The generously appointed room with queen four-poster bed with sitting area was named for the Maryland Governor, Phillips Lee Goldsborough, which is also the name of the street on which you find Easton's Promise. The Governor held office from 1912 to 1916. Charles Goldsborough, born in Dorchester County, was also a Governor of Maryland for one year in 1819.

This spacious room on the second floor has a queen-sized four poster bed, light on two sides and en suite bathroom with bath and shower combination. West-facing eight-foot bay window provides glorious afternoon light. Amenities include television, refrigerator, ceiling fan, antique loveseat and writing desk, plentiful closet space and drawers, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and ironing board.

$175/night plus 10% tax. 2 Night Minimum on Weekends
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