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410-226-5353

This captivating, two-story private cottage on the grounds of our historic waterfront inn is pet friendly, ensuring that you don’t have to leave your best friend behind when you go on vacation.

It is popular with honeymooners who treasure their privacy curled up in front of the fireplace watching the swan and geese swim by.

The oversized whirlpool bathtub beckons and then stroll out to the ivy covered, enclosed brick patio to have a sip of wine before dinner. The bedroom upstairs features a queen size white and brass bed with water views, as well as a down filled settee to read your favorite novel while watching the sun rise or set over the water.

Close proximity to Easton, St. Michaels, and Oxford, MD make this historic b&b the perfect weekend retreat.

Please Note: We require a 2 night minimum stay.

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cottage living area with loveseat table and fireplace by doors out to deck area
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During our off-season from November to March, the Cottage and Carriage House will be available for rent with a 20% off discount to accommodate for a temporary absence of breakfast.

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