Enjoy Maryland hospitality in the heart of the historic district at this beautiful and newly restored Queen Anne Victorian located just one block from the River and public marina. Three elegant en suite rooms are furnished with antiques and reproductions with guests' every comfort in mind. In winter, three fireplaces in the common rooms are for guests to enjoy. In spring, summer, and fall, guests enjoy the river breeze from the north porch, or a secluded retreat on the south porch. A short stroll will take guests to the marina or Long Wharf, to dinner, or to one of the charming galleries or boutiques in town. Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is just twenty minute away. Bikers enjoy the many miles of easy riding in Dorchester County.
5 on March 20, 2015
The hosts were very kind and helpful. The whole house was nicely decorated and comfortable. I was reminded in many ways of my grandparents house which was filled with antique furniture and rugs. The location is within easy walking distance of the center of town, the water, and a number of restaurants. Breakfast was delicious. It was a relaxing experience. I would stay again and have already recommended it one of my sisters.
5 on March 13, 2015
We took an overnight trip to the Eastern Shore and I'm so glad we found the Mill Street Inn! The hosts are a lovely couple and couldn't have been more hospitable. Breakfast was delicious. I hope for a chance to visit again.
4.8 on February 24, 2015
My girlfriend and I stayed here for Valentine's Day weekend in 2015, as our 'home base' for weekend explorations around Cambridge, MD and the Blackwater Wildlife Refuge. We loved our stay here - everything about it! The room was warm and cozy (we had the Edward Room), the bathroom was spacious and clean (including a fantastic traditional bathtub), and the overall house was a pleasure to explore and relax in after our day's activities. Jennie and Skip were both excellent hosts, preparing scrumptious breakfasts and casually sitting down with us to chat and enjoy coffee together. We felt very at home in their presence. We absolutely plan to return here for a summer trip to Cambridge - can't wait! (Do note that they have two well-behaved cats. It wasn't a problem at all, but something to note if allergies are a concern.)
Thank yu for the very nic review. We enjoy our guests, and we look forward to a return visit! (Just a word re: the kitties for anyone concrerned re: allergies. They are noted on the website, and they are sequestered in our quarters -- so have never been in "inn" space. ) Thanks, again! Jennie
4.6 on January 21, 2015
We spent a very nice night at the Mill Street Inn. The owners sat and talked to us at breakfast and told us a lot about the history (and current politics) of the town, which was interesting. They suggested we go to see the ducks in the water a few blocks away, showed us photos so we could identify the different varieties, and gave us corn to feed the ducks. They were very helpful and accommodating. The breakfast was big and delicious, and they accommodated our dietary restrictions. The cookies they set out in the hall were delicious as well! We would definitely recommend this B&B.
5 on January 02, 2015
My husband and I have been to many B & B's. This is one of the most updated B & B's while maintaining its historic charm. It is also one of the most beautiful and cleanest B & B's. The hosts, Jennie and Skip, were very warm and provided suggestions and tips on where to go and what to do. I'd highly recommend staying there.
Thank you for kind words. I'm not sure to whom I'm responding, but we're grateful for nice comments, and appreciative guests make innkeeping a pleasure.
5 on October 28, 2014
Cambridge is a lovely, historic town on the Choptank River. Our hosts, Jenny & Skip, have beautifully restored their Victorian Inn in the historic district, a half block from the marina, public parks, and lighthouse. On July 4th, we had a 5-minute walk to see a fabulous fireworks display over the water. Jenny is a gourmet cook who makes fantastic breakfasts.
5 on October 26, 2014
The Mill Street Inn is a wonderful place to go to relax .It is a short walk to the water in a historic part of town. Jeanne and Skip are friendly and helpful but do not get in your way. You have several common rooms to read or sit in . The bedroom are comfortable and quiet. Breakfasts are healthy and filling with nice conversations with the other guests and the inn keepers who have a lot of interesting story's about the town . Highly recommended. We are looking forward to going back there.
4.6 on October 26, 2014
We were the only guests during our late-season stay and really felt as if we were staying with longtime friends. This is a beautiful home, where we were welcomed and cared for with real thought and attention to detail, Thank you Jennie and Skip; just looking at our photos of Mill Street brings a warm glow. V&J, York, UK
5 on September 30, 2014
The accommodations of the renovated house make for a relaxing and comfortable stay. Jennie and Skip are wonderfully friendly and prepare delicious dishes, with most ingredients locally sourced. Great experience and highly recommended.
5 on September 30, 2014
We had a wonderful time in this lovely B&B. The place, the food and the owners could not have been better. Jennie and Skip were absolutely wonderful hosts, Jennie's cooking was 5 Star and the place was beautiful. We loved every minute that we spent there. Can't wait to go back.
river, small, historic town founded 1684, Downtown, Oceanfront, Small town
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 74 miles
Cross Bay Bridge, continue south on route 50. Cross Choptank River into Dorchester County. Turn right onto Maryland Avenue at first traffic light. Proceed across draw bridge into historic distrit. Bear easy right onto Spring Street. Follow short two blocks to High Street. Turn right. Follow High to the end and turn left on Water Street. Follow Water along the marina two blocks to Mill Street. Turn left. Mill Street Inn is the fourth house on the left. There is ample off street parking in the rear. From the south, take route 50 north into Cambridge. Turn left onto Maryland Avenue just before crossing the Choptank River and proceed as above.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Copier, Piano , in room flowers, specially milled soaps, complimentary evening refreshments
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, antiquing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Jennie and Skip Rideout
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Eggs scrambled with creme fraiche, smoked salmon, and fresh chives and served in puff pastry shell, and accompanied with fresh asparagus with hollandaise sauce and a grits souffle