5 on December 27, 2017
Needing to be in Chesapeake City for a family event we couldn't have picked a better place to stay. From the booking process, I am based in the UK, to accommodating the fact that my son, flying in from LA, would arrive at different times, Bob & Carol were able to accommodate our requirements. We chose the Upper Bay suite which worked for us as a father and son, but would equally work for a couple or a small family. Breakfasts were delicious and never the same. Bob, Carol and Samantha, Bob’s assistant, made us feel welcome, and were never intrusive. The Inn is located in the centre of Chesapeake City with places to visit or eat within walking distance but is also close enough to the freeway arteries to get you around.
Thank you so much for your kind words. It was wonderful to have you and your son stay with us. We enjoyed having you both here tremendously and enjoyed speaking with both of you. We hope we see you both again in the future. Thanks again.
- Bob (Owner)
4.4 on October 30, 2017
I would highly recommend reserving the Upper Bay suite if you can. It's more like a small apartment. Bob was very helpful and helped me to arrange a special weekend for my wife's 60th birthday. He is also an accomplished chef - breakfasts were incredible and spoiled his guests with very tasty choices. We had a very special weekend staying there. Plenty of places to visit within walking distance, as well as excellent places to dine. I would also recommend Prime 225, which is just down the street (a 5 minute walk). A little expensive, but the cuisine is amazing, as was the service.
4.0 on October 26, 2017
All in a picturesque town with historic Victorian homes and interesting shops. The breakfast at the Inn At The Canal was excellent.
5 on October 07, 2017
Thanks to Bob, my mother had a perfect 87th birthday. As a native of Chesapeake , she has stories to tell and memories to stir. Bob was interested in listening to my mother and asking questions about the history of the Inn and town. Bob made her feel like a million bucks. My mother, sister and I enjoyed staying at the Inn. We loved the accommodations, location and breakfast. The third floor balcony was a hit, a beautiful city to view from a high spot. Thanks goes to Samantha, Bob’s assistant, who was warm and friendly. Everyone paid attention to details; especially the ones that warm your heart making sure the experience goes beyond expectations.
4.8 on September 29, 2017
We had a wonderful 2 night stay At the Inn. The room was exceptional, the Hospitality was warm and the Breakfast on both days was wonderful. My Wife is Celiac (Gluten Free not by choice). Bob took the time to create meals to fit her needs. Above and Beyond. We will be back. Thank You !!!
5 on September 26, 2017
Just a 1 hour 15 minute ride from Bucks County Chesapeake City, MD has much to offer. We were lucky enough to book a room on Sunday morning with the intention of watching the Eagles game on the outdoor deck at the Chesapeake Inn which sits behind the Inn at the Canal Bed and Breakfast. We couldn't have had a better day! If you like shopping, eating with a waterfront view, you must visit Chesapeake City. The accommodations at the Inn at the Canal were clean, cozy and had me wishing for another night stay. We were greeted with an excellent breakfast of fresh home-made muffins, blueberry French toast, fresh fruit. Bob and Carol thank you!! We can't wait to come back again.
4.6 on September 24, 2017
My wife and I spent 2 at Inn at the Canal. We really enjoyed Chesapeake City and this B&B placed us right in the center of all that the village has to offer. This Inn is very quaint and the Inn keeper were very hospitable and friendly, willingly offering information and suggestions about the local area. Our room was nicely appointed and reflected the charm of the late 19th from the era when the house was built. Having Bob, the owner, being a trained chef meant that breakfast was a treat to be saviored each morning. I would stay here again.
4.6 on September 24, 2017
This was our 2nd stay and we will continue to come back! The rooms are comfy and the atmosphere is very relaxing. The full course breakfast was our favorite and we are looking forward to our next visit!!!
4.6 on September 23, 2017
Really enjoyed a long labor day weekend there. While a little pricey, it certainly is competitive with other B&Bs in Chesapeake City. The food was very good, and they accomodate extra guests we had very graciously. We also had a wonderful rainy day playing board games in the livingroom. It was a real piece of home.
4.6 on September 10, 2017
My wife and I stayed at this wonderful B&B during a short relaxing get away to Chesapeake City. The hospitality of the innkeepers was more than we expected. We had a great breakfast each morning with Bob being very attuned to special dietary restrictions while still offering delicious and fresh foods. It would be easy to become accustomed to having a culinary trained chef making breakfast for us everyday. Each room at the Inn At The Canal has a unique charm in a historic home. The age of the house brings its own character for the guests staying there. The location is close to everything is Chesapeake City, the innkeepers are very kind and helpful, all key ingredients to a pleasant vacation.
4.0 on September 08, 2017
We were staying for a wedding. The staff was friendly and the rooms were comfortable. Breakfast was delicious. Would definitely recommend and stay here in the future.
4.6 on September 05, 2017
Breakfast was delicious and the hosting superb. Convenient location to the marina. Worthwhile splurge for our family sailing adventure! The kids enjoyed visiting an historic setting and the sights were lovely.
4.2 on September 04, 2017
My Wife and I have stayed at the Inn At The Canal Bed and Breakfast several times, and we always get the same room. This most recent stay was everything that we come to expect, everything that is but the unexpected mattress change. On previous stays at the Inn we marveled at the comfort of whatever brand of memory foam mattress they had waiting for us, but this time it felt like some old spring type. As always, the place was full of old world charm, and the breakfasts were outstanding. We will stay with them again, but may roll the dice and put our money on a different room with hopefully a better mattress.
5 on August 29, 2017
Enjoyed the visit so much I returned a few weeks later! Chef Bob was very welcoming and helpful with information on places to explore in the area.
5 on August 25, 2017
My second stay at the Inn at the Canal and it was even more enjoyable than the first. Bob is so accommodating and his breakfasts are just superb. This trip we stayed in the Upper Suite and it was surprisingly so spacious! The building itself is a real jewel.
5 on August 24, 2017
Had a great time during our stay. Breakfast daily was delicious and the place was very clean and welcoming.
5 on August 13, 2017
The Inn is beautiful, furnished in lovely antiques, and our room was perfect! We had a view of the canal from our window. Very clean and comfortable. Chef Bob, the owner, created fabulous, filling breakfasts each morning. He is also very knowledgeable about the history of the canal and the town; a pleasure to talk with him! We enjoyed sitting on the side porch with a view of the canal, as well as walking by watching the barges, and freighter go by. Thank you Chef Bob, Carol, and Samantha for a lovely vacation.
4.6 on August 04, 2017
We loved the house and our room. Everyone was very pleasant. The only nuisance we want to point out is that the fan portion of the AC unit was very quiet but when the condenser would cycle on about every 10 minutes it was very noisy and made it difficult to hear the TV and also sleep.
4.4 on August 04, 2017
My wife and I just had an excellent mid-week, overnight visit to Chesapeake City and the Inn at the Canal. The inn's host, Bob, was very welcoming, the upstairs suite was spacious, comfortable, and well-appointed, and breakfast was hearty. August heat in an upstairs room was a bit daunting upon arrival, but a window ac cooled the bedroom down and ensured a great night's sleep. Chesapeake City and the Inn at the Canal are wonderful places to visit. Would definitely stay again.
5 on August 01, 2017
I cannot even begin to describe the amazingness of this bed and breakfast. The owner, Bob was an absolute breathe of fresh air. Very accommodating and gracious. The town itself....imagine being in the cutest movie ever. The store owners, restaurant wait staffs and the scenery was just picture perfect. If you need a romantic getaway or a friends weekend, this is the place to go. Just an incredible experience.
4.6 on July 08, 2017
Very gracious and friendly hosts, and a fine breakfast. Very reasonably priced.
5 on July 04, 2017
We stayed in the suite on the 3rd floor and it was so clean and comfortable! Breakfast was delicious and Bob made sure all of my Gluten free needs were met! We will be back again!
5 on June 25, 2017
Outstanding Hospitity. If your a history buff and want to experance not only the history of the location, but also the experience of a real Victorian home. This is the place to be. Hospitality A++
4.6 on June 24, 2017
Great safe place, easy to find, delicious and generous breakfast, fun crab place and playground a couple blocks over.
4.8 on June 20, 2017
We shall return. Bob is an excellent host.
5 on June 09, 2017
Upon arrival we were greeted by Bob, the host and owner, who immediately made us feel welcomed and comfortable. Our room was pleasant, with a nice view and atmosphere. Breakfast was sumptuous,complimenting the CIA chef that prepared it. Will definitely stay there again.
4.8 on June 05, 2017
The Inn at the Canal is a great place to stay when visiting Chesapeake City and its surrounding area. The location is excellent for relaxing by the water as well as strolling through all of the little shops and restaurants. The included breakfast each morning was very tasty and all of the staff was super friendly. The rooms had lots of character!
4.8 on May 29, 2017
We were in town for a wedding and stayed in the Upper Bay Suite, which was the perfect accommodation for our family with three small children. The owners were so kind and welcoming to us, even with our little ones. The breakfast was absolutely delicious, and we all wish we could come back for more french toast! We would not hesitate to stay here again. Thank you Inn at the Canal!
5 on May 23, 2017
The Inn at the Canal is a charming Victorian bed and breakfast. Chef-owner Bob is a very likeable and helpful person, who gave us some great ideas for things to do around the area. The room was immaculate, the bathroom was generously sized, and the breakfast was lovely. I would definitely recommend this B&B to anyone traveling to the Chesapeake City area.
5 on May 20, 2017
Bob was great. The view and area were excellent. Plenty to see and eat.
4.2 on May 20, 2017
We recently spend a night at the Inn and the service, food and ambiance was wonderful. We definitely look forward to a return visit
4.6 on May 19, 2017
Enjoyed a wonderful stay in Chesapeake City. The owner chef prepared and excellent breakfast - I would like to return each spring to enjoy the tulips and lilacs we don't get in Florida.
5 on May 12, 2017
Bob was a great host and chef. The room had a great view over the canal. Bob was loaded with history of the area and places to visit. Our next trip to Maryland, we will stay again.
5 on May 09, 2017
We were pleasantly surprised at the overall facility. Bob was a " Great Inn Keeper" and also Chef. His breakfast was unbelievable. My wife saw him outside picking fresh herbs just before breakfast was served. Our room was outstanding, view of the canal and we watched several sail boats navigate through the canal. We will be back in the future. Barry.
4.6 on May 08, 2017
Step back in time and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the Inn at The Canal. I stayed in the smallest room, Snug Harbor, which was perfect for me. As a woman travelling alone it is important that I feel safe and I could not have been happier. Wonderful sheets, mattress felt new, lovely spa amenities, clean, and breakfast that makes getting up early worth it. Loved it.
5 on May 05, 2017
This Inn is the "best" of the B&Bs in Chesapeake City in my opinion. The rooms are so cozy and clean. I slept better than at home. Inn Keepers are friendly and accommodating. I would recommend this Inn as well priced and comfortable. Breakfast is outstanding.
4.8 on May 03, 2017
We had a great time at the Inn at the Canal. Very friendly and accommodating owners, a delicious breakfast, and beautiful room!
4.8 on May 01, 2017
very close to fine dining,clean room and a fantastic breakfast!
