Brampton Bed And Breakfast Inn

Address: 25227 Chestertown Road, Chestertown, Maryland, 21620, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 25227 Chestertown Road, Chestertown, is near Chester River Craft and Art School.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Brampton Bed And Breakfast Inn Chestertown

      Fabulous East Coast Experience

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      We spent 2 wonderful days at the Brampton Inn. Fabulous large and

      comfortable room. Immaculate, uncluttered and tasteful. Imaginative

      breakfast menu to choose from, served in an elegant dining room. Perfect

      front porch for a lazy afternoon rest. Attention to detail and delightful

      innkeepers. We shall return on our next trip east.

      Heaven for Tired Bicyclist!

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      I inquired of the management about room lighting and quietness - -was not disappointed! The hosts are extremely responsive to lodger needs. The Inn is an impeccable rendition of what we all hope a country inn to be. The room was delightful, cool (it was 93 that day) and the public rooms and grounds welcoming. Breakfast a delight! Will return.

      Brampton Inn was wonderful!

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      My husband and I just returned from a short but wonderful stay at the Brampton Inn. We were looking for a quiet, relaxing getaway to celebrate our 2nd wedding anniversary. We stayed in the "West Room" of the Sunset Cottage, which was beautifully furnished and extremely comfortable (included fireplace and jacuzzi). It even had a patio surrounded by blooming flowerbeds. In fact, the main house, our cottage, and the gardens were so lovely and peaceful, we decided to forego a day trip to Annapolis, in favor of a shorter, closer trip to Chestertown, then an afternoon of lounging back at the Inn. We enjoyed sitting on the porch swing, sipping iced tea and petting Slipper the cat (who does not go into the buildings, but is sometimes seen around the porch). The hospitality was excellent. The innkeepers, Danielle and Michael, made us feel right at home. Their home-cooked breakfasts were very tasty... fresh fruit (right out of their garden), homemade muffins, and delicious waffles and omelets. Due to my food allergies (celiac-- no wheat), I have to be very careful with what I eat... Danielle very graciously used a special pancake and muffin mix to make my breakfasts. I can honestly say it was the best breakfast I'd had in years, and I was really touched by their efforts. Even though we weren't the only guests at the Inn, they made us feel like we were. We hated to leave Brampton Inn and get back to reality, but we had a lovely time there and hope to return in the future.

      Perfect Weekend Getaway for Active Empty-Nesters

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      This was our second visit to beautiful and serene Brampton Inn. We spent two nights (this time) at the Brampton and were the first couple to enjoy the new Kayaking/Biking package offered by the Inn Keepers Mike and Danielle. This was probably one of the best (and most perfect) weekends my husband and I have spent together in twenty years. I can sum up our weeken visit to the Brampton as "simple elegance" and extreme relaxation. Mike and Danielle's were most gracious with their hospitaility second to none - every detail was taken care of from the spotless accommodations to the exquisitly prepare breakfasts. The fruits are fresh, the juices made with freshly sqeezed oranges and grapefruit (among others) and the entrees light but wonderfully filling. Oh and let's not forget Danielle's trademark muffins, made daily and served warm from the oven. I can't imagine a more delightful place to stay than at the Brampton Inn. We intend to come back again, at least until we've stayed in each and every lovely decorated room. Thank you Mike and Danielle for a fun and romantic weekend. Sincerely, Charlie and Mary Jo

      Bramptom Inn, a wonderful getaway

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      We just stayed two nights at the Brampton Inn and enjoyed it so much. The house is lovely with a huge wrap around porch and the grounds have many large trees which shade the house and screen it from the road. It was incredably relaxing and peaceful. The breakfasts were wonderful with scrumptiuos baked muffins and scones plus the best sausage I have ever had. I indulged even though I don't usually eat sausage. Every aspect of the breakfast was top quality with raspberries and strawberries from a beautiful cottage garden in the back. We stayed in the least expensive room for $125.00 a night, during the week. It was light and airy with a huge king size bed and wonderful sheets. The other rooms are beautifully decorated and the house has been expertly restored. Danielle, the Inn keeper and her husband are extremely welcoming and down to earth. While there we visited Chestertown, a wonderful small town but more substantial because of Washington College. We also visited Rock Hall and Eastern Neck Island National Wildlife Refuge. We had an extremely enjoyable stay and can't wait to go back.

