ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND In the heart of this colonial city, three buildings comprise the Historic Inns of Annapolis. The Governor Calvert House was built in 1727 and originally consisted of a two-story brick building with attached shed, smokehouse, and frame outbuilding. Built in 1772, the Robert Johnson House overlooks the governor’s mansion. Constructed as a hotel in 1776 on Church Circle, the Maryland inn was described as “an elegant brick house in a dry and healthy part of the city.” All three inns have been updated in recent years and feature period antiques and modern amenities. The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Annapolis one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations. Two of the inns face the state capitol, where the Treaty of Paris was ratified in 1784, officially ending the American War for independence. CONVERTED INN CHARMING SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR COLONIAL AMENITIES 124 guestrooms, including 9 suites and 9 historic deluxe rooms. Each with complimentary wireless Internet access, cable TV, and complimentary newspaper. Complimentary coffee in all 3 buildings; Starbucks® located in the Maryland Inn. Valet parking. DINING Guests enjoy breakfast daily in the award-winning Treaty of Paris restaurant; lunch is available on Saturday and Sunday, and dinner Thursday-Saturday. Casual fare and cocktails are featured in The Drummer’s Lot. Guests may enjoy light snacks and coffee at the uniquely decorated Starbucks®. LOCATION In downtown Annapolis, a short walk to the Naval Academy, Annapolis City Dock, quaint shops, and historic sites. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport: 40 miles, 90 minutes. Baltimore-Washington Int’l Airport: 26 miles, 31 minutes. 58 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401 T 410.263.2641
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