Our visit began when a tenant in a condo we own left in mid-month without prior notice. When we couldn't get cleaners and painters at short notice we spent a week ourselves getting it ready. By then we felt we deserved a reward, so we spent the security deposit, or at least a good part of it, at The Inn. In the end it turned out fine, because we were able to rent the condo at the beginning of the next month.
A historical marker in the center of "Little" Washington
... indicates that the original Washington is here.
We stayed in The Gay Street Inn, a few minutes walk from the more famous inn
... which welcomed us for dinner.
If the weather had been a little warmer, we might have enjoyed an aperitif in the courtyard
... however, it did present a pleasant view from our table.
Of course, the menu is extensive. Our choices are shown in blue -- the fact that we had previously enjoyed many of the other dishes made the selection process a little easier.
More than fifty cheeses were offered by Farrah, who greeted us with a moo as she approached our table.
Afterwards we enjoyed our coffee in the "living room."