There are no phones in the rooms, and no TV. It’s very quiet–you can sit and read a book and look at the water, go for a walk on their nature trail, or bring your fishing rod. There are lots of day trips to take–biking in the area is great, golf is nearby, and they’re always happy to make suggestions about other activities in the area. At breakfast, we often find an interesting guest or two to chat with–some we’ve seen more than once over the years. In the early evening, we fix ourselves a glass of wine, and sit and watch the sun set over the water–then go to dinner in St. Michaels or Tighlman Island, which is down the road–or sometimes just get takeout and continue to enjoy the evening out on the porch.
It has a main house that’s old–one of those wonderful places with columns and screened porches. We like the rooms there–some are large and others smaller but newer and with views of the water. There’s also a newer building with nice rooms, each with a porch or balcony, and some with kitchenettes, I think. We’ve always been happy wherever we’ve had a room.