By Preservation Maryland
Looking to make your lifelong dream of becoming a historic innkeeper a reality? The iconic Washington Inn & Tavern owned by the Town of Princess Anne in Somerset County is up for sale.
Built in the reign of King George II in 1744, The Washington Inn has been the center of the community for more than 275 years. It’s the second oldest inn in Maryland providing lodging and hospitality. The property is one of 242 structures included in the Princess Anne Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Named (decades after it was built) for President George Washington, the inn has served as a catalyst for business growth in a district committed to historic preservation, economic growth, and community development.