I think if you read the reviews you get a good idea of the best points--the grounds and the architecture--and the worst points--the paultry breakfast. It seems strange to me that the property wouldn't take note of this one bad point and simply change it. Anyway, we dealt with the breakfast thing and moved along into relaxing outside in hammocks, or kayacking around. It was pretty, peaceful, and the owner was very nice. I noticed the religious stuff here and there, but I didn't find it overwhelming. Kinda "whatever" if you ask me.
But here is one thing that in my opinion is a biggie: They have a flea-bitten, tick-infested stray cat that is a very aggressive begger and the owners dog is always present. I am an animal lover--but not when I am trying to have lunch outside on a picnic table and the scankie cat is jumping up on the table and the dog is yelping non-stop. It was a real drag. And yes, they need to tell their cleaning people that the balconies are part of the room and should be cleaned. Not too much to ask.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located minutes from St. Michaels on the Chesapeake Bay, our inn is an easy getaway from Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. A stroll around the grounds of the inn provides an opportunity to experience a graceful, historic location that is almost like a trip back to another era of hospitality and gracious living. ... more less
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- Wades Point Inn On The Bay Hotel Mcdaniel