One-Night Stay at 1840s Carrollton Inn in Baltimore, MD

1840s Carrolton Inn

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Historical 19th-century B&B in the middle of Baltimore’s Heritage Walk; spacious rooms and lavish daily breakfast

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Expires Jan 25th, 2013. Must book by 1/25/13 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 4/15/13. Not valid 12/24/12-1/1/13, 2/14/13-2/17/13. Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 3 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability. $20 fee applies for cancellations more than 20 days in advance. Certificate up to Groupon price will be issued for cancellations between 8 and 20 days in advance. Cancellations 7 days or less in advance subject to fee up to Groupon price. Must be 21 or older to check in. 15.5% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Elegant Bed and Breakfast in Converted 19th-Century Row Homes

A group of early 19th-century connected row homes stands next to a shaded central courtyard in the middle of historic Jonestown’s Heritage Walk and just steps from Baltimore’s Little Italy. This is where you’ll find the 1840s Carrollton Inn; with its red-brick and crisp white-wood façade, it looks like it was ripped from an early American history book. Fittingly, it’s right next door to the Carroll Mansion—former home of Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Inside the 1840s Carrollton Inn, each of the rooms features a marble-and-oak fireplace, a handcrafted Kingsdown mattress, and a glinting chandelier. Windows overlook the courtyard or President Street. The Carroll suite, meanwhile, boasts a separate sitting room, and the Scholar's room has a double whirlpool tub.

In the morning, you can enjoy a complimentary à la carte American breakfast that includes thick-sliced french toast, fruit-infused buttermilk pancakes, and house omelets filled with seasonal veggies from the nearby Gramercy Mansion's Koinonia Farm. Feel free to dine in the first-floor parlor, out in the courtyard, or in the privacy of your room.

Jonestown, Maryland: A Historic, Walkable Charm City Neighborhood

Jonestown—located a few blocks east of Baltimore's popular Inner Harbor—was settled in the 1660s, and it’s still lined with antiquated brick houses, tree-lined streets, and quaint shops. One block south of the inn, you can enjoy authentic European meals in any of Little Italy's nearly 30 restaurants and delis. Several eateries are within walking distance of the 1840s Carrollton Inn, and they serve traditional and modern interpretations of the region’s iconic steamed blue crabs.

The Charm City Circulator is a free shuttle service that ferries adventurers to attractions around Baltimore, and it has a stop just outside the Carrollton Inn's entrance. You can take it to the Historic Ships in Baltimore, including the famous 1854 USS Constellation, which features live daily cannonball firings. The nearby Heritage Walk stops at 20 historically significant spots near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, such as the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House and the Friends Meeting House, one of the oldest Quaker meeting houses in existence.


98% of 280 customers recommend

  • “The willingness of the staff to make your stay as comfortable as possible.”

  • “The people working there were very helpful. There was hardly anyone else staying there so it was very quiet and relaxing.”

  • “The service and the beautiful rooms! We loved it so much there, we can't wait to go back! ”

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    1840s Carrolton Inn

    50 Albemarle St.

    Baltimore, MD 21202


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