5 on May 01, 2017
The room as great , the bed was comfortable and the breakfast was out of this world. We will stay here again for sure. The house was quiet and clean. If you like a great massage then we recommend that package. The couples massage was super relaxing. The staff was super friendly as well.
4.6 on April 12, 2017
We had a wonderful time at the Inn and Chesapeake City. Felt like we got away and we were only an hour from home. Bob is a fantastic host and the person that assisted him during breakfast was great. We will definitely go back!
4.0 on April 11, 2017
Enjoyed the stay...lovely area away from the hustle bustle of the business world. A great place to relax and enjoy the scenery. f
5 on April 01, 2017
This place was amazing. My husband and I took our 2 girls to Chesapeake City and surrounding areas to learn history and enjoy their Spring Break. The hospitality and welcoming of children was amazing! We had a great time in the 3rd floor sweet and our girls loved the balcony that looked out to the canal! Top notch place - breakfast was amazing and the wonderful lady that served us was just fabulous! A must if in the area!!!!
4.4 on March 08, 2017
Our stay at The Inn at the Canal was wonderful! The rooms were charming and our host welcoming, helpful and accommodating. The proprietor, Bob, made us a delicious breakfast in front of the fireplace. Fresh coffee was always available as well as fruit and pastries throughout the day. We would highly recommend planning a stay at this Inn and we look forward to returning in the near future.
4.2 on February 24, 2017
Our stay at this B&B was enjoyable, relaxing and restful. The afternoon snacks, gourmet breakfast were delicious. The owner/chef and his wait staff were top notch, professional, warm and friendly. We felt welcomed into a homey atmosphere. The location is always a highlight being in the quaint town of South Chesapeake City on the canal. We highly recommend this B&B and will definitely go back again. ENJOY!
5 on February 22, 2017
Great all around service, awesome breakfast. Great town, and stay.
5 on February 13, 2017
This was a great quite place to stay for the night. Although I couldn't stay for breakfast, Bob made me a muffin to go. It was great. I will stay here every time I visit in the future.
5 on February 13, 2017
We have stayed here often. Great place, Great people. Great food. Great rooms. You have to try this place.. We will be back soon.
4.4 on December 19, 2016
My wife and I stayed at the B&B while attending a Christmas Party lady Saturday. The owner, Bob was very friendly and accommodating. His staff was also very pleasant and efficient. The Inn is very clean and nicely decorated. When we called for our accommodation the only room left was the snug room. It was snug but ver quint and very comfortable. All in all our stay was very pleasant. We would recommend the Inn
5 on December 12, 2016
My husband and I stayed during the Winterfest celebration. The house is gorgeous and has a rich history. The room was comfortable and beautifully appointed. And breakfast, of course, was delicious! We will definitely be back!
4.8 on November 23, 2016
My sons and I stayed here during our visit to St. Andrew's School. We had the entire third floor, a fabulous suite, to ourselves. We enjoyed the coziness of the old world decor combined with the convenience and technology of modern day - a kitchenette, updated bath fixture, and two tvs with cable. They boys had their space, and I had mine! In the morning, Bob served us a fabulous warm two-course breakfast (banana bread, pumpkin pancakes, bacon, juice and more! We'll be back!
4.2 on November 06, 2016
This was my second time staying at the Inn at the Canal. I had a room looking out on the Canal. The fall foliage was beautiful. Local shopping right on the street. Only 10 minutes to Northeast or Elkton for more shopping or historic sites. We didn'the have a chance to do the C&Device canal boat ride, but have it on the agenda for next year. The breakfasts were great and Bob made our visit everything we wanted! Worth the drive for the experience.
4.2 on October 31, 2016
The Inn at the Canal was quaint and definitely exceeded my expectations. The owner was very welcoming and provided lots of historical facts about the cabal and the town which enhanced our stay. We were pleasantly surprised at how friendly and inviting the whole town was. We will return for future trips in the coming years.
4.8 on October 23, 2016
We had a lovely, relaxing time at the Inn at the Canal. Bob met us at the door, gave us a quick tour, a brief history of the house and showed us to our rooms. Such a beautiful house, full of antiques and period furnishings. Service was excellent and breakfast, divine! We took a 2 hour cruise on the canal and saw bald eagles, my first sighting in the wild! We will be back to stay at the Inn!
4.4 on October 23, 2016
This was my second year stay at the Inn on the Canal. The old house is very welcoming, as is Bob, the owner and breakfast cook. The breakfasts were so filling that my friend and I skipped lunch and just had a cup of tea and biscotti late on our return from shopping. The Inn is close to shopping in the small town and only a short hop to Northeast or Elkton Maryland. A quiet little jem, tucked away for us to enjoy for a little peace and quiet!
4.6 on October 22, 2016
I surprised my girlfriend of almost 14 years of putting up with me.She didn't want anything so I decided to treat her to a night alone just her and I with out my children(not by her) and it was a homerun. Bob the chef made her favorite pancakes and they were awesome. Sam the hostess was sweet and accommodating. we walked the town and sat by the water and enjoyed our time together. Bob put champagne and his chocolate covered bark in the room upon arrival at my request and well the rest was amazing.
4.4 on October 15, 2016
Our room - 'Snug Harbor' was just the right size for us, breakfast was outstanding, Thanks Bob, even though you weren't feeling well you did a fantastic job. Enjoyed our two day get-a-way.............
4.6 on October 04, 2016
I needed a place to stay for a couple nights related to a family wedding; the Inn was a perfect combination of comfortably relaxing and attention to detail. The public rooms were historically and usefully decorated. The breakfasts were amazing; several guests joined together at tables, by choice, to dine. We had met at various times the preceding days reading in the lounge, completing a puzzle, or sitting on the porch. I look forward to a return trip to Chesapeake City and touring the broader Brandywine Valley.
4.6 on October 01, 2016
I was really impressed. The service is out standing breakfast is unbelievable. I really want to go back and visit again.
5 on September 28, 2016
Great stay. Convenient to Middletown and Wilmington. Chesapeake City is a great quite spot with plenty of local flair. Cant go wrong staying here.
4.4 on September 27, 2016
My wife and I needed to get away for a few days, and this was perfect! The location is perfect, meals were great, Bob and Samantha were perfect hosts, and we loved every minute of it. We stayed in the Cassidy Wharf room, and woke up each morning to a delicious custom tailored breakfast. We love being on the water, and Chesapeake City was incredible. A small quiet town, with a rich history, and plenty to do day or night. My only concerns before arriving, were about my truck and boat. Where to park, where to launch, etc. The town has free public docks, maybe 30 yards behind The Inn! Very convenient! I was able to park my truck and trailer on the street in front of The Inn, which was also made me happy. The free town boat ramp was also within walking distance. For my first B&B stay, this was an all around great experience. I will do it again SOON.
4.6 on September 21, 2016
Facade is charming and quintessential American. Very well maintained exteriors and interiors with original ceiling paintwork. No musky smells despite lots of antique wood furnishings. Room was immaculately clean, even taps were shiny! Good hot/cold water pressure. Nice white fluffy bath towels. Plenty natural light from 2 windows. At night, 5 lamps brighten the room for reading/ work. Loved the painstaking ceiling artwork. 24-hr coffee/tea + snacks. Breakfast by Innkeeper-Chef Bob was delicious. Most impressed by Bob's hospitality - there was genuine interest, not stiff, forced or by design. Very Friendly and amiable! Thanks Bob for making our stay memorable. Chesapeake City is a small charming town with beautiful water views of ships/barges Nice for 1-day trip but not any longer. The only thing that can be improved is the spotty Wifi connection in the room.
5 on September 16, 2016
My husband & I enjoyed our stay in the Chesapeake Haven room at the Inn at the Canal B&B. Such a lovely room and the owners were terrific. They recommended great places to visit and eat and very informative on the area. First class breakfast by a renowned chef.
4.8 on September 06, 2016
Our family with two small children was welcomed with open arms! The room was a nice size, and a full-size cot was set up for our children. The food was absolutely delicious! We will definitely come to stay in the future!
3.2 on September 06, 2016
The inn keeper Bob was so nice, would like to try a bigger room, we had Snug Harbor and it was very small, my husband and I did not sleep well in the full size bed either but a cool Victorian place and yes I would go again, Pancakes were Delicious!
4.2 on August 29, 2016
Great place to stay for a getaway weekend. Innkeeper prepares a lovely breakfast, and is extremely helpful in planning your day. Rooms facing the C&D Canal are likely quieter than the one in which we stayed. Several excellent restaurants nearby. Be sure to visit the C&D Canal Museum to view the story of digging the canal and maintaining it.
3.6 on August 29, 2016
Great place to stay. Wonderful host.
3.8 on August 20, 2016
We stayed for one night. Like many historical B&Bs the rooms of the period are small, but not too difficult to get around the queen size bed. A great location to wlak around the shops and enjoy the Sunday night concerts in the park. Breakfast was great.
4.4 on August 17, 2016
Bob and Samantha were great hosts. The room we booked was beyond our expectations. The house had a historic feel to it. We enjoyed it very much. We will definitely come back in the future.
5 on August 16, 2016
We just love staying at the Inn At The Canal. We love our Snug Harbor room which is always welcoming and clean....and cool! The record temperatures kept our shopping down (it was just too hot to do much walking). We will most certainly stay here the next time in the area!
4.6 on August 12, 2016
This was our first visit to Chesapeake City. Bob was very personable and knowledgeable of the area. The inn was a quaint old Victorian home in a great location. The breakfast was delicious. Bob and his assistant Samantha were very friendly and accommodating. We hope to go back again soon!
3.4 on August 12, 2016
Consistent quality and servuce
5 on July 28, 2016
We loved our stay at the Inn. Bob is a wonderful host !!!! We would highly recommend staying here and hope to return sometime soon.
5 on July 27, 2016
We went to Chesapeake City for drinks and early dinner around 4pm. We knew by 6 we didn't want to leave the town. We reached out to the Innkeeper and he called right back and offered a great room and a great price. We took the offer, ran to walgreens for toothbrush etc, and partied until midnight in town. Walked to our great located Inn at the Canal, and took a nice bath and slept wonderfully in the comfy bed. Woke up smelling coffee and breakfast, which was delicious. Zero hesitation to do it again.
5 on July 24, 2016
Patty and John Snyder
4.8 on July 23, 2016
Our two night stay at the Inn was superb. Although we only live 50 miles away, we felt like we were on a real vacation in another part of the country. Our host Bob was very friendly and helpful, yet not the least bit nosy, as some B&B people can be. His breakfasts were wonderful. We will go back once or twice a year for a quick, simple vacation.
4.4 on July 18, 2016
The Inn and our room was charming. Friendly and welcoming hosts. Great views. Comfy bed. A/C a bit noisy but the cozy bed helped overcome. Breakfast right in... Not overdone, just right.
3.8 on July 17, 2016
This was our second time staying at the Inn. We hope to return again next year. The owners are very accommodating as well as the staff .
