Bartlett Pear Inn
28 South Harrison Street
Easton, MD 21601
Bartlett Pear Inn
Nestled in the heart of historic downtown Easton, the Bartlett Pear Inn was built in 1790. The classic Victorian style architecture honors the past while expressing the everyday comforts of hospitality and modern functionality. Rated #1 on Trip Advisor for Places to Stay in Easton, Bartlett Pear is a place to get away from the pressures of everyday life. Whether getting away for one or two nights, or maybe even longer, the Bartlett Pear Inn will allow you indulge in the greatest luxury of all—time for yourself.
Features And Accommodations
- Wireless internet
- Gourmet hot breakfast
- Private parking
- Private baths
- Many rooms with private sitting areas
- Full bar on location
- Room service available
Bartlett Pear is a 220 year old building located on less than an acre of land in the heart of Historic Downtown Easton. The building is graced with many porches, screened and open, a side patio complete with romantic lighting.
Jordan and Alice Lloyd, both natives of Easton, Maryland, traveled the East Coast gaining the experiences that would later serve them at the Bartlett Pear Inn. Jordan worked with Michel Richard at Citronelle, Thomas Keller at Per Se in NYC and with Christian Delouvrier at La Goulue in the Bal Harbour Shops in Miami. Additionally, Jordan learned European-style service at Auberge du Soileil in Hilton Head, South Carolina and The Four Seasons in Washington DC. Having achieved so many extraordinary experiences, Jordan and Alice felt their hometown of Easton was the place to settle down and raise a family.
In 2009, Jordan and Alice set their sights on the historic inn on 28 South Harrison Street in Easton. After many years of laborious love, Bartlett Pear Inn is now the premier dining bed and breakfast establishment on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Bartlett Pear Inn has been ranked #1 by Trip Advisor for the Restaurant and the Inn since its opening. Zagat has rated Bartlett Pear Inn a 28 out of 30 for cuisine. Bartlett Pear has acquired a national reputation by Open Table, ranking among the Top 100 American Fare Restaurants in the Country. This year Bartlett Pear made the list of Washingtonians Top 25 Restaurants. The Washington Post’s nationally recognized food writer, Tom Siestma says “…Lloyd has the chops to back up his dream”. The Baltimore Sun's Food Critic, Richard Gorelick recently awarded Bartlett Pear 4.5 stars out of 5!
Restrictions And Conditions
No smoking. The Inn rooms are not handicap accessible but the restaurant is accessible with ramp
Built in: 1790
Property Type: Inn/Bed & Breakfast
Architectural Style: Victorian
Location Type: Downtown