I LOVE Reynold's Tavern - in my opinion, it is THE place to stay in Annapolis. They only have 3 rooms - and I've only ever stayed in the Mary Reynold's Room, but both times were seriously magical. The owners are as sweet and accommodating as can be, and you feel like you just stepped back in time. The rooms are immaculately decorated and the location is prime, right on the Circle, in the heart of Annapolis. Rooms are a little pricey, but for what you get it's worth it. You also get a complementary delicious breakfast with french press coffee, and the freshest of whatever is coming out of the kitchen that day. NOTE: if you are going on the ghost tour, this was one of the stops (in the pub underneath) and the story is about the haunting of the Mary Reynold's room - super cool, but we did not see a ghost.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in a prominent position on Church Circle, Reynolds Tavern is convenient for the historic district, shops, restaurants and the United States Naval Academy. The building has been restored beautifully to reflect the working nature of the tavern and the elegance of the 18th Century. Reynolds Tavern is the oldest tavern in Annapolis and one of the oldest in the U.S. We have 3 rooms all en-suite, and luxuriously appointed, which offer a unique atmosphere just steps away from the Capital Building. Whatever your tastes the Tavern has something to offer you. Sly Fox Pub & Restaurant in the cellar gives you a flavor of what a pub was like over 250 years ago, We have casual dining and alfresco dining in the courtyard. Reynolds Tea Room has lunch, English afternoon tea and elegant casual dining in the evening. ... more less