The Old Brick Inn

Address: 401 S. Talbot Street, Saint Michaels, Maryland, 21663, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 401 S. 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 The Old Brick Inn Saint Michaels

    Great little place in St. Michaels


    Had a great time at the Old Brick Inn. We arrived late, without a reservation, and found Jon to be very accomodating. The room was very comfortable and we got a very good rate. Breakfast the next morning was quite good. All in all, a very charming place.

    Should be BREAKFAST and Bed


    We enjoyed St. Michael's, but not having a boat, found it a bit small and sedate for our taste.

    We therefore spent a great deal of our time at the Old Brick Inn where we were staying. The inn was clean and beautifully furnished. We had to clear space for ourselves on the bed- I'm not sure either of us actually counted the pillows, but they were quite comfortable. There was cable TV, but I am pretty sure we didn't have it on more than 5 minutes. The Jacuzzi tub was nice and very welcomed. The pool was small, but refreshing and the wireless internet was accessible poolside as well in the room. But BREAKFAST, wow. We stayed two nights and were planning to go on to Annapolis early the last morning, but after the first breakfast, we knew we had to stay at least long enough to get breakfast. It was worth it.

    Michael & Linda

    Delightful stay at the Old Brick Inn


    This is charming inn in the old part of St. Michaels, MD. The room was cheerful, clean, and in excellent shape. The owners are cordial, trusting and helpful. The inn is convenient to the old town attractions in St. Michaels and is easy walking disance to the harbor and good restaurants. It is a nice place to stay that's near Washington, DC. The biggest disadvantage is that it is on the main street, i.e. Talbot Street and it may be possible to hear some traffic noise if you leave the windows open. But we heard none because we were on patio and pool side of the building. The breakfasts were nicely done and well presented. As with most B&B's there is no elevator to the upstairs rooms. But there seems to be an ample number of rooms on the first level. We liked our stay there and we highly recommend it.

    Lovely Charming Weekend Retreat


    We stumpled upon St Michaels Island during our Labor Weekend Getaway. We walked into the Old Brick Inn and asked if they had a room available the innkeeper did have one and we checked out the Chessapeak Suite it was and it was quite large and very well maintained and luxurious, fine lines and towels. Lots of cute nooks and craneys in the inn and neat antiques. Upscale B & B and a little expensive. A small pool in the courtyard and a nice breakfast in the morning to start you off on your day. The island is a mariners delight. If your into crabs you have to go the Crab and Claw Restaurant. It was on the travel channel as the best crab place and everyone there seemed happy. They have some sunset cruises which I reccommend because it is a quiet town and this is a beautiful tranquil island and the cruise further enhances your experience. The Inn drops you off in the center of town so everything is accessible by foot. The marina is down the street and you can eat there or take a stroll down Talbot Street which is a lined with boutique, artist galleries, crafters, restaurants etc... Nice place to visit for a weekend. Just a short jaunt from Annapolis MD. All in All I loved this place and plan to return. If you want you can rent bikes or kayaks.

    Super Time at the OLD BRICK INN


    An excellent experience to match the beauty of the surrounding area. What wonderful hosts and facilities! The Inn is clean, quiet and close to everything that you want to do in St. Michaels.

    Breakfast is well prepared and not repetitive or unimaginative. If you need something, the Innkeepers do their best to provide it.

    A nice value for the money!

    Knight in Shining Armour


    Such a wonderful B&B with gracious host and hostess. We made reservations and when we got there at 3 we had a choice of rooms and choose a first floor room with a full scale Knight and Four poster bed. Comfortable bed and AC. Most rooms have either a single or double Jacuzzi, this did not, we were okay with that. Breakfast each day was super, with either fresh baked croissants, blueberry french toast, eggs with tomatoes, fresh fruit, yougurt, juice, meat etc etc. They are very helpful in setting up tours or restaurant reservations. They are located in the center of town. The water, restaurants, coffee houses, ice cream, museums and history are all within two blocks. Added Bonus a pool and a washer & dryer.

    Prices are about $225 on weekends and less during the week. They packed us a lovely Wine and Cheese platter for our ride home.

    Wonderful Old Brick Inn


    Am I really the first one to review this lovely B&B? If I am, I'm sure I won't be the last.

    It's located on St. Michaels main street, easy walking distance to stores, resturants and many attractions.

    We stayed in the Chessie Suite which boasts a king bed and a Jacuzzi and in case you bring your youngster(s) along a pull out sofa. The room is huge with almost baroque decor and yet I felt comfortable and not thrown back to another time.

    The breakfast was lovely, the day we were there it featured the best blueberry pancakes I've tasted (you'll be surprised if you dare to ask the secret of how they're prepared).

    The proprietors, Joe and Lynda, are friendly and 'laid back', sort of like St. Michaels, itself. You don't go to St. Michaels to whoop it up, so the next time you're thinking about getting away from it all head over to the Old Brick Inn. Their website is (---).


    Very nice staff


    We recently stayed at the Kemp House and enjoyed our visit. The staff was very helpful, friendly, yet not in your face -- perfect. The room was nice, although it could use a more comfortable bed and better headboard. Otherwise, we were very pleased. St, Michaels is lovely.

    Kemp House Inn - Lovely


    My husband and I stayed at the Kemp House Inn for four nights. It lists itself as a bed and breakfast, but operates very much like a Eurpean Inn. My husband has never been crazy about the whole bed and breakfast routine of eating with strangers and having to make chit chat. This was a perfect fit for us. The staff is only there from around 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., but they go out of their way to help guests with questions. It is a charming house on the main street of St. Michaels. Restaurants and shops are within easy walking distance. They offer outside seating in a garden with tables and chairs or rockers on the porch. We had a room on the third floor which was tidy, charming and not overly frilly. All rooms have their own bathrooms, and breakfast wil be brought up to your room in the morning if you desire it. The room rates were very reasonable and we received a discount because we stayed during weeknights. There is only one phone in the hotel lobby. There are no televisions or phones in the rooms, but otherwise, it makes for a very lovely retreat and a terrific alternative to motels. We would definitely stay again.

    Great Last Minute Stay


    We planned our 4 day trip to the St. Michaels area by staying in Easton and visiting St. Michaels during the day. Our original accomodations at the Tidewater Inn were extremely disappointing so we decided to check out the Old Brick Inn. We walked in off the street and were glad to find an accomodation for Saturday evening (our 28th wedding anniversary). Altough we found the room to be a bit pricey ($195--lowest priced room) we found the owners/managers to be extremely delightful and the accomodations clean and restful. We were surprised by the wine and cheese they carefully prepared and enjoyed their storytelling about other inns they managed and/or owned and the celebrities they had come in contact with. Located right on the Main Street in St. Michaels, it was easy to walk to the local sights including the Sunset Harbor Cruise. We will fondly remeber our time in St. Michaels and The Old Brick Inn and highly recomend that you visit.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Old Brick Inn Saint Michaels

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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