We recently booked and stayed in two rooms at the inn. (The second oldest house in MD!) and really enjoyed our stay. The beds are very comfortable and the innkeepers Sarah and Cory couldn’t be nicer and more accommodating. We stayed midweek so the property was quiet as the tasting room next door (distillery, brewery & winery) is only open on Friday, Sat & Sunday. That was fine with us as we went into nearby Frederick (15 min drive) for dinner. You feel the history in this Inn, and in the breakfast room in particular with its large brick beehive oven as the centerpiece in the room. The bathrooms are all updated in the guest rooms and the shower in our room was great! Nice water pressure and lots of hot water. We also appreciated the two complimentary bottles of water in our rooms and the two delicious lavender lemon cookies in each of our rooms. Breakfast is included in the room price and it was delicious! Hot and fresh brewed regular & decaf coffee, homemade blueberry muffins, yogurt and fruit parfait, juice, veggie egg soufflé, hash browns and country sausage. A couples things to note being that it is a historic property, there are no closets with hangers and no WiFi. There are hooks on the backs of doors though and we didn’t mind about the WiFi. All and all a very pleasant stay.
Stayed in a lovely, clean room and had a fantastic breakfast in the morning with very friendly staff. Walking distance to DuPont circle and lots of cute restaurants and bars. Walk to Church Key in DuPont Circle - awesome beer selection!
Adam's Inn is located about 30 minutes from Reagan Int'l Airport and about one block from a Metro and Circulator bus stop, making it easy to get to the to National Mall and all of the museums, monuments, White House, the Capital, etc. The Inn is an old building and here and there it shows its age, but by and large, it is a good place to stay. We had a shared bathroom, but we didn't have any trouble using it (or going to one downstairs) whenever we needed it. The sitting room, where a large TV is located is comfortable, although the carpet was dirty for two days until I mentioned it to a staff member. A daily copy of the Washington Post is provided, as well as maps and visitor guide, and some books to read. There is free wifi and a computer and printer. The continental breakfast had plenty of choices of food and beverage items. A couple of times I wished breakfast was served a little earlier (7:30 AM weekdays, 8:00 AM weekends). They have tiny chocolates and (sometimes) granola bars complimentary. Our room with two beds was comfortable enough and the service was very good. All of the staff were friendly and helpful as needed. We spent four nights at Adam's Inn and recommend it as an economical lodging for a trip to DC.
My husband and I were delighted with the food, the service, and the environment at Glen Gordon Manor. Coming in, we did not know there was a restaurant associated with the bed and breakfast. We thoroughly enjoy fine dining and would rate this restaurant in our top 3! Go out in the country and enjoy a weekend away! There are also great wineries and Hikes close by.
Our two night stay was absolutely fabulous in every way! We arrived late in the evening and were greeted by staff who showed us around the property and made us feel extremely welcome in our spotless and well appointed room! In the morning, coffee was delivered to us in our room by Michele and Rashina. This is a dynamic mother and daughter team that did an incredible job serving breakfast and making us feel so welcome. We took our coffee and walked around the property and fed the horses some apples from the ground and then watched the chickens being fed. The scenery on this property is incredibly beautiful, even from our bedroom window! Breakfast was a gourmet class act! We loved everything about our stay and will definitely return. Many thanks to the lovely duo of Michele and Rashina for their exceptional customer service and the "specialness" they brought to our stay. They made us feel like part of the family!!! The staff will welcome you with open arms! Additionally, our son stayed in the cottage for his wedding night and it was absolutely stunning!!! It is a very beautiful and huge space! I highly recommend upgrading to the cottage for a wedding or anniversary!!!
We are so happy that we picked this place to stay while in Washington. The location is great and the suite itself is perfect!. Kirk, the owner, was extremely helpful and pleasant when I made the reservation, when I called a few weeks later, and when we arrived. We will recommend Eastern Market Suites to our daughter and son-in-law when they bring their children to DC and to anyone else who asks us how our trip was. It is definitely the best choice we could have ever made.
We went to Glen Gordon for a special celebration. Every aspect of our stay was excellent. Mary in guest services was so helpful with all of the planning details and so kind and thoughtful during our stay. The accommodations were beautiful and the food was absolutely superb. The massages were wonderful as well. The entire staff was so helpful and made us feel so at home. The grounds were gorgeous and the view of the mountains was incredible. I can't adequately describe in words how happy we were with our stay. We can't wait to go back!
Alexandria's Treasure House is a little treasure. Moina and Lee are both caring hosts. Moina has quite a story to tell. Her history is entwined with the history of Washington, DC. And she is willing to share if you are willing to listen. We had the on-suite room. It was large and very comfortable. It had the little details that made our stay not only comfortable but charming. Breakfasts are simple but filling. You will never leave hungry. In our opinion, the location was great. It was a beautiful walk from the B&B to the train stations. If you enjoy older architecture, this is a fun walk. There is a hill but it isn't intense. After a long day walking all over DC, the walk from the station to the B&B was a bit slower though. All in all, we would gladly stay with Moina and Lee again.
