The Inn at Henderson's Wharf offers a peaceful retreat directly on the waters of Baltimore's most historic neighborhood, Fell's Point. It's the ideal destination for the most discriminating traveler – just steps from boutique shops, upscale pubs and fine dining, yet nestled on a cobblestoned street in a secluded, private corner of this charming community.
Experiencing world-class hospitality. Guests of the Inn at Henderson's Wharf also enjoy luxurious decor and elegant details that seamlessly blend old-world charm with new-world comfort, from the gorgeous lobby to the designer rooms. Nautical-inspired sculptures and paintings celebrate the neighborhood's maritime heritage throughout the Inn. The meticulous private courtyard provides the perfect setting for a quiet, peaceful escape.
Founded in 1893 and named for pre-Civil War merchant, John Henderson, the Wharf sits on the section of land that gave Fell's Point its name. The neighborhood served as the second largest port of entry into the United States for more than a century.