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.
5 on May 07, 2017
My husband and I received a gift for a stay at the Flag House Inn and we couldn't have been more pleased. Bill and Charlotte were wonderful hosts, very knowledgable and helpful as we planned our activities, and the breakfasts they provided were among the best we've ever had! Located so near the Naval Academy and the City Dock area, we parked our car on Friday and didn't need it until we left on Sunday. The Inn itself is charming and filled with historical pieces that Bill and Charlotte have thoughtfully collected over the years, each with a story to tell. Our room had everything we needed and was very comfortable. We will surely be planning and look forward to a return visit to The Flag House Inn!
4.6 on May 05, 2017
Flag House Inn is a great place to stay. Charlotte and Bill were very friendly, hospitable and made us feel right at home. They were also very knowledgeable about Annapolis. Also, the breakfast we were served each morning was top notch. Annapolis is a great place to visit and staying here would only add to the experience.
5 on March 29, 2017
Accommodations were excellent. Having a place to park the car, in a secure place, allowed us to walk to all areas of interest. Enjoyed our stay and will probably return again.
5 on March 20, 2017
Enjoyed the stay for a get-away weekend. Very clean rooms and wonderful breakfasts were to be had. When back in Annapolis, we plan to stay here again. Thanks
5 on March 18, 2017
My daughter and I went to Annapolis for a mother-daughter weekend and had a great stay at the Flag House Inn! Charlotte and Bill were most welcoming! Charlotte got us settled quickly and gave us all excellent suggestions for places to eat and enjoy! The room was lovely and the whole house was "warm". We had a great time and suggest staying here if you are in Annapolis. It is a GREAT location and you can walk everywhere!
3.8 on January 20, 2017
A wonderful night's stay after a long drive. The owners could not have done more to make us feel at home and familiarize us with Annapolis - restaurants, etc.. The accommodations were very clean and comfortable and the morning's breakfast outstanding.
3.6 on November 29, 2016
We stayed one night whilst touring Chesapeake Bay Area. Wanted somewhere historical and quaint, close to everything, and this was it! Charlotte and Bill were great hosts and extremely helpful with directions and suggestions what to do. Only negative thing I could say was that there was no soap/shower gel provided in the bathroom.
5 on November 12, 2016
The owners were very understanding when our flight plans changed and we arrived well after check-in hours. They waited for us and were very pleasant and helpful when we finally made it. Similarly, when we had early morning plans the owners assisted us with a delicious early breakfast. The accommodations are very comfortable and extremely clean. The on-site parking is a real bonus in downtown Annapolis. We hope to return for a stay in the future.
5 on October 25, 2016
Our favorite B&B in Annapolis, MD is the Flag Housr. The owners are gracious hosts who provide a wonderful cooked breakfast with a nice selection of teas, coffee, cereal etc. The 5 rooms, one of which is a suite with an extra single bed, are distinctive in decore and are tastefully furnished and fully equipped. We were very comfortable. In a town where the streets are narrow and traffic can be heavy, their location not only provided off street parking for each room, but is centrally located to downtown Annapolis, but less than a block walk from the main entrance to the U.S. Naval Academy. There are numerous publicatiosn in he common room to assist a newcomer with what to see and the history of Annapolis. We feel like we are coming home with each visit. The owners are very well educated, excellent conversationalists with wonderful stories and insights to share. They are parents of a Naval Academy graduate and thus able to share an intimate knowledge of the Academy and the town. You should make reservations very early as they can book up fast.
5 on October 04, 2016
Our family stayed at Flagg House Inn in September for one night. We rented three of the rooms and found them all to be clean quiet and comfortable. The house itself is located in a wonderful area of Old Annapolis, very convenient for sightseeing in town or on the bay. Off street parking behind the house is a definite plus. The common interior rooms are also very comfortable and nicely appointed. Here you will find a wealth of information about the area's history and the local sites. I also found the in room information binder to be very organized and helpful. That said the best source for information would be the hosts themselves. Bill and Charlotte are very welcoming and Charlotte gave generously of her time to help us get the most out of our short stay. Breakfast was delicious thanks to Charlotte and she happily accommodated our daughter's food restrictions. We would definitely look forward to staying at Flagg House Inn in the future!
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.
Chesapeake Bay, Downtown, Small town
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 20 miles
From I-95 or I-495 from Washington, DC, or I-97 from Baltimore, exit onto 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 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). Flag House Inn is the 8th house on the right. Turn into driveway and come to the front door of #24. From the Eastern Shore of Maryland Take Hwy 50 West to exit #27 (to USNA). At very end of exit ramp turn left. Continue straight and cross the US Naval Academy Bridge. At the second traffic light turn left onto King George Street (no street sign at this point). Go the the end of King George St and turn right onto Randall Street (at USNA main gate). Flag House Inn is the 8th house on the right. Turn into driveway and come to the #24 front door.
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, William Paca House, Hammond Harwood House, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet , on-site parking, porch, swings
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, Kayaking, walking, running, segway tours, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
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.