St Michaels is a lesser known gem located in Talbot County on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The quaint town was voted in the top 10 small coastal towns to visit in America.
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Embark on a Chesapeake Bay getaway at Sandaway Suites & Beach in Oxford, Maryland. Easily walk to restaurants and shops in the historic district. Sandaway is a member of the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame and one of the few boutique hotels in Maryland with a private sandy beach on the Eastern Shore. From the beach, you can see spectacular views of two rivers as they merge into the Chesapeake Bay. An interesting variety of watercraft and waterfowl often pass by Sandaway. Guests love to spend hours relaxing in this tranquil setting. The waterfront Adirondack and lounge chairs are popular seats at Sandaway. For more privacy, most of the boutique hotel rooms and suites provide screened-in porches overlooking the water. Sandaway is close to Saint Michaels, Easton, and Cambridge. A car ferry provides a shortcut to St. Michaels just 7 miles away.
Hummingbird Inn is located in a beautiful, circa 1865 Queen Anne Victorian in the heart of Easton, Maryland’s historic district. Blending the best of Victorian style with modern comfort, the Hummingbird Inn is welcoming, hospitable, and so much more than just a place to sleep. We’re a quick, two-block walk from Easton’s boutique shops, restaurants, galleries, and theater, and short a ride to boating, beaches, and all the Eastern Shore attractions. Hosting an Event? Hummingbird Inn’s stately architecture, lush landscape, and extensive Victorian gardens offer a striking, spacious venue Relax, meet new friends, discover the beauty of the Eastern Shore. Hummingbird Inn is a stately Queen Anne Victorian with a striking copper-roofed turret, lush gardens, and wrap-around porch. Hummingbird Inn blends the grandeur of the past with modern features and comfort.
Escape and enjoy Sunrises on the bay in Chesapeake Beach Maryland. A quiet humble little eclectic home nestled in a quiet beach community shared by two on site innkeepers artists. Ar work and nick knacks throughout the house. A private getaway for just one guest or couple a a time. We have many visiting artists and people who like art. The town is a little modern fishing village just 45 minutes from DC. 3 boardwalks, boat charters, and lots of little restaurants. Leave your worries and your shoes by the door. Our humble little home by the bay is comfy cozy and humble. No antiques here and if you look hard enough you may find some dust. If you are fussy his is not he place for you. Our little home has beautiful views, great vibes, is peaceful and has a big heart. Resort style amenities catering to just one couple at a time or singles who need a place to relax while they create. Again, We are not fancy, and are definitely not for fussy people. But if you want a quite place to be to just quietly watch beautiful sunrises for a little while this might be just he right fit for you. Questions feel free to ask before you book. Continental breakfast provided. Perfect for teleworking and elopements just for two. No additional guests. Adults and couples only. SPIRAL STAIRS leading to suite bedroom. Not suitable for anyone who has problems with stairs. Non smoking. Pets considered under 20 pounds on a case by case basis. Contact via email before booking 410 231 7645 https://chesapeakebeacharthouse.com/
The Inn at Huntingfield Creek is a well-appointed bed and breakfast situated on 70-acres of land with Chesapeake Bay views. featuring comfortable rooms with fine linens, plush robes and towels, down comforters and private bathrooms. The harmonic atmosphere of the inn is perfect for weddings, family vacations or a romantic retreat with guest rooms, cottages and a vacation rental available for lodging. Enjoy panoramic views of the countryside, pet-friendly rooms, spa baths with whirlpool tubs and much more. Maryland’s Eastern Shore region is well known for its many nature preserves, fishing/crabbing, marinas, antique shops and areas of historical interest. As the Inn at Huntingfield Creek is the closest inn to the wonderful Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge, it’s easy to spend an entire day walking the trails, snapping photos or viewing the resident Bald Eagles and tundra swans enjoying the wonders that Chesapeake Bay has to offer.
Fall in love all over again. Solomons Victorian Inn captures all the charm and grace of a bygone era. Innkeepers Steve and Shawn have created a warm and gracious Maryland getaway, not only making their guests comfortably welcome, but assuring return visits. Whether you are enjoying the harbor views from your room, having a glass of wine in the lush gardens, dining on one of the Inn’s sumptuous breakfasts, or just strolling through the quaint village, the atmosphere that surrounds you will make your stay a lasting memory. The Inn is situated on the southern tip of Solomons Island, MD along the beautiful western shore of the Chesapeake Bay. This location makes for a truly easy getaway, as it is less than 1 .5 hours from Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. The Inn is also convenient to Richmond, Baltimore, and Philadelphia for an ideal alternative to Solomons Island hotels. Solomons Island is an inviting year-round travel destination. Most restaurants, shops, and the Calvert Marine Museum are open twelve months a year and are only a short stroll from the Inn. The area enjoys sunshine 245 days per year, so there isn’t a time when something is not in bloom – whether camellias in February or crape myrtle in September. Solomons is the perfect location and Solomons Victorian Inn, the perfect choice, for your Maryland getaway.
