The Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond, Maryland

A charming colonial mansion, this Belmond resort and spa sits in beautiful gardens that reach down to Maryland's tranquil Eastern Shore.

The Inn at Perry Cabin offers the very best of Maryland. Situated along the state's fabled Eastern Shore, the colonial mansion evokes the area’s rich nautical history. Today, guests can relax along the estate’s waterfront lawn, sail along the Chesapeake Bay, or simply enjoy the day at the award-winning Linden Spa – all just a few blocks down from the famous town of St. Michaels.

This Waterfront Setting with Breath-Taking Views is Every Bride's Dream

The hotel's romance has been an inspiration for the silver screen movies like The First Kiss and Wedding Crashers that have featured The Inn at Perry Cabin. Every element, from rehearsal dinner to wedding reception, can be catered for. Tantalize your guests with sublime wedding menus; from canapes to cake, relax as staff will serve your guests in style! 

Closest Airport:

Baltimore-Washington International - BWI

Distance to Airport:

72 miles

# of Rooms:

78 rooms

Venues/Spaces:

Dining:

  • Sherwood's Landing
  • The Purser's Pub

Celebrations:

  • Waterfront Gazebo & Lawn
  • Miles View Terrace
  • Commodore Ballroom
  • Admiral Room
  • Niagara & Lawerence Rooms
  • Tented Lawn Events
Activities of Interest:
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Sporting Clay
  • Shopping
Local Attractions:

From nautical adventures to cultural activities, St. Michaels offers a wealth of enjoyable days out.

  • Romantic sunset tours
  • Boat building
  • Learn to sail
Amenities:

This charming hotel is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after a fabulous day exploring the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Swimming pool
  • Linden Spa Fitness Center
  • Bicycles
  • The gardens
  • Docking facilities
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