The perfect location with on-site parking, king or twin beds, private baths, comfortable seating, good lighting, and in-room cable TV. On the block connecting the historic waterfront and the U.S. Naval Academy in the National Historic District, Flag House Inn offers five guest rooms (including a two-room suite). Splendid interiors are filled with original naval and nautical art and memorabilia, fine paintings, antiques, and reproductions. The large front porch, flying the state or national flags of guests, greets you with swings and teak benches. Enjoy a large, hot breakfast before visiting Flag House’s beautiful and historic neighborhood.
Our four guest rooms accommodating up to two guests have either king or twin beds, cable TV, private bath, comfortable seating and good lighting for reading.
Our two-room suite occupies the entire second floor of one of the paired townhouses that comprise Flag House Inn. The front room has a king Hickory-White pencil-post bed, love seat, wing chair and cable TV. The back room has a twin bed, large Hickory-White couch, wing chair and cable TV. There is an en suite private bath.
4.2 on November 19, 2013
Our room was such the pleasant surprise as it was even better than its photo! Bill and Charlotte have taken such care to create an ambiance so fitting to the lovely town of Annapolis. Charlotte prepared gluten-free foods so that I was never "on the outside looking in". Would definitely stay there again!
5 on November 05, 2013
In town to visit the Naval Academy and the location was awesome. Very convenient to everything in the old town area and permitted a walking environment. The owners were very pleasant and gracious hosts. The building was full of character and I thoroughly enjoyed my stay.
4.8 on September 19, 2013
We were made most welcome by Bill and Charlotte who were the perfect hosts. The room was extremely comfortable and Flag House Inn is perfectly situated to explore Annapolis. All the accessories are of good quality and there are many thoughtful features. Our only regret is that one night wasn't nearly long enough.
5 on August 31, 2013
Flag House Inn was the perfect place from which to enjoy our three day visit to Annapolis. A fantastic location, Bill parked our car and we forgot about it for the duration of our stay. Each morning, we walked the seawall at the U. S. Naval Academy before breakfast, working up an appetite for Charlotte's great breakfasts. Her baked blueberry french toast is out of this world. The Schmickles were a font of knowledge in regard to Annapolis attractions. And, we were lucky to visit so many while there. Super comfortable room, fantastic location, and gourmet breakfasts, we couldn't ask for more. JVS
4.6 on August 27, 2013
If you are looking to visit Annapolis, the search stops here. The Flag House Inn is conveniently located within a quick walk of anything you will want to do in Annapolis (once we parked the car, we didn't need it for the remainder of our stay ... and speaking of parking, other area hotels I looked into all charge hefty daily parking fees, while Flag House Inn does not!). Additionally, it is a stones-throw away from the Naval Academy, which I highly recommend. Our room ('The Commodore') was very spacious and incredibly clean. Breakfast each morning was fabulous. Charlotte and Bill helped give recommendations on things to do in the area and were super-friendly. Without a doubt, if/when we go back to Annapolis, there will be no reason to look elsewhere for accommodations.
Chesapeake Bay, Downtown, Small town
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 20 miles
From BWI take I-97 to Annapolis where I-97 terminates at MD 50. Take MD 50 east toward the Bay Bridge. Exit MD 50 at exit #24 Rowe Blvd (bear to right at end of ramp). At second traffic light turn left onto Taylor Avenue. Go two blocks until Taylor Avenue dead ends and bear to the right. After going through the curve you will turn right at the traffic light. You will now be on King George Street (no street sign at this point). Go to end of King George St. and turn right onto Randall Street (at Naval Academy gate 1). Flag House Inn is the 8th house on the right. Turn into driveway and come to the front door of #24.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, U.S. Naval Academy, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland State House, St. John's College, Hammond Harwood House, William Paca House, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, Kayaking, walking, running, segway tours, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn
Board games, Copier, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
on-site parking, porch, swings
Charlotte & Bill Schmickle
Bill and Charlotte enjoy walking in historic Annapolis, reading and fine dining, interior design, Navy sports and boating with friends. Bill is past chair of the Annapolis Historic Preservation Commission.