspectos. Arte, cultura y diversión se dan cita en Annapolis de un modo casi continuo, sin interrupción, durante todo el año. Este hecho, junto a su clima templado, convierten Annapolis en un destino ideal para turistas y viajeros de todo el mundo.
Alojarse en Annapolis
Tenemos muchas opciones para alojarnos en Annapolis; establecimientos Bed and Breakfast Annapolis, casas rurales Annapolis y hoteles para todos los gustos y al alcance de cualquiera, cómodos, confortables y elegantes todos ellos, desde lujosos hoteles de 4 estrellas como el Loews Annapolis Hotel hasta el Village Inn, de una estrella pero con todos los servicios disponibles y con unos precios verdaderamente increíbles.
Maryland, un paraíso atlántico
Annapolis, como todo el estado de Maryland y gracias a su clima eminentemente atlántico, posee unos bellos paisajes verdes y frondosos que se convierten en un auténtico paraíso lleno de posibilidades para el turista y el viajero. Desde los Altiplanos Apalaches y el Valle de los Apalaches hasta las Llanuras del Atlántico, miles de quilómetros cuadrados de naturaleza en su estado más puro desatan las pasiones de cualquier enamorado de los deportes de aventura y las actividades al aire libre.
Sin duda, Annapolis es un destino ideal para visitar solos, en pareja o con toda la familia.