Wonderful example of architectural details from the late 1840s, Federal Period construction in a Greek Revival style. Lovely decor, elevator, gourmet breakfast, and ageless hospitality.
Affectionately know as "the house with generous porches", located in the heart of historic Chesapeake City.
Depicts the history and operation of the canal connecting the Chesapeake and Delaware bays.
Family owned and woman operated; winery and surrounding vineyard, proudly located on the historical grounds of the original Manor Home of Augustine Herrman, founder and First Lord of Bohemia Manor.
The first Carmelite Monastery in the United States, Mount Carmel was established in 1790 by Mother Bernardina Matthews, her two nieces, Sister Mary Aloysia and Sister Mary Eleanora, and Sister Clare Joseph.
It is said that life in "Chesapeake Country" flows gently with the tide of North America's largest estuary and it's tributaries. Take your time experiencing the special beauty of this tidewater region with its pristine waterways and vibrant historic waterfront villages.
Historic Chesapeake City is on the National and Maryland Historic Registries. Restored homes, antiques shops, eateries, Canal Museum, art gallery, summer concerts.