      Brampton is a Delight!

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      My husband and I recently celebrated our 14th. anniversary at Brampton. We have been going there over 10 years to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries. Needless to say, we love it. Danielle and Michael are the best innkeepers we have ever found. They provide the perfect mix of helpfulness and warmth blended with respect for the privacy of their guests. They make us feel like Brampton is our home away from home.

      We have tried most of the rooms and each are charming in their own way. Our favorites are the Yellow Room, the Blue Room and Russell's Cottage.

      Breakfast at Brampton is a gourmet delight: always fresh fruit and juice, homemade muffins and preserves and a choice of hot entree along with a selection of teas or coffee. Afternoon tea is a lovely touch also.

      Brampton is the perfect overnight getaway, but also a wonderful place to linger for several days. The beautiful porch with wicker furniture invites you to curl up with a good book, a cup of tea and the company of Slippers the cat. Their beautiful garden enhances the experience.

      We have been so pleased that we have given gift certificates to our friends so they can enjoy Brampton also.

      Peaceful and Romantic

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      Brampton Inn is one of the wonderful treasures of the eastern shore of Maryland. This beautiful and lovingly restored 1860 plantation house surrounded by georgeous landscaping provides a quiet retreat from the busy world. Each room has been meticulously decorated with antiques and period pieces. From the wonderful bed dressings, well appointed bathrooms, and woodburing fireplaces or stoves, to the beautiful and comfortable dining room and gathering areas, peace and restfulness will surround you. It is easy to imagine spending an entire day on the fabulous three-sided portch.

      Innkeepers Michael and Danielle provide warm and attentive service, and strive to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible. From making reservations at a local resturant to suggesting places to explore they are always available to ensure your visit is all you want it to be. Danielle's gourmet breakfasts of homemade muffins, preserves, fresh squeezed juice, and delectables such as omelets, pancakes, waffles and more will leave you delightfully satisfied and ready to start a day of sightseeing and shopping.

      My husband and I have been retreating to Brampton since 1988. We have watched it grow from four rooms to its magnificence today. We always leave refreshed, renewed, relaxed and well-fed. We highly recommend the Brampton Inn when you visit the eastern shore.

      Absolutely the best

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      Brampton is absolutely everything a Bed & Breakfast should be. The property is just outside of town with acres of quiet surrounding the main house. The porch alone is worth the drive, but go inside because much of the original wood floor, door, and mouldings are to be enjoyed. Danielle and Michael are terrific hosts, and there is nothing they haven't thought of to ensure a comfortable stay. When the weather is chilly, and it was in December, Michael lays firewood so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the warmth of your room's fireplace. We have stayed here several times and like the whirlpool tubs, but our favorite is the jetted shower that is perfect for easing sore, tired muscles.

      Don't miss breakfast. Danielle offers a selection of tempting entrees. Her muffins are terrific, and her French Toast is the best! Chestertown is great fun to explore...we love the historic houses that line the downtown streets and shopping in unique shops.

      Brampton deserves its reputation for excellence. What a treat to stay here. We'll return whenever the schedule permits!

      Great Getaway

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      We discovered The Brampton Inn through a review in a magazine. It truly was everything the article said it was. Wonderful hosts, delicious breakfasts and treats in the afternoon. But the highlight was definitely the room we stayed in (The Blue Room) with the roaring fireplace (that Michael so skillfully prepared for us). We look forward to going back soon!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Brampton Bed And Breakfast Inn Chestertown

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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