Three inns take you back in time, with 124 guest rooms all restored and furnished in original and reproduction antiques. Rooms also offer all modern conveniences, including private baths, phones, cable TV and data ports. Convenient to all the town's shops, historic attractions and its waterfront.
Eleven delegates of the 1786 U.S. Congress stayed here. Many of the forty-four guest rooms still date to the revolutionary era, while the wooden porches and marble-tiled lobby are vintage Victorian.
Robert Johnson House
Overlooks the Governor's mansion and State House, and is actually three houses integrated and restored and furnished. Twenty-five rooms altogether.n 1772, an Annapolis barber by the name of Robert Johnson purchase town lot #73 from a local silversmith named John Steele. In 1773 Johnson's grandson built the brick house which, with additions, still stands at 23 State Circle
This old historic home was once lived in by two former Maryland governors named Calvert, and is now a restored Colonial and Victorian residence with a contemporary conference center. It faces Colonial Gardens on one side, the State House on the other, and has fifty-four guest rooms.
58 State Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401
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