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*Welcome to Inn at Huntingfield Creek. This elegant 70 acre farm estate is a charming setting for country weddings as well as an ideal venue for retreats, small meetings and business conferences. *Well-appointed, comfortable rooms offer fine linens, plush robes, down comforters and wonderful beds all designed to pamper our guests. *With 1100' of waterfront on Huntingfield Inlet the wildlife, sunsets and serenity abound. *Birders will appreciate our proximity to Eastern Neck Wildlife Refuge. Bicyclers and kayakers enjoy ideal conditions. Tourists fall in love with the charming, small-town ambience of Rock Hall with its quaint shops and great restaurants. *Inn at Huntingfield Creek is perfect for everyone who wants to enjoy the finest Eastern Shore hospitality, wonderful food and simple country bliss. *Family and pet-friendly Cottages and InnTowne House Apt.
4.8 on June 13, 2016
Lovely property with comfortable beds and gracious hosts. We had a relaxing weekend and would definitely recommend staying here!
3.8 on December 04, 2015
My husband and I stayed here for his birthday and it was very relaxing. We stayed in the pond suite and it was gorgeous. The breakfasts were delicious and the grounds were very pretty even though it was the off season. We would love to go back in the summer.
4.0 on August 30, 2015
I had a wonderful time! The dogs were endearing, the complimentary cookies and bottled water were perfect, the onsite library filled with so, so many great books to choose from was the most pleasant surprise! This B&B exceeded even my great expectations. The communal breakfast each morning is delicious and hearty and provides just the right amount of socializing while the sprawl of the place with so many places to sit and meditate provides plenty of opportunity for solitude as well. I loved that the Eastern Neck Wildlife Refuge was just 4.5 miles down the road - I went there two days in a row to explore and sit by the water (best spot is the left turnoff the main road through right before the closing "gate." I thoroughly enjoyed curling up by the pool, on the patio,and in my room, reading multiple fiction books. I also enjoyed sitting out by Rock Hall beach which is just a few miles away from this B&B. Joann and Jim were very hospitable. Also, the cleanliness was great and the bathrooms with the European style tub with a detachable shower head was a treat! Great time and just what I needed. I arrive on. Friday afternoon and left Sunday morning after breakfast.
3.8 on June 03, 2015
MD eastern shore towns can be quite quaint. I wasn't sure what to expect with the B&B. I was pleasantly surprised when we turned the corner and saw a long driveway leading up to a beautiful estate. The innkeepers were more than friendly and took care of our every need. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
5 on April 15, 2015
This was our 4th visit with Jim and Joanne and they are now almost a part of our family. They are warm and wonderful hosts and make everyone feel like a valued guest in their home. The main house is delightful and the new cottages add privacy and real feeling that you are in your own home on the Bay. They are extremely connected to the local community and can answer any questions. Breakfast especially the bread pudding is not to be missed both for food and table of new friends you will make.
4.4 on November 04, 2014
The Inn at Huntingfield Creek is one of our favorite places to get away for a weekend or one-night stay. It is set in a beautiful location, peaceful, and tastefully put together. Jim and Joanne are so lovely. We really appreciate their willingness to spend time with their guests and get to know them. Joanne even gave me a hug upon leaving! This is definitely a "win" among bed and breakfasts.
4.8 on August 22, 2014
My husband and I were looking for a quick two day vacation somewhere near our home outside of Washington, DC and stumbled (online) upon the Inn at Huntingfield Creek. We decided to give it a try (even though I am particular about the B&Bs I like) and we were not disappointed. We had a wonderful two-day getaway at this picturesque bed and breakfast set on a beautiful property. We had beautiful views out of the front and back of the house in our cozy upstairs room, enjoyed delicious, home cooked breakfast and lively conversation with the innkeepers - Joanne & Jim, who felt like family - and fellow guests, and loved strolling the grounds. Having a pool on property was a definite plus but not as much as the colorful vegetable and cutting garden, herb garden, patio with plenty of places to relax, cottage garden, sunflower field, a small lake (with adirondack chairs, of course) and direct access to the creek. Every building on property is perfect - I wish we had an event coming up so we could stay on property and utilize their perfect barn (with chandeliers installed!!) Even Joanne & Jim's three dogs added to our experience - following us around looking for adventure with us! We couldn't have been happier with our choice! Joanne & Jim not only filled us in on the town of Rockhall, past and present, but directed us to all of the best places to eat, drink and watch the sunset! The Kitchen at Rockhall was delicious- one of our favorite meals ever! We had a blast listening to live music, eating crabs and watching the sunset at the Waterman and lunch was delicious at Harbor Shack. Everything about our trip was perfect and we hope to come back and visit again soon!
