Inn At Horn Point      
100 Chesapeake Ave, Annapolis, MD 21403, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Cory Bonney, Carol Bonney

Description

Circa 1902. Modern touches and upgraded safety features adorn this 1902 Annapolis landmark that graces the historic section in the Village of Eastport, Maryland. Centrally located, a water taxi is within three bl...


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Best place we have stayed in some time

We have done quite a bit of traveling in both our business and personal lives, and are not really big on Bed and Breakfast type places. This experience was the best in quite awhile! The location is perfect. Annapolis is a 15 minute walk, which is close enough and yet far enough away to retreat into a more peaceful scene. Eastport has the best places to eat in the immediate area and most restaurants are only a couple of blocks away. The inn is in a quiet neighborhood setting and has ample parking on the street. The water taxi is only a couple of blocks away as well, giving you another option of getting around, and there is a free electric car service (tips only) if you are traveling within a few miles of the inn. The rooms and common areas were exceptionally clean and very well appointed. Beds are very comfortable. The room rates were also very attractive for the area. Breakfast is included and the food was outstanding. Everything was fresh and prepared with fresh herbs. The coffee was also outstanding. Cory, the innkeeper, is a gracious host and an excellent chef.
Maria D
8/21/2010

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It was a lovely Experience

The rooms were clean and beautifully decorated. Cory was an excellent host. He made us feel very welcome, and the breakfast was delicious. We enjoyed dining with people from Italy and Poland. It was especially nice when Cory offered us a glass of wine as we sat out on the porch in the evening. We were away from the busy center of town, had a free parking space in front of the B&B, and could walk to some restaurants and the water taxi (which took us to the city dock in the center of town). It was perfect.
Karry K
9/4/2010

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Class Reunion

This is the second time a close group of my Naval Academy classmates have used the Horn Point Inn for our 5 year reunions. This was a special one, the 50th. Both times the Inn was perfect for relaxing and visiting with friends we had not seen for years. The hospitality was excellent and the breakfasts were both delicious and healthy. We came back because our first experience was so positive and we were not disappointed. We felt at home.
Ron B
10/13/2010

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Great B&B with best location around!

Second stay at this B&B, with next 2 years already planned. Very accommodating owners, especially with breakfast times and late arrival situations. The location cannot be beat, 1 mi from downtown Annapolis and 1 1/4 from U.S. Naval Academy. At least 7 great restaurants and taverns within blocks/walking distance. Highly recommended !!! We are repeat guests.
Kevin O
10/27/2010

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A little gem tucked away in Eastport

This charming Inn sits on a quaint little street with ample parking and just a couple of blocks from the water's edge. You can literally park your car and never need it again. There is electric car service (free - tips only) that will take you anywhere you want to go into Annapolis for dining or shopping. Meanwhile your Eastport location is just a short walk to many wonderful restaurants, waterfront parks and the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Cory and Carol are wonderful innkeepers and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and comfortable. Morning breakfasts were delightful sitting in the sun-filled dining room enjoying coffee and really scrumptious breakfasts prepared by Cory. They were really special. Conversations with other guests ebbed and flowed into wonderful leisurely mornings that were memorable. (If you don't want to do that they were most accommodating in offering a continental breakfast should you want to get up and go or sleep in a bit.) Our room (the Enchantress) was clean and comfortable with a spacious bathroom generously stocked with lovely towels and soap/shampoos. The bed was comfy and made with quality linens, blankets and plenty of pillows. It was the perfect place for our weekend getaway to one of our favorite places. We absolutely love the Inn and will return again.
Jane R
11/5/2010

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This place was great. great service and close to everything

This was a great place to stay, very clean, owner was great, great breakfast every morning and close to all the nice restaurants and taverns in the area. Only minutes to City Dock, the Naval Academy and shopping.
Lynn M
11/6/2010

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Charming B&B Experience for our Weekend Get-A-Way

My husband and I were delighted with the experience we had at The Inn at HoRN PoINT. We were able to enjoy the nearby shops and restaurants of Eastport, while feeling like we were right at home at the Inn. Carol and Cory are both so gracious and informative. The Inn itself is an architectural beauty, and we loved the details throughout and in our well appointed room. Breakfast was a culinary treat with special touches that completed a wonderful experience. We would highly recommend this B&B to our friends and family and we hope we can visit again one day.
Paula R
12/3/2010

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"Top Pick" nation wide in Coastal Living Magazine, "The place to stay" in National Geographic Adventure Travel, Featured "romantic get-away" in STRATEGY FOR THE DEFENSE a novel by Harry Pinner, "Weekend Getaways" in Washingtonian Magazine, Feodor's Travel Guide, Baltimore Sun Newspaper, The Capital News Paper, Landmarks of the Chesapeake, Insider's Guide to Annapolis, What's Up Mazazine, The Descerning Traveler, Travel 50/Southwest Edition, Recreation News, ABC Television, Harrisburg, PA.


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