Imagine spending the night in a 260 year old home once used as a club by signers of the Declaration of Independence. Recently featured in the Washington Post's "Checking in With History," this warm and elegant bed & breakfast, located in the heart of Annapolis’ Historic District, features queen-size beds, private baths, and other modern amenities. Original detailing combined with fine artwork and paintings, six fireplaces, and period furnishings allow a step back in time. And there is always a chance that a Midshipman is raiding the cookie jar or playing battleship in the parlor.
5 on November 02, 2016
The home--sooo charming Ann & Tom - perfect hosts Breakfast - Wow! Location - Perfect!
5 on December 07, 2014
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The room was clean and comfortable. There was plenty of hot water. (Not always the case in historic homes). Ann was a very gracious hostess and a great cook! The location was perfect. We parked the car and got our ticket validated. Walked to all of the local attractions. We'll be back! Diane Jones
5 on January 14, 2012
The Georgian House location is wondeful, parking very convient, and easy to find. The Berger's were gracious hosts, the food was excellent, and the rooms were clean, convenient, and the other guests great to visit with. We'll have to stay again in the future. The Bird's
4.6 on August 09, 2011
We stayed at the Georgian House in February and had a fabulous experience. I'm finally getting around to writing this review. The Georgian House will always hold a special place in my heart since this was where my fiance and I got engaged. Ann and Tom were excellent and friendly Innkeepers. Ann actually helped my fiance behind the scenes (which I had no idea about!). He coordinated a romantic evening which included dinner at Carrol's Creek Cafe (which I highly recommend) and a leisurely stroll around Annapolis. When we got back to the room, there was champagne, roses and chocolate covered strawberries. Ann went above and beyond to set up the room while we were out so I did not suspect a thing! It was wonderful. The breakfast was fresh and delicious each morning. Ann and Tom took the time to talk with the guests throughout breakfast each day and had great suggestions of local sights and attractions. The location is prime and is conveniently located right off the center of town. Everything is in walking distance including the military academy. Wonderful experience all around. Thank you again Ann and Tom for helping to make our engagement special. We would highly recommend this bed and breakfast. Jen & Mike February 2011
5 on March 11, 2011
The Georgian House B & B is perfectly located adjacent to but just a block away from the main street in Annapolis. Thus conveniently located but buffered from the evening's street life. Lovely home with elegant appointments, hosted by folks who know how to make you feel at home, while not intruding on your activities. Will stay there again soon. Susan and Willard Whitson
4.8 on December 01, 2009
We came for a weekend getaway and found the Georgian House to be a real hidden gem in the middle of the Annapolis Historic District. Ann is a superb hostess, warm and friendly, and a super chef. Here breakfast offerings made it easy to linger and chat with the other guests. We are anxious to return very soon.
3.4 on November 25, 2008
Our stay at the Georgian House was very nice. The room was very cozy albiet very small, with a ceiling extremely low. We will stay there again but will ask for a room on the second floor,, not the third floor, didnt realize there was a third floor! It was convenient to everything, and the owner was very nice. The breakfast was awesome.
5 on March 26, 2008
Our stay was excellent from start to finish. The location in the Historic District allowed us to walk everywhere (with discounted parking as well). Breakfast everyday was unique and sumptious. Ann is a wonderful hostess and innkeeper. We will definitely return next year.
Cozy and romantic with private deck that overlooks the gardens, queen size Sleigh Bed. TV and adjoining private bath.
Nightly Rate: $170 - $185
Elegant and warm, features a plantation poster bed. Modern adjoining bath has a claw foot bathtub with shower. Adjoining sitting room has a sleeper sofa, reclining wing back chair, TV and fireplace.
Nightly Rate: $190 - $205
Bright and comfortable, queen size bed, TV and wing back chair.
Nightly Rate: $170 - $185
Largest single room in the house. Has exposed beams and sloping ceiling, furnished with wrought iron bed. Small sitting area with love seat and TV.
Nightly Rate: $170 - $185
Historic District, City, Downtown
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 20 miles
From Route 50 take exit 24(Rowe Blvd). Stay on Rowe and go through second light which is Taylor Ave. Get into right hand lane as you cross the bridge and then bear right. Go staight through light. You are now on Northwest Street. At the next light turn right onto Church Circle. Go half-way around circle and turn right onto Duke of Gloucester Street. Georgian House is the first house on the left just past the first light which is Conduit Street.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland State Capital, Historic sites, St. Johns College, United States Naval Academy, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Piano, Private entrance, Telephone, Videos , Refrigerator, microwave
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Ann & Tom Berger
Ann, a former teacher, is a gourmet cook who enjoys tennis and gardening. Tom is a consultant with interests in photography and, by necessity, maintaining historic properties.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Zuchini Bread French Toast
Served with Maple-Bourbon Butter, this truly unique dish provides a stunning combination of old New England and the Colonial South.