We had a very pleasant stay at this B&B over the Columbus Day weekend. We came to take in the sailboat show. We were from the west and had never been to Annapolis. We were very pleased to find our inn was only a couple short blocks from the gate to the show. We were greeted by our hosts, Ann and Michael, new owners of the B&B. They were very helpful and showed us to our pretty room decorated with antiques. Character exudes but the comforts are not compromised. We slept well on the comfortable beds and the bathroom had all the modern conveniences. We enjoyed very tasty, hearty breakfasts which held us well past the lunch hour. Ann and Michael are very dedicated to pleasing their guests. Over four nights, they served us a nice variety of well-balanced attractive breakfasts, with an appealing, creative presentation. I took away a few ideas for future breakfasts of my own. I loved the broiled grapefruit sprinkled with brown sugar and a dash of cardamon. You could easily spend a lot more time at the inn. It is in a prime area, across from the Naval Academy and within walking distance of the boat shows, marinas and numerous restaurants.
We stayed in the room facing the street with its own private bathroom. We were very happy with our...
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