5 on July 17, 2016
My boyfriend and I stayed here while we were attending a wedding very close by. Our room was the smallest in the place but it was so cute! Our service was amazing! Bob showed us to our room which had chocolate covered strawberries and a bottle of chilled champagne waiting for us. It was delicious and beautiful! Thank you for such a great first B&B experience! The place itself was so cozy, beautiful, and relaxing.
4.4 on July 08, 2016
We come to Chesapeake City for it's charming small town atmosphere and abundant outdoor activities including kayaking and biking. The innkeepers are full of information on things to do in the area. This was my second time staying there and I'll definitely be back again.
4.6 on June 30, 2016
Not having been to this area, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Inn At The Canal Bed & Breakfast. Bob and his team made it feel like a home away from home. We'll be back! Thanks.
5 on June 21, 2016
My husband and I just needed a weekend away from the chaos of life. We often visit Chesapeake City for lunch or dinner, but this time wanted to stay so that we could enjoy wine with our meals and not worry about driving home. Bob was a gracious host and provided wonderful breakfasts. During the day, coffee, tea, sodas, water, and homemade baked good were available on the sideboard for guests. There was a refrigerator available where we kept a bottle of champagne. The history of the home is fascinating and you will enjoy the beautifully handpainted and stencil stamped ceilings which have been left unrestored since restoring them would eliminate some of their beauty. Sit on the front porch and watch the people go by, or sit on the back porch with a gorgeous view of the water. We will stay at the Inn at the Canal again, and hopefully in the near future!
4.2 on June 16, 2016
the view on the 3rd floor balcony was awesome!!!Breakfast in the morning was fantastic and very filling.
5 on June 14, 2016
We just stayed with Bob and Carol for a long weekend. We enjoyed ourselves so much! They were so hospitable! We stayed in Cara Cove and loved it! A little secret - the ceiling is magical and you should see it for yourself! Bob is a gourmet chef and the breakfasts were amazing! Drinks, fruit, snacks and homemade baked desserts are available all day. The Inn is a short walk to nice restaurants, cafes, a wonderful little ice cream place, multiple shops, and the water's edge. If you want to take in some music, there are opportunities available. It was absolutely amazing and we will go back!
4.2 on June 14, 2016
Went away for getaway weekend and went home a happy couple. Bob made us feel special, and everything promised was fulfilled. Would return in a heartbeat. all accommodations were excellent, and breakfast was to die for. Be back soon.
5 on June 12, 2016
I cannot say enough about this charming Inn. It was a delight to meet Bob &Carol who own the inn. From the moment we walked in thpe front door it felt right. The assistance we were given regarding places to see was spot on and we cannot say enough about the breakfasts we were served and Samantha our server was so friendly . We will definitely stay there again
4.8 on June 10, 2016
Great Location! Our room was charming and clean. Owner and Chef Bob delivers a gourmet breakfast that is delicious and presented with class. Bob and staff were attentive and friendly. The Inn at the Canal is definitely on our list for additional visits after the great stay we had!
5 on June 06, 2016
Bob and Carol hosted our families for Sophie and my wedding. This was a second stay here and we looked forward to sharing it with our families. It was an amazing stay as always. Their support of us and extra care as we prepared and gathered together was exceptional. The attention to every detail and our needs was way beyond the call of duty and we could not possibly have been happier.
4.2 on June 04, 2016
Innkeepers and staff were very friendly and helpful making suggestions for things to do in the area.
5 on June 01, 2016
The location was perfect. Our room was charming, spacious and clean. The gourmet breakfast was well presented and delicious. The owners and staff were attentive and friendly. The Inn at the Canal is definitely on our list for additional visits.
5 on May 28, 2016
I love this Inn. This is the second time I have stayed here. Last Mother's Day, I brought my sister along and this year my husband got to come. It is cool to watch the island from the highest point in the city. I love the upper suite. It feels like a sweet apartment from another time. The Chesapeake Inn is a lovely, short walk away. I definitely look forward to listening to the bands there, eating bar fare and walking back after a "bucket" of some sweet summer cocktail to the safety and warmth of The Inn At the Canal. The innkeepers are very cool. They let you know they are around if needed, but they keep to themselves, maintain an impeccable house and serve with expertise. Breakfast is delicious too. Warm moist muffins, omelettes with just-picked (like literally just-picked) asparagus, fresh fruit...yum yum yum. Gotta go...made myself hungry. Susan D.
5 on May 23, 2016
Inn: It's a wonderful old structure with high ceilings, large windows and character. Guests are allowed in the dining room, the living room area, and the front porch, all on the first floor, in addition to individual guest rooms. It's close to restaurants, shops, and ice cream! It's on a fairly quiet street with parking in the back. Rooms: We had 2 connecting rooms on the second floor - Greenbriar & Chesapeake Haven. They had large bathrooms, chairs and TVs, comfortable beds, and closets. One room had a view of the water. The temperature in the rooms was pleasant and there was more than adequate lighting. The rooms were clean and full of character. Staff: Sam and Bob were both very helpful, informative, and pleasant. Food: Amazing. We had a 2-course breakfast each morning cooked fresh when we arrived in the dining room. There were baked goods in the evening and fruit and sodas/water all day. We had a wonderful stay!
4.6 on May 05, 2016
My wife and I were looking for something different to just get away for night on our 20th Anniversary. We just got in the car and took off. We arrived late in the afternoon with no reservations. Bob was very understanding and got us settled in the 3rd floor suite within minutes. We had never stayed in a Bed and Breakfast before and can't wait to stay again. Bob was an amazing host. He expressed genuine interest in hearing about our children and 20 years of marriage. The room was very clean and decorated very nicely. The breakfast was top notch. Our expectations were exceeded and will defiantly be heading back soon for a get away. Well done Inn at the Canal, well done.....
4.6 on April 18, 2016
Nice, very clean, and well kept place, with a delicious and fresh breakfast. Owner was very polite and nice. I recommend the place 100%.
5 on April 13, 2016
Great experience for a special weekend. The house is extraordinary. Owner was gracious; staff was the best. Will go back soon as we can.
3.6 on February 15, 2016
Great little B&B with very friendly owners. Enjoyed our stay and look forward to returning again in the future.
2.8 on February 10, 2016
The owner was extremely friendly, and promptly greeted us upon arrival. There were snacks and beverages immediately available to us. The room where we stayed, Snug Harbor, was tastefully decorated, but incredibly small. There was limited space to store clothes, so we left them in our suitcase. There were broken tiles in the bathroom, along with a broken window pane. The ventilation fan did not work, and even though we cracked the window open, we were left with a lot of humidity. It was difficult to close and open the bathroom door which seemed to be the result of the flooring being too high at a certain spot. Breakfast was good. I especially liked the homemade berry muffin.
5 on December 09, 2015
The proprietor made us feel very welcome from the minute we arrived. The breakfasts were wonderful. We enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere at the inn and in Chesapeake City. We would definitely recommend it.
5 on December 07, 2015
Enjoyed a wonderful weekend at the Inn At The Canal, walking and shopping. Very relaxing. Enjoyed eating wonderful breakfast at the inn, and dinner in the local restaurant. Fun trip to Chestertown.
5 on October 10, 2015
Amazing place, town in great. Owners are great people, very accommodating, didn't want to leave!
4.6 on August 10, 2015
Everything worked out perfectly, breakfast was awesome.
5 on June 21, 2015
Very nice stay for our wedding anniversary. Very accommodating staff, great comfortable bedding. We stayed in the Top of the Bay suite and it was very nice and well appointed.
5 on June 02, 2015
Great place to stay!! They are what a B&B is all about! Made you feel very welcome but also felt free to just relax and enjoy the beautiful premises. We visited another B&B in the area and they were not nearly as friendly! We would definitely go back to Inn at the Canal!
5 on June 01, 2015
Inn at the Canal B&B is a true old-fashioned B&B in the best sense. Located in a wonderful historical home filled with old books and wonderful treasures from bygone days. Bob, the owner/chef delights in presenting fabulous breakfasts, but for a dieter like me, he wanted to know my preferences and introduced me to some new ideas for a healthy breakfast that were delicious. Never made me feel awkward for wanting something different. Then there is Jess - a bright light who remembers and greets everyone by name, remembers and offers them their preferred wake up drink without having to ask. In my 6 night stay, never a frown or less than warm positive words and gestures from these delightful folks. They excel in offering a warm, personal hospitality which makes each guest feel special. So, from Kauai, I offer my Mahalo & Aloha. Candy
4.8 on May 27, 2015
We stayed two nights. It was a great experience and we plan to go back in the near future. Bob's breakfasts were outstanding, Bob and Carol were gracious hosts, and Jess made you feel right at home!
5 on May 17, 2015
Amazing stay, excellent food.
4.6 on May 09, 2015
My husband and I truly enjoyed our 3 nights and 2 day stay. The get-a-way was much needed and the Inn was the 'Right" place to get R&R. We truly enjoyed the scrumptious breakfast and very good customer service every morning. Chef Bob and his team were not only friendly but also accommodating. Our room was nice with a home-feeling (very private)...We LOVED IT! My husband said, "We will be back!"
5 on May 08, 2015
Very relaxing stay! Inkeepers and their assistant were very accomodating. Breakfast was excellent. Place has alot of victorian charm. The town where it's located is very charming as well. WE WILL BE BACK!!!! Jeremy and Christy
5 on May 05, 2015
We loved our stay at the Inn At The Canal. The food was great.
3.6 on March 31, 2015
We had a good view of the marina. The queen size bed was comfortable. There was coffee and hot water for tea all day along with snacks. Bob muffins and Pumpkin pancakes for breakfast that were very good.
4.8 on March 25, 2015
Everything you'd want in a B'n'B -- friendly owners, a delicious breakfast, an amazing bed, and a beautiful setting. If you're looking for a place to stay in or around Chesapeake City, this is it!
5 on March 16, 2015
Lovely Inn, great hosts and delicious breakfast! We had a wonderful time. The quaint town and interesting history made it a delightful getaway.
5 on March 11, 2015
This was suppose to be a break away from the long 2015 winter. A break away to stroll the streets and shop a bit...just to reconnect and relax. It turned out to be such a "Culinary Surprise" The breakfast was "so spectacular!!" with fresh fruit and and French Toast made fresh from Challa bread (Jewish egg bread) with a blueberry compote ontop!! Soft music in the background. Chef Bob of Inn At The Canal suggested the Bayard Inn restaurant for dinner and there we were "treated" to mouth watering filet mignon, fresh squash and for desert their famous Ice Cream (DuPont recipe-carmel, butterscotch and choc.chips) out of this world creamy-smooth and very tasty. My husband had the fresh made yellow sponge cake layered with carmel and salt. It was a perfect getaway with the sunrise in our window view to top it off..and everyone from the Tap Room to Bayard Inn to Inn At the Canal were so welcoming and pleasant to talk too. Treat yourself - we booked another wknd. in August we liked it so much. Looking forward to the summer sunrise and culinary treats of the summer season.
