Featured in Victorian Homes magazine, April 2005 and Baltimore Sun, August 8, 2004. One of the most elegant and historic Victorian homes in Baltimore. ------Newly refurbished.---- Where the deals were made that gave Woodrow Wilson the presidency in 1912 - He gave his acceptance speech from its balcony to thank the owner. ---------------- Close to the Mt Vernon Cultural District - opera, symphony, museums, many universities and many interesting resturants (from ethnic "holes in the wall" to four-star dining}, theaters (film and live). ---- Easy access to Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Fells Point, AMTRAK, MARC, Light Rail. SEE WEBSITE FOR AVAILABILITY & ON-LINE RESERVATONS.
5 on August 10, 2014
Outstanding stay at Wilson House!
5 on September 26, 2012
My wife and I had the pleasure of staying with Clelia and Guy last weekend. Our needs and expectations were met and surpassed, much to our delight. Once through the door it's like entering a small french maison, with a soupcon of history thrown in for good measure. I've traveled all over Europe and have yet to meet more fascinating inkeeps than Guy and Clelia. En plus, the food, room and hospitality were splendid as well. We will be back. The Friedlands
5 on November 23, 2011
Stayed one night in the Peach room and Clelia and Guy made me feel welcome from the moment I arrived. Room was well appointed with a super comfortable Queen bed and the bathroom was clean and functional. Breakfast was cooked to order and superb. My stay could not have been better. I will stay here anytime I return to Baltimore.
4.8 on April 24, 2011
My husband and I and our two adult daughters recently stayed at the Wilson House for three nights and we were very impressed by the house and the hospitality. The wonderful food that Clelia prepared combined with the immaculate house and comfortable beds made our visit so pleasant. We will be returning to stay at the Wilson House at future visits. You don't get this time of service or atmosphere at a hotel.
5 on February 21, 2011
The Wilson House was a wonderful place to go for an evening away. The host and hostess, Guy and Clelia, were friendly and helpful, The house was clean and comfortable, and the breakfast was excellent! We have already decided that we would love to return as an annual destination! Elissa Eisner, PA
5 on December 14, 2010
We stayed at the Wilson House in November, 2010 as we were attending a benefit for Juvenile Diabetes at the Railroad Museum. The time spent at the Wilson House was lovely. My cousin and I felt very comfortable in this charming Victorian Mansion. The service provided by Guy & Clelia and her Momma was very special. Time spent felt as if we were a part of their extended family. To our delight we arranged a driver to the event with Guy. His driver, James gave us exceptional service and a driving tour of Baltimore and to our event. We stayed in the Flower Room. It was a hike upstairs to the third floor in this over 11,000 square foot mansion; yet very good exercise for the week-end. Conversation was fascinating with both Guy and Clelia discussing science, current events, antiques, the history of the Wilson House and learning about the country of Bolivia. It was a memorable place to stay and when I return to Baltimore, I hope to stay there again. We had the benefit of using our gift certificates from Bed and Breakfast.com and Guy and Clelia graciously accepted these for our stay. If you want to enjoy the old world charm of the Victorian era, you will have a delightful stay at the Wilson House, where days are quiet and peaceful and you can imagine life and the refinement of daily life was in the early 1900's. We also came away feeling that we made four new friends. I hope to go back again. Alexandria, VA
4.8 on November 08, 2010
We loved it!!! My wife & I stayed there for our anniversary. Coincidentally we got a free upgrade to the Master Suite. The rooms were big and spacious. The common areas were beautifully decorated. The hospitality and generosity of the owners, Guy & Clelia, exceeded our expectations. Its a great place to stay and would do so next time we travel to Baltimore.
5 on September 19, 2010
This was our first visit to Baltimore and we're so glad we decided to stay at the Wilson House. We found it through this site, and we made the right choice. The house is gorgeous, on a beautiful tree-lined block, the proprietors friendly and helpful, and the breakfasts nutritious and yummy. We stayed in the Peacock Room, it was huge, clean and comfortable, and I loved the decor, so much character. It is on the side of the house facing I-83, so at first we thought it might be loud, but it was remarkably quiet, with the fan on low we couldn't hear anything, not even any noise within the house. The bed and bedding were very comfortable and they have good room darkening curtains. It was very convenient for us to jump on 83 to head to Fells Point for antiquing or to the Inner Harbor. Plenty of good food and nightlife nearby on Charles Street. We had a lovely, relaxing albeit brief stay, but we plan to make Baltimore and the Wilson House a regular getaway from the craziness of NYC.
