Historic Maryland Bed and Breakfast Inns

Annapolis

1 Gibson's Lodgings

— Annapolis, MD 1774
The Patterson House is on the Federal Registry and dates to 1774 and the Berman House dates to 1890. Read More
2 Scotlaur Inn Bed & Breakfast

— Annapolis, MD 1899
3 Historic Inns of Annapolis
— Annapolis, MD 1727
4 Reynolds Tavern
— Annapolis, MD 1737
5 Georgian House B&B
— Annapolis, MD 1747
The house was owned from 1760-1780 by a senior Maryland government official and used as a club by the Forensic Society whose local members included three of Maryland's signers of the Declaration of... Read More
6 The Annapolis Inn
— Annapolis, MD 1762
7 Two-O-One Bed & Breakfast
— Annapolis, MD 1800
8 Chez Amis B&B
— Annapolis, MD 1854
9 Annapolitan Bed & Breakfast
— Annapolis, MD 1862
10 Annapolis Royal Folly
— Annapolis, MD 1870
Built by the renowned Randall family, it was part of a 200-year-old large compound within the very heart of the Historic District. Read More
11 Flag House Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Annapolis, MD 1878
Inn was built in the late 1870s. Read More
12 Inn At Horn Point
— Annapolis, MD 1902
1902 Low Victorian with original siding, flooring (wherever possible), window and door surrounds, original radiator heat etc. Read More
13 Harbor View Inn of Annapolis
— Annapolis, MD 1937

Baltimore

14 Scarborough Fair Bed & Breakfast
— Baltimore, MD 1801
Built in 1801, Scarborough Fair was one of the earliest structures in the area. Read More
15 4 East Madison Inn
— Baltimore, MD 1840
16 Inn at 2920
— Baltimore, MD 1880
17 The Biltmore Suites Hotel
— Baltimore, MD 1880
18 Wilson House
— Baltimore, MD 1880
National Registered Historic District. Famous for being home where political deals were made to give Woodrow Wilson democratic nomination. He subsequently gave a famous speech from the balcony. Read More
19 The Ivy Hotel
— Baltimore, MD 1889

Berlin

20 Waystead Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Berlin, MD 1795
21 Atlantic Hotel Inn & Restaurant
— Berlin, MD 1895

Cambridge

22 Cambridge House Bed & Breakfast

— Cambridge, MD 1847
Original cottage dates back to 1847. House is listed in many books detailing the architecture in the area. Read More
23 Mill Street Inn
— Cambridge, MD 1894
24 Lodgecliffe on the Choptank
— Cambridge, MD 1898
25 The Albanus Phillips Inn
— Cambridge, MD 1903

Chesapeake City

26 The Blue Max Inn Bed & Breakfast

— Chesapeake City, MD 1854
27 Inn at The Canal
— Chesapeake City, MD 1870
28 Ship Watch Inn
— Chesapeake City, MD 1930

Chestertown

29 White Swan Tavern, Colonial Inn

— Chestertown, MD 1730
30 The Inn at Mitchell House
— Chestertown, MD 1743
During the War of 1812, the Kent County Militia, under the command of Lt. Col. Philip A. Reed, marched on Belle Air (Fairlee) to British forces at Caulk's Field. On August 31, 1814, the British were... Read More
31 Brampton Bed and Breakfast Inn
— Chestertown, MD 1860
Restored 1860 Greek/Revival Plantation house with many original details intact. Read More
32 Great Oak Manor
— Chestertown, MD 1938
It is a Georgian Manor House. Read More
33 Lauretum Inn B&B
— Chestertown, MD 1881

Cumberland

34 Cumberland Inn And Spa
— Cumberland, MD 1820
Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater is nearby. Read More

Easton

35 Bishop's House Bed and Breakfast

— Easton, MD 1880
Circa 1880 Victorian, built by Captain Edward Roberts for Philip Francis Thomas and Clintonia Wright May Thomas. Philip Francis was elected to the United States Congress in 1838 and served until 1840... Read More
36 John S. McDaniel House B&B
— Easton, MD 1865
37 Inn at 202 Dover
— Easton, MD 1874
The Inn at 202 Dover is a restored Victorian mansion build circa 1874. Read More
38 Chaffinch House B&B
— Easton, MD 1893
The architecture is truly unique and much of it has been preserved. The original owner, William P. Chaffinch, built the home and it remained in the family for over 70 years. Many walls are still... Read More

Elkton

39 Elk Forge Bed & Breakfast Inn, Spa, Events, Tea Room & Shop
— Elkton, MD 1761

Ellicott City

40 Wayside Inn
— Ellicott City, MD 1780
Ellicott City Historic District (2 miles). Read More

Frederick

41 Hollerstown Hill B&B

— Frederick, MD 1900
42 THE MANORS OF FREDERICK
— Frederick, MD 1774
43 Tyler-Spite House
— Frederick, MD 1814
The Brunswick R. R. Museum, in nearby Brunswick, offers a look at the history of the railroad in the United States. Fritchie, who angrily confronted General Stonewall Jackson in 1862, was... Read More
44 Spring Bank, A B&B Inn
— Frederick, MD 1880
45 Hill House Bed & Breakfast
— Frederick, MD 1870

Georgetown

46 Kitty Knight House on the Sassafras
— Georgetown, MD 1755
Home of Catherine (Kitty Knight), heroine who saved the town of Georgetown during the War of 1812. Read More

