The Scotlaur Inn is an Old-fashioned Delight, set in the heart of historic Annapolis. The Scotlaur Inn is family owned and operated by Ted & Beth. Our ten beautifully decorated guest rooms offer the look and feel of the early 1900's. All of our rooms are private bath, TV, AC/Heat, hair dryers, and personal amenities. While staying at The Scotlaur Inn, you can enjoy strolling through the historic streets of Annapolis and visit the United States Naval Academy, the beautiful sites of the Annapolis city dock, the historic homes on the little quaint side streets. Every morning you can join in, in our restaurant when our staff and guests say the pledge to the flag of the United States of America. This has been a family tradition for many years.
This room has a King Bed, Queen Sleep Sofa and of course a private bath with a tub & shower, TV, Telephone, Wireless Internet Access and Air Conditioning. 301 over looks historical Main Street. Check in time is 2:00 pm and Check out time is 11:00 am.
Nightly Rate: $99-$200
These rooms have a Queen bed, Private Bath, TV, Telephone, Wireless Internet Access and Air Conditioning. Check in time is 2:00 pm and Check out time is 11:00 am.
Nightly Rate: $99-$180
Each one of these rooms have a double bed and private bath, TV, Telephone, Wireless Internet Access and Air Conditioning. Check in time is 2:00 pm and Check out time is 11:00 am.
Nightly Rate: $85-$170
5 on August 01, 2013
AS A TRAVEL AGENT I HAVE BEEN MANY PLACES IN M Y LIFETIME. SCOTLAUR INN HAS OLD WORLD CHARM, WHAT ONE WOULD WANT FROM AN INN IN MARYLAND. THE OWNER, TED, IS VERY MUCH A WONDERFUL HOST, AS ARE ALL HIS EMPLOYEES. YOU WILL NOT FIND ANYTHING MORE CLEAN, FRIENDLY, GREAT FOOD, VERY COMFORTABLE BEDS, THE PRICE IS UNBEATABLE, ATMOSPHERE ABOUNDS. THE INN IS QUIET, WALK DOWNSTAIRS TO BREAKFAST, LUNCH , DINNER. THE FOOD IS A BARGAIN IN PRICE AND QUALITY. EVEN IN THE DEAD OF WINTER THIS PLACE IS THE PERFECT LOCATION, QUALITY, PRICE.
4.8 on June 05, 2013
I really enjoyed my stay at the Scotlaur Inn. I wasn't expecting it to be located where it was on Main Street, or above the Delly. I think that was my fault, though, and not because the information wasn't available to me. I had been looking at several places to stay online and got the images mixed up in my head. In spite of that, I found the Scotlaur Inn to be exceptional in service, friendliness, and charm. The people were kind and helpful and fun. The room was fantastic, clean, and had all the essentials. The breakfast was wonderful, delicious, and numerous options were available. Plus you could add on to whatever meal you chose for additional cost. The location was perfect: right in the heart of the shops and restaurants, and close to the water. Everything was easy to walk to. My biggest complaint would have to be parking. There are meters, but only for 2 hours, and there is a parking garage, but it's expensive! The Inn does give you a validation ticket, which gives you half off the total, but it's still pricey. Overall, I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to others as well.
1.4 on May 08, 2013
Room was so small that we needed to move out to open our suitcases. Internet doesn't work at all during our stay. The guy in charge was........better not say. and photos doesn't match what we found. Something to forget about.
4.0 on January 05, 2013
The Scotlaur Inn is located above the locally celebrated Chick & Ruth's Delly - a hole-in-the-wall-style eatery with character that does not ever quit. The rooms are clean and respectable, and at 8:30 AM (9:30 on SA & SU), all activity stops in the Delly, so that all those inside can pronounce the Pledge of Allegiance. This was the highlight of my trip to Annapolis. Don't miss it. David Larousse
3.4 on May 23, 2012
My boyfriend and I decided to stay at the Scotlaur Inn for the night to enjoy Annapolis on our way to my son's wedding in Ocean City. The rooms were adequate and clean and the decor was what I expected for the value. Chick & Ruth's Diner was our choice for breakfast and the selections where what you would expect from a diner. If we travel to Annapolis again, we would entertain staying here again simply for the value.
