Inn at Horn Point
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Great Anniversary Getaway
Really loved the "Sequoia" room for our anniversary stay. Especially loved the hospitality of the inn keeper - Cory. Recommended dinner at nearby O'Learys and made reservations for us. What a great dinner!! Also enjoyed being able to walk to Annapolis or take the water taxi. Wonderful creme brulee french toast in the morning with hot coffee, fresh orange juice, and fruit. Recommend highly!
Cute little inn!
My husband and I were looking to stay in Annapolis for just a night, mid-week in July. We found the Inn at Horn Point through a bed and breakfast website and chose it for it's great location, the privacy, and the friendliness of its owners. We weren't disappointed! Though our stay was brief, Cory made us feel very welcome, having our room ready a little early for us and making sure we were well fed in the morning (with a hot breakfast!). The walk to downtown Annapolis took about 15 minutes . . .the one thing I would say is that if you're visiting during the sticky summer months, it might be better to drive downtown from the inn. The walk was nice but we went in the middle of the day and it was quite hot.
Other than that, we had a wonderful stay and hope to visit the Inn at Horn Point again in the future.
Wonderful rooms and one of the best breakfasts I have ever had! Highly recommended
Weekend with friends
I met with three friends for a weekend. We had the four upstairs rooms and felt like we were in a comfortable cozy house to catch up on old times. I had the sequoia with the fireplace which was great and would love to go back with my spouse. Cory made us great breakfasts. There were many restarurants close by and an easy walk into shopping and historic houses. It was great and I would highly recommend it.
Loved the Inn at Horn Point
My husband and I were so lucky to experience 3
perfect nights at the Inn at Horn Point.
From the initial contact ,and consistently through our visit we experienced exactly what we were looking for.
A peaceful setting,walking distance from historic Annapolis,
O'Leary's (sp?) seafood restaurent (Thank you Cory),and
the perfect Innkeeper(s) who presented gourmet breakfast's,
excellent directions, and the best recommendation for
a romantic picnic spot at sunset.
We stayed in the Sequoia and it was worth every penny-
a clawfoot tub,soothing fireplace,sitting area to read by the
fire,a porch to watch the sunrise,and a king size bed,with at least 8 pillows that I'm still missing!We even had some chocolate and pistacio's waiting on our bed when we checked in.
My husband and I travel frequently and the oppurtunity to stay in a 1902 historic home,with gorgeous rooms,as well as
an incredible history was just what we needed.
Solitude,the best breakasts (and I do mean the best),
quiet neighborhood, a block from the Bay,dinner spots a walk away.The Innkeeper's were attentive,and answered all of our questions regarding sights,history and places to eat.
We would not hesitate to recommend the Inn at Hornpoint to our family and friends.
Eine fabelhafte Pension!
Mein Mann und ich sind gerade von einem schönen Wochenende aus Annapolis zurückgekehrt, wo wir im Inn übernachtet hat. Es war wirklich super. Der Gastgeber Cory hat sich um alles gekümmert und hat uns wie Gäste in seinem eigenen Zuhause behandelt. Das Essen war ausgezeichnet und das Sequoia-Zimmer sehr groß und wunderschön. Meinem Mann haben vor allem die "Gute-Nacht"-Cookies gefallen, ich war vom superleckeren Frühstück begeistert. Die Empfehlung von Cory für unser Geburtstagsabendessen war genau das, was wir uns vorgestellt hatten. Wir kommen definitiv wieder!
Such a fabulous inn!
My husband and I just returned from a lovely weekend in Annapolis where we stayed at the Inn. It was truly delightful- Cory, our host, saw to everything and treated us like welcome guests in his home. The food was outstanding and the Sequoia room was really large and beautiful. My husband particularly enjoyed the "good night" cookies which were left for us while I enjoyed the delicious breakfasts. Cory's recommendations for our birthday dinner were right on target for what we wanted. We will definitely be back!
My wife and I stayed there for our first anniversary recently and loved it. It's an extremely charming place with a great location (~1 block to the water, ~1 mile - certainly walkable - to downtown Annapolis, and ~1.2 miles to the Naval Academy). The Bonneys are blessed with the gift of hospitality, and it showed throughout our brief stay with them. The atmosphere is relaxing, the food was superb, and there were several extra touches: they had fresh chocolate chip cookies and some other things to help us celebrate our anniversary. We'd certainly stay there again and would highly recommend it to anyone thinking of staying in that area.
Absolutely quiet and romantic place to come to.
No tv allowed us to get reacquainted, didn't know how much we needed that Wonderful breakfast whether continental or full
Extremely gracious hosts who left wonderful homemade sweet snacks every night when they turned down bed spreads....
Heaven....worth every cent...we stayed in King Bed room with fireplace loved it...had private balcony...and view of water
Out standing Breakfasts
We had a wonderful time and truly appreciate the outstanding hospitality..the breakfasts were the best we had for the 2 weeks we were traveling..Thanks again ! Pete & Mary Lou Oatman
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