Stevensville, Kent Island, Maryland
Alexander Suite in Historic Kent Manor Inn
Alexander Suite in Historic Kent Manor Inn
This lovely two-room suite on the third floor of Historic Kent Manor is perfect for small families. The master bedroom features a deluxe four-poster king bed, sitting area and luxurious private bath with shower massage head. The adjoining room features two twin beds and a sitting area. Each room has satellite television with LCD displays.
Amenities include a private bath, wireless Internet, satellite television with LCD displays, comforter, coffeemaker, quality amenities by Rusk, hair dryer, iron and ironing board.
Daily hot continental breakfast is included for you and your guests.
Housed in a restored 1820 home and set on 220 very private acres of woods and farmland, Historic Kent Manor provides a wonderfully relaxing waterfront retreat, privately tucked away yet within easy reach of a vast array of activities and special nearby destinations.
Quaint rooms and suites are decorated with antiques and many feature marble fireplaces, four-poster beds, sitting areas, window seats, and balconies or porches. Amidst the charm of this English-styled inn, today's needs are readily met with flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, and coffeemakers in every room.
Amenities of the inn include daily complimentary breakfast, an outdoor pool, gardens, as well as event and meeting spaces. Complimentary bicycles and kayaks are available for guests to enjoy throughout their stay. Bring a favorite book and spend time reading on the porch, or play some of your favorite board games by the fireplace in the welcoming parlor. Don't forget to make a reservation for Historic Kent Manor Inn's award-winning Sunday Champagne Brunch! (extra charges apply)
There is is much to explore beyond the beautiful boundaries of Historic Kent Manor Inn. We are located just minutes from Annapolis, Maryland's State Capital, and home of the famed Naval Academy, yacht-filled docks, boat tours, and lovely residential streets along which to stroll. The charms of the many nearby towns which dot Maryland's Eastern Shore, including St. Michaels, Easton, and Oxford, are also just a short drive away, History buffs will be immersed in the region's rich heritage, while antiquing, elegant shopping, the arts, and fine and casual dining options abound.
Annual and seasonal fairs and special events are always a draw to the area, and include the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Run, Boat Show, Waterfowl Festival, wine festivals, and more. Hiking trails and the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center are nearby, as is the Blue Heron Golf Course.
Less than an hour's drive away is the heart of our nation, Washington, DC. Enjoy the iconic sights including the White House, the U.S. Capitol, the Library of Congress, and The Washington Monument. The world-renowned Smithsonian museums (which include The Air and Space Museum, The National Gallery of Art, The Museum of Natural History, and countless others) offer free admission. Enjoy guided tours of the city, take in a performance at The Kennedy Center, or simply stroll along the famous Constitution and Independence Avenues.
Downtown Baltimore and its vibrant Inner Harbor can also be reached from Kent Manor Inn by car in under an hour. The National Aquarium is regarded as one of the best in the world, and fine art museums are nearby. Pasta and gelato lovers won't want to miss Baltimore's Little Italy.
A 90-minute trip to the Atlantic Ocean beach towns in both Maryland and Delaware where sun, sand, and boardwalk fun create a backdrop for a memorable adventure.
Serious shoppers will also love the extensive outlet shopping centers which have emerged near Rehoboth and Bethany Beaches.
From quietude to a busy pace, Historic Kent Manor Inn provides a wealth of opportunities for its guests to enjoy on-site and nearby.
Estate with 1 level
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 400 square feet
King and 2x Twin
4 guests maximum
BWI, IAD; also regional airport
15 min east of Annapolis by car
Some water views, also views of the garden/landscaped grounds
Activities of Interest
- Chesapeake Bay activities (boating, kayaking, fishing, crabbing)
- Take a day trip to Eastern Shore ocean
- Book a tour and tasting at Blackwater Distilling
- Head to Mark Cascia Vineyards for great wine tasting overlooking the water
- If you prefer to stay on the premises, The inn offers a lovely swimming pool, a fishing pier, paddleboats, lawn games, nature trails, and bicycles for your use
Places of Interest
- Historic Annapolis (history, Naval Academy, culture, the arts, fine dining & shopping))
- Terrapin Nature Park
- Visit nearby towns of St. Michaels, Oxford, and Easton for antiquing and upscale shopping outlets
- Maryland Live! Casino
- Chesapeake Exploration Center
- Baltimore, MD (approx. 1 hour away)
- Chesapeake Bay- the sailing and boating capital of the world!
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- Air Conditioning
- Outdoor Pool
- Satellite/Cable TV
- Wireless Internet