Maryland Bed & Breakfast Association

Eastern Shore Region, End of March

February 5th, 2015 by Maryland B&B Association

For guests interested in visiting our Eastern Shore Region B&Bs, the towns of St. Michael’s and Easton offer plenty of entertainment. Guests of Combsberry Inn, J.S. McDaniel House, and Bishops House are encouraged to visit these two historic towns and take in the food, shopping, and culture.

The Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival showcases over 25 local artisans and takes place during the last weekend of March. (28th and 29th) The festival runs from 10am-4pm and two day admission tickets cost $5. The festival will be hosted and held at Ophiuroidea and the Old Mill District in St. Michael’s, MD. Purchasing a wristband/ticket gets you discounted access to select St. Michael’s restaurants, shops, and museums.

St. Michael’s beautiful and historic waterfront offers guests great restaurants and shopping. The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum celebrates the Bay’s boats, seafood, history, and culture. The Museum is open daily from 10am-4pm and tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $6 for kids ages 6-17. Visit Olivins on Saturday mornings from 10-12 for free coffee tastings and the Eastern Shore Brewing Company is also a neat place to check out for any craft beer enthusiasts. St. Michael’s also offers a self guided walking tour of the historic Chesapeake Bay town.

Much like St. Michael’s, Easton, MD also offers great restaurants and shopping combined with unique Maryland History. Ranked the 8th best small town in the country, Easton features classic shops, museums, and restaurants. The Eating Easton Food Tour runs every Friday and Saturday from 11:30-2:30, and features some of the great cuisine from this historic Maryland town. Tickets cost $49, and include food and drink sampling from at least 4 of Easton’s best restaurants.

»