Be close to the action, but away from the crowds at Rachael’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast. A quiet oasis in one of Baltimore's safest neighborhoods, we are only steps from the Convention Center, U of Maryland Medical Campus, Camden Yards and M&T stadium. Rachael’s Dowry is perfect for the business professional, traveler and sports fan who prefers a comfortable, relaxing home after a long day. Daily gourmet breakfasts, afternoon tea, brandy and snacks ensure that our guests are well cared for throughout their stay. Let us help you plan your perfect stay in Charm City. Our six spacious suites have private baths with shower, king or queen bed, wireless connectivity, DirecTV, and other amenities that the business or leisure traveler needs. Off-street parking is available.
Our bed and breakfast inn has been lovingly restored to create a warm and cozy place to stay in Washington DC. Our historic row house in Kalorama by Dupont Circle offers 12 comfortable guest rooms with modern amenities, all while maintaining the charm and character of yesteryear. Our friendly staff and beautiful accommodations create the ultimate home-away-from-home for visits to our nation’s capital. Our bed and breakfast near Dupont Circle is centrally located in Washington DC, making it an ideal location for business travelers and convention attendees. It is extremely close to the Washington Hilton Hotel and within an easy walk to many Washington DC convention sites such as the Omni Shoreham Hotel, and the Washington DC Convention Center.
We are a small private and quiet B&B located in Historic Milton, Delaware. The home is a restored Governor's mansion, decorated in period antiques and artwork. Guests have a private entrance and guest areas and a veranda for outside enjoyment with onsite parking. We feature a full breakfast each morning. We have been in business for over 20 years and are close to Prime Hook Wildlife refuge, local restaurants, antique shops, and outlet shopping close to Rehoboth and Lewes beaches.
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Whether you are looking to shop, eat, play, relax, swim, sail, learn, or explore, there is something for you in St Michaels! St Michaels MD bed and breakfast offer a laid-back, charming, and authentic experience compared to staying in commercial hotels during your vacation.
History buffs will rejoice at the colorful colonial past of St Michaels, which dates back to the mid-1600’s, when it originally served as a trading post for tobacco farmers and trappers. The Christ Episcopal Church of St Michael Archangel parish was founded in 1672, this is what gives the town its present day name, St. Michaels. In the late 1700’s James Braddock, a British land agent bought 20 acres of land which is now the historic center of St. Michaels. In present day, many of the seaside resort town’s homes reflect the colonial past, as several homes date back to the 1700’s and 1800’s.
Set right on the seaside, there is no shortage of activities to do during a visit to St Michaels. One of the top rated activities is to pay a visit to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum which sits right on the waterfront. Museum guests can peruse the extensive outdoor and indoor exhibitions which are constantly changing. The museum also hosts annual festivals which celebrate Chesapeake Bay culture, seafood, boats, and history.
Additionally, visitors can explore the historic district on foot to see the many colonial and victorian-style homes which dot the coastal, historic town. There are plenty of wineries, distilleries, tasting rooms, restaurants, and breweries to be enjoyed. In the summertime outdoor activities such as kayaks, swimming pools, and swimming in the bay waters can be enjoyed. Tilghman Island can also be visited, which is a 3-mile long island separated from the mainland by Knapps Narrows. A drawbridge makes the island accessible by car. Visitors to the island can enjoy seafood, laid-back coastal hospitality, fishing, and boating opportunities.
St. Michaels and its surrounding bay area are home to more than 600 miles of shoreline bursting with several waterfront villages, charming small towns, and a distinctive sophistication. Visitors to the area can enjoy the many trails, waterfront offerings, and natural features that surround the area at large. Some of the natural and free activities on offer in St. Michaels and the surrounding area include paddling or kayaking down a river or in the bay, biking through miles of scenic byways, walking through the endless nature trails, or going for a refreshing dip in the bay. St. Michaels and the rest of the bay area offer the perfect combination of natural charm and urban comforts.
Whether you’ll spend a weekend or an entire week enjoying the charming coastal town of St. Michaels, there is no shortage of things to do, places to eat and drink, and interesting sights to be explored. The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is among the top visited sights as it offers an in-depth perspective of local Chesapeake culture and features indoor and outdoor exhibitions that regularly change.
History buffs can explore the rich colonial past of St. Michaels which is a deeply historic town with several Colonial-Victorian style homes that date back to the 1700’s. Outdoor lovers and energetic travelers can enjoy the many outdoor activities on offer, particularly in the warmer months. Go for a dip in a swimming pool or in the bay, sun bathe at the beaches, kayak around the calm waters, go for a walk down one of the many nature trails, arrange a sailing or fishing trip.
