Find yourself a quiet inn, bed and breakfast or luxury hotel in towns like Cambridge, Centreville, North East or Annapolis. Rustic campgrounds are also plentiful, so you can rest well, wake refreshed and be close to all the action.
Guests feel right at home in this welcoming maritime village
Oxford, MD – Nestled on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, the Town of Oxford may be diminutive (its population numbers less than 1,000), but its charm, big heart, and character… Read More
Food & Wine magazine’s list of “America’s best bed and breakfasts” includes two Talbot County businesses — The Inn at 202 Dover and the Robert Morris Inn.
Located in Easton, the Inn at 202 Dover (www.innat202dover.com) is a stunning, Colonial… Read More
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After a day of exploring, retire to one of the many hotels, inns and B&Bs in Annapolis. House rentals are also an option for larger parties or those looking for an extended stay.
True water lovers… Read More
In Chesapeake City, great opportunities for shopping and dining are equaled only by the comfortable and convenient accommodations.
Visitors browse for unique gifts, modern art, handcrafted items and antiques in tiny shops with uneven glass windows and wooden floors. The… Read More
Using Chesapeake City as a base of operations, history buffs have opportunities to look back nearly 300 years to places touched by America’s founding and its fight for independence.
Mount Harmon in Earleville is a Colonial gem. A restored manor… Read More
Find comfort amid Cambridge’s many lodging options, including hotels, B&Bs and luxury resorts. Relaxation is a specialty of this port town.
The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa & Marina on Heron Boulevard offers comfort in a beautiful setting.… Read More