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Rachael's Dowry Bed & Breakfast

Enjoy Quiet Luxury in Downtown Baltimore

Stay close to the action of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, but away from the crowds at Rachael’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast. A quiet oasis in one of Baltimore's safest neighborhoods, we are only steps from the Convention Center, Univ of Maryland Medical Campus and Camden Yards or M&T stadium. Rachael’s Dowry, an independently owned B&B, is perfect for the business professional, leisure traveler or sports fan who prefers a comfortable, relaxing home after a long day. Daily gourmet breakfasts, afternoon tea, brandy and snacks ensure that our guests are well cared for throughout their stay. Let us help you plan your perfect stay in Charm City.

Our six spacious suites have private baths with shower, king or queen bed, wireless connectivity, DirecTV, and other amenities that the business or leisure traveler needs. Off-street parking is available. Call for Business and Extended Stay rates.

Stay Conveniently Near Baltimore's Inner Harbor

The Inner Harbor is Baltimore’s world-class waterfront hub, home to both tourism and business centers and an easy 15-minute walk from Rachael’s Dowry. One of America’s Top 10 “Walk Score” cities, Baltimore hosts our National Aquarium, regular festivals, great museums, and historic treasures like Fort McHenry, our only National Shrine and inspiration for The Star Spangled Banner.

Read a recent Select Registry blog post of Fun Things to do in Baltimore.

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Rachael's Dowry Blog ...

Prohibition may have ended 90 years ago, but some of the Baltimore speakeasies of that era are alive and thriving today. In the 1920s, these illicit bars and nightclubs sold alcohol despite the 18th Amendment that banned it. Maryland was the only state that refused to enforce the unpopular ban on alcohol, making Baltimore prime for these underground establishments.

Would you be surprised to learn that beer is the third most popular drink in the world, after water and tea? Here in Baltimore, our roots in beer-making are nearly as old as the city itself. You are probably familiar with our beloved National Bohemian, or as we like to say, Natty Boh. While it's now brewed out of state by Pabst Brewing Company, 90% of its sales are to Baltimore customers....