Book a Stay at the Inn at Horn Point
The Inn at Horn Point bed & breakfast is celebrating its one-year anniversary in a new spot, but has called the neighborhood of Eastport in Annapolis home for twenty years.
The three guest room boutique bed & breakfast moved from its former location on Chesapeake Avenue—which opened its doors in March 2002— to Burnside Street, with views of Back Creek in March of 2021.
Innkeepers Cory and Carol Bonney —and often, their daughter Josalyn—welcome guests and invite you to experience the relaxed vibe of the Annapolis they know and love—by staying right in the heart of one of the town’s most popular neighborhoods.
Charming historic homes, water views and some of the best restaurants in Annapolis are just a few of the reasons Eastport—settled in 1665—is the perfect place to stay while in town.
An intimate, upscale bed & breakfast is the perfect spot to call home while there.
“An undeniably quaint nature, personalized hospitality and one-on-one service are uniquely associated with small, luxury inns or bed and breakfasts,” says Cory Bonney.
Guests are served a locally sourced gourmet breakfast each morning.
“We serve meals inspired by our distant travels—but with local ingredients,” Cory says. “Guests will find dishes celebrating Italy, France, Central and South America on our menu, along with other creations.”
The pancakes the couple serves up are the same they enjoyed at a yoga retreat in Belize—with a few tweaks.
But it’s not just their travels that influence their signature hospitality—it’s their own celebrations. “Our signature— and most requested house breakfast is a Creme Brulee French Toast, a nod to our honeymoon in France,” Cory says.
The bed and breakfast features upscale guest rooms—each with an ensuite bath—a recently completed courtyard patio, rain gardens, a fire pit with a water view and doors commissioned for the inn and handmade by an artisan in Turkey.
With more than 45 years of experience in the lodging industry, Cory and Carol are the perfect hosts for your next getaway. They’ll even share a few entertaining secrets to take home with you.
“When cooking for a large group, try to prepare as much in advance as possible,” Cory says. “Many of our best breakfast dishes are those that blend and meld overnight, allowing the flavors to come together before completing the dish in the morning. This also allows us, as hosts, to visit with our guests. The same is true for you at home, where you may be entertaining family or friends.”