Our home state is not just beautiful and fun, it is a state filled with history, getting its beginnings around the same time our country finally became an independent nation! As the next set of holidays are making their way to a calendar near you, you might be wondering what Maryland has to offer you for a three-day (or longer) Memorial Day getaway! This guide to our Memorial Day vacation rentals in Annapolis will give you the scoop on the best place to stay and a few activities to keep you entertained while you’re here!
In Love with the Holiday
Every holiday has a special place in our hearts, but there is something about Memorial Day that makes us leap for joy each year when it arrives again. Commissioning Week is generally held the week of Memorial Day (In 2021, graduation from the US Naval Academy will be on May 28th) and the streets of Annapolis and surrounding communities are generally bustling, making our homes sanctuaries of peace that all will appreciate! Comfortable, luxurious, and offering a summer charm that makes all who stay smile, each space is designed to make travelers feel at home. Whip together a tropical drink in the fully equipped kitchen, watch summer movies on state-of-the-art televisions in the living areas, and sleep deeply and soundly in bedrooms that are havens of peace after a long day of vacation adventures! Offering covered porches in some, fenced-in backyards in others, and something wonderful in all residences, our At Home Annapolis getaways make the perfect home base for your Memorial Day shenanigans and your Maryland explorations!
Always Exciting and Fun
If you do decide to take a road trip during your stay with us, the choices you will have on this three-day weekend of wow will keep you entertained! From Memorial Day 5Ks in Salisbury to our own special Annapolis Memorial Day Parade, the beauty of our state shines bright as does our patriotic leanings, no matter what town you end up visiting.
Reserve your At Home Annapolis Memorial Day vacation rental today and discover the simple joys of exploring a state that has a history that goes back to colonial days!