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Governor Calvert House, Annapolis, Maryland

$199 or less
Editor's Pick
Maryland, United States, North America: Governor Calvert House, whose main building dates back to 1695, stands literally in the shadow
58 State Circle
Annapolis , Maryland
Tel: 800 847 8882
Tel: 410 263 2641's insider take:

Standing literally in the shadow of the State House, this historic 51-room inn attracts a mix of politicians, lobbyists, journalists, vacationers, and parents with children enrolled at St. John's College or the U.S. Naval Academy, which are both just a five-minute walk away. The original building, which dates back to 1695, once belonged to the Calverts, whose progeny included two governors. The parlor features a unique archeological attraction—a rare hypocaust, a Roman-style greenhouse heating system discovered in the basement and now exhibited beneath a clear glass floor. Most rooms are in a newer attached wing. Though restricted in size, the rooms have solid colonial-style furniture and free Internet access. The best views are to be found in top-floor rooms 410 and 412, which share a small deck overlooking the capitol building.

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