Haven't stayed in a B&B in a long time. So glad we picked the Flag House Inn as our reintroduction to the B&B world. The location was perfect, located close to everything. The Inn is beautiful, as was our room. We had the Commodore room which was so spacious, quiet and very comfortable. Breakfast was oh so good! Bill and Charlotte were the perfect hosts, Would love to go back.
This was our first time at Laurel Grove Inn. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this remarkably gorgeous bed and breakfast. The owner was very knowledgeable about nearby attractions and even provided us with a map. She recommended excellent restaurants and even made us reservations. We stayed in the River Hill room, which was very spacious and had a separate door that led outside. The atmosphere was very relaxing, whether we were inside playing pool or outside admiring the great waterfront scenery. We ate our delicious home cooked breakfast outside on the covered balcony overlooking the water. This is a wonderful bed and breakfast that we plan to stay at again!
My girlfriend and I stayed here on a whim one weekend because we have never stayed at a Bed and Breakfast before and have wanted to for a while. The staff were very friendly and attentive and the place was just beautiful. The breakfast was to die for, it was soooo good. ]
Let me start off by saying, we had a wonder full time here. My wife and I decided to go for Annapolis for our honeymoon, and we couldn't be happier with where we chose to stay. The Flag House Inn is perfectly located near(within easy walking distance) all the historic sites of Annapolis as well as lots of good dining. Our room was extremely clean and comfortable with plenty of space. The owners, Charlotte and Bill, were extremely kind and helpful. They had lots of great suggestions for things to do in the area, and were always more than happy to help or answer any questions. The atmosphere at breakfast was always warm and amiable, and the conversations always made it feel like we were staying with friends. The breakfasts were delicious, and the owners were always more than happy to accomodate any special dietary needs (though we didn't have any, and enjoyed everything they served - they were always sure to ask and offer alternatives to guests who did). Also the fact that the Inn has its own parking is very convenient, and made our excursions from it easy and smooth. All-in-all we had and amazing time, and our stay at the Inn was all we could have hoped for. We would highly recommend it, and would love to return!
My husband and I stayed in the Scholar's room to celebrate our 29th wedding anniversary. Our room was so beautifully decorated with a fabulous bathroom too. Everything was so comfortable with many amenities to make our stay feel like home. Our room overlooked the courtyard which gave us a fabulous view. The staff was extremely attentive and the breakfast was truly gourmet. Little Italy was a short walk away and offered many wonderful dining options. Parking was 2 blocks from the Inn. We thought that was not so accommodating, but it was not so bad after we realized it got us out and walking to Little Italy! We will be back again!
Stayed for a girl's weekend and had a wonderful time. The owner's were lovely people and run a clean and nicely decorated Bed and Breakfast. We would definitely stay here if we travel to Annapolis again. The location is perfect and within walking distance of town and restaurants/bars. No need to take your car anywhere!
I stayed here with my boo Sun July 27 - 29 in the Tilghman room. It was one of the best experiences of our life¿ I still have pleasant flashbacks of sleeping on the hammock with the relaxing sound of the wonderful Chesapeake Bay. Bob and Tracy are the best hosts I have every come across. They make you feel like family and are very genuine. The hospitality is unparalleled. The views and grounds are amazing.
My wife and I celebrated our wedding anniversary in Annapolis and enjoyed staying at Flag House Inn as part of that little getaway. The inn itself is perfectly located in the historic district of town, directly across from the Naval Academy entrance and the harbor area. It made getting around by foot very easy and quick forsight-seeing, restaurants,and nightclubs. The innkeepers Charlotte and Bill obviously take great pride in keeping their lovely inn in tip-top shape while extending warm but not intrusive hospitality to their guests. We recommend the Flag House Inn to anyone seeking to immerse themselves in the charms of historic Annapolis.
This is the second time we have stayed at Laurel Grove and have already booked next years visit. It close to downtown Annapolis in a quiet suburban neighborhood. Views of the river are wonderful. The owners, Tom and Tiff do all they can to make you comfortable. They can steer you to great restaurants and things to do.Breakfast is always excellent!
The home was beautiful, from the homey details in each room to the gorgeous lake view we had from our room's patio. The family is very friendly and you feel welcome from the second you step into the house. Great location not only because it is right on the lake, but we also visited Baltimore & D. C. which were both only a short drive away. Would definitely recommend!!!
My wife and I had never been to a B&B before, so I booked a weekend stay here for our anniversary. Not knowing what to expect, I was surprised at the massive amount of space here! We had a 2nd floor room overlooking the main entrance and what was reported to be a sheep farm across the street. We didn't see any sheep during our time here, but that didn't lessen our experience at all. Our room was spacious and comfortable. The entire staff was courteous and friendly with David Lynn seeming to be a Jack of All Trades. He checked us in, provided the tour of the facility, was the head chef for breakfast, and so much more. He's got a fantastic sense of humor, too! I highly recommend this B&B to any out of town guests looking for a place to stay as well as locals looking for a special quiet and relaxing place to get away. The price is comparable to most of the high end hotels in the area so it's a great value. We'll definitely be returning in the future!
Outstanding service, exceptionally clean, private and quiet. Beautiful rooms, very spacious, with comfy amenities. We love it and plan to come back every year. We highly recommend it.
This is the place if you want a peaceful and relaxing B&B. The grounds were lovely, the views were breathtaking and the innkeepers were accommodating. There were plenty of hammocks and chairs on the grounds. The pool was clean and refreshing.
Local Marylanders (Ellicott City and Rockville), decided to check it out as we needed a getaway mid-week! Could not have been more delighted by the incredible, truly unique Bed & Breakfast atmosphere, size of the place, to the staff and owner. Cohesive family like team who all prioritize guests with true, genuine customer service and comfortably because you instantly feel like they're family & can't wait to return!
Black Walnut Point is a magical place: at the tip of Tilghman Island, it is wedged between the Choptank River and Chesapeake Bay. It is also a bird sanctuary, with swallows, ospreys, even eagles. It is quiet. The rooms vary (our Attic had low ceilings), but the two-course breakfasts, with good strong coffee, were all delicious. You can loll about in armchairs and hammocks by the pool, gaze out onto the expanse of sky and water, or relax in the common rooms. It is truly restful.
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.