Historic Inns of Annapolis
The Historic Inns of Annapolis were once personal residences of lords and governors and frequent stopovers for signers of the Declaration of Independence. Today they have been transformed into three charming historic inns that will take you back in time, with 124 guestrooms all handsomely restored and tastefully furnished in original and reproduction antiques. At the same time, all rooms offer modern conveniences, including private baths, phones, cable TV, and free wireless internet.
The historic atmosphere continues at the Treaty of Paris restaurant, the Drummer’s Lot Pub and Starbucks, which are all located in The Maryland Inn. The conference facilities offer a charming atmosphere for parties, business meetings, and other events. All of the inns’ facilities are clustered around two circles in the heart of Annapolis, convenient to all of the town’s quaint shops, historic attractions, and its colorful waterfront.
Two of the inns face the state capitol, where the Treaty of Paris was ratified in 1784, officially ending the American War for Independence.
Original Property Opened: 1727
58 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401
Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946
Early Settlement, 1600 ~ 1763
The Historic Inns of Annapolis were once personal residences of lords and governors and frequent stopovers for signers of the Declaration of Independence.
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