When my husband and my two daughters ages 14 and 8, arrived we greeted by Gracie, one of the friendly dogs at the hotel. The hotel owners were husband and wife and they were both very nice. Once we were in the area we realized there was not much to do in the area. The owners recommened a boat sailing close by. We did that and it was very relaxing. It was a hot day out, but it was shady on the boat. We must of went to the local ice cream parlor about 3 times in our 2 night stay! That proves there is not much to do. The hotel owns a little cafe in town where we went for lunch and enjoyed their paninis. They were quite good. Property is beautiful and very relaxing- they own over 50 acres! Overall, area is dull, but hotel is nice
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Inn at Huntingfield Creek, an historic, waterfront farm-estate in quaint Rock Hall, Maryland features upscale and romantic accommodations, family and pet-friendly cottages and private-event retreat facilities. Situated on Kent County's oldest land parcel, Huntingfield Manor was the hallmark of a 1,200-acre estate deeded by Lord Baltimore to the area's original settler, Thomas Ringgold. Ideal getaway from 'big-city blues' and the perfect setting for country-chic weddings, group meetings or reunions. ... more less
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