4.0 on October 16, 2011
We have been to the boat shows for 30 years, but this was our first visit to the Scotlaur Inn.I own a business and most people want too much for their money, especially in tough times.I am a big man and walking up the stairs was a little tough and our room was small, with a double bed and a small bathroom. I found out that some of the rooms are larger. We had some of our friends with us and their room was small, but the rooms were clean. The best part is the people are so friendly and the service is great, especially having breakfast at Chick and Ruths downstairs. Chuck and Stewart were the best and I would go back just to enjoy the conversation with those guys. The bottom line is spend $ 140.00 night at the Scotlaur for the Boat show or go to the Marriott down the street if you can get a reservation for $ 485.00 per night. we will come again. Thanks to the great people
4.6 on March 26, 2011
We loved the quirky NYC Style Deli/Diner and the gracious owner/host, Uncle Teddy. The room was small, but comfortable, traditional and very clean. The "delly" food was excellent. The location, outstanding for downtown Annapolis. Only downside: bad cable TV service. Excellent value. Will visit again.
2.2 on February 14, 2011
Listen, I own a buisness so I am not going to completly rip this place. The bottom line is the room is very small, the bath towels were 50 year old hand towels, and a place famous for huge portions of food (Man Vs. Food was taped here) has a special menu on the back for guests, Two baby eggs and a piece of toast, half a bagel and some margarine, 2 bisquick pancakes no meat no nothing. The breakfast was pathetic. Special 5 oz juice glasses.
I am sorry & don't know what to say. Our guest can see the size of rooms on our web site, I take the pictures my self and just what you see, maybe not the biggest but nice, just like size on the web site. They are clean and fresh looking. The towels are nice from a linen service and not old!!! We never serve 1 slice of toast or 1/2 a bagel. Our breakfast menu for inn guest is listed on our website and the guest are shown the menu when checking in. You have a choice. The pancakes are ALWAYS 3 large ones, The juice in is a 8 oz glass, (we don't even have a 5 oz glass). We use large eggs. I am don't know why this guest is getting their information from. Our restaurant is where you have breakfast and you I am sorry if someone was thinking they were going to get a 6 pound milk shake or 1.5 pound sandwich as seen on our show Man vs Food. If a guest wants large platters, of course there is an up charge. This is mentioned when they check in. Take a look at our web site and it shows, what you see is just what is given. Nice conformable rooms, Clean, your choice of breakfast, 2 eggs, order of toast, Fried potatoes, or Pancakes, juice & coffee, or muffins with juice & coffee. All of which is listed. Not a Colossal Sandwich or 1/2 pound Jumbo Lump Crab Cake or other items. I am sorry this person is unhappy, The information they put down is just not correct... I wish they would have told me of their problems. No guest complained to me about the things that were written here. Not Fair...
4.6 on February 09, 2011
This is a great place to stay. It was perfect for a few days away. Annapolis is a lovely town to visit for a weekend.
2.2 on December 08, 2010
Arrival - met with helpful staff and taken to a small but clean room - not unexpected as I had read the reviews. The night was not restful - first the room alarm clock went off at midnight. Then at 3:45am the hotel building fire alarm went off - woke us up. We went outside, trying to observe if the building was experiencing a fire (over a deli) and waited for assistance - but none arrived. No staff, fire or police.. Called the owner after 20 minutes of very annoying alarm, someone finally turned it off at 5am. The biggest surprise was yet to come - developed bed bug bites as the morning went on. I have had bed bug bites once before and recognized them, at least there were only about twenty this time. Have since tried to contact the Inn via email - but no response so far.
Hello, I first want to apologize for all the inconvenience!! I do remember speaking with you the morning after the events. I am sorry someone set the clock alarm and we didn't notice that. As for the fire alarm going off, it was a spike in the electric that made it go off and I was there in less the 15 minutes from when you called me and turned it off and made sure all was secured. Again, So sorry, that has never happened, a freak thing. Most important the bed bugs. Once you told me, we checked our selves and also call our exterminators in that day and they didn't find anything but did treat the areas just to be sure. I can get you a copy of the bill if you like, just so you know we are on top of it. When you spoke to me in the morning, I thought you were happy with our conversation and realized we were taking care of everything and you understood. We did a few weeks ago have some down time on our emails and I don't have one from you. I can assure you that I answer each and every email and want to please every guest. I would love to apologize in person for what happened again. I am sure you know sometimes things happen out of our control and are just mistakes. If you would please contact me, I would love to offer you a night stay on me to make up for the unfortunate happenings. I want to make each guest happy. I hope you will give us the chance to do that... Sincerely, Ted Levitt
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 20 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, US Navel Academy and State Capitol, Picnic area
Copier, Fax Machine
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Ted & Beth Levitt
Ted & Beth operate the Scotlaur Inn and Chick & Ruth's Delly, which is the Restaurant Our Guests dine in while enjoying their stay. This is where The Magic Man (Ted) spends most of his time doing magic and telling jokes to their friends and guests.