Unwind at the Best Bed and Breakfast in Maryland

Beautiful view of our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland at night

Fall is one of our favorite times on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, but another of our favorite seasons will soon follow it up. Winter, a season lesser known by many who’ve visited the Eastern Shore before, is one of the coziest and most delightful times of year to stay at our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland.

Among locals, winter is fondly known as the quiet season – a time of year when most tourists have gone home, the beaches become increasingly emptied, and the quiet, slow pace of life so typical on the Eastern Shore becomes commonplace yet again. Between the quiet stillness and the stark, frozen landscapes, winter on the Chesapeake Bay is mesmerizing. When you stay with us at our top-rated Bed and Breakfast in Maryland, you’ll have a front-row seat to the best of the season.

Our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland is nestled on its own private haven – a 70-acre zen-like paradise backing up to the Chesapeake Bay. Seek solitude at our Inn, and embrace the opportunity to slow down, unplug, and appreciate the natural surroundings we enjoy every day on the Eastern Shore. There’s no finer place to visit before or after the hectic pace of the holiday season. Book a room at our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland today.

Romantic wine by the fire in one of the cottages at our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland

Winter at our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland

If you like your getaways to be quiet, unharried, and filled with opportunities for rest and reflection, then there’s no better time to escape to our beautiful Bed and Breakfast in Maryland than this winter. The Inn at Huntingfield Creek is located just outside the town of Rock Hall, a popular and historic fishing & crabbing village on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It’s an easy trip from many of the biggest metropolises on the East Coast, but the second you pull up to our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland, you’ll feel an entire world away. 

Spread across our 70-acre paradise, you’ll find several accommodations for your winter getaway. These include traditional Bed and Breakfast guest rooms in our main house, as well as seven private and cozy cottages for a more intimate getaway. Each of the accommodations of our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland is unique, but all of them offer an excellent range of amenities, including a delicious breakfast every morning of your stay, complimentary wine, beer, and soft drinks, freshly baked daily cookies, luxury linens, free and fast WiFi, and so much more. 

Apart from having everything you need for an unforgettable getaway on the Eastern Shore, you’ll enjoy the most welcoming, service-oriented hospitality at our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland. The extra touches we offer our guests are born of our desire to ensure your stay is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. We will go above and beyond to ensure you leave here refreshed and looking forward to the year to come – it’s what makes our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland such a special retreat and why our guests return to our coastal oasis time and again. 

Ducks on the water on a foggy morning - one of the top things to do on the Eastern Shore in the winter while staying at our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland

Enjoy the Top 5 Things to Do on the Eastern Shore This Winter

Any trip to the Eastern Shore is bound to be good when you use our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland as your home away from home. You don’t need to leave our gorgeous gardens and grounds to have a great time – we’ll make sure of that. 

However, there are plenty of wonderful things to do on the Eastern Shore, even in the cold depths of winter. Below, we’ve curated a list of some of our favorite things to do on the Eastern Shore during these chilly months. 

  1. Apart from spending time at our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland, one of our favorite things about winter on the Eastern Shore is its oyster Season. Summer is dedicated to mouthfuls of delectable crab, but winter is for the oyster. Great places to try them include Blue Heron Oyster House and Bay Wolf.
  2. Of all the things to do on the Eastern Shore in the winter, you simply must make the time to visit the Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge. It’s a nature-lovers and birdwatcher’s paradise year-round, but it’s truly spectacular in the winter when the Tundra Swans migrate through the area, a spectacle that happens between November and March. We also recommend the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, known for its large breeding population of American bald eagles.
  3. We also invite you to tour around the Eastern shore, enjoying sips of delicious local wine at our vineyards! Our favorite is Crow Vineyard and Winery, but several other Eastern Shore Wineries are worth visiting, too. 
  4. Winter is a popular time for avid outdoorsmen and women to visit the Eastern Shore, as it’s prime season for hunting waterfowl and deer.
  5. Visiting the Eastern Shore’s most popular beaches in winter is actually magical. They are still just as beautiful but now entirely deserted!

When you’re done having fun in the area, return to the cozy warmth of our Bed and Breakfast in Maryland. You’ll be so glad you came! Book your winter getaway today!

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