Parsonage Inn

Address: 210 North Talbot Street, Saint Michaels, Maryland, 21663, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 210 North Talbot Street, Saint Michaels, is near Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Sail Selina II, Patriot Cruises, and Saint Michaels Winery.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Parsonage Inn Saint Michaels

      Excellent place to stay

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      My husband and I just returned from a weekend getaway stay at Parsonage Inn. The room and bathroom were very clean and neat as well as very comfortable. The owners made every effort to accomendate every need. They gave suggestions for places

      to visit and eat and even made reservations. The gourmet breakfasts were unbelievable. We are already planning our next visit.

      Another satisfied customer..... Thanks Bonnie & Joe

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      We stayed only one night (1/20/07) but had a great time. If you have not been to Stain Michael's Island before it is a must for romantic getaways. The Inn is very quaint and Bonnie and Joe are great hosts. The location is good right in town and the rooms are spotless. The breakfast and snacks were fantastic. I highly recommend this Inn.

      We love the Parsonage Inn

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      My parents and I have been to the Parsonage Inn several times and love it. I have been taken my husband Jeff down to the Parsonage Inn now every time we go down to St. Michaels we stay there. He and just love it. It is the best bed-and-breakfast down there. I have been going to St. Michaels a long time and at the Parsonage Inn you can't beat the atmosphere with Bonnie and Joe. They make you feel right at home. Joe has such a good sens of humor he will make you laugh. The breakfast is excellent. You get plenty to eat. They have tea and cookies in the afternoon. They have bikes you can ride around town which is nice. The location is right in town and you can walk to everything. Once you stay at the Parsonage Inn you won't stay anywhere else. You won't be disappointed. I can bet on it.

      Linda and Jeff Stout

      Great Rooms, Great Food, Great People

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      This is our second time at the Parsonage Inn and it was as fabulous as the first time. We have already booked our trip to stay next year at the Parsonage. You won't be disappointed with the great breakfast and the great innkeepers. Your breakfast will be very tasty and Joe and Bonnie are very friendly and make you feel at home. There are many unique rooms to choose from and so far we have been happy with the two we have stayed in. We definitely love St. Michaels and will be coming back to the Parsonage for our stay.

      A Really Wonderful B&B !!!!

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      We visited St. Michael's for the first time in early October 2006. We were lucky enough to have great weather for our two day visit, but the accomodations and people at The Parsonage Inn made our visit extra special.

      After doing some investigating on-line, we were attracted to the Parsonage Inn by the "Chesepeake Experience" package that they offer. This included a two night stay (with two breakfasts), two tickets to the Maritime Museum, $40 off dinner at the Chesepeake Landing restaurant (great seafood meal) and the highlight, a skipjack sail!!!

      When we made the reservation, I wasn't sure what a skipjack was. It's a 49-person sailboat which was used for oystering which is now classified as a national landmark. We went on a 5:00pm 2-hour sunset sail which was just perfect. It's a fun "working" sail filled with interesting stories from Captain Wade aboard the Rebecca T. Ruark....really an experience not to be missed.

      We were able to choose our room at the Parsonage Inn because there weren't many people there during our visit. We had a beautiful room with a comfy king size bed and a TV (not available in all rooms). Another nice feature here was the off-street parking and a private entrance to our room. We had two great breakfasts, one of which was the Innkeeper's specialty, a breakfast pudding. The Inn is located on the edge of town which made for a convenient walk to the shops and a very quiet atmosphere at night.

      The Innkeepers, Bonnie and Joe, were very pleasant, as was Donna who made the breakfasts during our visit. Donna was also very helpful with tips on how to plan our stay, directions home, etc.

      All in all, this was a very nice getaway for us. The Parsonage Inn is a great place to stay. We highly recommend this B and B in St. Michael's MD. We had an asbolutely wonderful time!!!!

      Jack and Jeanine from Hamilton, NJ

      Parsonage is Perfect

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      We stayed at the Parsonage Inn 9/22/06 - 9/24/06. Innkeepers Bonnie and Joe are excellent hosts. Breakfast and the afternoon "tea" were something to look forward to. Joe and Bonnie would give dinner advice and help book activities in the area. Don't hesitate to book at the Parsonage Inn if you like a traditional B&B

      Loved the Parsonage

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      The room, the food and the innkeepers were excellent. I went there on my honeymoon and it was very romantic. I strongly recommend it to anyone wishing for a romantic getaway. Lots of personality in this place.

      Parsonage Inn a good choice

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      Our two night stay in Room 1 of the Parsonage Inn was very pleasant. The spotless room was attractive, with two comfortable chairs (and lights with three-way bulbs - great for reading). Gregarious Inn keepers Bonnie and Joe were most accomodating, making restaurant reservations, informing us about events in town, providing enjoyable breakfasts, offering their off-street parking for our car the day of checkout and promptly informing us of belongings accidentially left in the room and mailing them to us. The location, immediately across from the entrance to Maritime museum, was very convenient and the center of St. Michaels was an easy walk. We would stay again on returning and would suggest it as a good option for family and friends.

      Great getaway spot with wonderful innkeepers

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      The inn is very nice and our room was attractive. Innkeepers Bonnie and Joe are warm people who care about what they are doing. The breakfast Joe prepares is just sensational. We'd go back in a minute!

      Perfect Location w/Great Food

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      This was our first visit to St. Michaels, and we are already planning to go next year. We will be staying at the Parsonage Inn again.

      The Parsonage Inn was a very unique-looking brick Victorian, with Bonnie & Joe providing all the little touches. The food was great, as was the company, and the rooms are nice and neatly kept -- much cleaner than the major hotel I had stayed at 2 weeks earlier on business. The location was perfect for walking the town, and the hosts had suggestions for those who need them (for restaurants, etc.). Bikes were available for us to use (free) and they have the much valued off-street parking. They even offered us to leave our cars there the day we checked out so we could continue to enjoy the town for the day.

      I was very impressed and really enjoyed the entire weekend. It was the little touches I most noticed, from the Inn postcards left in the room to send home, to the fluffy towels and quality soaps, etc. left in the bathroom. Our room even had a gas fireplace, but it was too warm to use.

      A strong recommendation for this B&B.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Parsonage Inn Saint Michaels

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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