Inn at 202 Dover, 202 Dover St in Easton, Maryland
The Inn at 202 Dover is one of the stops in the food tour, Eating Easton, which my husband and I did and enjoyed immensely on a long weekend. It is a Maryland Historic Inn and a member of Historic Hotels of America.
As I mentioned in my review of the food tour, the stop here was a highlight of the tour for me as I got a picture with chef Doug Potts, whose cooking brought the inn’s restaurant, Peacock Restaurant and Lounge, to the attention of Michelin Travel. We got to sample the Inn’s signature peacock cocktail. I can’t remember the ingredients to the drink except that there is vodka. I’m not much of a drinker so, after a sip, my shot was passed on to hubby.
I must mention again, the delicious caprese and Maryland crab cake we were served with. They were a delight to the palate.
The suite is an image of comfort and luxury in my favorite color, in shades of blue. I was charmed. French decor style is evident in the room, of course, as seen in the ruffles, woodwork, and comfort the room offers.
The Inn at 202 Dover is a hotel that lovers of Historic Hotels will thoroughly enjoy. Personally, I think, it’s an ideal place to stay for very special occasions. But, afflicted by fernweh as I am, right now, my interests lie in more than a stay at a beautiful historic inn.
Historic Hotel enthusiasts, however, may want to check out the Inn at 202 Dover. I’m sure, they will find the Inn at 202 Dover a gem.