Havre De Grace

47 Currier House
— Havre De Grace, MD 1790
Concord Point Light House, Susquehanna Lockhouse Museum, Decoy Museum, Maritime Museum and John O'Neil House. Read More
48 La Cle D'Or Guesthouse
— Havre De Grace, MD 1868
Built in 1868, in the then current Second Empire style of Victorian architecture, the home was first owned by the Hopkins family, cousins of John Hopkins of the hospital and university fame. Henry... Read More
49 Vandiver Inn
— Havre De Grace, MD 1886
50 Spencer Silver Mansion
— Havre De Grace, MD 1896
This Queen Anne style house was built in 1896 of Port Deposit granite and features 12' ceilings, grand staircase, original stained glass windows, 10' quarter sawn pocket doors and parquet inlaid... Read More

Mc Henry

51 Lake Pointe Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Mc Henry, MD 1890
The Lake Pointe Inn is the oldest house on Deep Creek Lake. Originally a modest farmhouse that included the property which is now the Wisp Ski Resort. Read More

New Market

52 Strawberry Inn
— New Market, MD 1860

New Windsor

53 Yellow Turtle Inn
— New Windsor, MD 1848
The Inn was built in 1840 as a log cabin. Some of the logs have been exposed to show the original construction. It was later added on to create a lovely colonial style mansion. Read More

Ocean City

54 Atlantic House B&B
— Ocean City, MD 1923
55 An Inn on the Ocean
— Ocean City, MD 1938

Oxford

56 Sandaway - Waterfront Lodging

— Oxford, MD 1875
The Robert Morris Inn was built prior to 1710 by ship's carpenters. Read More
57 Combsberry
— Oxford, MD 1730
58 The Ruffled Duck Inn
— Oxford, MD 1876
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Read More
59 Oxford Inn/Pope's Tavern
— Oxford, MD 1880
60 Robert Morris Inn
— Oxford, MD 1710

Pocomoke City

61 The River Gem BnB at The Littleton's T. Clarke House
— Pocomoke City, MD 1860
The house is a prominent example of Second Empire architectual style in the County. It is the best executed mid-nineteenth century revival style with concave slate roof, bracketed eaves, decorative... Read More

Princess Anne

62 The Alexander House Booklovers B&B
— Princess Anne, MD 1885
Built in 1885 by Austrian immigrant/entrepreneur Rudolph Cohn, who owned the local flour mill, grain mill and lumber mill. Read More

Queenstown

63 Queenstown Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Queenstown, MD 1830

Ridge

64 Woodlawn Historic Bed and Breakfast
— Ridge, MD 1798

Rock Hall

65 Moonlight Bay Inn
— Rock Hall, MD 1850
66 Inn at Swan Haven
— Rock Hall, MD 1896

Royal Oak

67 The Oaks A Country Inn
— Royal Oak, MD 1748

Saint Marys City

68 The Inn at Brome Howard
— Saint Marys City, MD 1840

Saint Michaels

69 Aida's Victoriana Inn

— Saint Michaels, MD 1873
Built in 1875, Victorian home with Mansard-style roof. Read More
70 Hambleton Inn
— Saint Michaels, MD 1805
71 Old Brick Inn
— Saint Michaels, MD 1816
72 The Inn at Perry Cabin
— Saint Michaels, MD 1816
73 Wades Point Inn on The Bay
— Saint Michaels, MD 1819
Main house built in 1819 by Thomas Kemp, builder of the sailing ship The Pride of Baltimore. Read More
74 Parsonage Inn
— Saint Michaels, MD 1883
Maritime Museum (2 blocks), St Mary's Square Museum (10 blocks), Town of Oxford (10 miles), Town of Easton (9 miles), Skipjack Rebecca Rourk (10 miles). Read More
75 George Brooks House Inn and Spa
— Saint Michaels, MD 1908
Designated historic site by Talbot County Historic Preservation Commission, the George Brooks House dates back to the Civil War period and was built by freed slaves for Captain Andrew C. Barkman.... Read More

Savage

76 Commodore Joshua Barney House
— Savage, MD 1760
Home of Joshua Barney who served with distinction in the American Revolution and was a Naval War Hero in the War of 1812. Read More

Sharpsburg

77 Jacob Rohrbach Inn
— Sharpsburg, MD 1804
Built around 1800 by Capt. Joseph Chapline, Revolutionary War patriot, the inn is surrounded by the Antietam Battlefield and was used as a hospital to care for the wounded following the battle. Read More
78 The Inn at Antietam
— Sharpsburg, MD 1908

Snow Hill

79 River House Inn

— Snow Hill, MD 1860
80 The Mansion House
— Snow Hill, MD 1835

Solomons

81 Back Creek B&B

— Solomons, MD 1880
82 Solomons Victorian Inn

— Solomons, MD 1906

Stevenson

83 Gramercy Mansion
— Stevenson, MD 1902
Built in 1902, the unique Tudor-style architecture represents the elegance of an era past. Fully furnished and decorated with antiques and artwork. Read More

Stevensville

84 Kent Manor Inn
— Stevensville, MD 1820

Sykesville

85 Inn at Norwood
— Sykesville, MD 1906

Taneytown

86 Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel
— Taneytown, MD 1844

Tilghman

87 Black Walnut Point Inn

— Tilghman, MD 1845
88 Tilghman Island Inn
— Tilghman, MD 1907

Vienna

89 Tavern House
— Vienna, MD 1730

Whitehaven

90 Whitehaven Hotel
— Whitehaven, MD 1805

Wingate

91 Wingate Manor Bed & Breakfast
— Wingate, MD 1897