Set on 30 acres of farmland, this farmhouse provides a trip through time to life on a tobacco plantation in the 19th century. Rooms are decorated with original family furnishings. Relax on one of the big outdoor porches or patios and watch the St. Mary's River running lazily nearby. In the evening there are two candlelit dining rooms—the foyer or the formal parlor. Five miles of hiking trails lead to St. Mary's City, and the inn has bikes for the use of guests. The in-house
restaurant specializes in seafood and occasionally serves such exotic items as bison, ostrich, or shark.