3.8 on January 28, 2015
We spent a quiet night at the Inn At The Canal to celebrate our 2nd anniversary. Bob greeted us at the door (and any other time we ran into one another) by name, and was very hospitable. Our room (the suite on the top floor) was lovely, and like having our own little apartment. Breakfast was delicious, and although we went with his suggestion Bob would've cooked us anything we wanted, I think. There was ample parking and we were right in the center of town/shops/restaurants. A great location and easy getaway for us!
5 on January 26, 2015
Beautiful inn. Quaint rooms. Bob and Carol were great hosts and the breakfast was superb!
4.6 on January 02, 2015
If you want intimate & cozy stay in "Snug Harbor" room. The chef will make you the most delicious breakfast then go for a walk & visit every cute quaint store all within blocks. I will visit again very soon.
4.8 on November 26, 2014
We had a lovely stay at this historic inn in Chesapeake City, MD. It was right around the holidays so people were starting to get out their Christmas decorations, and sales were going on in the boutiques on Bohemia Ave. The innkeeper is friendly and hospitable, and they make sure you have everything you need. I would definitely recommend staying here!
4.4 on November 20, 2014
I was impressed by the standard of the property - outstanding! The service was excellent, location was great, and was very pleased how organized the owners were from our champagne order and the best chocolate bark (made by the owner/chef) to the breakfast - awesome! Will certainly go back! Thanks
4.8 on November 14, 2014
Everything I need to complete my stay for 2 nights. I would recomend Inn At The Canal B&B. Chesapeake City MD was a nice visit.
5 on November 09, 2014
Our stay was fabulous, our room was very private with a view of the canal. Breakfast each morning was a special treat. We loved the proximity of staying right in town.
4.6 on November 08, 2014
Great service, great host. Breakfasts were outstanding. Location right in town, close to C&D Canal. Good restaurants in easy walking distance.
3.8 on November 05, 2014
Beautiful venue, nice greeting, in general very well done.
4.8 on October 27, 2014
We had a nice stay in early September. Bob was friendly, accommodating and helpful. We enjoyed the comfortable room and the time to relax!
5 on September 30, 2014
I was a bridesmaid in a friend's wedding and stayed at the Inn at the Canal for the weekend. Both Chef Bob (the Innkeeper) and the assistant innkeeper were wonderful. My boyfriend and I had a fantastic bread pudding and omelet for breakfast and enjoyed talking with both the Chef and other guests at the bed and breakfast. Chesapeake City is such a lovely town and we can't wait to visit again.
4.8 on September 25, 2014
This is a lovely, charming Inn located in a quaint harbor town. Bob, the owner, and chef, was very friendly and offered suggestions for local dining and activities. Our room was clean and obviously well maintained. The breakfasts were scrumptious! It was very quiet and relaxing. We really enjoyed our stay and would definitely visit again.
4.6 on September 21, 2014
In keeper was extremely accommodating. The food was delicious and the room was great. Would recommend to anyone.
4.0 on September 18, 2014
This was our second stay at Inn at the Canal and we were just as, if not more, pleased than we were the first time. Bob is amazing ... he tends to every detail and his breakfasts are a true representation of his career as a chef. He was extremely helpful in our search for interesting places to visit. The staff is wonderful - we especially enjoyed our conversations with Samantha. The sunset views from the dock are spectacular. We highly recommend a trip to Chesapeake City and a visit to the Inn at the Canal.
5 on August 17, 2014
Wonderful B&B! Delicious breakfast, Bob and staff very friendly and accommodating. The room was very comfortable with awesome view of the water. Very convenient location near shops, restaurants and bars. Plenty to do in the area; fun historic boat ride, short drive to see lighthouses or other quaint towns. We will definitely come back!
5 on August 11, 2014
What a perfect getaway. You feel like you are miles from anywhere, but yet have all that you need. Quiet inn with so much character. Would recommend that it is the place to stay.
5 on August 09, 2014
This was our first bed and breakfast experience and it was wonderful. The inn was quaint and beautiful. We stayed in one of the smaller rooms and it was clean, cozy and more than comfortable. The innkeeper was friendly and as the chef made a delicious breakfast. Baked goods coffee, tea and cool drinks were available gratis in the dining room for snack time. Just a terrific time in a great place.
5 on August 06, 2014
We stayed at the inn at the canal last weekend and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. There were 6 of us and we loved sitting on the back porch and relaxing while looking out at the canal and boats. The suite was very comfortable and Samantha whom serves breakfast and cleans is very attentive and friendly. The breakfasts were delicious. Thanks Bob and Carol for a nice weekend
3.0 on July 22, 2014
We had a great time at the Inn. The room was great. Very clean. We especially liked Bob, the owner & chef!! Breakfast was great! We hope to visit again soon.
5 on July 14, 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the inn. I was only there for one night for business in the area and wished it had been longer. The hospitality was the best and the breakfast in the morning was outstanding. There is nothing better than waking up to a yummy smell of breakfast. The inn and the surrounding area is a step back in time. It was quiet and peaceful. Fortunately It was recommended by a friend and I am glad she did. Highly recommend staying there.
5 on July 11, 2014
My husband and I were absolutely delighted with this Inn. The antique painted and stenciled ceilings were magnificent, and the breakfast was fabulous and a work of art, without pretension. I enjoyed talking with Bob the Innkeeper and chef extraordinaire. He went out of his way to give us the history of the inn and to make our stay comfortable. Because the Inn was not fully booked when we stayed, Bob upgraded our room for free, which was a welcome surprise after a 90-mile bike ride that day.
4.8 on July 10, 2014
We rolled into Chesapeake City on a Sunday evening when the street was full of visitors and a band was playing in the park. Needless to say there was no parking in front of the Inn. Luckily there are reserved spots for hotel guests adjacent to the house and park!! We felt like rock stars. The innkeepers were extremely hospitable and the room I booked, was the smallest - but the perfect size for two adults. The bathroom was almost as large as the room! (snug harbor). We enjoyed the waterfront dining at the Bayard, less than a block away. Drinks on the terrace at the Chesapeake Inn and taking a stroll around the historic neighborhood. What a great find!!! The historic house itself was nicely decorated and really took us back in time. The breakfast by Chef Bob was excellent and we enjoyed visiting with him and his wife and jack Russell Terrior during our short 1 night stay. Highly recommended!!!
4.8 on July 06, 2014
We had a lovely stay at this historic B&B. Even on short notice, Bob & Carol were very accommodating, and the room was beautiful and clean. All of the antiques, the great breakfast, and the service made it very enjoyable.
4.4 on July 03, 2014
This was the first time we have stayed at aB&B ¿ we had a very clean and nice room. The breakfeast was very good just a little late for us we are early risers and would normaley start our day. But we really enjoyed our stay with Bob and Cagol. We. Were disapointed that not all the shops were open,Bob was alot of help on things ho see, do and to eat. Everyplace we ate was good except The Tap Room not good.
4.8 on July 03, 2014
This B&B left a great impression on us. We had a lovely stay, everyone was so nice and friendly. We would definitely recommend the Inn at the Canal!
4.6 on June 27, 2014
Weekend in Chesapeake City, MD spent at a lovely B&B with great porches and canal views. Breakfasts were delectable. Inn was spotless!
4.6 on June 18, 2014
Nice little B & B close to the water in a very nice area. The Innkeepers & their assitant were very nice & helpful people. Every morning the breakfast menu was changed and prepared from scratch. Everthing was fresh and tasted excellent.The rooms were a bit small but nicely arranged & furnished.(We did book the smallest rooms). I would highly recommend this B & B for anyone staying in the area.
5 on May 14, 2014
In the heart of quaint Chesapeake City, MD the Inn at the Canal is a gem. Bob and Carol make everyone feel welcome and at home. Everything is clean and well kept, breakfasts are great and the service provided by Samantha is top notch. We've now stayed two consecutive years and would never hesitate to book again when in the area. Highly recommend. Mark Z.
5 on May 12, 2014
Everything was truly awesome- the owners were very friendly and the cooking was delicious. The historic Victorian house was beautiful and very clean; we will be back!
4.6 on May 07, 2014
Bob is a very congenial host and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Our late arrival was easily accommodated and we found all that we needed in our room with a personal letter describing ammenities and breakfast for the morning. We enjoyed sitting on the porch for our morning coffee and the conversation at breakfast was light, friendly and enjoyable. Our strolls around Chesapeake City were entertaining and we always felt comfortable. We would recommend the Inn at the Canal for anyone who enjoys a relaxed atmosphere with personal attention to the details.
4.6 on May 04, 2014
Great location; convenient to shops and restaurants. Owners Bob and Carol are very nice and so willing to make our stay comfortable. Great food, Bob!
4.8 on May 02, 2014
A lovely weekend get-away. Just enough do to there, and many day trip options within an hour or two's drive. The Inn is just beautiful, the town is charming, and Bob is a superb host. Best B&B Breakfast anywhere. Get the on-site massage for an extra treat! Several wonderful restaurants within walking distance. You won't be disappointed.
5 on April 29, 2014
We came across the Inn At the Canal on the web when looking for a place to stay in the area of an auction we wanted to attend. We loved it! Everything about it was Outstanding. The town of Chesapeake City was a nice surprise too. It was full of small shops and cozy restaurants.
5 on April 18, 2014
We spent a weekend at the Inn at the Canal. It was wonderful to relax on the porch and look out over the canal and the people passing by. Really beautiful. Bob was a great host and cook.
5 on April 16, 2014
The Inn At The Canal is truly the Best B & B in Chesapeake City. We were married at Trinity UMC and had several guests in attendance who stayed in Town. Of the 3 Inn's this one was the best overall. Chef Bob is spot on and all the rooms were comfy, clean and well set! Oh - and get a Massage there too! We will be back for sure!!!
4.2 on April 09, 2014
Great location and very friendly folks. Very comfortable bed, tub a bit small.
5 on March 30, 2014
Excellent B&B in a perfect location, close to everywhere you would want to go and see in Chesapeake City. The owners contact directly to ensure all is going well with the stay or if anything is needed.
4.8 on March 06, 2014
Reserved this place for a special birthday weekend for my wife and we loved the hosts, Bob & Carol, and all they did to make our stay memorable. Bob is a terrific cook and offered seconds on his already large portions. He also made dinner reservations for us and helped us get familiar with the area. We hope to return in warmer weather.
4.8 on March 01, 2014
The inn and keepers were extremely welcoming. Will stay again.
4.6 on February 20, 2014
This was our second stay and as always it was fantastic. The staff is welcoming and friendly and the food was great.
4.8 on February 07, 2014
Fine breakfast by a real chef
5 on January 23, 2014
You can't find a better Breakfast at an Inn ANYWHERE ! Rooms are great and we continue to go back! Richard & Denise Thomas
4.2 on January 06, 2014
Ideal location for business or fun -wlaking distance to restaurants and shops. The Inn at the canal is a nice "escape" from the busy world
4.4 on December 29, 2013
My wife and I did some Christmas shopping in nearby Deleware and it was also our 22nd wedding anniversary. The whether was rainy but we really enjoyed ourselves. Our room was neat, clean, and quaint.
4.4 on December 29, 2013
Needed a public place to sit so we could interact with other guests.
