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Bartlett Pear Inn

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Natives Jordan and Alice Lloyd returned to their hometown and bought a 220-year-old home (the former Inn at Easton) right in the center...

Elk Forge B&B Inn and Retreat

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A 20-minute drive from North East, Elk Forge is nestled among 5 acres of woods and gardens along Big Elk Creek. Each of the 12 guest...

Lodgecliffe on the Choptank

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Located on a rise overlooking the river, this elegant turn-of-the-20th-century country home was the first bed-and-breakfast in the county...

River House Inn

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With its welcoming front porch, this Victorian home and its adjacent cottages are on two lovely acres on the banks of the Pocomoke River.

Robert Morris Inn

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In the early 1700s this building on the banks of the Tred Avon River was crafted as a home by ships' carpenters using ship nails, hand-hewn...

Ship Watch Inn

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Three levels of broad decks mean that every room has a place from which to relax and watch all manner of watercraft, including international...

The Oaks, a Country Inn

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Antebellum grace defines this 1748 mansion on 17 acres along the banks of Oak Creek, 3 mi from St. Michaels. The antique-filled inn has...

Tilghman Island Inn

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Warm and welcoming conviviality and casual elegance define this compact, modern resort overlooking the Chesapeake Bay and a waterfowl...

White Swan Tavern

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Step back in time at this inn restored to its appearance circa 1790. Built as a home in 1733, it was a tavern, then a general store;...

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