2100 Mount Royal Terrace, Baltimore, Maryland, 21217-4848, USA


A Piece of History in the Heart of Baltimore

Take a journey through the pages of times past and arrive at the inviting doors of the Wilson House Bed & Breakfast – a historic gem in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland. The Wilson House is one of the finest and most historic Bed & Breakfasts in Maryland. It is the elegant home where William Jennings Bryant made the deals that drafted Woodrow Wilson for the Presidency in 1912.

The home underwent a major renovation in 2001-2004 but care was taken to preserve the historic charm that has inhabited this house for over 135 years to offer guests a pleasant and cozy atmosphere whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure. Located less than 2 miles north of the inner harbor, near Penn Station, it is easily accessible from Washington, DC, and New York via train and auto.  

Your Stay at the Wilson House

We offer cozy and convenient accommodations in an elegant atmosphere filled with a sense of history in this 40 room home. Your hosts, Clelia and Guy Thomas, provide an unparalleled approach to service to complement your stay.

Features & Amenities:

  • 10 bedrooms and 2 fully equipped apartments
  • Twin Parlors
  • 10 Fire places
  • Original chandeliers
  • Library
  • Den with sun room
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary Wine & Cheese daily 6-7PM

Start with a Elegant Breakfast

Pamper yourself between 8:00 AM and 9:30 AM each morning of your stay with a delightful and healthy breakfast served in our formal dining room on historic antique German china, with crystal, silver and linens.   You’ll enjoy a rotation of made-from-scratch Pancakes, Waffles, and Stuffed French Toast, as well as juice and a fresh fruit platter with granola, honey and yogurt.  (Try it!  You will love it!) Eggs to order are always an option.  Help yourself to early morning coffee and tea to prime your palate for a unique breakfast experience.

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2100 Mount Royal Terrace
Baltimore, Maryland, 21217-4848, USA

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