There's something for everyone at the Old Brick Inn...

The Wrightson Jones House (circa 1816)

The Wrightson Jones House was constructed by shipbuilder Wrightson Jones and his wife Elizabeth in 1816 on land purchased from Samuel Tennant for $250. In 1877 The St. Michaels Comet advertised the inn, known at the time as the Williams House, as having "entertainment for man or beast" The building later housed the St. Michaels Bank for a number of years before being converted back into an inn.

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The Carriage House
(Circa 1980)

While not a historical building, it displays an architectural style reminiscent of the mid-1800s in New Orleans architecture. The Carriage House has four very large guest suites with private baths. The building and courtyard provide the optimum compliment to the Wrightson Jones House.

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The Kemp House
(circa 1807)

This Georgian style house was built in 1807 by Col. Joseph Kemp, a Revolutionary soldier and hero of the War of 1812. Col. Kemp actively participated in the Battle of St. Michaels, commanding a cavalry patrol along San Domingo Creek. Gen. Robert E. Lee spent two nights in the house as a guest of the then owners Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sparks. The Sparks’ previous house on Mulberry Street was burned down because of Mr. Spark’s southern sympathies during the Civil War era. 

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The History of the Inns

The Wrightson Jones House
(circa 1816)

Wrightson Jones was a shipbuilder during the War of 1812. The Wrightson Jones House was constructed by Wrightson and Elizabeth Jones 1816 on land purchased from Samuel Tennant for $250. The inn has a cellar, unusual in St. Michaels, which still has a large cooking fireplace. The St. Michaels Comet advertised the inn, known as the Williams House in 1877, as having "entertainment for man or beast" The building later housed the St. Michaels Bank for a number of years before being converted back into an inn.

The Kemp House
(circa 1807)

This Georgian style house was built in 1807 by Col. Joseph Kemp, a Revolutionary soldier and hero of the War of 1812. Col. Kemp actively participated in the Battle of St. Michaels, commanding a cavalry patrol along San Domingo Creek. Gen. Robert E. Lee spent two nights in the house as a guest of the then owners Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sparks. The Sparks’ previous house on Mulberry Street was burned down because of Mr. Spark’s southern sympathies during the Civil War era. 

The Carriage House
(Circa 1980)

While not a historical building, it displays an architectural style reminiscent of the mid-1800s in New Orleans. The Carriage House has four very large guest suites with private baths. The building and courtyard provide the optimum compliment to the Wrightson Jones House.

As the founders of WineFest at St Michaels, we believe that wine makes everything better! Below are some of the labels we regularly have available for purchase at The Old Brick Inn. 

Enhance your stay at the Old Brick Inn

A Night Inn
$65
  • A delicious fruit and cheese tray for 2
  • Bottle of our house red wine
  • Pair of keepsake Old Brick Inn wine glasses
Wine & Dine​
$90
Ready for Romance
$50
    Bottle of our house red wine
  • Pair of keepsake Old Brick Inn wine glasses
Boat & Bottle
$85
  • 2 Patriot Cruise tickets
  • Bottle of our house red wine
  • Pair of keepsake Old Brick Inn wine glasses

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What Our Guests Say

“Access to everything within walking distance-we never used the car. Very relaxing and refreshing to return to when retreating from heat or refueling to go out again. “Hospitality” area with snacks and beverages throughout the day a plus. Our shower was amazing!”
"Everything about the Old Brick Inn is wonderful! Breakfast was yummy-everyday! Wonderful variety! This was our second visit and it definitely won’t be our last! Perfect weekend getaway! "
“What a lovely welcome! Thank you for a wonderfully relaxing stay. The Inn was spotless and extremely comfortable. We would love to join you again when our travels bring us this way again”