4.6 on November 24, 2013
Inn At The Canal is a charming bed and breakfast that my husband and I enjoyed staying at tremendously. The owners are so friendly and inviting and the food is outstanding! We would love to come back again!
3.8 on November 10, 2013
Nice setting and charming place. Enjoyed our stay and would recommend for others.
4.6 on October 30, 2013
Clean comfortable room, nice people, excellent breakfast!
4.8 on October 14, 2013
Would stay here again without hesitation. Great area, great food and the staff here could not be more accomodating.
5 on October 13, 2013
really enjoyed the place, the location, the breakfast, the friendly host; would happily come again.
5 on September 05, 2013
We stayed at the Inn at the Canal for Labor Day weekend and had a wonderful time. The "Inn" is located a few houses down from the canal at a prime location for a respectable cost. Bob cooked some tasty breakfasts and provided us with suggestions for places to dine and visit. We followed the advice about Chestertown and found another gem there. We were comfortable even in little Snug Harbor (the smallest room, double bed) for the 2-night stay. Samantha was a friendly and considerate server who attended to our culinary needs. We are already trying to plan our next visit because we miss it so much. Take a trip there to 'chill' and escape your stressful life for a few days. Chesapeake City and Inn at the Canal are not to be missed!
4.4 on September 03, 2013
My husband and I visited for our 10th wedding anniversary and had a wonderful time. It is a great little town, and the Inn was wonderful. We started our stay with a couples massage in the private parlor and it just got better from there. Our host was wonderful and the food was amazing. We would recommend The Inn to anyone looking to visit Chesapeake City.
4.8 on September 01, 2013
This was our second visit. We have already booked a return visit! A wonderful Bed and Breakfast with great food!
4.6 on August 31, 2013
it was our first visit to Chesapeake City and we chose the Inn at the Canal online. We're glad we did. Our host, Bob, was welcoming and also an excellent chef, serving up a gourmet 2 course breakfast. The room was large with a view of the C&L canal. The entire Inn is filled with antiques and tastefully decorated. The location is perfect. No need to get in your car. Walk to restaurants and shops. We will definitely return to the Inn at The Canal.
4.8 on August 29, 2013
Perfect place to stay for the Street Rod Car show this past weekend. Fantastic breakfasts, great hosts and the perfect front porch to view all the fabulous cars. The coffee bar was stocked with goodies to snack on and tons of ice. Our room, Snug Harbor, the bed just wasn't the oerfect fit for our bad backs, but otherwise the room was "snug" just right! We have our reservations for nedt year already! See you next year, Bob & Carol! Thanks for a great weekend!
4.4 on August 28, 2013
The owners and staff were very friendly and gracious.
4.6 on August 25, 2013
Best B & B we've stayed at
4.8 on August 22, 2013
Wonderful hospitality, really felt at home. Will go again ~
4.4 on August 19, 2013
The Inn at the Canal is very well located, just a few doors up from the canal and with a view of the water from the lovely garden porch. It is an 18th c. building, full of antiques. Coffee, water, snacks, etc. are available at all times. My room (Snug Harbor) was quite small, but I knew it would be, and priced accordingly. Sufficient for a single person for one night. Very good breakfast; owner is a former chef. [I suggest that the toilet on the ground floor should not be marked "private".]
5 on August 13, 2013
Very pleasant totally enjoyable stay
4.4 on August 05, 2013
The owners were very accommodating, they allow children which was a requirement for us. We look forward to staying there again!
3.6 on August 04, 2013
The inn was very nice and the service excellent. I expected more in the way of breakfast since the innkeeper graduated from CIA. The food was OK, but not as special as expected. The room was clean and comfortable. I enjoyed sitting in the parlor in the evenings, but more light would have been nice. Overall it was a nice trip. Enjoyed the town and the people very much.
4.6 on August 03, 2013
Had a great stay relaxing on the porch. Will be back
5 on July 25, 2013
My wife and I had a chance to get away for a couple of days and decided to go to the northern Chesapeake area, an area we had never visited before, but had heard that it was quite a nice area. After an internet search, we decided to try Inn at the Canal for our two night stay, and wow, we're glad we did. Prior to our arrival, the communication and information we received, both through emails and a confirming phone call to us, was both professional and genial. Once at the Inn, Bob was an outstanding host, making sure we knew about the options we had for exploring the area, tips for knowing when the ships would be going through the canal, making sure our room was perfect, and serving a wonderful breakfast both mornings. From the Inn, we were able to take day trips which included the Elk Neck State Park, Northeast, Chestertown, and Havre de Grace.... all very much worth the visit. We were also within a short walk of some fascinating shops and great places to eat. The more we stay in B&B's, the more we like them, and staying in the Inn at the Canal was an extremely good choice. We will certainly return in the future, and we will be recommending it to all our friends as an exceptional place to get away. Mike & Carla B.
5 on July 22, 2013
We stayed on the third floor which is a very roomy suite with a small balcony and a very seperate little living room. I woke up earlier than my husband and was able to shower and sit out on the balcony without disturbing him. We stayed overnight on our way to Annapolis and I wished we had more than one night.
4.0 on July 20, 2013
Everyone should treat themselves to a visit to the Inn and Chesapeake City.
5 on June 25, 2013
This was my first vacation alone and from the time they received my reservation through the time I arrived they were wonderful. Bob made sure I felt like I was staying with family and took care of everything I could possibly have needed. Checking out was truly difficult but I plan to return in the fall. 5 star all the way. Karen P.
5 on June 08, 2013
This was our first time at a B & B. We had the smallest room, but it had all we needed for our stay. Thank you, Bob and Carol for a wonderful experience! The breakfast along with your hospitality were great!!
5 on May 26, 2013
Very nice Inn a block from the C&D canal. Bob & Carol were delightful and helpful hosts and Bob's breakfast was very good. The service in the dining room and house by Samantha was outstanding. Would highly recommend if you are in the Chesapeake City area.
5 on May 24, 2013
My significant other and I recently stayed at the Inn (5/19 and 5/20). In my opinion, the Inn is the heart of the town. Bob, the Innkeeper is gracious and very accommodating. The breakfast was delicious, the room spotless, and the staff very friendly. Can't wait to go back!
5 on May 16, 2013
Stayed for a weekend visit to Chesapeake Bay area. It has plenty of restaurants nearby. A park next door with "non-stop weddings" (our weekend anyhow). Breakfasts wonderful!! Everyone helpful and easy to be around. Wolud love to go back.
4.2 on May 12, 2013
The inn was lovely and we really enjoyed our stay. Nice little getaway.
5 on May 05, 2013
Love this place!! Very clean, food was A++++. Go there when you can.
5 on May 01, 2013
My husband and I stayed at the Inn and had a wonderful time. The room was very well kept and clean. The host was very accommodating. My husband loved waking up to the scent of breakfast cooking. Food and service was excellent. We are returning in June for a longer stay this time. Would recommend the Inn highly.
4.2 on April 23, 2013
Beautiful, Historic Inn. Our room was clean and comfortable and breakfast was DELICIOUS! We'll definitely go back!
4.4 on April 22, 2013
Bob was extremely helpful and informative, and also gave us two terrific breakfasts. A quiet little town, with not much going on during the week, due to off season. Great local eateries available.
5 on April 22, 2013
Comfortable, very good and friendly service. What more can you ask? Thank you!
4.2 on April 15, 2013
We had the suite on the top floor. The balcony has a view of the canal and I got some great sunrise photos. The kitchen was stocked with free snacks, cold drinks, coffee, tea, etc. Very comfortable king size bed. Gracious hosts. But the highlight was the gourmet breakfast. Like eating at a high end restaurant! Just a note - I ranked cleanliness as "met my expectations" because the place was very clean and that is what I expect.
4.4 on April 15, 2013
Very nice old Victorian home. The owners and staff were great, friendly, and willing to answer any questions. The owner Bob is a chef and the breakfast is great! We will return again
3.8 on April 12, 2013
Lovely inn with a terrific view of the canal. Lots to see and do there. Host was great, with directions and suggestions. We had relaxing late afternoons in the parlor. Lots of nice history. This was a gift from my brother and his wife. First time in a B&B for me.
5 on March 27, 2013
My husband and I stayed at the Inn because we had a wedding to attend at the Chesapeake Inn. We stayed in the smallest room since we were only there for one night and didn't want to spend a lot of money. We loved the room and even commented on how if reminded us of our college days being small but just right for one night. The breakfast prepared by Bob was fantastic! Bob was enthusisastic and friendly during our entire stay.
5 on March 21, 2013
Staying at the Inn was an outstanding experience from a call from Bob to verify how they were handling my allergy problems to meeting me at the door to calling me by name without fail. Bob and Carol never failed to remember the reason for my trip and tell me about places to see. Breakfast was outstanding with apple-cranberry compote, local apple wood cured sausage, and French toast with blueberry topping. What a chef!
5 on March 20, 2013
Our first trip to Maryland for our nephew's wedding. We chose the Inn because we like to stay at B&Bs and this one was very close to the wedding venue. The room & bed were great, and one window looked out to the wedding venue! We spent time in the shops and restaurants of Chesapeake City and enjoyed a visit to the ACE Canal Museum. Bob & Carol made us feel very welcome and the breakfast food was delicious! Our only disappointment was the cancelled St Patrick's Day Parade!
4.4 on March 20, 2013
Our stay in Chesapeake City was a quiet getaway, just what my husband and I needed. Our stay at The Inn At the Canal was lovely. We stayed in the Chesapeake Haven room and it was warm and cozy. The breakfast prepared by Bob and his wife was delish. I enjoyed every bite. His coffee was outstanding!
5 on March 14, 2013
Bob Roethe is a friendly, hospitable chef and host. The room was well-appointed and extremely comfortable. Breakfast was a delight - fruit compote, orange-and-cranberry juice cocktail, and blueberry French toast. Doesn't get much better than this!
4.2 on February 27, 2013
We, two couples arrived on a damp and misty Sat. for afternoon tea and a stay to review for a longer weekend in Aug. We were welcomed by Bob, owner, with warmth and by our names! He showed us our rooms which we knew were to be small but very cozy and inviting with their decor. The linens & towels were fresh & crisp and inviting. We ladies met for tea with Bob & Carol, then our hubsands walked the town. The afternoon tea with home made clotted cream & fresh lemon curd was delightful as were all the other goodies. The warmth of the fire took the damp away and made the dining room cozy even with the high ceilings and the darkness of the day. The house is old and has delightful features with painted ceilings in the living & dining rooms are in need of restoration but the overall appearance of the house and the innkeepers was WARMTH! Bob & Carol shared some of the history of the town and made recommendations for dinner based on what we might like. The Sunday morning breakfast at individual tables was delicious and served promptly and again with a smile! The ever cheerful fireplace took the damp away and provided the extra feeling of comfort! We look forward to our longer stay in August and sitting on the extra long porches when we return for the car show. We highly recommend the Inn at the Canal.
5 on February 23, 2013
Our stay was just what we wanted, quiet and comfortable. Our breakfasts were very good. We are very happy we chose to stay at The Inn at the Canal.
