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Bartlett Pear Inn
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Reviewed September 16, 2013

We had a time in our week trip of the Washington DC area so booking into the Bartlett Pear. The room was very sweet, it had a good shower in very a limited area. Supper was sublime, seriously delicious. Cocktails beforehand did not let them down either. Everyone was hugely helpful, more staff than diners.

My only reservation was the bed in room 1. It had an unbelievable squeak, the mattress was high in the middle and sloped sharply that the night was spent fighting for the high ground! We did draw it to the attention to the management but avoid that room until it is changed.

The town was lovely and the area very pretty, particularly St. Michaels.

Room Tip: Room ! was pretty, but bad bed
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 15, 2013

Room was lovely, food fabulous.....the town of Easton a delight....we will be back! We have been to Easton since for the Waterfowl Festival and stopped by the bar at the Bartlett Pear, sat out in the garden and enjoyed the view. It all started because of a Washington Post review that introduced the young chef and his wife and recommended a table in the bay window of the dining area.....the meal and lodging lived up to the review and then some!

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

My husband and I love this place. We were introduced to it three years ago and continue to go back year after year. The couple that owns it, Jordan and Alice, make you feel right at home without being at all intrusive. They are simply great. And the restaurant!!! Well, need I say more? The menu is broad enough to find something for everyone, their sourcing is top notch, and the finished product is to die for. It really is that good.

Room Tip: Some of the rooms have slanted ceilings. Go online and see which one works best for you. AND Make a reservation for dinner while you are there! You get a 10% discount if you are staying there.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 27, 2013

First off, we are not B&B people - all those ruffles, bunnies, bad beds and that forced conviviality that really just means a lack of privacy......And usually we rent a house on the Eastern Shore. But this trip we were just going for a night and had heard about the Inn and had seen rave reviews on its restaurant (and Trip Advisor folks clearly like it). Well, it is what the reviews claim: an exceptionally well run and lovely Inn - beautifully decorated, private enough, great staff and yes, a fabulous restaurant. (And we are from New York). The couple who own it and run it all clearly have their act together. We stayed in the Bosc Pear room which has a very large bathroom, a sitting room and then the bedroom so the door to the room opens into the sitting room and not the bedroom, which I like. It is on the second floor and faces the street but noise was no issue. Checkin, checkout, reservations, all were handled superbly. Dinner was wonderful. We had the chef's tasting menu - picking the courses we wanted from the menu. Every course was excellent. Wine list is ridiculously reasonable. Oh, and we had the great bartender first make us drinks based on an idea of what we like and they were yum. Like I said, we are nice hotel people - but we are already figuring out when we can go back to the inn.

Room Tip: Bosc Pear has added privacy because door opens into sitting room. Bathroom is on one end, then sitting room, then bedroom.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Kris5654
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Reviewed August 26, 2013 via mobile

We arrived on a Thursday afternoon on a lovely sunny late summer day and were warmly greeted by J.B. and escorted to our room. Room was nicely appointed and comfortable. There is a large porch at the front of the building where you can enjoy the quaintness of Easton. The inn is located in the heart of town, so you can park the car and walk to everything. We dined in the restaurant with friends that evening, starting in the bar and enjoying a chat with Justin. After starting with tomato caprese and crabcake appetizers, two of us ordered halibut and two ordered the New York strip steak. Food was expertly prepared and presented. Portions seem small but, honestly, entirely adequate and delicious. Bliss Chardonnay from Mendocino was a pleasant surprise. The dining room is small, perhaps six to eight tables, and decorated in a style which is elegant yet understated.
We met Jordan, the owner/chef, at breakfast. He is a friendly, pleasant guy and a fabulous chef. Eggs Benedict and fresh fruit were the offerings for breakfast. Farm fresh eggs and bacon over brioche with tasty hollandaise, light with a hint of citrus, the best I have ever had. We had an outstanding dining and lodging experience here and cannot wait to return.

  • Stayed: August 2013
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