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In October 2006, the Historic Tidewater Inn received a designation as a Historic Hotel of America. The roots of Easton began in 1712 and this historic air can be felt in and around the inn. In 1891 the Tidewater's predecessor was built and today, history is preserved in its classic elegance, decor and timeless service.... more
Cottage at Long Haul Creek is a newly renovated 3 BR waterfront home with old-fashioned charm. Situated on 6 acres, it is located just 1/2 mile from historic St. Michaels, MD,on the Chesapeake Bay. A maritime atmosphere is just a quick walk or bike ride away from this year round vacation home. Launch/sail your boat from the backyard pier, take a... more
Born out of the bricks from the ballast of W.R. Grace sailing ships, Great Oak Manor was styled after an 18th-century English country retreat. It's name is believed to refer to a large oak tree that once marked one of the corners of the property. ... more
Designed in 1877 and built in 1881, Lauretum is included on the National Register of Historic Places. Enjoy the charm of this late-Victorian house that stands as a piece of our nation’s history!... more
Step back in time with this historic Maryland manor. The original wing, circa 1820, has been fully restored and updated with modern comforts. Delight in original features like Italian marble fireplaces and a rooftop cupola at Kent Manor Inn!... more
The houses making up the inn started out as private homes. The Old Brick Inn was built in 1816 and you can glimpse the original exposed brick and flooring. Kemp House was built in 1807 and has original flooring and many log-burning fireplaces.... more
Designated a historic site by the Talbot County Historic Preservation Commission, the House was reportedly built by freed slaves during the American Civil War for Captain Andrew C. Barkman. In 1908, George McClellan Brooks built a four-room Gothic Revival Victorian addition to the structure which was carefully restored and expanded to its current... more