Located in the center of Fell’s Point Entertainment & Dining District, this charming inn is a member of the Historic Hotels of America.
Don't be surprised if you pass a ghost tour on your way to your room!
It's really spooky here, guys.
Awesome staff and loved our room
Thought the guest services here were top notch ... Everyone was genuine and helpful.
The hotel sits on the very streets that Edgar Allan Poe once strolled. The structure itself has served as a seamen’s boarding house, a YMCA, and even a vinegar bottling factory.
Check the plaque outside of your room - each room is named for a Baltimore historical figure.
Make sure to take the ghost tour. Great history in this place. All rooms are different which makes this a really cool place.
Great hotel with local historic photos and named rooms with a potted bio of the room's namesake.
Dating back to the late 1770s, over the years the Inn has served as a ship chandlery, a theater, a boarding house for sailors and later, a Seaman’s YMCA.
All the rooms are different, so be sure to check yours out before agreeing to it.