|Space||1,250 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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This delightful two bedroom, two full bath duplex occupies the second and third floors of a lovely home built in 1900, under the dome of the USNA Chapel. A beautiful park-like garden behind the house features a flagstone patio and serpentine pathway, and exquisite landscaping.
The entry to the home is framed by an inviting front porch, and inside the front door is a small vestibule with a separate entrance and stairs to the second level. At the top of the stairs there is a nicely equipped fully renovated kitchen with granite countertops, which overlooks the garden. To the right is a full bathroom with a clawfoot tub and shower, and next down the hall is a queen sized bedroom. At the front of the house is a welcoming living room, equipped with TV and cable, and plenty of seating for groups.
The third floor is a large master suite with a queen bed, a second full bath, and a queen sized futon for expansion. Bed and bath linens are provided.
The house is conveniently located between Gate 1 and Gate 3 of the Naval Academy, and is a 5 minute walk to the harbor, popular restaurants, and shopping that Historic Annapolis is known for.
As a reminder, there is no smoking allowed anywhere on the premises, and guests must have the written permission of the owners to host gatherings for non-registered guests.
Please contact Marlys via email for more details and availability. We look forward to welcoming you as our guest.
Restaurant recommendations are:
Our favorite pub is Galway Bay on Maryland Ave. Their potato skins and their lamb sliders on the $5 happy hour menu are amazing, but all their food is good (try the Shepherds Pie). Great atmosphere, and there's an Irish singer 4pm Sundays.
A close runner up is McGarvey's Saloon & Oyster Bar in the heart of downtown at 8 Market Space.
Osteria is half-way up the south side of Main Street -- excellent, but pricey. Someone definitely has to try the salmon.
Harry Brown's on State Circle is also pricey but excellent, and the bar area upstairs has a great happy hour and wonderful ambience.
If you're up for a 5 min drive across the bridge to Eastport, The Chart House and Carrol's Creek are both excellent.
A well known favorite of "foodies" is Vin 909 in Eastport, but you need to be there by 4:45 to get in. Friends have arrived at 5:30, and were never seated throughout the night, though they have some great wine choices while you wait.
Don't miss Sofi's crepes for a quick and delicious snack or lunch (on Craig St, across from the USNA Barry Gate, near Ego Alley)
Our favorite breakfast is at The Boatyard in Eastport, where the breakfast menu is expansive, and if you get there before 10am on the weekends, the mimosas and Bloody Mary's are $2 and worth the rush. Closer to home, The Iron Rooster (down by the Market Place) is very good (especially the shrimp & grits), and Chick and Ruth's on Main Street is always a treat.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable Damage Deposit||C$668|