Featured in Victorian Homes magazine, April 2005 and Baltimore Sun, August 8, 2004. One of the most elegant and historic Victorian homes in Baltimore. ------Newly refurbished.----Where the deals were made that gave Woodrow Wilson the presidency in 1912 - He gave his acceptance speech from its balcony to thank the owner. ---------------- Close to the Mt Vernon Cultural District - opera, symphony, museums, many universities and many interesting resturants (from ethnic holes in the wall to four-star dining}, theaters (film and live). ---- Easy access to Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Fells Point, AMTRAK, MARC, Light Rail. SEE WEBSITE FOR AVAILABILITY & ON-LINE RESERVATONS.
Reception, cheese and crackers, breakfast. Gave us excellent suggestions for dinner. Liked map of where guests live. Had wonderful conversation re travel.
It was lovely to stay in. Free parking was a great deal. It was so convenient to use the Light rail to get around the city.
It was walking distance to MICA and the owners were very conscious and informative.
Neighborhood was a bit too 'up and coming' for two ladies to arrive after dark.
A lot of character and very quiet
Bathromm was very outdated
The owners were amazingly friendly and accomodating to our needs, our arrival schedule and our dietary preferances. They were hospitable, but also very understanding of privacy and personal space. Beautiful house and very spacious rooms!
The neighborhood is a little sketchy (right on the edge of Druid Hill), but I still felt very safe here.
Beautiful old Victorian house, owners are very friendly and helpful,free breakfast was homemade and delicious. Location was a bit difficult to get too, but within a short car ride to the Inner Harbour. Cozy little B&B.
I have nothing bad to say.
Personal service from staff, including private pick up at train station.
Wifi did not reach the top floor, where My room was. Owner is aware of this and planning to extend the range.