Eastern Shore Bed and Breakfast
There are a bunch of bed and breakfasts on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia, which makes sense because they fit in so well in our tiny, historic towns.
The Virginia's Eastern Shore Bed and Breakfast Association has an informative directory. And here's a directory for Maryland's Eastern Shore B&Bs. And here's a listing of bed and breakfasts in the Chesapeake Bay region.
Eastern Shore of Virginia Bed and Breakfasts
Cape Charles House
A beautifully restored Colonial revival home in the original part of the town. Furnished with orientals, antiques and heirlooms. Excellent gourmet breakfast, wide porch, private baths, ceiling fans, and individual climate control.
Traveler Reviews of the Cape Charles House
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1848 Island Manor House
Historic and romantic; adjacent to downtown Chincoteague on Main Street.
Channel Bass Inn
Originally built as a private home in 1892, the Channel Bass became an Inn in the 1920s.
Miss Molly's Inn
This bayside Victorian inn has been restored to its 19th century charm.
Nestled in the heart of Chincoteague Island.
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Colonial Manor Inn
Victorian on 2 park-like acres.
Inn and Garden Cafe
1880 house renovated in 2004 into a 4-room inn and a popular restaurant.
Inn at Onancock
A gourmet bed and breakfast. 3 blocks from the Onancock wharf and 1.5 blocks from downtown. The Inn offers 5 spacious guest rooms with spa-style baths. An ambience of casual sophistication with antiques and oriental carpets.
On happening North Street. 5 rooms with queen beds and private baths. Full breakfast served every morning.
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Maryland Eastern Shore Bed and Breakfast Inns
Blue Max Inn
Generous porches in the heart of the historic area. Once occupied by Jack Hunter, author of "The Blue Max".
Inn at the Canal
A few steps from the town's shops and restaurants, and there is a view of the canal and harbor from several rooms.
Ship Watch Inn
The charm and warmth of a southern bed and breakfast with the amenities and service of a modern hotel.
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My Fair Lady
This Queen Ann Victorian was built in 1900 during the prosperous years of the seafood boom in Crisfield. Five period bedrooms - each with a private bath, and a top-floor suite with three bedrooms, meeting area and private bath.
Alexander House B&B
A booklover's bed and breakfast, the Alexander House is filled with literary portraits and memorabilia honoring classic and contemporary writers and their works.
Built by lumber baron Charles H. Hayman around 1898 in the style of the Queen Anne Colonial Revival, the home displays a mix of architectural and design features.
Faithfully restored 1852 mansion with formal garden in Princess Anne's historic district.
Inn at Huntingfield Creek
Historic farm estate with bed and breakfast accomations and family-friendly cottages.
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