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Bed & Breakfasts in Baltimore

Baltimore's bed and breakfasts combine historic charm with modern amenities. Check out these cozy Charm City accommodations.

Finding the perfect place to stay is one of the first steps in any trip-planning process, and you’re spoiled for choice in Charm City. Here, you’ll find ultra-modern and luxury boutique hotels in addition to quaint B&Bs that can transport you to a bygone Baltimore era. Whether you seek a quiet downtown escape or a more rural retreat on the city’s edge, Baltimore’s bed and breakfasts deliver when it comes to history, hospitality and convenience.

1840s Carrollton Inn

exterior view of the 1840s Carrolton Inn

The 1840s Carrollton Inn is located within walking distance of Power Plant Live, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and Port Discovery Children’s Museum.

Named for Founding Father and Declaration of Independence signer Charles Carroll, the 1840s Carrollton Inn is comprised of a series of interconnected rowhomes, some of which date back to the 19th century. The boutique hotel surrounds a stunning courtyard adjacent to the 1840s Plaza, a wedding and event venue. Lush sheets, whirlpool tubs, plush robes provide a relaxing atmosphere while the gourmet breakfast provides the fuel you need for a day of sightseeing or business. Located adjacent to Baltimore’s Little Italy neighborhood, the inn is also within walking distance of The Reginald F. Lewis Museum and Port Discovery Children’s Museum.

BlancNoir Bed and Breakfast

With just four thoughtfully decorated rooms, BlancNoir is a quaint escape in the heart of Little Italy. The bed and breakfast also features spacious sitting rooms on each floor stocked with Smart TVs, wine glasses, books and board games—everything you need for a restful evening. Guests are encouraged to mingle in the large living room on the ground floor, which contains a gas fireplace to warm up chilly nights. For breakfast, you can choose to dine al fresco on the grand deck, the patio or in the dining room. Want to make it a little more romantic? BlancNoir can add a bouquet of flowers or a bottle of champagne to your room upon request.

BlancNoir exterior

Little Italy is a paradise for lovers of Italian food and culture. Stop by Vaccaro’s for a sweet treat; the neighborhood institution has been serving cannolis, Italian cookies and more since 1956.

Gramercy Mansion

Located just outside the city, Gramercy Mansion is a lush romantic oasis with beautifully landscaped gardens, eleven bed and breakfast rooms, two grand event venues and the oldest organic farm in Maryland. Join owner Anne Pomykala for guided tours of the estate on Tuesdays in the spring, summer and fall to learn about the sculptures, fountains and flowers that give Gramercy its whimsical charm. It’s the perfect abode for those visiting Baltimore-area colleges and universities such as Johns Hopkins, Stevenson, Loyola, Goucher and Towson—all of which are within driving distance of the inn. Gramercy is also a TAG-approved B&B, meaning it has received recognition for its inclusivity toward LGBTQ+ individuals.

A walkway of pink roses leads to a quaint brick bed and breakfast

Learn more about the lush florals that give Gramercy Mansion its charm during a guided tour led by owner Anne Pomykala.

Madison House

Once the first orthopedic clinic in America, Madison House hosted famous figures like John F. Kennedy, Katherine Hepburn, Franklin Roosevelt and Errol Flynn. The 1850s mansion was fully restored in 2016 and now features nine artfully decorated guest rooms equipped with fine Egyptian linens and luxe bathrooms. Common areas include an entertainment room, spacious salon and parlor, a large courtyard and a private parking lot with ample space for guest vehicles. Madison House is located in historic Mount Vernon, steps away from Baltimore’s Washington Monument.

madison house interior

Madison House is located in historic Mount Vernon, home to iconic Baltimore attractions like the Washington Monument, Walters Art Museum and Flower Mart.

Rachael’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast

Historic charm and convenience come together at Rachael’s Dowry Bed & Breakfast, which is within walking distance of the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards and Federal Hill. The six-bedroom home played host to George and Martha Washington in the 1790s, and the property retains its 18th-century atmosphere with authentic antique decor, a comfortable library and private garden. Free parking is available on site, and your stay comes with a gourmet two-course breakfast as well as afternoon tea to help you unwind in between trips to nearby attractions such as the American Visionary Art Museum and the National Aquarium.

Couches aurrounding a lit fireplace

Walk in the footsteps of George and Martha Washington at Rachael’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast!

Wilson House

A frequent Best of Baltimore winner, this bed and breakfast has a storied past as the place where William Jennings Bryant tapped Woodrow Wilson to be a presidential candidate in 1912 and where Wilson gave his acceptance speech once he won the election. Start your day with an elegant breakfast on antique German china and enjoy complimentary wine and cheese every evening in the music parlor. On the cusp of downtown and North Baltimore, Wilson House is a great choice for those coming to Baltimore via Penn Station or artistic individuals looking to explore the Walters Art Museum, catch a show at The Lyric or tour the Maryland Institute College of Art.