I have to start off by saying Ed and Susan (our hosts) went above and beyond to make our stay the most enjoyable we have ever experienced.
We stayed in the Commodore Room and it was absolutely lovely. The bed and linens were extremely comfortable and the charm of our room was incredible.
The food was delicious and Ed, Susan, and Alicia treated us like family.
We will be returning to Doc Smithers to tour the beautiful little town since we had a wedding to attend this time around. This is the only (the best) place to stay when visiting Chesapeake City, Md. You will not be disappointed!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1848 this charming B&B is only one block from the C&D Canal. Featuring a nice front porch with rockers, and it is walking distance to shops and excellent restaurants as well as the Marina. Full Breakfast at 9AM, and refreshments between 3PM and 5PM. Separate sitting room/library with a 60" flat screen HD TV, with Netflix. Fully restored in 1998. The B&B has many lovely antiques and an elevator for your convenience. It offers "Yesterdays Charm" with today's Comfort. Innkeepers: Captain Ed & Suzan Schweizer (USNavy, Ret.) Two rooms. $145 & $135 Friday - Sunday and $135 & $125 weekdays plus 6% Maryland sales tax. Payment method: Cash or Check. ... more less