|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Bring your gear - on over 25 acres and 800' of south east shoreline Indian Fields is set up for an active vacation. Fishing, crabbing, boating, kayaking and swimming in the private waterfront pool is just for starters. Indian Field's front porch facing the river is perfect for the family crab feast. Bring a bocce ball or croquet set - the front lawn is perfect for a tournament while those less inclined relax in the shade. A pick up game of hoops on the waterside basketball court (single backboard) keeps everyone in shape. Less than 3 minutes from the property check out Horn's Point Kids Bay Adventure Program where the kids pre-k through 8 can ride their bikes to Horn Point and explore the Bay through outdoor adventures, kayaking, canoeing and more. Looking to be a little less "earthy" but still want to be outdoors grab a tee time at Clearview at Horn's Point which is also less than 2 miles from the property. The par 72/73 course plays to just over 6,450 yards. Grab a drink or dinner waterside at Bobby's, the oysters are local. Indian Fields is over 3,500 square feet and sympathetically restored to its classic 1920s style just this year. Glossy wood floor planks remind you of how homes used to be built. Indian Fields is perfectly set up for one or two families with a cozy "cousins bunk room" for late night whispering while the grown-ups enjoy an evening on the front porch facing the Choptank. Trust us the kids will be tired at day's end and you will have some coveted time to relax. Forget those crowded beaches and noisy boardwalks and come to Indian Fields. A vacation where the kids can let the screen door hit them on their way out and you don't have to worry about getting stuck in traffic, unless moving a turtle off of the road on a bike ride constitutes gridlock!
About You - Property Manager since 2004. Locally owned and professionally managed vacation brings you value to your vacation investment.
Eastern Shore Vacation Rentals treats your vacation as an important investment. We are professionals. Managing vacation rentals is all we do! We oversee every facet of the home and this property has complied with and/or exceeded our firm's most stringent amenity guidelines. Nevertheless, things go wrong and even the most diligent preventative care can't prevent the unexpected. Consider what will happen if something goes wrong during your stay? ESVR has an extensive and loyal vendor network and can address most problems swiftly. The house is not your vacation. You've selected the perfect property—now what? Do you just want to arrive to a key under the doormat, or have a guest services department that can help you plan your vacation. ESVR views your vacation as an important investment in happiness – we are here for our clients 24/7
Whether this is your first time or the 5th, ESVR spends a great deal of time making sure that you not only rent from us, but enjoy all the things the area has to offer! We have an exclusive vendor network for everything from boat rentals delivered to your dock to paddle boards, charters and cruises at our disposal to help you make the most of your vacation. And because we are the largest vacation rental firm in the area, we can offer you discounts on everything from ice cream to golf! We offer value, not the lowest price. When comparing the cost of an ESVR home, be sure you are comparing apples to apples. ESVR includes everything from linens and bath towels, pet fees, cleaning and more so you are not nickeled and dimed after finding that 'great deal'.
One of the oldest towns in Maryland, this small town sits on the banks of the Choptank River. About an hour from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Dorchester County boasts famous residents such as Harriet Tubman, the most famous of Underground Railroad 'conductors' who led dozens of enslaved people to freedom, and Sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Also, more Maryland governors are from this area than any other with the exception of Baltimore City! Explore Cambridge and surrounding Dorchester County's long history as an agricultural and canning powerhouse, and their boatbuilding and maritime heritage—there are several self-guided walking tours, driving tours, river excursions and museums to help you experience the stories and history. Called the 'Heart of Chesapeake Country' because of it's location and shape, there are 1700 miles of shoreline surrounding 39 percent of Maryland's wetlands in the area, providing endless opportunities for kayaking, biking, and exploring.
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Nov 30 2014 - May 14 2015
2 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.