Scotlaur Inn

Annapolis Maryland Bed & Breakfast

Scotlaur Inn

Scotlaur Inn

In the heart of Maryland, overlooking picturesque Chesapeake Bayhistoric Annapolis emanates a Colonial atmosphere and the tradition it still holds. Annapolis is most famous for being the “Sailing Capital of the World” and one of the primary stops of the notoriously famous Round-the-World boat race known as the Whitbread.

The Scotlaur Inn offers ten beautifully decorated, old-fashioned guest rooms in the heart of Annapolis. The Scotlaur Inn and Chick & Ruth’s Delly (where breakfast is served) are the oldest family-owned businesses of their types in the historic district of Annapolis operated by the same family. We take pride in serving over 3 generations of families.

SCOTLAUR INN, THE PERFECT LOCATION. The best in Annapolis. We are in the center of all the shopping & Only a couple of hundred yards from the City Dock, Naval Academy, State House, St. Johns College, City Hall & what every else you need for Business or Pleasure. You don’t need a car when staying at the Scotlaur Inn. You can walk everywhere!

All rooms have private baths, Cable TVs (some with DVD players), telephones, air conditioning and include breakfast. We have wireless internet.

You can relax on one of the many boat rides available on the Chesapeake Bay or take a shot at the best rock fishing in the world. Stroll the City Dock, enjoy the wonderful souvenir shops, 18th century mansions and comfortable weather for which Annapolis is known. World Class restaurants are just minutes away from The Scotlaur Bed & Breakfast. Tours of the historic Maryland State House and Paca Gardens are also among the many other fine places to visit!

Right around the corner is the United States Naval Academy, where the finest students become our finest naval officers. While you’re still in town don’t forget to take a tour of the State Capital Building which was once the Capital of the United States in the 1700’s.

Visit the Annapolis Tours website for information on guided walking tours of Annapolis. For a more unusual treat you can tour the town in style in a vintage carriage. The Coachmen will point out historic places along the way.