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St. Michael's Manor

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Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

After touring Main St, we stopped in Michael's for late Lunch. My wife had the quesadillas platter with salsa. I had the Fish and chips with coleslaw. We had two cold draft beers from the bar. Great Lunch at a convenient location on our walking tour of Stock bridge. We eat here whenever we are in town.

Thank Anthony K
West Orange, New Jersey
Reviewed 22 June 2016

This historic house in an idyllic setting has plenty of charm on its own, but Joe and Nancy take it one stepfather by being such thoughtful and hosts. It felt like staying with family--family who pampers you! Be prepared to leave behind the modern world and just relax. And save plenty of room for breakfast!

Thank DogLevel
Danville, Illinois
Reviewed 4 June 2015

We spent three nights in this delightful little BandB and we certainly felt a warm welcome and were well taken care of by Joe and Nancy Dick, owners. They are kind and very interesting people to chat with and they make you feel like old friends. The Breakfast were well prepared and beautifully served. The home was built in 1805...

Thank travelgirl3944
Reviewed 29 July 2013

We stayed at this awesome Bnb for 2 nights. The owners are very warm and welcoming.they made us feel more than just paying guests. They go out of their way in making you feel comfortable. Their breakfast is great and the rooms are nice and cozy. This, when added to a great creek view from the rooms and access to...

Thank Anksphenomenon
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 27 June 2013

My wife and I had a great time at this little gem tucked away just off the Bay. Picturesque setting with the water and all the wildlife close by. The highlight was a canoe adventure through the marsh to a tucked away beach. Highly Recommend!

Thank Fred M
Gaithersburg, Maryland
Reviewed 9 January 2013

First stayed there when I was taking my son to look at local colleges. Room was quaint with quilts and reminded me actually of an old New England home rather than southern Maryland. The owners prepare home cooked breakfasts and share the history of the house and the area. They also directed me to a great French restaurant in Leonardtown....

Thank SonyaBarnette
Arlington, Virginia
Reviewed 6 August 2012

Enjoyed the stay here! Very nice location. Easy access to Point Lookout State Park. The innkeepers offer a nice breakfast with local fruit and a taste of their own grapes. The wildlife is abundant and beautiful. We saw bald eagles and a kestrel within minutes of arriving.

Thank Smile B
chandler, az
Reviewed 28 July 2009

Enjoyed our 5 nite stay. The breakfast's were gormet. with fruits of the season. For the older adult, recomend the 2nd floor. the 3rd is quiet a treck. The grounds are well taken care of. The nitely wine sampling was fun. Wine that the owner makes. Saw many wildlife creatures, fox, deer, & eagle. Is situated close to a civil...

1Thank mrfm#1
washington DC
Reviewed 28 July 2008

Quaint historic manor house with cozy rooms in a terrific setting on a vineyard and on Long Neck Creek which is actually quite large and a good opportunity to make us of the canoe and paddle boat. We should note that each bathroom is shared between 2 guest rooms but we were the only guest so we had it all...

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Address: 50200 St. Michael_s Manor Way, Scotland, MD 20687
Region: United States > Maryland > Scotland
Price Range: $62 - $104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
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“all rooms are quiet”
travelgirl3944, 3 Jun 2015 | Read review
“All are reasonably priced. Cheaper ones are on 3rd floor. No elevators so you need to be able to climb stairs.”
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