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Recent Annapolis reviews
Perfect setting for our family weekend
"We wanted a place to stay with extended family during our wedding weekend and this was just PERFECT in every way! More comfortable than a hotel and just fabulous in every way - thanks for helping us create some very special memories."
Guest: Theresa L.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: April 9, 2015
"I travel to Annapolis several times a year for business, and have stayed at probably a dozen places in Eastport and Annapolis.
The apartment unit at Meg's was the definitely one of the best I've stayed at. First of all it was spotless - totally immaculate. I have a new bar to try to reach in my own housecleaning. The kitchen was well-appointed, with plenty of cookware, plates and utensils. The unit was really quiet, even with guests staying in the main house. It stayed super-cool despite the muggy heat and thunder outside. I slept like a baby in the super-soft sheets. They were so nice that I had to email Meg so that I could by the same kind for home.
It was such an extra and unexpected treat to have access to my very own back porch, and the back garden was gorgeous. It was a delight to come home from a long day of work and relax in this pad. Plenty of restaurants within walking distance, both on the fancier side, as well as more affordable. The Boatyard and Davis Pub are quintessential Annapolis to me, and I try to get in at least two visits to each one when I'm there.
Meg and Ben were wonderful hosts, with a great sense of humor and so kind-hearted.
I can't wait to come back, I'm spoiled for life now."
Guest: Anna L.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 22, 2015
"We enjoyed our stay at this home, which was very convenient to a wedding we were attending while in Annapolis. The owner was nice and very helpful, and the home was clean and inviting when we arrived, with fresh sheets and towels. The layout of the home is a bit odd, and I would have appreciated additional photos before arriving. To access the back bedroom area (which is an enclosed porch area) you have to go through another bedroom. And the only, very small, bathroom, is in between the two bedrooms. The sun porch and the screen porch would have been wonderful additional space for hanging out, if we had been here in warmer weather. As it was we only spent time in the main front living room area because it was a colder October weekend. The neighborhood was nice and quiet, and though we didn't have time to utilize the community beach area, it was very close by. The kitchen was small, but well stocked, and open to the living room. I'd recommend this place for families with kids or very close friends who don't mind having to share space (i.e. going through each others bedrooms to access other rooms) and only one bathroom. And I would certainly suggest it for warmer months as the outdoor spaces looked very inviting even though we didn't use them."
Guest: Emily B.Date of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
"I came down in a group of 5 guys and this location was perfect. Everyone got their own bed. There is plenty of room and the two bathrooms with showers are a great perk. The living room had perfect seating for our group and the kitchen table was great for board games. The deck was a nice touch so we could go outside for fresh air.
The location is great. It is walking distance to everything in downtown Annapolis. This is what we wanted and we were able to go out for dinner and drinks on foot and not have to worry about anything.
The only drawback is the parking. Since it is right in downtown Annapolis we had to park in the $20/day lot that is on the same block. We stayed Friday - Sunday and had to drive once, resulting in two $20 charges (I think it maxes out at $20 if we had stayed the entire time). Our last guest drove down in his own car and also had to pay to park. This is the only thing I would keep in mind.
Other than that we all kept commenting on how great the space is and how amazing it was that suck a big place was tucked away right in downtown. Highly convenient."
Guest: Silas P.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 17, 2015