5 on July 05, 2010
My entire family went to this B & B several months ago when my son got married. Guy Thomas and his wife were exceptionally welcoming and friendly. We really took over the entire B & B because there were no other guests. We were just so happy with everything, we recommend this B & B highly.
4.8 on March 30, 2010
Be.st stay in Baltimore, I travel frequently to visit my MICA student, and was referred by friends. I own a cleaning service and am quite particular, so was very impressed by the sparkling, lovely home. Rooms were warm and cozy, quiet and restful. Breakfast was delicious each day, and the hosts extremely accommodating. I wouldnt stay anywhere else! Excellent value, all around experience is delightful.
Large Two Room suite with panorama of northern part of the city. King Bed plus sitting room with queen sleeper sofa. Highly unusual peacock motif wallpaper featured in Victorian Homes magazine and mentioned in Baltimore Sun articles.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $155
Large antique furnished room with Queen bed, new private bath.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $135
Antique furnished room with panorama view, small balcony
Nightly Rate: $130 - $130
Very comfortable Antique room full of unusual angles and surprises. Bathroom has antique claw-footed tub.
Nightly Rate: $120 - $120
Sunny, comfortable antiques filled room. Shares private bath with the Newport Room. Two rooms together perfect for small family of 3 or 4.
Nightly Rate: $110 - $110
Antique room with Newport/nautical decor. Shares private bath with the Flower Room. Two rooms together perfect for small family of 3 or 4.
Nightly Rate: $105 - $105
Private, quiet room on the top floor this grand home.
Nightly Rate: $110 - $110
Recently totally renovated. Private bath, fully furnished kitchen. (everything you need for a long stay - dishes, glasses, cups, pots, knives, forks, cooking tools, etc.) Private living room/dining area. Perfect for long stays. Special rates availabe for stays of 5 days or more.
Nightly Rate: $175 - $175
Ground Floor Bedroom to Wm. Jennings Bryant Apartment can be rented separately, if the entire apartment is not required. Roomy bedroom with queen-bed and modern bathroom.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $135
Nicely decorated top floor of this Grand old home. Kitchen, eating area (I hesitate to call this a dining nook) and large sitting area (which can be 2nd bedroom if desired.)
Nightly Rate: $145 - $145
Close to uptown Cultural District, Close to major Colleges, Easy Acces to Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Fells Point, City
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 12 miles
Located 5 blocks northwest of Pennsylvania Station. Easy access from/to AMTRAK, MARC, Lite Rail. From James Falls Freeway (#83) take Exit 6 and turn right onto North Ave. Go 1+ block to Park Ave. (light) and turn right. Go three blocks to Newington and turn right. Newington dead-ends into Mt Royal Terrace after short block. Turn right. 2100 is last house on long block. Entrace is actually around corner on Reservoir, but one-way streets dictate this approach. Ample parking on Mt Royal as east side of street drops off on a steep hill and no building is possible. Good view of city from some rooms.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, Baltimore Symphony, Baltimroe Opera Company, several Live Theaters, Performing Theater, Religious Services, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Ceiling fans, Computer, Fireplace, Internet Service, Piano, Radio, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Satellite/Cable TV, Turndown Service
Many Cultural events nearby, Sight-seeing
Guy & Clelia Thomas
some Japanese, some Russian, English, Spanish
Clelia is a Peruvian, who has also lived in Spain. Hobbies include cooking/decorating. Guy is a retired Naval signals intelligence officer, having served in combat on ships, submarines and aircraft. He also taught space systems at the Naval War College and flew reconnaissance missions with the Air Force. Recently retired from Johns Hopkins, he is now working as the Science and Technology Advisor to the Coast Guard. Active in Opera and other singing groups.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Corn meal pancakes with nuts and fresh fruit and a fresh orange based sauce.