Set in the charming historic district of Downtown Annapolis, the Historic Inns of Annapolis are ideally located just blocks from local shops, gourmet restaurants, entertainment venues and historic museums. Situated between Baltimore and Washington, DC, the Historic Inns of Annapolis' cozy accommodations offer the perfect retreat for an east coast getaway.
Annapolis, Maryland Attractions
Maryland State House - Across the street
Main Street/Maryland Avenue - 0 mile
City of Annapolis Historic Sites - 0 mile
St. John's College - 0.2 mile
Rams Head Concert Venue - 0.2 mile
Chesapeake Bay & Beaches - 0.5 mile
United States Naval Academy - 1.1 miles
US Naval Academy/Marine Corp Memorial Stadium - 2 miles
Annapolis Westfield Mall - 3 miles
Historic London Towne - 8.5 miles
Bowie Baysox - 15.1 miles
Washington DC - 32 miles
Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD - 32 miles
Valet Parking* | $32 per night Parking is limited and is not guaranteed.
Our three inns are located across the street from the Maryland State House in the heart of the downtown historic district in Annapolis, Maryland (zip code: 21401). Calvert House is located at 58 State Circle, Robert Johnson House is located at 23 State Circle, and Maryland Inn is located at 16 Church Circle. All guests check in at the Calvert House and that is also where our valet parking is located.
Annapolis is served by Annapolis Transit’s Rainbow Route bus service, which makes 180 stops in the city and the surrounding area including several very close to our hotel at Church Circle. There is also a free downtown shuttle service known as the Annapolis Circulator (or the Loop), plus water taxis, taxis, and rideshare services like Uber and Lyft.
Our Downtown Annapolis hotel is about 0.2 miles from the waterfront at the Annapolis Town Dock and City Dock (about a three-minute walk). We’re located across the street from the iconic Maryland State House in the heart of the city’s well-preserved historic district.
Annapolis is a four-season destination. Flowers and the beginning of sailing season arrive each spring, while summer is ideal for boat tours and water sports. Fall foliage is spectacular around our Annapolis waterfront hotel, and winter brings out the true local character with cozy pub visits and glowing storefronts.
Annapolis is known for its well-preserved Colonial architecture, rich maritime heritage, and vibrant historic district with shopping and dining along the waterfront. There are cobblestone streets and unique brick row houses, with most buildings dating from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Sailing in Annapolis and other water adventures are also very popular.