Went to the old Brick Inn for a long weekend. Our room was very comfortable and tastefully decorated. Breakfast was included and I wouldn't miss it. Choices varied , eggs benedict , omelet , blueberry pancakes etc.
Selections were homemade and delicious.
The Inn is near the center of town and walking distance to dockside and town restaurants. Brewery , Winery and Distillery are also within walking distance. Staff recommendations were excellent and superior to reviews found on line.
Carol from Richmond
Situated in the historical district, this bed & breakfast is in the same region as St. Michaels Museum, Chesapeake Bay …More
I stayed 3 nights with a relative in mid-January, so we had many facilities to ourselves. It was well-appointed, convenient, reasonably priced, and very comfortable. Staff were very pleasant and helpful without being at all intrusive. A cheering, invigorating, and restorative experience!
Situated in St. Michaels, this spa bed & breakfast is close to Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and St. Michaels Museum …More
This was a great place to stay and the kids really enjoyed it. Our room over looked the marina and had a fantastic view. The staff was help friendly and engaging upon check in. I highly recommend this hotel for couples as well as families.
Bob from Plant City
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center. Area attractions also include …More
Lazyjack has everything we could have hoped in a bed and breakfast--wonderful location in a peaceful 19th century bayside village that preserves the feeling of a small town, lovely yard and gardens, historic home dating to 1855 updated beautifully to offer all the amenities today's guests are looking for, views of the water including a charming cove where several of the area's oldest skipjacks dock and dozens of watermen still go out for oysters on weekdays in season, gracious and charming hosts who take care of every need and know everything you could want to know about local history, boats, food... In their gourmet kitchen they make delicious breakfasts with all the best fresh local products--something different and wonderful every day. The rooms are spacious with lots of lights and views in several directions. The house is decorated with such care and taste that the public areas and private rooms/suites should be comfortable for almost any guest--not fussy or frilly or too precious to touch, but special and welcoming with antique hardwood floors, wonderful fabrics and colors, plush linens and towels, fresh paint and wallpaper and tile, all new fixtures in the bathrooms. The lovely living room/sitting room by the front door has comfy couches around the cozy fireplace and views of the water. The breakfast room faces the sunrise with windows across a whole wall. The deck offers summer seating. The wide front porch overlooking the gardens is a perfect refuge in warm weather.
A from Baltimore/Washington
Situated on the waterfront, this bed & breakfast is close to Tilghman Watermen’s Museum. Regional attractions also include …More
Because of its historical nature,the rooms and bathroom were small. Yet that is what one should expect with lodging built so long ago. The breakfast was wonderful and the afternoon tea with scones,raspberry sauce and cream were delightful.
Beverly from Long Beach Island, New Jersey, USA
Situated near the beach in Oxford, this bed & breakfast is in the same region as River House Golf, St. Michaels Museum, and …More