I decided to deviate from the usual hotel choice; glad I stayed at the B&B, "The Inn at 30 Maryland". I felt at home as soon as I walked in. The decor was perfectly comforting; grab a book from shelf and relax. My room could not have been better. A large bed, private bath and a spacious sitting area which led to a private deck overlooking the rear yard and a very old wall....I really appreciate the history of the area. I was provided with an interesting personal tour of the neighboring homes and the Naval grounds from the owner, Rick. I don't think I could have been closer to the USNA. Shopping and dining are within walking distance. I had a great couple of days. Beth was very accomodating; always plenty of good food for snacks. Bottled water or soda was always readily available. The open coffee/tea area was like home. I'm an early riser so I easily helped myself to several cups of coffee and fresh fruit while everyone was still asleep. I didn't worry about disturbing anyone upstairs. I felt as though I was a guest in someone's home; so much nicer than a "hotel room". I will not be so hesitant to stay at a B&B in the future. I will certainly stay here while in Annapolis.