Our room was clean and (like the inn itself) quite charming. Be aware, though, other than Historic St Mary's City, there is not much to do in the area--it is very very rural. Also, management needs to pay a lot more attention to small details. Some areas of the exterior of the inn seem neglected. There were problems inside, too; flowers on our table at breakfast were dead. There was a coffee maker in the hall outside our room, but there were no cups; and there were no cups or tissues in our bathroom. Our room had recently been painted and looked very fresh and attractive, but the dusty drapes and a paint can were sitting on the floor of our closet. Our sheets and towels were not changed (the room was not made up) while we were there--had some one checked, the tissue box might have been replaced. We were not informed about any attractions in the area (we stumbled on some pamphlets in a desk in the downstairs hall) or even how to lock/unlock the front door if we came in late. Breakfast was mediocre and presented in an indifferent manner by the innkeeper--who is clearly expected to do too much by her employers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historic St. Mary's City's Inn at Brome Howard is the best lodging option for people visiting St. Mary's City. Rest easy at this restored 1840s home furnished with many period pieces. Enjoy views of the serene St. Mary's River, starry nights, and the quiet comfort of one of four serene bedrooms tastefully decorated with heirloom furniture, luxury linens, antiques, and period artwork. Plan a small gathering in the restored plantation house or formal garden, or decorate our on-site party tent for a larger celebration. Full coordination of your event, from furnishings to flowers and everything in between, can be flawlessly presented at affordable prices. A day away, a weekend event, whatever you're planning -- we are ready to help make it happen. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Inn At Brome Howard Hotel Saint Mary`s City