5 on August 20, 2013
Where to begin?? Let’s put it this way we made reservations for a future stay before we left! We have stayed at B & B’s from Newport, RI to Savannah, GA and we are very lucky that we have had a real nice stay at each one but this place really topped our list. For us this was the first B & B we stayed at that was more than just a house, this was a beautiful property spreading out over 70 acres with a pond and a dock out to the Chesapeake. You have options to stay in the main house or a cottage. We chose a cottage and liked it so much we booked two additional cottages for a future stay next year. The innkeepers, Joanne and Jim are wonderful, they are pleasant, warm and wonderful cooks!! Breakfast was awesome both mornings we were there and what I really liked is they had breakfast with us which made it really nice. One evening I made my way back to the main house to grab a few brochures and bumped into some other guests and we ended up talking for over two hours in the den and before you knew it another couple joined us. I would not do this place justice if I didn’t mention the “welcoming committee” the yellow and choc lab that were waiting for us at the door were great(we have a chocolate at home) these two set the standard for “relaxing” and made for good examples on just laying around and enjoying the property. Oh and there is a Jack Russell Terrier and puppy that is just awesome and so much fun. Can’t wait to return!! J & A
4.6 on August 14, 2013
We were there for Pirates Weekend! We stayed at the Pond Cottage which overlooked the soy fields, and the pond. A pair of Osprey's have a nest next to the pond and Great Grey Herons were also residents. Lots of different species of butterflies danced on the flowers and soyfields. There is a path between the soy fields you can walk, then go through a short forest walk to the water's edge where there are several places to sit on the dock to enjoy the inlet. And more birds and jumping fish. Joanne & Jim were the perfect hosts. Breakfast at the Inn was divine. You can sit inside or outside on the patio where you can view the property complete with fig tree and hummingbirds. They have a lovely library to sit and chat with complementary wine and beer. The four dogs of the house were all wonderful with great demeanors. Our Cottage was the smallest with no kitchenette but we still had a microwave and complementary coffee in the morning. Some of the other Cottages have a kitchenette, where you can prepare lunch and dinner, but no ovens, which is fine as we ate in town anyway. They have an on-site small pool where you can cool off in hot weather. Other residents who were out at different hours than we were encountered deer on the property. We liked it so much, we made a reservation for next year as we were checking out! See you next August!
5 on August 01, 2013
Enjoyed the property, the sunset sail, riding the provided bicycles to the nature preserve, and the gracious hospitality.
Charming alcove room at the far end of the manor house. Striking upholstered walls. Deluxe king bed, fine linens. Antique clawfoot tub with shower attachment in wallpapered bathroom. Hardwood floors, original artwork.
Nightly Rate: $175 - $200
Cheerful manor house room with exposed beam and antique hardwood floors. Deluxe king bed, charming decor and fine linens. Two comfy reading chairs. Views of the front lawn expanse. Pretty red and white toile bathroom with shower.
Nightly Rate: $185 - $215
Nightly Rate: $185 - $215
Elegant and generously sized manor house room. Dramatic and rich color scheme. Deluxe king bed, designer bedding and fine linens.Two comfortable reading chairs and views to the front and back lawn expanses. Large bathroom with tub/shower combination.
Nightly Rate: $200 - $230
Nightly Rate: $200 - $230
Soothing herbal green color scheme and European Hunt theme describe this manor house room . Appointments include deluxe king bed, two comfortable chairs, antique hardwood floors and Persian carpet. Charming window seat overlooking the front lawn. Dramatic black floral bathroom with shower.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $210
Striking navy wall and dramatic furnishings mark this end manor house room. Deluxe king bed, designer bedding and fine linens for comfort as well as two large reading chair and antique desk. Charming window seat for gazing out across the front lawn expanse. Blue and white toile bathroom with shower.
Nightly Rate: $200 - $215
Nightly Rate: $200 - $215
1100' waterfront on Chesapeake Bay inlet, Countryside, Small town
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 60 miles
East on Rt. 50 to North on Rt.213. Left in Chestertown on Morgnec Rd,1/4 mi. to right on Rt. 20. Go 12 mi. to blinking light in Rock Hall. Turn left onto Rt.445. 1 1/2 mi.outside town at 4928 Eastern Neck Rd.(Rt.445).Inn is on the right. Sign on brick pillar.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Chesapeake Bay waterfront, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
BBQ grill, CD player, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Radio, TV Video games, Telephone, VCR, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Salt water swimming pool, gardens, walking paths
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool
Joanne & Jim
Joanne is a gourmet caterer and loves to garden. Jim is a semi-retired exec with a litany of great stories. Both love to travel and read. Jim likes crime novels and Joanne prefers historical fiction. They especially love the opportunity to meet and get to know their guests and take pleasure in having them return time after time. Hospitality is their specialty, perhaps coming by it naturally having met and worked in Disneyland in their salad years.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Very Berry Breakfast Bread Pudding
Delicious souffle-like Bread Pudding made with an abundance Inn grown blackberrys and other fresh berries. Recipes gladly given on request following breakfast!