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1840s Carrollton Inn
Based on 196 traveler reviews
A bit of Downton in the home of The Wire
May 14, 2013 by: LowMaintenanceTravel from Baltimore, Maryland
My wife and I are locals who got a Groupon deal here as a gift. We had a wonderful evening. Like stepping out of The Wire into Downton Abbey. Beautifully furnished rooms, plenty of privacy, and a delicious breakfast the next morning. They even let us leave our bags at the front desk after check out while we went on a little walking date. Only criticism is that you can still hear noise from the street (cars, drunk people, etc.), but that comes with the territory in downtown Baltimore. Otherwise, a total escape from the day-to-day grind that Charm City can be.
Great bed and breakfast experience
May 12, 2013 by: George L from Baltimore, Maryland
Excellent breakfast served daily. French toast is delicious. Bed is one of the best, most comfortable beds we've slept in. Decor is very nice. Love the staff. Situated in Baltimore's little Italy surrounded with many nice restaurants.
Great location and lavish rooms!
May 07, 2013 by: Mletnau from
Stay in a suite! It is a little pricy but not when you compare it to other inner harbor hotels. And you get so much more for your money. The breakfast was included and awesome. And it is located only a block away from the electric factory and inner harbor. He really enjoyed our stay.
Inner Harboir B&B Greatness!
Apr 29, 2013 by: nyctraveldiva_8 from Brooklyn, New York
My mom and I bought a groupon to take a girls trip outside of NYC. We had been to the Inner Harbor area before but it had been a long time. This was a our first B&B stay and it was incredible. All of the staff were very friendly, the breakfast was made-to-order and O)UT OFTHIS WORLD. We stayed in one of the suites that was a split level and it was sooo spacious. Lovely room amenities with soda, water, popcorn and tea in the room. There was very close proximity to the Inner Harbor (we walked it). We will definitely be staying here again. We went to Fells Point for the afternoon, really cute stores for shopping. We had dinner at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Gertrudes was the name I believe. It was a wonderful weekend stay. Highly recommend :)
Apr 28, 2013 by: Stephanie M from Levittown, PA,USA
The Carrollton in has beautiful rooms, a breakfast menu with vegan options and it's within walking distance of the inner harbor and little Italy. I have stayed at one bed and breakfast before with a vegan option, and this place impressed me with their menu. The vegan pancakes, bacon and sausage were delicious. We stayed in the Patriot room and there happened to be a classical music performance going on outside of our window shortly after we checked in. It was a nice little free concert.
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