St. Michaels House Rental Photos and Description
6 bedrooms - Sleeps 12
Located just minutes from St. Michaels, Maryland you and your family can have an authentic Eastern Shore experience at our waterfront farm estate while still just a short distance from museums, sightseeing, shopping and dining in the historic downtown.
St. Michaels offers something for everyone – golfing, sailing, a winery and a brewery are fun for the adults but the whole family will enjoy visiting the local lighthouse at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum or getting close to nature at one of the local environmental exhibits!
For a relaxing day on the property, enjoy recreational activities on expansive lawns or through multiple points of water access including beach areas, two docks and a boat house. Crabbing and fishing right off your own dock will be a lifelong memory for your children and a definite to add to the itinerary.
Kayaking, boating, hunting (in season), birdwatching or just relaxing by the pool are also great options for making your vacation a truly relaxing experience.
Family picnics, bbqs and crab feasts are also great past times (be sure to ask us about our concierge services such as steamed crab delivery or private chefs)!
Have a large family or more than one family? This Eastern Shore property can also be rented as the 'Miles River Retreat' - two private estates less than a mile from one another give you plenty of room for up to 22 guests.
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Area Attractions: Visit the world famous Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum while strolling through historic downtown St. Michaels. A variety of gourmet dining options along with our local winery and brewery will please your palette. Enjoy a unique shopping experience and fun activities for the whole family! Day trips to Oxford (take the local ferry), Cambridge, Easton, Tilghman Island and more!
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the manager
A wonderful taste of the Eastern Shore! The character of the home is matched only by the serenity of the river as the sun sets to close each day.