• View of king bed from the spacious bathroom in The Armistead Room in The Birnie House
  • King bed in The Armistead Room in The Birnie House
  • Spacious bathroom in The Armistead Room in The Birnie House
  • Exterior of The Birnie House at historic hotel in New England
  • Common area hallway and stairway in The Birnie House at historic hotel in New England
  • Common area sitting room with fireplace in The Birnie House
  • Common area dining room in The Birnie House

Room Amenities

  • Main Floor
  • King Four-poster Feather Bed
  • Spacious Bathroom
  • Jetted Tub/Shower
  • Flat Panel Television
  • Maximum Occupancy: 2 Adults
About The Armistead Room

The Armistead Room is named after George Armistead. He was an American military officer who served as the commander of Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore in the War of 1812. He is well known for capturing British flags and bringing them to President James Madison. His defense of Baltimore against a British attack in 1814 inspired Francis Scott Key to write The Star-Spangled Banner.

This room at our Maryland hotel offers a king-size feather bed for restful sleep, a spacious bathroom with a bath/shower featuring a jetted tub for relaxation, and a flat-panel TV for entertainment. Guests have access to the Birnie House’s welcoming common areas, including a spacious living room, a dining room, and a patio area adjacent to these spaces, allowing for a blend of private comfort and communal enjoyment.

Featured Special

We Offer Several Ways to Celebrate and Save

Romantic Countryside Picnic Package & Overnight Stay

Elevate your getaway and unwind with our Romantic Picnic Basket Package, complete with an overnight stay for two and lunch for two. Enjoy it in our picturesque gardens, on the charming estate grounds or take it with you on an adventure.

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