I stayed in the Beacon room with three friends for my bachelorette weekend. The room was decorated very cute and beachy, and had a king size bed and two twin beds. John was very kind and accommodating. Breakfast each morning was from 8-10, but they do take special requests in case you want to eat earlier or later than that. We made it to breakfast around 9:30 each morning and were never hurried. The sweet lady who cooked our breakfast accommodated my gluten-free needs and made me a gluten-free waffle each morning, along with bacon, eggs, a cute cup of fresh fruit, and a glass of orange juice. Yum! She speaks more Spanish than English, but understood "no gluten" just fine, and we all managed to communicate pretty well despite a little language barrier. We brought champagne, and there were plenty of pretty wine glasses to take to our room to use. The bathroom was stocked with enough towels for all of us. Four girls getting ready in one bathroom can be tricky, but luckily there was an additional mirror by one of the windows that two of us could use at once to do our makeup. The room also has a closet with hangers, and an iron. The entrance of the house has maps of Annapolis to take, and there is also a computer and printer in case we needed to print any coupons or look up things to do. There is also a free wifi password. The location is about a mile from the historic downtown Annapolis area. It's a little bit of a hike if it's cold out or not wearing comfy shoes. We took a $5 cab ride in the evening so we didn't have to walk back late at night. The beds were comfy and everyone slept well. I had a great time and would stay there again, with a group of friends or with my husband in one of their smaller rooms.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Over one hundred years ago, the Annapolitan bed and breakfast became one of first venues in Annapolis to accommodate guests. The gorgeous colonial home, originally a farm, housed workers during the week before they headed back to their homes on eastern shore each weekend. Over the years, many things have changed at our quaint Annapolis bed and breakfast, but many things remain the same. The Annapolitan Bed and Breakfast continues hosting guests from near and far, providing quaint, cozy accommodations for those wishing to experience the maritime city of Annapolis. While the city of Annapolis has grown, becoming a travel destination for sailing, dining, entertainment, shopping and historic sightseeing, the elegance and hospitality of the Annapolitan remains unchanged, establishing it as one of the finest Annapolis bed and breakfasts around. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Annapolitan Hotel Annapolis
- Annapolitan Bed And Breakfast