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Inn At The Canal Bed & Breakfast
104 Bohemia Ave
Chesapeake City, MD 21915-1218
Phone: +1--4108855995
Fax: +1--4108853585

Bob and Carol Roethke


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You'll enjoy bountiful gourmet breakfasts in our elegant dining room. 10 foot windows and a beautiful bay window provide wonderful ambiance.  Sit at individual tables or join new friends at the antique oak claw foot.  Breakfast is served at your convenience between 8AM and 10 but we can be flexible to accomodate your special needs.
A beautiful rice carved canopy bed is found in "Cassidy Wharf".  In the step-down bath you'll find a European soaking tub with shower.  We provide the bubble bath!A view of the ships and pleasure boats from your guest room window.
Relaxed seating on the front porch.  People watch, read a book or catch a glimpse of a ship passing through the Canal.A beautiful December day!
Head of the Chesapeake Bay - the waterways of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, viewed directly from our waterfront porchFun shopping, great restaurants, incredible views all within steps of the Inn.  The entire village is on the Historic Register, as an original 19th century waterfront village, carefully restored to it's unique  charms.
Chesapeake City bridge - photo courtesy of Dick LeGates shows how picturesque this historic little town is - come see for yourself!