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Prepping for St. Patrick’s Day in Oxford, MD

March 17 is just around the corner, which means we are on the lookout for four-leaf clovers, green clothing, and perhaps even a leprechaun sighting (with a pot of gold of course). That’s right; we’re talking about St. Patrick’s Day!…

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March Events in Easton & Oxford MD

It’s been a wonderful winter here at the Combsberry Inn, with a few magical snow days and plenty of cozy nights spent bundled up by the fire; but warm weather and springtime fun are on our minds and we can’t…

Tell Us Your Love Story!

Valentine’s Day LOVE Contest at the Combsberry Inn in Oxford, MD “Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.” – Aristotle Aristotle was wise in many regards, particularly in his profound assessment that love is two bodies sharing…

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Enjoy a Winter Escape at the Combsberry Inn

Once the holidays are behind us, we find ourselves in a bit of a lull. On the one hand, we look forward to things slowing down a bit, but we also find ourselves missing the excitement and activities that the…

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Holiday Treats: Christmas Cranberry Pound Cake

Christmas Eve is tomorrow…can you believe it?? In the spirit of Christmas we thought this would be the perfect time to share one of our favorite pinned recipes for a holiday dessert (or even a Christmas morning treat). The first…

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Holiday Events Near The Combsberry Inn

The holiday season is full of merriment, joy, and festive fun, which is why we consider it to be one of the most magical times of year here at the Combsberry Inn in Oxford. From the holiday decorations to the…

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The Waterfowl Festival in Easton, MD: Part II

As sad as we are that October is coming to an end, we have plenty to look forward to in November, including one of our favorite local fall festivals! The Waterfowl Festival in Easton is just around the corner, which…

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Babymoon with Us at the Combsberry Inn!

At Combsberry, we have been host to many, many honeymoons, but did you know that we are also a fantastic destination for a babymoon? That’s right, a relaxing few days away at the Inn before your family expands is just…

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Celebrate Autumn at the Combsberry Inn

“Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons.” – Jim Bishop In our humble opinion, autumn is one of the most magical times of year. Between the rich hues that surround us, the crisp, refreshing air,…

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“Fall” In Love with the Combsberry Inn

Seriously, what’s not to love about fall!?! The autumn months bring unparalleled beauty to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, as the leaves begin to change and display the rich hues of the season. What’s more, the autumn chill arrives, bringing…

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Dock with us at the Combsberry Inn

‘One if by Land, Two if by Sea’… or so Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once wrote in his poem, “Paul Revere’s Ride” to describe the signal used to guide Revere’s famous midnight ride. At Combsberry, we welcome our riders to come…

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Take a Ride Back in Time at Combsberry

History and Combsberry go hand and hand, which should come as no surprise considering the rich history of our property. Our historic 1730 English Country Manor is situated on 30-acres of land that has borne countless memories for us, our…

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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