Tilghman Island offers an interesting nearby day trip. The island is accessible from St. Michaels by car via a drawbridge and offers an array of dining, boating, and activity options.
The best times of the year to visit St. Michaels are during the warmer months, from June until early October. If your trip will revolve around summer activities, such as spending time boating, beaching, kayaking, or swimming, then your best bet is to visit sometime from June through August. Since St. Michaels is a resort town, the hotels tend to become quite crowded during the summer. If you’re not going for the outdoor activities and your trip itinerary is more focused on dining and exploring the town, then going in the spring or fall months when the crowds are smaller is ideal.
St. Michaels is known for its vast array of upscale cuisine and beverage offerings. A trip to the coastal town is not complete without a visit to the Lyon Rum Distillery and Tasting Room which is well known for its several outstanding rums available for tasting and purchasing. Wine enthusiasts should head over to St. Michaels Winery for the friendly atmosphere and an impressive list of wine offerings. There is also a well-known brewery in St. Michaels, Eastern Shore Brewing, that offers flights, tastings, and beer available for purchase.
Bistro St. Michaels is one of St. Michaels’ finest cuisine options with French, American, Seafood, International dishes and more on its menu. For fine seafood dishes, head to 208 Talbot which offers a fine-dining menu of fresh, local dishes. For upscale American cuisine head to Theo’s which offers an upscale steakhouse-style menu. There are several other restaurants including seafood, pizza, crab houses, and more.
There’s no better way to top off a stay in the charming historic town of St. Michaels then at a quaint Victorian-style bed and breakfast in the historic district. Bed and breakfasts offer a variety of advantages that large-scale hotels are unable to offer to guests. Plus, staying at a bed and breakfast helps support local businesses since most are privately owned by the friendly hosts who will greet you upon arrival. Smooth check-ins, charming interiors, and complimentary breakfast are just among a few of the many benefits of staying in a bed and breakfast St. Michaels. Expect spacious guest rooms with a historic ambience combined with modern amenities and conveniences. Some bed and breakfasts come equipped with swimming pools and relaxing communal areas.
Bed and breakfast St. Michaels offer a unique perspective into the historical past of the charming coastal town. Staying at a bed and breakfast offers a variety of modern comforts combined with historical charm. During your getaway, expect complimentary gourmet breakfasts, smooth check-in, spacious guest rooms with private bath and luxurious amenities, plush bedding, free wifi, and more.
St. Michaels is accessible by bus, train, car, boat, or plane, and it all depends on where you’ll be coming from. The picturesque town is located on a peninsula and is surrounded by rivers. St. Michaels sits about 45 miles east of DC and Baltimore, about 1 hour and 30 minutes driving. If you are coming from Annapolis then St. Michaels can be reached by boat. Greyhound buses provide daily service to the nearby town of Easton which is just 15 minutes from St. Michaels. Rental cars are available at all nearby airports if you’ll be arriving by plane. The town of St. Michaels itself is walkable, so a car is not absolutely necessary during your stay.
Whether you are coming for a family vacation, a romantic getaway with your special someone, or a casual summer getaway with friends, there is a bed and breakfast option for you.
George Brooks House sits on the outskirts of the coastal town on 8 acres of land, making it a quiet, peaceful, and elegant option with an outdoor swimming pool and lush gardens. Guests are welcome to use the guest house’s bikes to explore the surrounding area. The spacious, elegant guest rooms feature flat-screen televisions and surround-sound systems, plush bedding, luxurious bathrooms with upscale toiletries, and more. Some rooms feature jacuzzi’s.
If you want to stay on the historic waterfront, then Point Breeze B&B is the place to stay. The family-home style bed and breakfast has been running for 5 generations and offers a cozy, home-style ambience to its guests. There are several common areas that guests can enjoy and the sprawling green grounds are filled with trees and sunny expanses. A delicious, complimentary breakfast is served each morning on a screen porch that overlooks the water. The center of St. Michaels is just a short walking distance from this bed and breakfast.
Hambleton Inn features newly renovated rooms on a polished Colonial-style property. Guests can enjoy spacious elegant guest rooms with modern amenities, several communal areas, and waterfront views. A fresh, hot, gourmet breakfast is served each morning in the onsite dining area. Guests can enjoy easy walking access to all of the shops, museums, eateries, and art galleries in the nearby historic town center.
Parsonage Inn is set in a colonial, brick-style 1800’s mansion in the Historic District of St. Michaels. It is located within walking distance to several of St. Michaels most popular attractions, including the harbor, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, and some of the popular restaurants. The inn is well known for its free bikes, high-speed wifi, flat-screen televisions, hospitality, spacious guest rooms, and delicious breakfasts.