3.0 on February 07, 2013
this inn really is a beautiful place to stay. the room looked exactly as it did on the internet and the town of chesapeake city, md is quaint and lovely. we stayed in the off season, so the small town was very quiet and not a lot of folks were around...just what we needed. my only disappointment was that in the advertisements of this bed and breakfast, the owner boasts of being a culinary trained chef - which meant that we were expecting great things with breakfast. the food was good but it did not meet our expectations. overall, it was a lovely stay and we enjoyed our weekend.
5 on February 07, 2013
Great place. Will stay again . Bob the owner is a terrific host.
4.2 on January 06, 2013
Perfect location, beautiful rooms, friendly people.
4.6 on December 17, 2012
I stayed at the Inn at the Canal after attending a wedding. The service owner was extremely attentive and very accommodating. For example, I told him that I would not be able to check in until later due to the fact that I was in the wedding party and going to be occupied until late in the evening, he said that a late arrival was no problem and that he would leave the keys in a secret place for me to find them when I arrived. The breakfast served the next morning was scrumptious and made personally by the owner himself. I would certainly recommend this place to anyone who needs a place to rest their head after a long night.
4.8 on November 21, 2012
We had never stayed at a B&B before, always choosing hotels, but this was an exceptionally pleasant outing for us. The Inn was lovely, the innkeepers pleasant and helpful. We especially enjoyed the tasty breakfast. We will not hesitate the recommend it to our friends.
4.4 on November 07, 2012
Two of the rooms are very small, but we stayed in the Greenbrier Point room, and it was wonderful. There was a very nice view of the canal and it was a good size. Bob and Carol were very friendly and told us some history of the house, which I found very interesting. There are 2 porches for relaxing. We had a wonderful weekend!
5 on November 07, 2012
We were welcomed as old friends and served a wonderful breakfast the next morning.
4.8 on October 16, 2012
The savory breakfast smells wafting up the staircase made me feel like was a child again, walking down the staircase to mom's Christmas breakfast.
5 on October 13, 2012
Charming town. Breakfast Day 1 was pumpkin panckakes. Breakfast Day 2 was Eggs with Brie and Ham. Room called "Snug Harbor" is indeed snug but romantic. The bathroom door didn't close all the way. Given the tight quarters, total privacy between loo and bedroom would improve upon a great experience!
4.8 on October 09, 2012
My husband and I recently spent a weekend at this B&B. It was a really great experience. The innkeeper is a chef and the breakfasts were amazing. The rooms were very clean and the housekeeper/ waitress was very friendly and hardworking.
5 on October 05, 2012
We wanted a mid-week retreat for my birthday, so we did the research, read all the reviews, and took the leap. Glad we did because the reviews were accurate and we were not disappointed with the Inn. We stayed in the Upper Bay Suite for two nights. Because it was mid-week, the Inn was quiet and we were given a tour of the rooms. The rooms had individual personalities, views, and sizes. What they had in commom was cleanliness and beautiful decor. Our bed was comfortable and we used our private balcony to view the ships and watch the evening sky. Bob, owner and chef, was personable, hospitable, and very accommodating. We had a wonderful, stress-free retreat. We would do it again and we would definitely stay at the Inn.
4.2 on October 03, 2012
A lovely B&B in a good location. Warmly greeted by Bob, a very personable, friendly and accommodating innkeeper!
4.2 on September 27, 2012
the rooms are smaller than a hotel but very nice & cozy. The owner made a fantastic breakfast and was very nice. The whole town was very quiet and what a view of the chesapeake bay.
4.2 on September 23, 2012
Really enjoyed our stay here. Bob and his staff are extremely friendly and helpful. The food was excellent. The atmosphere was relaxed. The building and the town have a rich history in which Bob is very well versed. Excellent kayaking and nice running/biking trails. Will definitely be back!
5 on August 28, 2012
We HIGHLY RECOMMEND staying at the Inn!! Bob is awesome! He's full if interesting knowlendge about the town and an amazing cook.. Breakfast was perfect!
4.2 on August 20, 2012
My husband and I needed a midweek getaway and we selected the Inn at the Canal and I am so glad we did. From the moment we were greeted at the door until our departure we were surrounded by pleasant conversation, beautiful antiques, and wonderful service. Our room was lovely with a great view of the canal. Snacks and beverages were always available along with great literature telling of the Chesapeake City area. The housekeeper was friendly and very helpful guiding us to a great restaurant for dinner. If you are looking for a clean, relaxing B&B in a quaint town then this is the place for you. I can hardly wait to return.
5 on August 08, 2012
We stayed at the Back Creek, and the whole experience was fantastic. The owners kindly accommodated our late arrival. The room was clean and comfortable, as was the entire house and common areas. The breakfast was delicious! All in all, we would definitely stay there again. By far the nicest place to stay in Chesapeake City.
4.2 on August 06, 2012
A lovely setting and close to all shops and restaurants. The innkeepers and staff were very personable and accommodating. Would highly recommend this place!
4.2 on July 25, 2012
We stayed at the Inn at the Canal for 3 nights in the "Snug Harbor" room. It was really great! Bob is a wonderful host, and his breakfasts were scrumptious. He was so friendly and gracious, getting out his bass guitar for my husband to strum on after they realized they were both bass players. His staff was very sweet and helpful. The room was as advertised, very "cozy", but we loved it. It was the perfect place to relax in the blindingly hot July afternoons. The bathroom was a good size, and the windows looked out onto the quaint main street and gave us a fascinating view of the tall bridge that arcs over the canal. This town is very unique. Very fun to walk around, cute shops, historic houses with plaques. My favorite thing was the historic boat tour on the Miss Claire, guided by a 5th generation? resident of the town. Very affordable, and totally worth it. Same as the Inn!! Come check out the barges and ships floating serenely by and take a breath of fresh air!
5 on July 16, 2012
Always enjoy our stay at Inn at the Canal.... Accommodations are lovely and food is delicious!
5 on July 10, 2012
My wife and I just returned from a 3 day stay at the Inn at The Canal. The inn was beautiful and our room was great. We stayed in Cassidy Wharf and the room was good size and very clean. The bed was very comfortable and the AC worked great in the 100+ temps outside. Each morning we had a great breakfast of eggs, pancakes and omelettes. Bob and Carol were both very nice and everyone made us feel right at home. We will certainly return next time we are in Chesapeke city.
5 on July 10, 2012
The hosts made us feell very welcome in their home. The town was quaint and woderful. Go ahead and stay at the Inn At the Canal, you won't regret it : )
4.4 on July 09, 2012
Enjoyed sitting on the porch with a drink in hand. Excellent breakfast! Long soaking tub was very enjoyable.
4.0 on July 06, 2012
I whisked my wife away for our 24th wedding anniv. The Inn at the Canal was lovely. We truly enjoyed our stay. Bob was a gracious host and the breakfast was fabulous. Samantha was delightful to chat with. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend this welcoming B&B.
4.8 on June 25, 2012
The Inn was a wonderful place to stay--and the hospitality accorded us by evryone was just awesome! Chef Bob's pancakes were super...
4.4 on June 18, 2012
We stayed in Greenbrier and Chesapeake Haven rooms. We wanted rooms that were easy to get to each other since we were staying with elderly parents. Our rooms were lovely, bathrooms great, and the breakfasts, delicious. Our hosts were kind, thoughtful, and even made a phone call for us so that we could take a trip in the Miss Clair boat out into the bay. We loved our stay and hope to return!
3.2 on June 17, 2012
Very pleasant, but we did not use air conditioning and the nearby bars on the waterfront were fairly noisy.
5 on June 13, 2012
My now husband and I booked the suite at the Inn at the Canal for our wedding weekend in Chesapeake City. The owners are wonderful and friendly and you can tell they love their inn and what they do. They were amazing to all of our guests and to us. They were accommodating when I came down a little late for breakfast the morning of the wedding because of hair and makeup and happily whipped me up a yummy cheese omelet even though they were cleaning up. Food was awesome! The assistant in the kitchen is such a sweet lady. We will absolutely be back and will highly recommend the Inn at the Canal to anyone we meet!
5 on June 13, 2012
We've stayed at several B&B's and our stay at the Inn at the Canal is one of the best experiences. The accommodations were beautiful and comfortable and the staff was superb. We just wanted a get away weekend and found we could relax and enjoy the slow pace of the lovely town. We loved their big porches!
4.4 on June 12, 2012
Had a great nights sleep and thoroughly enjoyed soaking in the European tub along with the provided bubble bath. A scrumptous breakfast was prepared by a professionally trained chef. Beautiful view off of the side porch...a must see.
3.2 on June 02, 2012
While the Inn at the Canal is a generally well-run establishment in a very nice town, at least one of its rooms, the Back Creek, has a major weakness. What is described as a “European soaking tub” is actually a dangerous contraption that allows you to neither shower nor bathe in comfort or safety. I’ve never seen another tub like it. It has a big hump in the bottom where one’s back-end goes (which raises one out of the water they are meant to soak in), and its width narrows dramatically at the other end (where one’s legs are meant to be relaxing). The hump causes an extremely unsafe situation when one has soapy feet, and without the grab-bar on the wall, one could not stay upright while showering. If you are a daredevil contortionist on holiday and looking for a thrill, I recommend the Back Creek room. However, if you plan to relax in an inviting tub after a long trip, or if you are not physically up to rigors described above, please request a room with a less challenging tub.
Back Creek is our most popular room. Never heard a concern or comment like this, actually you can find most guests love and comment so about these tubs. Of course this guest also didn't list how we bent over backwards with all of his request for special allergies, which we are always happy to do. Here is another perfect example of "Did you think of mentioning it while you were here?? could have move guest to a different room. Also first time I've ever received a request for a refund because of a bath tub. Other B&B owners beware.
- Bob (innkeeper/owner)
4.8 on May 01, 2012
Beautiful atmosphere, delicious gourmet breakfast. What a great value.
4.4 on April 28, 2012
I was on a business trip and brought my wife and young daughter along while I was working during the day. Bob and Carol could not have been more accommodating - we appreciate it.
4.2 on April 26, 2012
It was a lovely place and very historic. The room was a bit small but the care and food was wonderful.
5 on April 25, 2012
The bed was very comfortable and the food was declicious.
4.2 on February 28, 2012
We had a wonderful stay at the Inn at the Canal. The room was small but exceeded our expectations. I would recommend the Inn at the Canal as the owners were very hospitable. Chesapeake City is a quaint little town. Experience a pub crawl, we did!
4.6 on February 24, 2012
My boyfriend and I came to the Inn at the Canal for a belated Valentine's Day/early anniversary weekend and we weren't disappointed. The house was gorgeous, the room was cozy and delightful, and overall we had a wonderful experience. Oh, and whatever you do, don't miss that breakfast! Delicious!
4.8 on February 15, 2012
I recently went to the Inn At The Canal for Valentine's Day and thought it was adorable! Although it was the off-season and the town was not very busy, my boyfriend and I had a great time exploring and meeting the locals. The Inn was a perfect get-a-way with friendly owners, an amazing breakfast, and all the amenities we could possible need. They even gave us a complimentary bottle of champagne. I would definitely recommend it, and plan to return over the summer!
