Ratings based on 193 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Mark from New Bern, NC
Overnight in Easton, MDPosted Oct 9, 2013
Pros: Classic hotel feel, unlike today's motels & chains.
Cons: update bathroom amenities
Location: Immediate vicinity, in historic district, nice but not much of interest beyond that. Arrived @ 6 PM on Sunday; most shops & restaurants closed
Needed a nice hotel for stopover in Easton. The historic Tidewater Inn offered very comfortable accommodations at same rate as typical chain lodging. The facilities retained their 50s charm & feel without seeming outdated. Outdoor patio off restaurant was perfect for dinner on a warm evening.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Desperate need of a renovationPosted Oct 2, 2013
Pros: Great location; certainly the history of the hotel should be a plus , as opposed to being a reminder of how things were 30-40 years ago
Very friendly service folks ; but the rooms are really disappointing . windows which would not latch shut; furnishings which are dated and piecemeal ; and a bathroom right out of the 1960's, with a shower head that sprayed water at the 6'6'' mark on the side of the stall.While we used the valet service, we found it parked on the street later on , in a No Parking area.
for Everyoneby Lesley from UK
Excellent position for strolling out to eatPosted Sep 24, 2013
Pros: Easily accessible by car, free parking, good position for strolling out to eat, comprehensive breakfast buffet with the best croissants I have tasted.
Location: University of Virginia is about 30 mins walk away, and Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson is about four miles and absolutely worth visiting.
We enjoyed the hotel, and the front desk staff were extremely helpful. No-one could do enough for us. We particularly appreciated being able to stroll out of the hotel and onto a main street full of street cafes for supper, to enjoy the glorious warm evenings. We took free bus transportation to the University of Virginia and then walked back (30 mins), and spent a wonderful day at Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson.
for Everyoneby Peter from Naples, FL
Charming Easton, MDPosted Sep 20, 2013
Pros: Central location, convenient parking, within walking distance of restaurants, shops, galleries Interior design is warm & cozy
Cons: Bathrooms tend to be on the compact size
Location: Many shops, galleries and restaurants within easy walking distance
Spent two nights at the Tidewater. Great central location, charming amenities, excellent restaurant & bar, outdoor eating areas with fireplace. The hotel staff was very friendly & most accommodating.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Beatiful historic buildingPosted Sep 19, 2013
Pros: Nice bedding with staff that was helpful
Cons: Cleanliness and tub!
Location: St. Michaels and Oxford
The amenities were sparse, morning coffee only for a short time. Our room had shower only, with very little water pressure. There were a few hairs on the bathroom floor upon arrival and the sink drained VERY slowly. Very comfortable king bed and the staff was helpful when asking for assistance!
for Everyoneby M from Northern Virginia
Great historic hotel in an historic district!Posted Sep 9, 2013
Pros: Well decorated, maintain with a great location and staff.
Cons: Perhaps a pocket door for the closet and bathroom to prevent blocking the entrance to the room.
Location: The location an atmosphere was perfect. The Amish shop, the Irish shops in Easton are worth the trip, as well as a day trip to Oxford
My wife and I were pleasantly surprised by thus little gem in Easton, Maryland. This is an older property so the bathrooms are smaller, but the room is well appointed, decorated and maintained. The property is clean, comfortable and attractive. There is no place like home, but the Tidewater comes close!
for Everyoneby steve
Nice historic hotel in the heart of historic EastoPosted Sep 8, 2013
Location: To many to list
Easy check in. Convenient self parking. Ok buffet breaks fast except not so good coffee.
for Couplesby Helen from Manchester MD
Perfect spot for Anniversaru getaway!Posted Sep 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
We were impressed immediately by the friendly, helpful staff at the Tidewater Inn. The hotel is a classic beauty, and we loved roaming through the first floor public spaces, one nicer than the next. Our room was clean and elegantly decorated. We enjoyed a delicious meal that evening in the on-site restaurant where we enjoyed a 5 star dinner at a surprisingly reasonable price. Historic Easton was a pleasure to stroll around after dinner and early the next day, a very attractive and quaint neighborhood with lots of eateries, shops, galleries, and parks for visitors to explore and enjoy. We will definitely visit Easton again and most certainly stay at The Tidewater Inn!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location. There was a wedding or event that weekend. Walls are really thin so I recommend ear plugs just in case people get rowdy. Location is worth the noise though.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Tom from Connecticut
First time in EastonPosted Sep 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Excellent surprise, the Tidewater is a beautiful historic inn.