Two day couple retreat for 10 yr Anniversary. We booked in advance the “Upper Deck” room with a little apprehension because of the common deck comments others made. We could not have been happier. Though the deck is shared by others, having your own separate entrance is well worth it. Only one other couple used the deck and it was only after they talked with us.
The room is smallish but perfect for a couple, bed is new and comfortable. The bathroom is appropriate for the size of the room.
In passing, while making reservations for dinner with Lin, I mentioned that we were on a special getaway and we arrived to a card, rose petals and a bottle of bubbly. What a great way to kick off the stay.
Breakfast was nice fresh coffee and OJ with a sweet treat on the table along with your starter. Hot entrées were a blueberry bread pudding and next day was baked egg cups in toast. Portion size was nice.
Available all day on the screened in porch there is coffee, tea, water, orange drink, fruit punch, cookies brownies, trail mix and nuts. No need to bring anything other than swimsuits. Towels, sunscreen, bug spray, hats, chair backpacks, boogie boards, skim boards, and beach bikes provided.
Overall great stay without any problems to note. Stay here for a quaint Victorian B&B close to downtown with all the conveniences of home and being spoiled at grandma’s house mixed together.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Miss Molly's Inn sits on the bay and has five wonderful porches with plenty of rocking chairs and a large deck on the second floor that overlooks the bay. We also have a beautiful screened in porch full of flowers. The inn is open all year round and is perfect for honeymoons, small weddings, conferences and family get-togethers! Miss Mollys is also where Marguerite Henry wrote her classic 'Misty of Chincoteague'. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Miss Molly`s Inn Bed And Breakfast
- Miss Molly`s Hotel Chincoteague Island