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Sandaway's Historic Aerial Collection

Delve into the rich tapestry of Sandaway's past as you stroll through our historic aerial collection of photographs, showcasing the evolution of Sandaway and the charming Oxford area. Each frame is a frozen echo of Eastern Shore memories and Oxford vacations from the past. Discover Sandaway Suites & Beach historic aerial collection of photos. Welcoming you to be a part of this storied tradition, Sandaway Suites & Beach invites you to book your stay and etch your moments in our ever-evolving legacy. Just one visit, and you’ll understand why generations have anchored their cherished memories here, amidst the whispering Chesapeake Bay tides. Your home away from home, steeped in lore and history, waits to script your next tranquil tale by the bay.

Sandaway: Tranquil & Historic Seaside Getaway

Nestled on the picturesque Oxford, Maryland shoreline with panoramic views of the water, Sandaway Suites & Beach has been offering guests a tranquil seaside getaway for generations. Our charming retreat boasts a storied past, weaving together a tapestry of coastal hospitality and serene elegance.

The story of Sandaway Suites & Beach by the current owners, began over fifty years  ago when the Gibson Family, enchanted by the serene beauty of the bay, decided to create a haven for travelers seeking peace and relaxation by the sea. Their vision was to provide a cozy home away from home, where the worries of the world would be as fleeting as the Chesapeake Bay tides.

Through the years, Sandaway has evolved, carefully preserving its rich heritage while embracing the comfort and convenience modern guests adore. Family-operated to this day, the suites remain an emblem of dedication to exemplary service and a commitment to creating a memorable beach experience for every visitor.

Bask in the legacy of a vacation spot steeped in tradition, where every suite tells a story, and every sunrise ushers in a new chapter of cherished memories. Welcome to Sandaway Suites & Beach – where history's embrace and coastal charm are just the beginning of your perfect getaway.

To learn more about Sandaway's history visit our About Us page.

For a complete summary of Oxford, Maryland history visit our our blog post about Oxford history.

Aerial photo of Oxford, MD showing town and beaches.Aerial of Oxford Strand looking NE. Sandaway, Tred Avon Yacht Club, Robert Morris Inn, Ferr y boat port - Photograph from the H. Robins Hollyday Collection of the Talbot Historical Society
Aerial photo of Oxford, MD showing Sandaway and beaches.Aerial of Oxford at the dead end of The Strand where it reaches the Tred Avon River, Robert Morris Inn at the top left, today the area of Sandaway Suites - Photograph from the H. Robins Hollyday Collection of the Talbot Historical Society
Aerial photo of Oxford, Maryland of town and beaches.Aerial of Oxford looking northeast. - Photograph from the H. Robins Hollyday Collection of the Talbot Historical Society
Aerial photo of Oxford, Maryland of town and beaches.Oxford, MD, old air views, boats, Aerial of town of Oxford - Photograph from the H. Robins Hollyday Collection of the Talbot Historical Society
Aerial photo of Oxford, MD showing Sandaway's boathouse and beaches.Aerial of Oxford looking northeast - Photograph from the H. Robins Hollyday Collection of the Talbot Historical Society
Aerial photo of Oxford, Maryland showing the town and beaches.A 1930 aerial photo of Oxford, Maryland. The Tred Avon Yacht Club had not been built on the point but many cars are parked there and sails are drying on the grass. The Robert Morris Inn is visible in the lower left corner. - Photograph from the collection of the Talbot Historical Society
Aerial photo of Oxford, MD showing all of the town and beaches.Postcard c. 1990 Oxford, Maryland. Color aerial photo of Oxford from the Yacht club looking toward Easton. Never mailed. - Photograph from the collection of the Talbot Historical Society

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