I have not stayed at these places but they look like good options. Each has their own merits. The Currier House B&B is just up the street from the Concord Point Lighthouse and is close to both the Maritime and Decoy Museums. The owner is also noted for her knowledge of local history.
The Old Chesapeake Hotel is located on Union Avenue near downtown (about one block from MacGregor's). It is associated with Ken's Steak and Rib House. They have acquired several old homes nearby and use those rooms also.
The Vandiver Inn is in a historic mansion built in 1886. It is located on Union Avenue at Fountain Street. They too have acquired a couple of the houses next door to supplement their rooms.
The Harrison Hopkins House was built in 1868. It is now the La Cle' D'Or (Key of Gold) Guesthouse. Ron Browning is the proprietor and host. He opened the guesthouse in 1994. This is another classy place to stay. It is located close to the downtown business district and the nice restaurants there. The entrance is at the glassed-in porch in the back. I decided to save money and eat breakfast out. In hindsight that was a mistake. I ended up only saving a couple of bucks and no doubt missed a wonderful breakfast.
The Crazy Swede, once only a restaurant, has spread it's wings and expanded into a Bed-n-Breakfast.
They now own several of the older houses in town, and have several rooms rooms usually available.
The Vandiver Inn is another former mansion turned into a Bed and Breakfast. There is also a small restaurant that can be booked for special occasions.
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