What a wonderful getaway for a long weekend. The Inn is very clean, the hosts polite and the breakfasts were made fresh eat morning. Warm cinnamon muffins, eggs benedict, fresh fruit and fresh squeezed orange juice were just some of the delights each morning. There was coffee or hot tea and cookies throughout the day as well and a small fridge stocked with sodas and water for guests as needed.
We stayed in the Hermann room which was the last room down one of the hallways on the 2nd floor. Very quiet, large room, nice sized bathroom. When guests are not staying in a room, the doors are left open so you can take a peek. All rooms were clean and cozy and the 2nd level rooms with balconies were very spacious. Every local we met in Chesapeake City let us know we picked "the best" B&B. Chesapeake City itself is quaint, friendly, cozy and great for a few days. If you are looking for a party, stop at the Chesapeake Inn. Otherwise, sit back and relax in one of the nicest B&B's in the area!