My husband and I recently visited Annapolis for a chidl-free weekend and were delighted with our stay at the Flag House Inn. From our initial conversation when I called to make the booking, Charlotte went out of her way to make us feel welcomed. She knows the city well, and she gave us a lot of helpful information about things to see and places to go without being overbearing. The B&B is clean and the bed and room were very comfortable, and breakfast was delicious (and Charlotte graciously accommodated our food restrictions).
The B&B is a 2-minute walk from the waterfront and only a few minutes to the Statehouse and Naval Academy -- yet even though it is so central, it is on a quiet side street so our sleep wasn't disturbed at all.
All in all, it is a charming B&B with lovely hosts, and we most definitely recommend it should you be travelling through Annapolis.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Front and center in the National Historic District, Flag House Inn is one of the largest private homes near the waterfront. Originally two Victorian townhouses, Flag House was restored in the early 1990's, acquired on-site parking, and now combines the privacy of an inn with the friendliness of a bed and breakfast.The large front porch, flying the state or national flags of guests, greets you with swings and teak benches. The guest entrance opens onto splendid interiors filled with original naval and nautical art and memorabilia, fine paintings, antiques, and reproductions. Flag House offers five welcoming and comfortable king or twin bed guest rooms, including a two-room suite, each with private bath and cable TV. Enjoy a large, hot breakfast before setting off for the day to explore this beautiful and historic neighborhood. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Flag House Hotel Annapolis