This incredible inn may be only an hour away from home but each time we drive up the picturesque driveway with those incredibly beautiful trees, we feel transported to another world. From the friendly greeting (with champagne) when we walk in the front door to the hugs we get on our way out the next day, we feel so at home at Glen Gordon. Nancy and Dayne manage to make you feel like VIPs without any hoity toity pretenses or fuss. The food is outrageously good - with smart wine pairings served by kind and personable waitstaff (no snooty servers!) Dayne is an incredible chef who combines foods and flavors so they transcend anything you've ever had before. He even makes things we don't like taste good (beets - blech). The included breakfast is hearty without being so heavy that you want to crawl back into bed afterwards. Speaking of the beds....the inn offers rooms that rival five star hotels and the manor is extremely quiet at night. They even train their roosters not to crow too early. We've been to Glen Gordon twice in the last month because they treat us like royalty and we love it! We are planning to go back for Thanksgiving and Christmas. It's our happy place!
The Meridian Manor B&B is absolutely beautiful, filled with lovely art and charming furniture. The host, John, is wonderful. The only constructive feedback that we have is that more care needs to be taking with cleaning the rooms--vacuuming, washing sheets, and fixing things in the bathroom that don't work--running toilets, leaky faucets, etc.
For the last several summers our business requirements have presented a trip to Washington DC. Each time we go we look forward to staying at the Kalorama guesthouse with this host/owner Jack. His attention to detail and gregarious nature always add to the enjoyment of these trips. We Harley suggest you take it vantage of this opportunity when traveling to this region.
We were here for a quick get away and it was Ellicott City that drew us here, but honestly we could have just stayed at The Wayside Inn the entire time and would have been just as nice. We were very comfortable staying here, although treated like guests we didn't feel like guests, we felt like we belonged there. The host was extremely welcoming and enjoyed our conversations with him. He directed us to great food in Ellicott City, which was about a mile or so away. The breakfast was amazing. We stayed until the minute we had to check out because we didn't want to leave. The rooms were very comfortable and has everything you'd need and more. If you are looking for a get away, like us, this place is it.
The Kalorama Guest House, owned and operated by Jack Shrestha, is a gem in the heart of our nation's capital. My wife and I have been guests at Jack's place for quite a few years and always considerate it the first priority to secure a reservation when knowing that either business or pleasure are going to take us to DC. The warm and consistently friendly atmosphere, the homey ambience and more than ample breakfasts make staying with Jack a pleasure as opposed to a sterile hotel.
Absolutely amazing! The owner was so nice and helpful! Breakfast was great. The room was beautiful and clean, as well as the bathroom! Would stay there again no questions asked and would recommend to everyone!
We loved everything about our stay at Alexandria's Treasure House... but mostly Moina and Lee, who were the most thoughtful and kind hosts that you could hope for- they made us feel right at home. The house is located in a peaceful neighborhood of large houses, a short walk from the Metro and Old Town. The bedrooms and common rooms are in great condition, roomy, and nicely decorated. Breakfast was delicious, and a friendly affair with Moina giving us some advice on the area, and telling some stories about her history in the area. Overall, staying here made our adventure thoroughly enjoyable. We will definitely be returning!
My girlfriend and I stayed at MVSBB last weekend for a quick get-away to the DC area. The location was excellent for seeing the typical DC sights, the accommodations were luxurious, and the breakfast was stellar! I cannot say enough good things about our host, Keith. He provided us with phenomenal service and even gave us some great life advice. His culinary skills were simply amazing. I should also note that he was a big help with parking, which is conveniently located on-site for the very fair price of $10. Thank you Keith! We will definitely be staying here again when we return to DC.
Loved everything about this place - the room, the food, the landscaping! Would absolutely recommend anyone to stay. We stayed in the Terrace Room and it was perfect with fireplace, jacuzzi tub, private entrance and amazing shower!
Our room was very comfortable and tastefully decorated. The location was good for easy access to the historical downtown area. Our host was very gracious and the morning's breakfast was very good.
Clean room, nice amenities. Really appreciated the private entrance. Owner offered to drive us to our ultimate destination since we weren't familiar with the area. Highly recommended.
We stayed at Adam's Inn for two nights while in DC and found it to be an excellent place for our honeymoon. Friendly, attentive staff who went above and beyond the extra mile-- when we mentioned we were on our honeymoon, the front desk person waited until we were at breakfast the next morning and then left a congrats basket in our room (bottle of wine, cookies, etc). At check in they provided a helpful list of recommended nearby restaurants, activities, etc. We were impressed and would probably stay there again!