102 Killarney Rd., 21613
We are located along the shores of the Choptank River and within easy walking distance to the Public Fishing Pier, the Sailwinds Park. We are a short drive from "Long Wharf",a 300 slip municipal and private yacht club marina. Ask us about bringing your Children and Pets.
Our town is known for the BLACKWATER WILDLIFE PRESERVE, and The Harriet Tubman Museum, Annie Oakley's House, and Anna Ella Carroll. We welcome guests attending the GRAND NATIONAL WATERFOWL HUNT, the WATERFOWL FESTIVAL, the EAGLEMAN IRONMAN, the CHESAPEAKEMAN TRIATHLON, the SCHOONER RENDEZVOUS, the ANNUAL SKIPJACK RACES, the BUDWEISER CAMBRIDGE CLASSIC POWERBOAT RACE, the SEAFOOD FESTIVAL, the BAY COUNTRY FESTIVAL, the NATIVE AMERICAN FESTIVAL,
the KITE FESTIVAL, A River Boat Cruise, The Nathan Of Dorchester, PIRATE SHIP RIDES and so much more. Please see our city's site at CAMBRIDGE. Adkins Arboretum, Chincoteaque National Wildlife Refuge, Jean Ellen Dupont Shehan Audubon Sanctuary, Linkwood Wildlife Refuge, and Pickering Creek Audubon Center.
Come join us for fishing, crabbing, boating, hunting. Bike, Walk, Drive or take to the water at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. Enjoy a day of golfing or a day at the spa.
Visit our many historic sites such as the Spocott Windmill Complex, the Birthplace of Harriet Tubman, The story of Annie Oakly, the Brannock Maritime Museum, reflecting Dorchester County's maritime heritage. Learn about the oyster navy, the ship building industry and Dorchester's part in defending the United States by sea. The Richardson Maritime Museum is a waterman's museum dedicated to the craftsmen and culture of the traditional Eastern Shore wooden boat building industry.
Take a walking tour of Historic High Street Cambridge, along Historic High Street and the surrounding area. Stroll down a brick paved, tree lined street with gracious 18th and 19th century homes on both sides. Christ Church, with its spectacular stained glass windows, its graveyard, and the historic County Courthouse are the beginning of a walk through history that leads to the Choptank River waterfront. The architecture represents different periods and styles, including Federal and Queen Anne. The Dorchester Arts
Center is a gallery for local artists, and features changing exhibitions throughout the year.
Take a bike tour: Blackwater Refuge Loop – 25 mile loop through and around the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Vienna Blackwater Loop – 41 mile loop begins and ends in the historic small town of Vienna. The Cambridge Loop – 6.3 mile loop that begins and ends in the park at Long Wharf. "Biking Through Dorchester" brochure available at tourism office and the B&B.
Take a River Boat Cruise and enjoy dinner on the ChopTank River and enjoy a Sail on the SKIPJACK called The Nathan Of Dorchester.
In addition to, sailing, fishing, crabbing, biking, kayaking, hunting, golf, tennis, and leisurely strolls, the area offers many exciting events throughout the year. Specialty,boutique, antique, and craft shops, plus a wide variety of exceptional restaurants are within a short distance of the inn.