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The Maryland Inn

Showcasing 18th century architectural details, this iconic guest house offers luxurious accommodation with a variety of layouts located at the top of the main street.

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Aerial view of historic downtown Annapolis which offers shopping, dining and beautiful waterfront views.
Aerial view of historic downtown Annapolis which offers shopping, dining and beautiful waterfront views.

Annapolis, Maryland, 01 Feb. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Historic Inns of Annapolis eagerly announces their 250th anniversary at the Maryland Inn, Governor Calvert House and Johnson House; all the well-known establishments and iconic hotels in Annapolis, Maryland. From the birth of our country to today, historic inns in Annapolis have witnessed some of the most significant events in our country’s history. To celebrate this milestone, the hospitality group will be offering special rates for hotels and group gatherings, sharing details about their history, hosting public events and more throughout 2022. Some of these unique celebrations include the unveiling of the new Miss Peg’s Parlour, a fall gala, chef’s table dinners, hotel deals and special presentations. The Inns will relaunch their annual Wedding Show on March 27 from noon to 3 p.m. to mark the celebration.

Historic Inns properties are nestled in the historic district of downtown Annapolis, within walking distance of concerts, shopping and award-winning restaurants. During the winter months, the Historic Inns will offer a special 250th hotel rate with a welcome basket, group meeting and special event with a free signature break, food and beverage discounts, and more. The Historic Inns announce the reopening of the Taverne du Roi de France. Recently updated, the Tavern event space will accommodate up to 100 guests in the Maryland Inn building showcasing the original brick and historic tunnel leading to the Statehouse. By candlelight or natural light, the historic structure and intimate atmosphere are perfect for group events and small wedding receptions. The Maryland Inn will also be available on weekends to visit public areas, including the King of France’s Tavern and other historic areas.

Not only will hotels have a 250e rate and group specials, but historic inns will also create Chef’s Table dinners, a fall gala with dinner and dancing, unveil events and specials at Drummer’s. Lot Pub and will host Christmas events including the Holiday Marketplace showcasing local and historic items on Main Street. The Drummer’s Lot Pub will unveil iconic historic drink specials with a modern twist. The pub is well known for being the location of drummer William Butterfield, who carried the daily city news through a variety of intricate drumbeats. During the 1750s, he disseminated public information to the people of Annapolis, standing on what locals called the “Drummer’s Lot”. In 1776, this historic lot became the home of the Maryland Inn, a popular lodging spot throughout the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

Today, the Maryland Inn and its former sister properties, the Governor Calvert House and the Robert Johnson House, form the Historic Inns of Annapolis, each with a unique ambience that reflects the colorful stories of famous guests of yesteryear. Today’s guests enjoy modern features and amenities, enhanced by the rich traditions of this charming port community. For more information on meetings, groups, and custom events, please contact 410-216-6326 or email [email protected] For press and online information, please contact [email protected]


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CONTACT: Michelle Vellon Historic Inns of Annapolis 410-216-6326 [email protected] Meagan Connolly Alchemi Design & Publications 443-321-9895 [email protected]