Not much was left of the building at Inn BoonsBoro after a 2008 fire, so the inn is more modern than historic -- despite the ghost stories that haunt the place (we didn't encounter any more than stories ourselves). Our room was lovely (gorgeous window treatments and a wrought iron four poster bed), and the enormous bathroom had cutting-edge plumbing, including a "magic" toilet, the largest tub I have ever seen, jets and spouts of all kinds in the shower, and a heated floor. There are a host of nice touches, including coffee, tea, and fresh bakery in the afternoons, complimentary wine and cheese in the evening, and a decanter of whiskey for nightcaps. Breakfast was good, there are nice outdoor spaces to lounge in (including a front porch and rear garden), and the innkeeper and other staff were very friendly and helpful. The only downsides are that the rooms are expensive and the inn sits on a heavily trafficked and hence noisy corner.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With the warmth and welcome of a bed and breakfast combined with the luxury of a boutique hotel, Inn BoonsBoro offers you an unforgettable experience. Housed in the first stone building constructed in the historic town of Boonsboro, the inn was updated in 2008 with a three-million dollar remodel and renovation. Throughout this extensive renovation, we have honored the dignity and charm of this historic site while designing a small hotel to meet the most discerning guests' expectations. Our guests can choose from among eight rooms, including two suites and a ground-floor ADA compliant guest room. With the exception of The Penthouse, all our rooms have been inspired by literary romantic couples. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Inn Boonsboro Hotel Boonsboro