Positives: very friendly innkeeper with tremendous breakfasts. Two seatings so guests can be socially distanced but still close enough to have a conversation. Best part is the location (close to all the shops and right next door to a great restaurant). Even though you can walk to nearly everything, we had a great time using the provided bikes to zip around town and on the bike trail. Comfortable linens. Outdoor seating on deck and patio. Plenty of hot water and inn was clean. Negatives: some areas are a little worn but that is to be expected in a historic inn. Air conditioner was loud and took a bit to get used to when sleeping... although it did drown out our snoring!
We had a delightful stay at this beautiful inn. Great hostess, Melissa, directed us to interesting places, good restaurants. Her breakfasts were extraordinary. Delightful lady! We will be back! We recommend staying here! Catherine and Jon F. Naples, FL
We spent two nights at the Parsonage and loved it. The rooms are spacious and fully appointed. The inn is impeccably clean inside and out. There's ample off street parking and a small patio out back. Our room had access to the upstairs porch that included a table and chairs. There is a well furnished parlor with 24 hour coffee and tea and homemade cookies. What makes the Parsonage special is Sally, our hostess. She is a fabulous conversationalist with numerous interesting stories. She is an expert on the area restaurants and attractions. On top of that she cooks the most delicious and largest breakfasts we've ever had at a B&B. The rates are reasonable, and the location is right on Talbot Street. I highly recommend the Parsonage if you're visiting St. Michaels.
We recently stayed at this lovely, Victorian B&B, located in beautiful St. Michael's. The first floor room we stayed in for two nights was just charming and spotless! The entry to our room was in the back of the building, which suited us. There are also second floor rooms. A delicious breakfast was served both mornings, with the Innkeeper, Sally, attending to all the details to make our day begin with a healthy and tasty start. The Inn is within walking distance to The Chesapeake Bay Museum, quite a few restaurants, little shops selling jewelry and other delights. A winery and a brewery were nearby.
We were actually gifted a weekend at the Parsonage Inn from my fiance's parents. We are getting married in about two months and the stress is REAL so this was a much needed getaway. Sally was so lovely to communicate with even before arrival, ensuring we had everything we needed. Her breakfasts were out of this world and decadent (wedding diets were on hold). Our room was adorable and so cozy and comfortable. St. Michaels is such a cute quaint town, listen to Sally's recommendations on restaurants! We went to the Crab N Que per her recc and it was FABULOUS. Highly recommend the Parsonage Inn!