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15 Aug 2017

AT 200 YEARS, A RENAISSANCE

From remodeled interiors to revamped activities, there's a lot to rediscover about Inn at Perry Cabin

13 Feb 2017

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Overview: Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

An estuary sandwiched between the Delmarva Peninsula and the mainland on America’s eastern coast, the Chesapeake Bay is a national treasure. Its 19,000 kilometres of coastline ensure that the waterfront is the focus of any visit. This is a gorgeous part of the country, one that most Americans speak of in revered, inspiring tones—a place they dream of visiting and revisiting. A classic slice of Americana, it is rich with imagery of coastal living: waterfront barbecues, historic maritime architecture, crabbing off rickety wooden docks and skipjack sailboats. A place of pure rural tranquility, it is all about reforging a link to nature. The comely contours of the coastline are an integral part of the Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond, a small resort hotel that sits beside the Miles River, an inlet on the bay’s Eastern Shore. Positioned on acres of gardens and greenery, the Inn is a beacon of calm situated in a quaint town where the harbour and some homes date from the 1600s. Easily reached from Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York, it attracts road warriors looking for a weekend break, burned-out urbanites in search of peace, and couples seeking that special hideaway. This is a magnificent place to retreat, rejoice, rediscover and re-energise.

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A quiet hideaway graced with casual elegance and nautical charm, this waterfront estate is a nod to the legendary history of Maryland’s fabled Eastern Shore.

Cradled by the Chesapeake’s Miles River, Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond sits on the edge of St. Michaels, a town steeped in the region’s crabbing and oystering traditions. Just a one-and-a-half-hour drive from Washington, D.C. and walking distance from the Inn, St. Michaels boasts antique shops, Victorian homes and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.

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