We reserved the top end room at the Horn Inn, the Sequoia. The location of the inn was perfect for us. The decor was very nice and fairly quiet. Other than that, not much to rave about. For the prices asked one would expect the availability of a cup of tea or coffee in the afternoon (or when ever) as well as some available snacks. We are used to seeing fresh flowers, news papers in the sitting rooms available non alcoholic beverages and snacks at a number of other B&Bs we have stayed at.The breakfasts were underwhelming, not bad but not great (Roasted Vegetable Fritatta and Lemon Ricotta Pancakes) and the coffee only OK. We had to wait for Saturdays breakfast, it was a bit late and no coffee was available before about 8:15. Corey was nice, we never saw his wife although his daughter helped with Sunday breakfast. While I would say our stay was OK, it certainly was not worth the almost $590 price tag for two nights! The somewhat forward attempt at a gratuity on the bill was also presumptuous. Basically you are renting a room in their house for a lot of money. We will check out some other offerings in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Since 2002, Cory and Carol have welcomed over 23,000 guests from around the world to their convenient location with a noteworthy brand of hospitality. You should make a plan to visit their refreshingly charming, upscale Bed and Delicious Breakfast! The INN carries recognition from National Geographic Adventure Travel, USA Today, Coastal Living Magazine, Washingtonian Magazine and other national and international publications. Green practices highlighted by US EPA, Maryland Green Travel and Annapolis Green organizations. ... more less