We stayed here for 2 nights right after the new year for a much needed holiday retreat. The house itself is very cool, if you are into history it is one of only a few remaining wooden fronted houses left in Fells Point. The property owners have traveled the world and have decorated their home with paintings and other items from their travels. The downstairs is divided between the living room and kitchen with enough space that if you wanted to watch TV in the living room you would not be bothered by people sitting around the large kitchen table. Since it was winter we did not get to take advantage of the outside space but it was very cool. A little odd that it seems to share the space with the house next door but I'm guessing it's a mutual arrangement. The two bedrooms had comfortable beds with good linens. The wooden floors are original and very cool. The owners should leave a writeup of some of the paintings since we noticed some of them had a same last name as the owners. The house is only 1.5 blocks from the main drag, and there is a bar at the corner. It was closed for maintenance while we were there but looked like an interesting place. The owners also offer a much needed parking permit since parking it at a premium. I would recommend if you find a spot on Ann St that you walk everywhere if at all possible. I would not hesitate to recommend or rent here again.
Fells Point-Spacious 18th Century Art-Filled Townhouse On Ann Street