3.6 on January 16, 2012
If you want to be on the water with good restaurants nearby, Chesapeake City is the place to go. Our hosts were very nice and the homemade breakfast was tasty. The historic house is in the midst of the town and our room had a wonderful view of the water and the sunrise.
5 on December 19, 2011
We wanted to do something different for our anniversary, so chose the Inn for a nice overnight. We had no idea that it would be so totally charming. The house and it's amenities are wonderful, the bed was almost too comfortable to get out of (once I managed to get IN it ... it is really high), the shower was fantastic, the food was extremely tasty. But, really the best of all were probably Bob & Carol themselves. What a wealth of information they are ... about the area, the business, cooking ... pretty much anything you want to talk about. Needless to say, we had a wonderful time and will be back next year for more of the same!
5 on December 04, 2011
The inn keepers at the Inn at the Canal Bed & Breakfast were WONDEFUL! I HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommend staying at this location! You will enjoy it thoroughly! Thank you!
5 on November 23, 2011
We first stayed at the Inn over a cold weekend last winter with a group of friends and have been wanting to return. Bob and Carol are indescribable as Innkeepers and greeted us like old friends. Definitely a place to return again and again.
4.4 on November 10, 2011
Our 4th wedding anniversary overnight in lovely Chesapeake City, MD. Our room at the Inn had a great view of the large freighters sailing up and down the C & D Canal. The Inn is historic and beautifully decorated with period furnitre and paintings and Bob, the owner is interesting, gracious and made us feel right at home. He is also a CIA trained chef and served a very tasty breakfast. The town itself is like going back in time and we enjoyed all the little shops and taverns. The Canal Museum right in town was well done and history buffs will enjoy the exhibits and story of the building and engineering of this man made wonder. Would recommend this Inn to anyone for a relaxed and interesting get away!
5 on October 24, 2011
I came to find this place through a friend of the family who own it. My boyfriend and I spent a long weekend here to hide away and could NOT have been happier! Not only is the town adorable and has everything you could want (boutique shopping, good restaurants, bars, but also beautiful peace and quiet and nature), the inn was clean, the service perfect and the view from the bedroom stunning. We cannot wait to go back!
2.8 on October 21, 2011
Nice victorian Inn, clean with nice location to the canal. However the mattress in our room (Back Creek) which ironically is what our backs did in the morning, needs to be replaced. At the end of the day we were expecting to climb into a nice warm cozy bed instead it was like sleeping on a piece of plywood. It was so bad that we left and did not stay our second night. At a loss to us of $179.00. The TV in the room also needs updating it was a 12" that's 12 as in a foot inches . We could just about make it out from the slab we were laying on. The owner is also a chef and let me say those 2 pumpkin pancakes were delicous, they left us longing for more only there were no more. We did enjoy sitting on the porch, and had a nice dinner at the marina, and the shops in town are also very charming.
I apologize for the delay in responding to your review. To be quite honest with you, I really didn't know how to respond. Your room was "Back Creek",the most requested and popular room with never a mention by any guest of anything other than wonderful. I guess what I really can't figure out concerning the bed and the pancake is, if these concerns were affecting the quality of your weekend, why on earth did you not mention any of them. The situation could have been easily resolved. We could have easily put you in another room a couple rooms were available. The pancakes didn't and never do run out. You could have had them stacked to the ceiling. We take pride in ensuring the needs of our guests are met, I am so sorry we did not have the oppourtunity to do so for you.
- Bob (innkeeper)
4.2 on October 12, 2011
Very pretty, clean, nicely decorated room. Owners very helpful and pleasant.
3.4 on September 28, 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Inn At The Canal B&B and would stay there again. The place was wonderfully decorated and we felt comfortable staying there without the awkward B&B feel (where you don't know the people but are staying in their 'home'). The food was fantastic and service delightfully pleasant.
4.0 on September 12, 2011
Our hosts were helpful but not pushy. The breakfast was both delicious and satisfying. The porch looks out over the canal and was very relaxing. Not alot to do in Chesapeake City, but we had an amazing dinner at the Chesapeake Inn. The cost for the room is as reasonable as you are going to get anywhere at a B & B!
4.0 on August 24, 2011
Great experience. Only complaint is the shower; changed from VERY HOT to VERY COLD w/o warning!!
3.0 on August 22, 2011
Although the room was lovely, I was a bit disappointed. The other B&Bs in Chesepeake City provide freshly baked treats each day. Here they only had store bought cookies. Also, the breakfast was very ordinary; scrambled eggs and a sausage link.
4.4 on August 13, 2011
Al and I celabrated our 25th wedding anniversay with a trip to Chesapeake City,MD. We stayed at The Inn at the Canal Bed and Breakfast. We were greeted at the door by Bob the Inn's owner. Bob was a wonderful host and we really enjoyed ourselves. We stayed in the suite, it was very spacious and just perfect for our romantic get away celebration. Thank you Bob for the wonderful memories!
4.8 on August 07, 2011
This place is wonderful!!! Bob and Carol are so attentive and kind! My husband and I had a wonderful time! The only comment from my husband is the TV is small and dated but I didn't care! We will be back!
4.4 on August 04, 2011
My husband and I brought my elderly father for a two-day stay by the water. We thoroughly enjoyed sitting on the porch watching the water. Breakfast was wonderful each day and the rooms very comfortable. Given that the temps were near 100, the rooms were well air conditioned. We appreciated being able to watch the Tour de France on Versus in our rooms and my husband rode his mountain bike on the Canal Trail (20+ miles). We hope to come back to Chesapeake City with more family at Thanksgiving.
5 on July 24, 2011
Our children gave us this neat get-a-way in Chesapeake City because I had never been there and really wanted to see the historic town and shops and B&B's. The Inn was fantastic with a nice room with a view of the canal. Walking distance to everywhere we went. They also included a special early dinner at the Chesapeake Inn. Carol, the innkkeeper watched for us and allowed us to come in through the kitchen door from our side area parking. That saved us extra steps as the weather was 100 or so. She was delightful. We were very excited (like two little kids) having not celebrated our birthday together ALONE since we were kids. We love our families-they're so loving and caring, but we just wanted to hang out together ALONE! We then met Bob, the other half of Carol, and the best chef, ever. We took pictures of everything-the porch, the dining room, the back of the charming house, where our bedroom was located and the very old style hats (two which we wore in our day) of course, modeling them. Exploring the town, finding The Tap Room. Want crabs, Alaska king crab legs or lobster tail, dat's de place!! We ate lunch there and couldn't finish my all-you-can-eat crabs ( big whoppers), Bob left me put them in their personel refrigerator so I could take them home. What hosts! We found ourselves "reporting" in each time we came and went, somewhat like to a family member. They were always happy about our enjoying ourselves, like family. Before we went to our special dinner, we told them and they said to have a good time. Guess what? Our kids were there to surprise us (some 30) and guess who was in on it from the beginning?!! When we came back, they said they could hardly keep from giggling!! You have to know this secret was kept since February by everyone. Bob and Carol have become "family" and you will enjoy them, too. We certainly will return.
4.0 on July 24, 2011
We stayed at the Inn at the Canal overnight on our way from North Carolina to Connecticut. Everything was just what we wanted. Nice room, great hosts, pretty gardens, quaint town, superb breakfast.
4.6 on July 08, 2011
The Inn at the Canal is the place to stay in Chesapeake City. The Innkeepers are friendly and knowledgeable of the area. The breakfasts are outstanding and the rooms impeccable clean. The location is right in the heart of the Chesapeake City historic area, and provides outstanding views of the canal right off the veranda or your room.
5 on July 02, 2011
Beautiful room with a lovely view of the water. The owners are very friendly and accommodating and serve a delicious freshly made gourmet style breakfast. A great way to celebrate our 49th wedding anniversary.
5 on June 03, 2011
Relaxing, convenient and just what we needed. Great breakfast and very helpful innkeepers.
3.6 on May 25, 2011
The room was small, but comfortable. No air conditoner, so it was a little warm at night. Seemed to have some ants in the bathroom, and the climb into the tub is a challenge. Hosts were excellent and breakfast was superb.
Hi, thanks for your review. Not sure which guests you were. Can't understand comments, two smaller rooms,when these rooms are booked,it is clearly explained that they are small but comfortable, we have plenty of larger rooms and ALL of our rooms HAVE air conditioning.We have not had any issues with any of them not functioning. Our feeling is that perhaps you were a last minute late check in and the AC in you room wasn't apparent to you. Glad you liked everything else. Do come back. Plenty of AC and LARGE rooms. thanks.
- Bob (innkeeper)
4.4 on April 28, 2011
Great spot, fascinating view of the D and C Canal, and the shipping that takes place on it. Bob's a fantastic cook, fun to talk with, and well aware of interesting local attractions. We stayed off-season, so there were few other guests, and much enjoyed the fun Victorian atmosphere of the house.
5 on April 22, 2011
What a relaxing and wonderful time. Very friendly innkeepers who enjoy what they do
4.2 on March 25, 2011
We have returned to this Inn at least once a year for many years and have stayed in a few of the rooms. Most have soaking tubs which I find a particular inviting feature. There are good places to eat, cute shops, and the canal to sit and relax along, all within a few steps from the Inn.
4.4 on March 16, 2011
Our recent stay at Inn at the Canal was our first time at a bed and breakfast. We were extremely pleased with the experience. Our hosts were friendly, attentive, and made us feel very welcome. We particularly enjoyed our breakfast experience. Bob (host) prepares the food and everything was outstanding. I recommend Inn at the Canal to anyone looking for a relaxing and quiet weekend. There is just enough to do in the area to keep you entertained, but still quiet enough to enjoy and relax.
3.8 on March 13, 2011
The Inn is beautiful. Very close to everything. There was quite a lot of noise in the am prior to breakfast coming from the kitchen, however this would not stop me from staying there in the future. All and all it was a very nice stay.
5 on March 09, 2011
Beautiful and rustic. Very charming. The owners are very gracious and go out of their way to make your stay a great experience.
4.6 on March 03, 2011
Upon arival we were greated warmly and offered a upgrade of our room. B & B is located in a quaint and historically interesting little town. Had 2 wonderful breakfasts and some friendly conversations with our hosts.
4.6 on February 16, 2011
Absolutely wonderful breakfast! Great location with views of water, very comfortable beds. One (very short) block from an outstanding restaurant, The Bayard.
4.6 on February 07, 2011
My husband & I had a getaway weekend at the Inn for his 50th birthday, in the middle of January! Bob & Carol were very friendly and the breakfasts were delicious! The room was a bit small but very cozy!
5 on January 05, 2011
Host and Hostess are friendly and so is the town. Breakfast was great. We would recommend this B&B to anyone.
4.0 on December 21, 2010
There is nothing like staying in an old home with character, and the Inn at the Canal is an ideal setting. Carol and Bob were gracious and welcoming, and the Inn feels like a home. Scrumptious and elegant breakfast next morning rounded off a very nice stay. I just wish we'd been able to stay longer!
