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Sat with a porch view of town and passerbys with nice white tablecloths , warm and cozy for a January winter day . Excellent service and meal . Great authentic fish and chips deal . Grilled cheese of the day was fantastic . We intend...More
We booked a 4 day stay at the Atlantic almost a year in advance. The dates surrounded New Year's Eve. We had been there in the summer and learned about how the town of Berlin, MD celebrated New Year. We wanted to be a part...More
Had room on 3rd floor, so morning coffee is 1 floor down, but late in season there was
few guests and that was not an issue. Comfortable bed, and nice linins. Ice was down on
first floor so a little hard to get to it,...More
If you ever find yourself on Maryland's eastern shore, consider visiting the quaint Victorian town of Berlin, MD and stay at the Atlantic Hotel. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The ambiance is right in keeping with the town with its red brick, turn...More
One night at the Atlantic Hotel, had a room (the Rose Room) fronting on main street, and was an amazingly quiet night's sleep! So peaceful and restful. Being an older building don't expect huge bathrooms and standard issue hotel furniture. Each room has its own...More
Response from Reffoodie | Reviewed this property |
My room didn't have a fridge but I can't see them stopping you myself! There is a picnic table to one side of the hotel (on the right) which is not a major part of the service place and I suspect you could sit there and eat... More
My room didn't have a fridge but I can't see them stopping you myself! There is a picnic table to one side of the hotel (on the right) which is not a major part of the service place and I suspect you could sit there and eat a picnic you'd brought! I sat there and read my book and ate a biscuit and cup of something I'd made. They don't serve breakfast so surely you could sit and eat croissants and drink orange juice somewhere. Sorry that's the best I can do to answer that question!