Located on the third floor on the back of the inn, the room is decorated in a coral colored Chinese patterned toile. The handcrafted radiator covers in the bath and bedroom are in a Chinese Chippendale pattern from the eighteenth century. The fabric is from Thibaut, the wool carpeting is Karastan. The two framed, antique hand-colored floral engravings were published in London in the 1770s. Most prominent from the rear window is the bell tower of the old Water Witch fire station, now privately owned, but once reputed to be the only Tuscan Revival fire house in America. Beyond it, you can see the massive brick end-chimneys of the Brice House, an exquisite five bay Georgian home on the block behind the inn. This room overlooks several adjoining back yards. In winter you can see the Maryland State House dome from this room. There is also a lovely view of the US Naval Academy Chapel dome which is lighted at night. The en suite bath has a corner shower. There are also two comfortable chairs with good light for reading, as well as cable TV, A/C and free WiFi. A small drop leaf table, covered with a Turkish kilim, may serve as a writing desk.
The maximum occupancy for this room is two people.
This room is smaller than the other two king rooms, which are on the front of the house.
Rate range is $199 – $225 (subject to change for special event weeks)