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Reviewed 28 September 2012

My wife and I just finished spending three most excellent night's at Rachael's Dowry, while following our somewhat down and out Blue Jays, against the fired-up home town Orioles. This lovely 1790 Colonial house, tucked into an historic and quiet little residential enclave, three minutes (if that!) from Camden Yards, fullfilled and surpassed our expectations. Host Tish Bohner provided a most warm and genuine welcome upon arrival and it did not end until we arrived home, when a lovely email of thanks was received. The room was excellent, with a fabulously comfortable king sized bed and it overlooked the rear courtyard, where we managed to take a daily glass of red, after exploring the wonderfully refurbished harbour area of Baltimore and beyond. Tish recommended a couple of local, off-the-beaten path bar/bistros a block or two from the house and dished up inventive and delicious breakfasts each of our three mornings. A glass of brandy or wine, on the hourse, was a nice little touch. We cannot recommend this place enough, so whatever your reasons for landing in Baltimore, you will be wholly satisfied by a stay at Rachael's Dowry! Bob & Rosemary Miller, Hamilton, ON

Room Tip: Express your preferences to Tish or Norman and they will steer you in the right direction.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 September 2012

We just returned from a weekend in Baltimore where we had a wonderful stay at this B & B. The house dates back to the late 1700's and is beautiful, well-maintained and filled with antiques. The innkeepers (Norman and Tish) are very personable and helpful. The location is fabulous, on a quiet, tree-lined street, but only half a block from Camden Yards, and in walking distance of the Inner Harbor and commuter train. We flew in to BWI and never needed a car, as the commuter train (Lite Rail) took us to within a few blocks of the B & B. If you love historic homes, this is the place to stay. Good breakfast (accomodated our special diets), nice outdoor courtyard, all the comforts you could want.

Room Tip: The front rooms are a bit larger and more formal. We peeked in most of the rooms and they're all nice. If stairs are a problem, ask for a room on 1st or 2nd floor. 3rd floor walk up was good to help settle breakfast.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 September 2012

My husband and I recently stayed at this B&B for two nights. We were impressed with all the history of the home and equally impressed with our host, Norman. He served us tasty breakfasts and was an excellent advisor on getting around Baltimore. After going to the Inner Harbor (by walking), the quiet ammenities of the inn were very welcome. We would recommend this inn for a stay in Baltimore to anyone who doesn't want to stay in a traditional hotel.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 September 2012

We arrived in Baltimore and met by Norman and taken to our room. We walked into the turn of the century and just loved the whole room. Breakfast was a special highlight as we were able to spend time with our host and guests in a relaxed atmosphere. Norman was able to share a lot of knowledge. On the way to our room was the library. How lovely just to sit and look at the titles.
Each night we returned from our sightseeing local and in Washington, we opened the door to a beautiful armoma and the music playing in the front room. The wall clock situtated on the first floor, was so well maintained and a welcomed sight.
Outside the garden area was a pleasure to relax and listen to the birds and the occassional roaming cat (which we found out, was Normans). We were so honoured to meet Tish, and, to listen to her love of the house.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Denise D
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Reviewed 8 September 2012

My boyfriend and I just returned from our two night stay at this wonderful b & b. This was my first time at a bed and breakfast and I couldn't have been more pleased! Tish greeted us in the parking lot, as we had forgotten to print our parking pass. We were given a tour of this beautiful house, furnished with period pieces, as well as a guide with map of the immediate area and suggested sites. Our room, the Odorian Room, was quaint with a large beautiful four poster bed, a large bathroom, fireplace, even an additional sink/wash area. Each evening there was wine, brandy and the best cookies I have ever tasted! Each morning was an incredibly delicious breakfast, made and served by Tish herself. The ambience was so warm and inviting, the service was exceptional. I cant say enough good things about my first b & b experience or say anything that another reviewer hasn't already, except that I plan on returning!

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank April V
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