The Brick Hotel is in historic Georgetown, Delaware. The history of the original building the hotel is built on traces back to the 1800s and the building is on tan he National Registry of Historic Places. The hotel features an in-house casual dining restaurant and many amenities in their 14, uniquely designed guest rooms.
The Brick Hotel has 14 guest rooms available for rent.
Calvert’s Sanctuary was Calvert Richardson (the President of the Wilmington Trust Bank) personal office and the home of some of the biggest banking deals in the bank’s history. The first guest to stay in this room after the building was transformed into a hotel was the governor of Delaware. The room is the most deluxe suite in the Hotel, providing guests with their fireplace and separate sitting area. The large, picturesque windows provide views of The Circle area of the hotel, or guests can head around the corner and sit outside on the front veranda on one of the rocking chairs. The room is accessible via an elevator, which makes the room the only handicapped accessible room for larger groups (as the room can comfortably fit up to five overnight guests). Calvert’s Sanctuary has a king size bed and an additional full-size sleeper sofa.
The Baker guest room is named after the original innkeeper, Burton Baker. Baker was well known for bringing popularity to the original hotel as well as being a Union supporter. The room also has a private fireplace and a small table with chairs for guests to sit at and enjoy the view. The Baker guest room features a queen size bed.
The Mayor’s Manor room is named for one of the owners of The Brick Hotel, a former mayor of the town of Georgetown. The room features a pineapple theme to highlight the hospitality of the staff. The Mayor’s Manor is the only guest room that is in the historic section of the building that has a private closet. The room features a full-size bed and is also on the second floor and available via the elevator.
The Chambers is named for the room’s original use during the 1800s - to house judges and lawyers who were trying cases. The room features a full-size bed and is also on the second floor (with elevator access). The Chambers guest room is one of the more economical options at The Brick Hotel.
The Lazy Daisy is one of the newer rooms at The Brick Hotel. The room has a private porch overlooking the garden. The room is on the second floor, accessible by elevator, and is near the rooftop garden terrace. The Lazy Daisy is connectable to The Parrot’s Perch guest room. An additional twin-size blow-up mattress is available for a small additional fee.
The Parrot’s Perch features a king size bed that can be split into two twin size beds. This guest room is another one of the newer rooms and is connectable to The Lazy Daisy guest room. The Parrot’s Perch also has a private porch and additional blow-up twin-size mattress on request.
Lingering Lily is another newly redesigned guest room with a king size bed and a private balcony. The guest room can be connected to the Vines room and is on the second floor (elevator access is available). Lingering Lily has a table and chairs and available deluxe blow up mattress.
The Vines guest room, connectable to the Lingering Lily room, also features a newly designed design with a king size bed, private balcony, table and chairs, and free deluxe blow up mattress.
The final room on the second floor is the Palms guest room. The room features a Caribbean theme with a queen size bed, table and chairs, deluxe blow up air mattress (does not come standard - an additional fee will apply), and a private balcony.
There are five different Tinker Hall rooms available as well. This series of rooms are on the third floor, and each is slightly different. They feature either a king size or queen size bed with views of The Circle or the garden terrace. Tinker Hall #4 is also rumored to be haunted by friendly ghosts.
While each guest room may differ, the majority of the rooms feature their private bathrooms with showers and heated towel racks, individually controlled air conditioning and heating units, and flat screen televisions.
Located inside The Brick Hotel is a restaurant, The Counting House. The Counting House only uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients in the menu in an attempt to be as environmentally sustainable as possible. The menu is made of regional dishes and is open for lunch, and dinner Tuesday through Saturday. Brunch only will be available on Sunday mornings. Reservations are strongly recommended. Some of the top favorites are the Bibb salad, steamed mussels, sweet tea pork, and the croque madame sandwich.
The Counting House also has daily happy hour specials on their unique drink menu, which includes drinks like the Accrued Interest, Bonnie and Clyde, and Dirty Monday. They also have wines by the glass or by the bottle and a rotating draft menu.
For guests who are looking to dine outside of the hotel, a variety of other dining options exist in Georgetown. These options include cuisines like pizza, Caribbean, Mexican, Italian, and Chinese.
Within two miles of The Brick Hotel are a variety of shops, activities, and events.
For hotel guests looking to learn more about the history of the area, self-guided walking tours are available. Maps are available in the hotel lobby. The highlights of the tour include the Town Hall, Court House (for all of Sussex County), Old Fire Hall, Mansion House, and more. The Old Courthouse, which is open Saturdays, also offers tours.
Just outside of town is a 95-acre sports facility, Sports at the Beach. This baseball facility hosts youth tournaments from May through October, and weeklong summer tournaments as well.
Guests of the hotel will also be able to access discounted rates for the local fitness center, Flex World. With extended hours and state of the art fitness equipment, guests can enjoy continuing their fitness goals even while on vacation.
Shopping in the Georgetown area has limited options, but the area has a variety of antique shops that are just walking distance from the hotel. There is also a Wal-Mart, and guests who are willing to drive just a few miles will also be able to expand their shopping options in Lewes and Rehoboth.
Finally, although not walking distance, there are many beaches just a short drive from the hotel. The most popular beaches are in Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Ocean City, and Fenwick Beach. Rehoboth Beach is the most popular, as the town is a resort town that offers a water park, beaches, outlet shopping, and amusement rides.
Eighteen the Circle, Georgetown, DE, 19947, Phone: 302-855-5800