Start up the engines or hop on a ferry to explore the nearby towns of St. Michaels, Easton, and Cambridge. Visit the Eastern Shore of Maryland and enjoy such local attractions & events such as:
From Sandaway you can walk to Oxford, Maryland restaurants and attractions. Enjoy Maryland's famous blue crabs, Smith Island Cake, Chesapeake Bay oysters, fresh fish, local wines, homemade ice cream, baked goods, organic produce & meats.
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The towns of St. Michaels, Easton, and Cambridge are only a short drive or ferry ride away for the best local shopping, dining, and exploration. Visit and enjoy such local attractions as:
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Sandaway Waterfront Lodging is centrally located for visiting both Talbot County and Dorchester County. Historic Oxford, Maryland is where Sandaway bed and breakfast is located. Other tourist destinations including Easton, Cambridge, and Saint Michaels are just a short drive away. Tilghman Island, Taylors Island, and Hoopers Island take a bit longer to get to, but the Chesapeake Bay scenery is well worth the drive. Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is just 35 minutes away.
*The Oxford Bellevue Ferry believed to be the United States's oldest privately operated ferry service crosses the Tred Avon River between Oxford, Maryland and Bellevue. Many bed and breakfast guests like to use the ferry service to make a short-cut to St Michaels, MD. The 3/4 of a mile ferry trip takes 7-10 minutes and can accommodate nine vehicles, passengers, bikes, and motorcycles. St Michaels is a pleasant 7 mile drive or bike ride from the Bellevue ferry landing. Sandaway Waterfront Lodging is just a one minute walk from the Oxford ferry landing. If the ferry is closed, St Michaels is 25 minute drive from Sandaway.
"Talbot County, Maryland, is packed with great places to stay, play, and eat...With so many great restaurants, there's absolutely no excuse for going home from this trip with an empty belly. Best of all, there's no shortage of things to do, from sailboat cruises to scenic bike rides." Southern Living
"A great place to visit from anywhere and a visit to Oxford is the ultimate in stress reduction." Yachting Magazine
"Lush land communes with water at every turn. Strands of masts rise through the trees to create their own leafless forests. Colonial and Victorian homes proudly display when they where built. Birds chatter overhead and salty breezes fill the air. A sleepy seductiveness takes hold." Chesapeake Life
"Driving out of Washington for a weekend getaway to a bed and breakfast can be a highly pleasurable and affordable mini-vacation. In very little time one can experience a whole different small-town quality of life. No going through the hassle of airport screening. It can be almost spur of the moment, though it’s important to check room availability." Georgetowner.com
"This excellent loop between Easton and Oxford is the classic Maryland Eastern Shore ride. Along the way, you visit several quaint little towns, ride across a ferry, and perhaps do some shopping in St Michaels. As an added bonus, this ride is located almost exactly halfway between Washington and the beaches. Thus, it's a great way to break up your trip to the shore." BikeWashington.org
Offering the best shopping, dining, and fun, visit the local towns of St. Michaels, Easton, and Cambridge for days involving golf, nature parks, museums, galleries, wineries, and more.
Take the Oxford-Bellevue Ferry to reach St. Michaels, where you can receive 10% off Selina Sailboat Cruises for being a guest of Sandaway Waterfront Lodging.
Only one block away from Sandaway Waterfront Lodging, the Historic Salter's Tavern invites you for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.