5 on December 07, 2010
The Inn at the Canal is in a great location- near shopping and dining. It is a beautiful, cozy place with very clean rooms and the owners are very kind. Breakfast was fabulous each day. We really enjoyed our stay and hope to go back when the weather is warm.
4.2 on December 07, 2010
Fabulous breakfast. Room was very nice and house was quiet.
5 on November 19, 2010
This was our first time staying at a B&B. I am glad we stayed at the Inn at the Canal.
5 on November 15, 2010
Everything was excellent. My wife is going to set up a cooking weekend with her friends.
4.6 on November 05, 2010
Stayed in the upper bay suite. Includes bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, and a deck that overlooks the water. Would recommend to anyone traveling with children, plenty of room. Inn keepers personable and accommodating. Breakfasts were great!!
4.8 on October 20, 2010
We have stayed here several times with the previous owners and it is one of our favorite B&Bs in the US. The new owners are also wonderful and helpful. We enjoyed our stay and will come back. B&B, Lusby, Maryland
5 on September 27, 2010
My husband and I went to the Inn At The Canal in Chesapeake City, MD to celebrate our 20th. Anniversary and we had the most fabulous time! Bob and Carol Roethke have created a peaceful and serene atmosphere at their Inn and we had a wonderful and relaxing weekend. Their breakfast menu is truly gourmet! The blueberry french toast is to die for! The little town of Chesapeake City is quaint and charming and the Inn fits perfectly there. We cannot wait to return!
4.8 on September 08, 2010
Don and I were there for 3 perfect nights we were there as our grandson was getting married in Philly on the weekend but we went up early to relax. We could not have found a better place the bed was very comfortable, the linens top of the line, and the room was very clean. Bob and Carol made us feel very at home help us plan day trips the Mt. Harmon Plantation is about 20 minutes away and well worth the trip and the early bird special served 3 till 5 at the Yacht Club served the best food in the entire village. The Bed and Breakfast "The Inn on the Canal" is one that we would go back to just to sit on the porch and watch the boats or just have a glass of wine and talk and the home is exquisite. Great place we loved our stay there.
5 on September 08, 2010
We decided to try something different... and we can't stop telling our friends about it. What a gem. The Inn is charming, the food is excellent and the hosts are a delight. Chesapeake City is a forgotten jewel in the bay area - very few people know about it and therefore, it is one very special getaway. For a relaxing and gentle "chill out", I can't think of a better place. We loved it and can't wait to return. This is especially welcome if you are used to the hectic pace of Route 95 North and the Jersey Turnpike, yet it is only about 15 minutes from that madness and a real trip down memory lane. This is the way a small town used to be and the history of the Canal is impressive. Just right for a day or two of R & R. Highly recommend.
5 on August 25, 2010
Bob and Carol, I apologize for neglecting to record our impressions in the register(senior moment) but we wanted to offer some kind remarks. We enjoyed our two days at your wonderful Inn immensely. The Inn is beautiful and just the perfect setting for a calm relaxing weekend. We had a great time leaving the car parked and walking to all the shops, docks, and restaurants. The two of you made us feel very, very welcome in your home and we appreciate that very much. Sipping our coffee, watching the boats in the porch rockers after the two superb gourmet breakfasts was a definite hi-lite of the weekend. We also enjoyed our dinners at both the Bayard House and the Chesapeake Inn and truly believe we consumed the best crab imperial tasted in our lives at the Chesapeake Inn. Your recommendations were right on the mark. We have done many B & B weekend getaways over the past 20+ years. Our stay at you Inn was one of the best experiences we have had and we can’t wait to schedule a return visit. We will try to bring some friends with us next time. Sincerely and with thanks, Carl & Chris
5 on August 05, 2010
My husband stayed at the Inn for our anniversary. We met Bob, but Carol was working. Bob is fulfilling his dream being a Chef, but most importantly, he has character. The Inn is beautiful with architectual surroundings, extremely clean, and very welcoming. As soon as you arrive, you will feel the warmth all around. We had the best time. Thank you Bob & Carol for making our anniversary a special one by your hospitality.
5 on October 15, 2009
We had a great relaxing weekend. it was located by the canal, quiet town, able to sit by the water. owners of B&B very nice & helpful and made us feel at home.
5 on September 08, 2009
We had such a amazing time staying at the Inn At The Canal. It is right in the middle of a quaint town - within walking distance of several good restaurants and shopping. Rooms were clean and comfortable and the whole house was inviting and relaxing. Breakfast was super delicious. Only good things to say - and we will definitely be back to stay again soon!
5 on September 07, 2009
My husband and I stumbled upon Chesapeake City, MD on an unplanned vacation. We arrived late and were so pleasently suprised that the innkeepers, Al & Mary were able to accommodate us immediately! The inn is beautiful, the food is top notch, and Al & Mary were great hosts! We stayed in Cara's Cove and it was a lovely room as we slept "under the stars!!" We are planning to make this a yearly trip!
5 on September 01, 2009
View of C&D canal was outstanding. Watched sunrise over the water from our bed. Breakfast was fresh, delicious and plentiful. The presentation of our breakfast was tops -- colorful, elegant, relaxed. Mary & Al have our vote as best B&B ever!
4.8 on July 31, 2009
Charming home in walking distance of everything we wanted to do. Delicious breakfast! Used local produce & herbs. A different twist on familiar recipes -- served with grace with antique silver and lovely china.
5 on April 07, 2009
This B&B was beautifully appointed and lovingly cared for. Al and Mary were great hosts and made us feel welcomed and comfortable. We will definitely return!
5 on March 30, 2009
We return every year to stay at the Inn at the Canal. Al and Mary are so accommodating and the food is always delicious! Cathy and Greg
3.2 on December 18, 2008
The inn was lovely. breakfasts were delicious. Wish there was a bit more 'hands-on' interactions from innkeepers.
5 on December 09, 2008
We booked the smallest room, "Snug Harbor". It is beautifully decorated and has a nice sized bath. Stars glowed on the ceiling when we turned in for the night! Breakfasts were yummy and tastefully presented on antique dinnerware. The long side porch is a winner for relaxing and looking at the canal!
5 on November 21, 2008
This inn was delightful, decorated beautifully, very comfortable bed and bath. Food was delicious. host and hostess were very gracious.
5 on November 21, 2008
We had an outstanding visit. Great environment and breakfast!
5 on November 17, 2008
An elegant spot, in a quaint, historic town. Amazing breakfasts! We can never get enough of the Inn at the Canal!
5 on November 10, 2008
EXCELLENT! COULDN'T BE BETTER!!
5 on November 03, 2008
My husband surprised me with a "romantic getaway" weekend. He chose the Inn at the Canal. Working in downtown Baltimore, it was fantastic to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Mary and Al made us feel so welcome! The accomodations were outstanding! Mary and Al did an awesome job of preparing breakfast. Not only was the food tasty, but the presentation was excellent! Our weekend was wonderful!!! We are so relaxed and stress free once again! Thank you Mary and Al for our wonderful weekend! We will definately refer your Inn to family and friends! Hope to see you again real soon! Debbie and Tony Zoet
4.8 on September 09, 2008
Room was 1st class. Breakfast and hosts were terrific.
4.0 on September 05, 2008
Although this Inn appeared on the Hot Deals last week showing inexpensive rooms for 3 or 4 nights (Friday thru Monday), they only had a room available for a Friday night when I called.
5 on August 23, 2008
My husband and I took an early spring weekend getaway here.
5 on August 14, 2008
Wedding Weekend Thank you for the wounderful hospitality. We'll come back!
5 on July 23, 2008
Al & Mary, you made Brian & I feel so welcomed. Everything was beyond our expectations. Thank you so much for your wonderful hospitality. I told everyone that would listen to me that they need to go & see you.
5 on July 17, 2008
A warm and charming environment so comfortable we felt like we were home. We stepped back in time and lost ourselves in nostalgia. It truly was a 4 star sleepover. It was so relaxing we didn't want to leave. Al and Mary Ioppolo made us feel like family. We can't wait to go back!
5 on July 16, 2008
Inn at the Canal in our opinion is the best around and is the only place we will stay. Service is excellent and Mary & Al are outstanding & we love them very much.
5 on July 15, 2008
This was the best B&B we have ever stayed at. Mary & Al were terrific hosts. We both loved the Victorian motif. Better than the B&B's in the U.K & Scotland.
5 on July 15, 2008
A beautifully decorated historic house with many antiques that adds so much to the ambiance. Has wonderful water views. The Innkeepers are very kind and friendly and add some nice personal touches. The food was delicious, too!
5 on July 08, 2008
You will love the comfortable bed and well-decorated rooms. Breakfast is homemade and always delicious.
4.8 on June 09, 2008
This is a perfect get away while visiting at U.of Delaware. Near enough for College activities, but a peaceful distance for a dinner and sleep.
5 on June 02, 2008
Excellent! Lovely people and wonderful meal. Felt like we were at home or with family. Got my husband to eat melon for the first time!
4.4 on May 30, 2008
Romantic, quiet, relaxing, and great breakfast.
4.4 on May 15, 2008
Mary, the owner, told me she and her husband stayed overnight in each room at the inn. To experience what a guest would feel and it shows in every thoughtful detail, pleasant decor, great beds, delicious breakfasts, chocolate treats on your bed and stars on the ceiling.
4.8 on May 15, 2008
We had a thoroughly enjoyable overnight stay with Mary and Al at the Inn at the Canal, Chesapeake City, MD. The accomodations were very comfortable and elegant-mid 19th century, as is the town. The town is interesting with good restaurants and views of the water. A thoroughly enjoyable getaway!
3.0 on May 13, 2008
A classic B&B in an 1870s house, which offers gracious, friendly hospitality, comfortable accomodation and a well organized welcome for our late arrival. Worth the detour to visit the C&D Canal Museum.
5 on May 13, 2008
A lovely inn in a pretty town with water views. A very relaxing stay - with an elegant breakfast. What more could one want?
4.4 on May 13, 2008
Was pleasantly surprised at how nice our stay was. Everything was wonderful!
5 on April 27, 2008
My wife and I were very impressed with all aspects of the Inn. The room was charming and very well kept. The innkeepers were very cordial and accomodating. We fell in love with the charm of the inn and its location. We will surely return for another visit.
4.8 on March 05, 2008
We really enjoyed our stay. Mary and Al run a nice Inn and the breakfast was the best we ever had at a B&B. The walk along the north side of the canal was also enjoyable. This is a great weekend getaway place.
5 on January 20, 2008
AS FIRST TIME B AND B'ERS, WE COULD NOT HAVE ASKED TO STAY AT A MORE CHARMING PLACE WITH PERFECT HOSTS...THE HOUSE WAS BEAUTIFUL, THE ROOM CHARMING AND COMFORTABLE, AND THE FOOD DIVINE...WE WILL DEFINITLY BE GOING BACK. THANKS MARY AND AL FOR A PERFECT WEEKEND!!!
5 on December 24, 2007
We've stayed here many times. Especially love the suite on the 3rd floor. Great town, great inn and friendly hosts. You won't be disappointed!
5 on October 16, 2007
A lovely setting with welcoming innkeepers and gourmet breakfasts. Rates A + all the way.