The crisp air, the sight of trees now barren of leaves, and the taste of pumpkin spice everything is the first hint that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Christmas decorations placed next to Halloween decorations and sandwiched between signs that say “Thankful” and “Blessed” are the final clue that yes, it’s time to start planning your Thanksgiving celebration! If you’re hoping for something new this year, we have a great idea: Escape to Annapolis and stay in one of our cozy Thanksgiving lodging in Annapolis MD! Visiting Annapolis for Thanksgiving is guaranteed to lighten your mood and help you feel thankful once more!
Thankful for You
Our guests come from all over the world and we know just how lucky we are that you enjoy our places to stay in Annapolis year after year. We work hard to show how grateful we are that you choose us! Our Thanksgiving rentals are filled with comfortable furnishings, state of the art electronics, and a warmth and cheer that is designed to help guests relax and enjoy! Fully equipped kitchens give the option of cooking a turkey dinner, while living areas with plenty of seating allow occupants to nap, play games, or watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade; some homes even allow you to cuddle up in front of the fireplace! The bedrooms are cheerful retreats featuring comfortable mattresses and the promise of a long night’s sleep, and everywhere you turn something special reminds you that we do this for you!
Let’s Talk Turkey
Although you could fix an entire Thanksgiving feast in our holiday places to stay in Annapolis, you won’t have to if you don’t feel like it, as there are plenty of restaurants in town willing to prepare it, serve it, and clean up after the meal is over! Carol’s Creek Café, Sam’s on the Waterfront, and Treaty of Paris Restaurant have been known to whip together a fancy feast for those who just can’t stomach the idea of cooking another Thanksgiving meal themselves.
When it’s time to do a little Black Friday shopping, local malls aren’t the only places you can find some bargains; local antique stores, clothing shops, and more gift shops than we can list here will make you happy you chose Annapolis for your holiday getaway! Maryland Avenue is one of our favorite streets to shop on, and Jo Fleming Contemporary Art store is our favorite place to warm up our credit cards!