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.
4.4 on May 06, 2017
Jennie and Skip are perfect hosts and gave us the impression of being welcomed by old friends in their tastefully furnished house. Delicious breakfast. No onsite dining, as expected.
5 on May 02, 2017
We love staying with Skip and Jennie. The Inn is gorgeous, elegant yet inviting. Cambridge has more history than many of us know.. The hosts know it all and love to share. Breakfast is special - delicious and beautifully served - with a proud emphasis on local ingredients. With just 3 rooms, all upstairs, the guests have access to lots of space downstairs to sit before the fire, play a game, curl up and read, or as we did this time, sit on the porch and enjoy some iced tea. A car is a necessity to fully enjoy all that the area offers. Great for bicycling too.
5 on April 30, 2017
About one block from the water, this property offers everything you want at a B&B. Gracious service, terrific breakfast, well-provided rooms, and proximity to the Harriet Tubman Museum, Blackwater NWR. The best B&B in the area.
5 on April 05, 2017
The hosts and establishment were fantastic; highly recommend this B&B to everyone.
4.8 on March 02, 2017
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this delightful inn in Cambridge. Jenny and Skip were wonderful hosts. The room was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was great as was the conversation. We will return.
4.2 on October 01, 2016
We have stayed at numerous B&Bs and the Mill Street Inn easily exceeded our expectations. The Inn is beautifully appointed and well maintained. The innkeepers are a delightful, warm and accommodating couple. The homemade breakfasts were wonderful and the extra amenities in the room including maps to local attractions, wine, chocolates, specialty soaps, etc.,contributed to making our stay uniquely special. I would definitely return. Glenda
5 on September 07, 2016
The folks are really kind and helpful. I've stayed there before and would do so again
5 on September 06, 2016
Room – Our room (The Winifred) was warmly colored and perfect for relaxing. The bed and chairs were cozy, and the bathroom was great (strong water pressure; comfy robes). The room had lots of windows, and a pretty view of the quiet street below. B'fast – B'fast was superb. First morning - blueberry corn cakes and sausages; second morning - Eggs Choptank (poached egg on a bed of tomatoes and spinach). Each b'fast came with ever-full pots of coffee/tea, fresh fruit, and freshly baked goods. I'm a vegetarian and Skip & Jennie (S&J) were very accommodating. The Inn – Audubon prints abound. The two living rooms are comfy and fit the B&B aesthetic. There are two screened porches that are great for relaxing, esp. for drinking coffee in the morning. The Hosts – S&J are exceptionally kind and generous people. They are knowledgable about the E. Shore, and very helpful in their recommendations. They are the perfect type of hosts—friendly and present, but not too present. They sat down with us at the end of each b'fast and chatted, and made us feel like warmly welcomed guests in their home. Everything Else – What makes the Mill Street Inn a wonderful B&B is the little things. There were tasty, freshly baked cookies every day; a bridge full of beers for guests and a daily bottle of wine in each room; friendly cats in the hosts' part of the house. Staying at the Mill Street Inn is really a treat. Lastly, I am so thankful to S&J's hospitality. During the second day of our stay in Cambridge, our car broke down outside of St. Michael's. We called S&J and, without prompting, they made the ~30 minute drive to pick us up and drive us back to the Inn. They then did everything they could to make sure that we had a wonderful last day in Cambridge, allowed us to stay at the Inn well past our checkout time, and helped us get back to DC in time for the work week. I cannot express how kind and considerate hosts S&J were—it really meant a lot to us.
4.6 on August 29, 2016
1st time to Cambridge. Jennie & Skip share their knowledge & love of the town & we had 2 of the best meals we have had in a long time on suggestions they gave us. Just the right mix of them taking great care of us & letting us come & go as we pleased & relax. Looking forward to another visit soon & to try another great room in their inn.
4.8 on August 17, 2016
We made last minute reservations for a one night stay. The hosts were most gracious and friendly. They suggested a good place for dinner. We enjoyed walking the few blocks from the Inn to the center of town were the restaurant was located. The next morning the breakfast was delicious. The home made wheat toast a treat and the meal just the perfect size.
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
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