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1840s Carrollton Inn
Based on 413 traveler reviews
surprise comfort and ease
Mar 23, 2015 by: michael c from Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Stayed here last week and was very impressed. I got an upgraded room (marginally more expensive but worth it) and was surprised as to quiet and comfort. Great breakfast was included and could walk to most of Inner Harbor.
Lovely romantic hideaway
Mar 21, 2015 by: Meghan M from Towson, Maryland
You'd never guess driving by how lovely this place is inside. The location is convenient. I didn't see the bill so I'm not sure about the rates. We had a comfortable room with a jacuzzi tub. The traffic noise wasn't awful, but we did notice it on the ground floor. If I were to stay there again I'd ask for a room on the courtyard side. I was taken here as a surprise. When I saw "Bed and Breakfast on the sign I got a lump in my throat. But, don't let that deter you. There was nothing like the overly close fake familiarity that I associate with typical B&Bs (at least in quaint antique filled ones in New England.) The ONLY times we encountered other guests was at breakfast. One tiny thing about breakfast. Order an omelet! The first day I ordered Eggs Benedict. I always order eggs Benedict. The eggs were beautifully poached, but the dish was not remarkable. The omelets however, were perfection. thin but light. Not the flat scramble that sometimes calls itself and omelet.
Weekend Getaway for my wife and I (Vegetarians)
Mar 17, 2015 by: Lanrete from Devon, Pennsylvania
I decided to take my wife to Baltimore for her birthday and spend the weekend at this rustic bed and breakfast. I did a lot of research to find a good place with an authentic B&B feel and this Inn did not disappoint! The Inn staff were phenomenal, very helpful and knowledgeable of the area. It was also within walking distance of the harbor and Little Italy which was a huge plus. The Vegetarian options were also great, the best I've seen of any B&B that we've been too. (Veggie sausage patties, etc.) The room we stayed in (Declaration Suite) was very impressive, our jaws dropped as soon as we walked through the doors. The website isn't very clear on this, but there is free parking right next to the inn. For some reason the website made it seem like only paid parking was available. Overall, I would highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a nice B&B in Baltimore!
Great breakfast but customer service could use some tweaking
Mar 17, 2015 by: Jordan G from Frederick, Maryland
This was the second time we stayed here. First time we had better customer service but the Sunday afternoon receptionist wasn't that helpful. Unbeknownst to my wife and I the St. Patrick's day parade was going on a few blocks away so the traffic was horrendous. It would have been helpful to have known that was going on and to have better directions and a heads up. Also the receptionist on shift didn't live in Baltimore so they couldn't help with directions and also we signed up for a food tour through their website and they never sent us any information about it so we had to call the foot tour to get all the information. Also the A/C in our Patriots Room didn't work at all. The thermostat was always set at 68 but the room fluctuated between 73-71 and never went down so we had to open a window...which open the way for the city sounds to infiltrate our room. The gentleman that evening was very helpful and I felt bad for him that he had to deal with our A/C problems, our room being upgraded due to the previous tenant destroying the comforter (which the evening receptionist did provide us with another one). They do need to fix the A/C issues because it's wasn't that comfortable trying to sleep in a 73 degree room. May or may not go back. The breakfast was really good though!
Mar 16, 2015 by: djk_9 from djk_9
Wonderful location! We live about 2 1/2 hrs from Balimore, in DE. Within walking distance of the Inner Harbor and Little Italy. We just parked our car for 2 days and walked everywhere! On our way back to DE, we visited Ft. McHenry, on the S side of the Inner Harbor. Very well done....we felt every citizen should visit, if possible. Their's is the story of The Star Spangled Banner and Francis Scott Key. Our history.
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