Hotel at a Glance: Sandaway Waterfront Lodging
Chesapeake Bay’s Sandaway Waterfront Lodging harks back to an idyllic era. Housed in a mansion built in 1875 in one of Maryland’s oldest towns, the bed and breakfast evokes Victorian charm with screened porches and old-fashioned rocking chairs overlooking the bay. You’ll have access to a sandy beach for coastal strolls and scenic sunset views. Walk to Oxford’s famous taverns to enjoy fireside dining in the cooler months, or waterfront dining in the spring and summer.
- Featured in Martha Stewart Living, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Select Registry as a charming Chesapeake Bay getaway.
- Every room and suite is uniquely decorated and has a private bathroom; other features might include a claw-foot tub, antique furnishings, and a private porch.
- A breakfast basket with baked goods, fruit, yogurt, juice, and coffee is delivered to each room in the morning.
- Walk to every restaurant in Oxford from the Sandaway, and shop in quaint town stores.
Oxford, Maryland: Port Town with Sailing and Seafood on Chesapeake Bay
On Maryland’s eastern shore, the village of Oxford maintains its historic charm as a former colonial port for British trade. The surrounding Talbot County encompasses more than 600 miles of shoreline, earning the area the title “the Hamptons of the Chesapeake Bay.” As one of the closest towns to the ferry landing, Saint Michaels has several boutiques and restaurants as well as the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, which delves into the art of boat building and the area’s seafaring history.