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Profitez Maryland hospitalité au coeur du quartier historique de cette belle et nouvellement restauré Queen Anne victorien situé à seulement un pâté de maisons de la rivière et la marina publique. Trois chambres élégantes avec salle de bains privative sont meublées avec des antiquités et reproductions avec tout le confort des clients à l'esprit. En hiver, trois cheminées dans les salles communes sont pour les invités puissent en profiter. Au printemps, été et automne, vous pourrez profiter de la brise de la rivière depuis le porche nord, ou une retraite isolée sur le porche sud. Une courte promenade vous menera à la marina ou Long Wharf, à dîner, ou à l'une des galeries de charme ou boutiques de la ville. Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge est tout juste vingt minutes. Bikers profiter des nombreux miles de l'équitation facile dans le comté de Dorchester.
4,8 sur juillet 25, 2016
Beautiful rooms (we stayed in the blue room and loved the huge bathroom with claw foot tub). The owners were lovely and very helpful- made us feel right at home. Delicious breakfast that I am still dreaming about! We also loved being able to walk just a block to dinner and the waterfront. Great stay in Cambridge!
5 sur juillet 10, 2016
From the moment we arrived at the Mill Street Inn in Cambridge, Maryland, we knew that we were at a very special place and had chosen well for our vacation. Jennie and Skip Rideout, the owners of the Inn, were very welcoming and most helpful with suggestions about where to dine and what to see while we were in Cambridge. Our accommodations were wonderful, and the Inn and the gardens were beautiful. Jennie is a superb cook, and the breakfasts she served were excellent, incorporating fresh, local area produce and herbs from her garden. The Mill Street Inn is a very special place, and we are looking forward to staying there again..
5 sur juin 19, 2016
We have stayed in many BBs--it's a good way to get to know the area from "insiders"-- but the Mill Street Inn was one of the best places we've visited. The house is immaculate yet inviting, full of homey touches such as board games, local newspapers, and overstuffed comfy chairs with soft blankets draped along the back in case a nap is imminent. The breakfasts are delicious, and feature local ingredients. The pecans in the pecan pancakes are from the backyard! The hosts are friendly, knowledgeable about the area, and so incredibly interesting to talk to. They make no demands on the guests, yet are available to talk or answer questions at a moments' notice. Their stories about the house, the town, and their lives are fascinating. But they also take an interest in their guests. Many of the guests are return visitors -- we plan to be among that group in the future. Mark and Shelley Lakshmanan, Indiana
5 sur juin 17, 2016
Beautiful house, lovely home-made breakfasts, warm hosts. Jennie and Skip are most friendly and accommodating. The room was very comfortable, with every detail and amenity attended to. We highly recommend a stay here.
4,2 sur mai 19, 2016
Just returned from a wonderful stay at the Mill Street Inn! The inn keepers, Skip and Jenny are wonderful kind people and really made it special. The room was updated yet filled with beautiful antiques and the bathroom was huge! The extra big bathtub was fantastic! The inn keepers provide take home note cards of the Inn and small splits of wine and truffles. Nice touches. All and all a wonderful stay and can't wait to go back!!
4,4 sur mai 17, 2016
A gracious house, with friendly inn-keepers. Gourmet breakfasts, new menu each day. Four comfortable rooms on the first floor are open to guests. The Cambridge suite includes a large bedroom and sitting room. The bath is luxurious! It was ideal for me as the house is quiet.
4,4 sur janvier 12, 2016
We arrived around 4 and were greeted by the owners who provided a walk through of the facility that made us feel welcome and cared for. The rooms were gracious and spacious. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom had all the amenities including robes for use in the morning. There are no coffee pots in the room and coffee service begins at 7:30, a small inconvenience for an early riser. Breakfast was elegant and simple. We would gladly return.
Réponse du propriétaire
We're glad that, all things considered, you enjoyed your brief stay. Sorry the coffee wasn't early enough; if you make a return visit, just let us know how early you would like coffee. We do our best to accommodate our guests' wishes, within reason. We would be happy to have you here again. Happy New Year. Jennie
5 sur novembre 15, 2015
Jennie and Skip are gracious, welcoming and engaging hosts who clearly love what they do and love their community. The B&B is beautifully decorated, and the gourmet breakfasts are outstanding, with a unique menu for each day. Their home is within an easy walk of the Choptank River and historic downtown. We appreciated their recommendations, advice and insights, which made our visit to Cambridge even more enjoyable.
5 sur mai 20, 2015
We visited Cambridge to celebrate our wedding anniversary and had a wonderful relaxing time. We like to walk and the Inn is located perfectly for walking to town or down to the boat dock and lighthouse. Jennie and Skip are delightful hosts who can provide many stories about and places to visit on the eastern shore. We will be back!
4,0 sur mai 06, 2015
My wife and I had signed up for the Six Pillar Century bike ride, and I booked the Mill Street Inn as it looked convenient. It was an excellent choice, as it was only 6 blocks from the start of the ride. More importantly, the hosts were gracious, efficient, and the room (Winifred) was exceptional. Finally, this inn is walking distance from the harbor and downtown Cambridge, and the visit left us thoroughly restored, We highly recommend this B&B.
petite ville historique, fondée 1684, Centre ville, En bord de mer, Petite ville
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 74 miles
Pont Croix Bay, continuez vers le sud sur la route 50. Traversez la rivière Choptank dans le comté de Dorchester. Tourner à droite sur l'avenue Maryland au premier feu de circulation. Passez à travers pont-levis en distrit historique. Tourner à droite sur Spring Street facile. Suivez courts deux blocs de la rue Haute. Tournez à droite. Suivez haut à la fin et tournez à gauche sur la rue Water. Suivez eau le long de la marina deux pâtés de maisons de la rue Mill. Tourner à gauche. Mill Street Inn est la quatrième maison sur la gauche. Il ya amplement de stationnement hors rue à l'arrière. Depuis le sud, prendre la route 50 vers le nord dans Cambridge. Tournez à gauche sur l'avenue Maryland juste avant de traverser la rivière Choptank et procéder comme ci-dessus.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Copieur, Piano , rafraîchissements gratuits du soir
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Jeux de société, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Ordinateur, Lecteur DVD, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Planche à repasser, Bibliothèque, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Magnétoscope, Films, Wi-Fi, Internet par câble
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Vélos, Base nautique, Canoë, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Chasse, Canoë-Kayak, Antiquaire, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Terrain de tennis, Sports d'eau
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien
Oeufs brouillés avec crème fraîche, saumon fumé et ciboulette fraîche et servi dans une pâte feuilletée coquille, et accompagnés d'asperges fraîches à la sauce hollandaise et un souffle de grains