Ratings based on 70 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from charlotte north carolina
sad night to stay @ Robert morrisPosted Sep 18, 2015
Good dinner , great breakfast on patio, room sucked, tiny and dark. Would not recommend to anyone. Way over priced for a supposedly nice inn. Sad!
for Couplesby Barry from Johnson City
HomecomingPosted Aug 25, 2015 on Hotels
First time back to the area in 35 years, and wasn't disappointed! Everything is just as beautiful and quaint and lovely as I remembered it. I don't plan on waiting another 35 years before coming back this time!
by A verified traveler
Good locationPosted Aug 16, 2015
Location: The location in Oxford is perfect for a peaceful and relaxing break.
Staff and service excellent. The inn is old and full of character, however the small cabin rooms are very cramped. This would have been ok for a short stay, had it not been very overpriced. It did not represent good value.
for Couplesby Catherine from baltimore
Historically Weathered!Posted Jul 28, 2015 on Hotels
We have stayed there three times, enjoy the history and the surroundings. The only thing wrong is the musty smell upstairs and the dated paper in some rooms. If you stay in a 300 year old place, I guess you're never getting rid of all the old smell! The food is great, love the little bar and the view of the Tred Avon river. Took the Ferry ($13 per couple in a car) across to St.Michaels. Ate and drank at the Black Thorn. What a great place for exploration. We'll be back again
by A verified traveler
Posted May 27, 2015
Old and run down. Staff was not friendly or helpful. Room needed completely redone. Not at all what we expected.
for Couplesby Morgan from Washington, DC
Lovely weekend getawayPosted May 26, 2015 on Hotels
We had a perfect weekend getaway at the Robert Morris Inn. The room was on the funky side (e.g., windows couldn't open because of A/C units, bathroom door barely cleared the bed)but the food was fantastic and the setting right near the water was glorious.
for Couplesby mark
Posted May 15, 2015 on Hotels
for Couplesby Dennis V from Granite , Md.
Our Winter SoljournePosted Feb 6, 2015 on Hotels
The Robert Morris Inn is in the heart of historic Oxford,Md. along the Tred Avon. The Inn is a Historic must for those who appreciate a classic mansion of the 1710 era. Due to preseason renovation ongoing in the halls of the upper room levels , we were provided accommodations in the RMI cottage next to the mansion which was very comfortable and gave us landscape view of the river. The staff and owners are very pleasant and the Inn serves high tea in the afternoon. I had high coffee. We were given a tour of the rooms since we were unable to stay within the mansion. This was our first visit to the RMI and we will definitely return. The restaurant and meals were excellent. The staff are the best.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Maine
Lucky with the weather.Posted Nov 26, 2014
Pros: Most everything
Although we stayed for 2 nights in late November, we had a 70+ degree sunny day to explore Oxford and St. Michaels. The Inn is very, very nice- restaurant is outstanding and prices are appropriate. The dinner menu is a nice mix of traditional courses with some creative additions. Breakfast, included with room rate, is fresh and very good with a complete selection from the menu. The room rate also includes afternoon tea in the living room- do NOT miss this. The home-made scones are outstanding. Being across the street from the ferry to Bellevue across the Tred Avon River provides a perfect setting to watch the river life. We'll definitely go back.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Charming and relaxing short break.Posted Oct 18, 2014 on Hotels
Wonderful old building with a good atmosphere. Breakfasts and evening meals were superb. We ate in three different locations - the dining room, tavern and on the porch, all of which we would recommend. The bedroom was very hot due to outside temperature but windows not easy to open. The building was in need of some maintenance but full of old charm and we would definitely stay there again. Oxford is a beautiful but sleepy town in October with many places closed which suited us but might be too quiet for some.