The Fleet Suite is the only room on the 2nd floor of Flag House Inn in Annapolis, and features a spacious two-room suite with four-poster king bed and a twin bed with a maximum occupancy of 3 people
The room comes with free parking onsite for one car, a rarity in downtown Annapolis, along with our famous home made hot cooked breakfast. No other lodging in downtown Annapolis provides both as part of regular room rates.
All windows have room-darkening blinds. There is a quiet ceiling fan in both rooms as well as air conditioning/ radiator heat though out. (This is the only room that does not have individually controlled AC, but since it is on 2nd floor, it usually stays cool). Plush Karastan wool carpeting keeps it quiet inside. This room has a bit firmer mattresses than other rooms.
The private bathroom with shower in the suite is off the second room, but it also may be accessed from the second-floor hallway.
The front room overlooks the pedestrian gate to US Naval Academy and has a four-poster king bed, plus a love seat with good reading lights. Tall lamps on the two nightstands are perfect for night time reading. Electric wall sconces flank the large mirror above a dresser. On the front wall is an oil painting by Sharon Lettig of the Maryland State House in snow in the heart of Annapolis. The window treatments in both rooms are ornate handcrafted cornices in a blue Chinese Toile pattern by Thibaut.
The second room looks upon adjacent gardens, and offers a twin bed, a new comfortably deep couch, and a leather club chair with ottoman. The room also has a large gilded mirror, a pair of wall sconces, and good reading lamps by the seating and at bedside on the cherry dresser. The room focuses on a dramatic oil painting by W.R. Vallev and of the aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge in stormy wintry seas off Korea in the early 1950s.
The maximum occupancy of the suite is three people.
Room Rate: $199-$429/night + 13% taxes (+ $30/night for 3rd person)