Scarborough Fair Bed & Breakfast

Address: 801 South Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21230, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Federal Hill-Montgomery area of Baltimore, is near Maryland Science Center, Federal Hill Park, Rash Field, and Resurgam Gallery.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Scarborough Fair Bed & Breakfast Baltimore

    Excellent Bed & Breakfast

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    An excellent Bed & Breakfast in a great location, just a block from the Inner Harbor. The rooms are well appointed and very comfortable. Sleep late and have a great breakfast before heading out to all the attractions. The owners treat their customers the way they should be treated -- as a guest, not just a way to make a living. They recognize who the "customer" is and bend over backwards to make your stay as comfortable as possible. I wish all facilities were as customer friendly as this facility.

    Awesome B&B

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    My husband and I have been visiting Baltimore at least once a year for the past several years. We have tried many different hotels and B&Bs. Scarborough Fair is by far the best place we have stayed. The staff is magnificent. They were so helpful with everything. Nicole even printed out our boarding passes for us for our flight home.

    The location is great. You can walk anywhere in the inner harbor area including Camden Yards. We stayed in the Curran Room and it was beautifully decorated and very spacious as was the attached bathroom. They serve a full gourmet breakfast and cookies in the afternoon.

    We will definitely be back to the Scarborough Fair and highly recommended it to anyone visiting Baltimore.

    Home away from home

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    My wife and our friends have stayed with Ashley, Ellen,and Claudette

    the past two years. We are treated and feel like family. The inn is close to everything! Our room is always impeccable. The breakfast is superb and service is the best. We stay duriing Preakness week, and although the town is packed we are tucked away in a wonderful home away from home. We'll keep coming back as long as they keep running the Preakness!

    Beautiful ambiance and superb staff!!

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    My husband and I needed a last minute getaway and found this wonderful Bed and Breakfast by referal of a good friend. I am so thankful that we decided to book with the Scarborough's.

    When we arrived, there was afternoon tea accompanied with homemade cookies!! The rooms were beautiful, not to mention clean!! There wasnt a speck of dust or a spot on the wall. The next morning the two innkeepers were more than warm as they presented again, a gorgeous arrangement of a country dish, however, displayed to peak at the top of any food critics list!

    I was so impressed at how great the service was. I must say I didn't expect that! We will definetly be returning again as well as telling all of our friends to go visit Ashley, Claudette and Nicole at our favorite Bed and Breakfast, the Scarborough Fair!!

    The Best B&B in Baltimore!

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    A wonderful place to stay, especially for people who want to get away from the noise of downtown Baltimore. Located within easy walking distance of Inner Harbor and several fantastic restaurants. I was served a delicious full-course breakfast everyday, far exceeding the food I've had at other B&B's. The rooms are tastefully decorated; the cleanliness is superb. I stayed at Scarborough Fair for several weeks due to business commitments and thoroughly enjoyed my stay there; I can't say enough good things about it.

    Absolutly wonderful place to stay!

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    Last week, my fiance and I took a 4-day vacation to Baltimore's Inner Harbor. We booked a room at Scarborough Fair, a beautiful Bed & Breakfast located 2 blocks from the harbor (about a 5 minute walk). We had never stayed in a Bed & Breakfast before, and we made the decision to do so because we would get a complimentary breakfast ecah morning and parking was included (all things that most of the locas hotels do not offer). Plus, it was close to the harbor, our room would have a working fireplace, and a jaccuzi tub. We arrived at check-in time and were warmly greeted. The atmousphere was wonderful...the house was full of antiques, the decor was beautiful, and the inn keepers were very helpful. And our room was fantastic. It was so clean and fresh! And on top of everything else, the breakfasts were out of this world! We ate everything from their homemade granola, fresh juice, freshly made bread pudding, asparagus omlets, delicious waffles with slices of banana and strawberries, and tons of freshly made pasteries. They post the menu in the dining area and lay out fresh cookies (yummy!) each afternoon for their guests. The rooms each have their own bathroom and it was quiet even though the Bed & Breakfast was directly on the street. We felt so comfortable and welcomed that I didn't want to leave. I highly reccommend Scarborough Fair if you are visiting the Inner Harbor area for a week or overnight. And the prices are what you'd pay at every other hotel close to the harbor!

    LOVED IT!!!!

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    This bed and breakfast was so spic and span clean. The Scarboroughs are so friendly and nice. Great place to stay.

    Nicest B&B yet

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    We stayed in the Hickory Vale room for three nights. It was a beautiful room with a nice bathroom and *big* jacuzzi tub for two. The water pressure in the shower was excellent, too (a concern with some older buildings.) Breakfast was beautifully presented and tasty. I don't really like eggs, and the owners very nicely worked my breakfast menu around this - no problems. Location is great - you can walk to the Inner Harbor and Camden Yards. The neighborhood is charming and the Scarborough Fair has put together a nice binder of neighborhood hangouts and restaurants for you to peruse in your room. The complimentary beverages and afternoon snacks are a nice touch. Very enjoyable stay!

    Simply the best

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    My wife and stayed at Scarborough Fair for two nights and oculdn't have been more pleased. The exterior is charming, the rooms are beautiful, and bathrooms are spotless. We had a wonderful breakfast each morning and complimentary soft drinks and ice are available in the dining room. The inn is within walking distance to Oriole Park and the Inner Harbor area. There are many restaurants and cafes in the area. The innkeeper keeps brochures on hand for all the attractions in the area. The hospitality is great...we wish we didn't have to leave. I would plan another trip to Baltimore just to stay here again!

    P.S. Offstreet parking included makes Scarborough Fair just about perfect.

    The Best Accomodation I Have Seen

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    Perfect in every way. Considering location, hospitality, comfort and price, I am certain that the Scarborough Fair is the best accomodation in Baltimore and perhaps the region. I have stayed there on many occasions and found it to be excellent every time. Every guest need was anticipated and every detail taken care of. The comfort of the beautiful rooms and the delight of the elegant, hearty breakfasts are only eclipsed by grace and kindness of the inn keepers.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Scarborough Fair Bed & Breakfast Baltimore

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