Maryland October 24, 2016
10 Places To Stay Overnight In Maryland Without Breaking The Bank
If you’re looking to explore the Old Line State, you’re going to need a place to rest your weary head. The following spots offer uniquely amazing accommodations and have a nightly rate of $125 or less (depending on room selection). Ditch the chain hotels and head to these 10 places to stay overnight in Maryland without breaking the bank.
1. River House Inn, Snow Hill
This 19th-century bed and breakfast is perfect for a cozy little getaway. Enjoy all the amenities, including a charming view of the Pocomoke River.
2. The Victorian Candle Bed & Breakfast, Hollywood
Lovers of unique architecture will want to check out this Victorian home. Experience southern Maryland at this delectably homey inn.
3. Laurel Grove Inn on the South River, Annapolis
Seven minutes from downtown Annapolis lies this gorgeous inn that's perched atop a hill. The sun setting over South River is an inspiring sight.
4. Inn at the Canal, Chesapeake City
This waterfront inn offers delightful accommodations and has one of the tastiest homemade breakfasts around.
5. Scotlaur Inn, Annapolis
This quaint inn is located above the iconic Chick & Ruth's Delly. It's in a great part of Annapolis, perfect for exploring the town by foot.
6. Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore
If you're looking for a posh city retreat, then Lord Baltimore Hotel is where it's at. The views here can't be beat.
7. Susan's on Smith Island B&B, Ewell
Located on Smith Island, this cozy bed & breakfast offers magnificent views. It's a prime location for exploring the island by land, or kayaking on the water.
8. The Alexander House Booklovers' B&B, Princess Anne
Book lovers, rejoice! This comfortable haven encourages creativity as it has no television, but is full of books. Finally catch up on your favorite novel (or write one) while retreating to this bed & breakfast.
9. Hilltop Hideaway Bed & Breakfast, Hampstead
This homey place is perched atop a hill overlooking rolling pastures. The game room is a particularly nice way to let off steam.
10. Gunter Hotel, Frostburg
This spot in mountain Maryland is filled to the brim with history. While you're there, make sure to check out the basement museum for an unforgettable experience.
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