I have been staying at this Inn since they opened. I am guessing it is going on close to 7 or 8 years now. It continues to be my favorite retreat from the Washington area and I make sure to get down there at least once in the spring, summer and fall. All three seasons have something different.
Carol is phenomenal in the kitchen, and if the tides and wind are right, you may even get a chance to catch some fish with George.
The Inn is gorgeous, sits right on the Chincoteague Bay and is quiet and inviting. You can spend your day reading and relaxing in one of the beautifully decorated rooms, down in the large main living room, or out front on one of the porches overlooking the bay.
I can't recommend this inn highly enough!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Circa 1834 Historic Waterfront Planters Residence. Listed on National Register of Historic Places. 4 bedrooms with queen bed, private bath, fireplace and waterview. Waterfront Cottage, 2 bedrooms 1.5 Baths, fireplace, screen porch, private pier. Full Breakfast, Swimming, crabbing, fishing, biking, canoe/kayaking. ... more less