It was our first visit here. Wanted a cool spot not too far from DC. Small and intimate like I like it. Daytime was busy with lots more visitors. Night was beautiful with nice sunsets and few people. Ate one meal that was really delicious.
Tony from Washington, DC
Situated by the ocean, this inn is in the same area as Tilghman Watermen’s Museum, St. Michaels Museum, and Chesapeake Bay …More
We were looking for a weekend away and noticed this location. The Inn was the home of a millionaire industrialist from the early 20th century and has a fascinating history which the owner will recount. The public rooms on the first floor are nicely decorated and highlight the qualities of the building itself. The inn is walking distance from the historic downtown in Cambridge and from the Chesapeake Bay. Although the Cambridge downtown has more empty storefronts than one would like to see, there are several good restaurants and an above average bakery and coffee shop.
Minnguy from DC area
Situated in Cambridge, this inn is close to Richardson Maritime Museum, Choptank River Lighthouse, and Long Wharf Park …More