History of The Maryland Inn AnnapolisThe Maryland Inn in Annapolis is one of the oldest inns in Maryland. Presidents, Governors and statesmen have all stayed at the inn, including eleven delegates from the 1786 US Congress, as well as Spanish Admirals who were held prisoner at the Inn in 1898. George Washington visited Annapolis in 1784, walking on the same ground that you will, when he appeared before the US Congress, and resigned his commission as Commander of Chief of the Continental Army. Annapolis is also the City in which the US Congress, ratified the Treaty of Paris, bringing an end to the Revolutionary War with England
Many of our rooms recall their Colonial splendor and have been updated with modern-day conveniences. The Inn lot itself was originally surveyed to be used by the Annapolis town drummer (Maryland's version of the town crier).