We echo the other 2 reviews - Sabrina is a wonderful and gracious innkeeper! She goes out of her way to make sure you have everything you need and was super friendly and professional during our entire stay. The inn has been updated and we loved the main floor sitting rooms - well appointed with beautiful antiques and period pieces - what a home it must have been in its heyday. We stayed in the "Ellicott" room and found it clean, spacious, very comfortable and quiet and the A/C worked wonderfully on an unusually hot night in May. Funny, i commented at the time and agree - the only thing missing from the room was a full-length mirror.
Breakfast was wonderful and she even gave us maps and literature on the area for us to use as we explored the backroads of Maryland on our trip out of town.
also loved the grounds/gardens
We would definitely recommend this inn to anyone looking for a quiet and peaceful place to stay and will stay there again
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Paradise Bed and Breakfast is a 1920s colonial on Baltimore's Register of Historic Homes. A summer home for Baltimore's elite now transformed into a comfortable place to call home for a day, a weekend or more. Minutes from Baltimore's downtown with easy access to Annapolis, Washington D.C. and historic Ellicott City as well as to museums, parks, historic sites and shopping. We also cater to business travelers with a fully equipped business office and amenities. ... more less
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