Bayberry Cove is the perfect Chesapeake Bay private retreat for a family vacation or a group of friends and kids to get away from it all. The house is just 100 feet from the water's edge and offers 5 bedrooms (4 bedrooms downstairs and a large sleeping loft bedroom with full bath upstairs) with large wrap around decks, a 16' x 28' swimming Pool, a large hot-tub, pool area safety gates, and an electronic safety pool cover to insure children and pets don't wander into the pool accidentally. There are Four Full Bathrooms.
Originally, this property was a circa 1979 - 3 bedroom geodesic dome which has been completely renovated in 2005 with new carpet, tile, several shades of colorful paint, siding, 2 x 20'x20' bedrooms (east and west wings) and a dining room punched out front. The dome portion is intact and offers a large living room or great room area with very high ceilings. The dining room offers panoramic water views on all sides of the 8x4 foot dining room table. Pets are Welcome.
Blackwater Refuge: Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge encompasses over 25,000 acres on Maryland's beautiful Eastern Shore and has been designated a 'Wetlands of International Importance' by the Ramsar Convention.
As a major stop on the Atlantic Flyway, Blackwater is a vital haven for waterfowl, as well as a sanctuary for the American bald eagle, the endangered Delmarva fox squirrel, and the peregrine falcon.
The Friends of Blackwater invite you to come explore the Refuge 'Time' magazine once called 'nature on the throne of her glory.' Come see what all the fuss is about - we know you won't be disappointed. Welcome to Blackwater!
Historic Downtown Cambridge, MD: Historic Downtown Cambridge, Maryland, an authentic Chesapeake town on the Eastern Shore, is known for its rich history, beautiful buildings, vibrant arts scene, and one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, and services.
Discover Downtown Cambridge's unique blend of shopping, art, music, dining, recreation and history set against a picturesque waterfront backdrop. An exciting renaissance is underway in this historic waterfront city. Stately storefronts are now home to stylish boutiques and galleries featuring homegrown art. One-of-a-kind shops offer antiques, jewelry, home decor, gourmet foods, and more. Downtown streets have been redone with period lighting and fresh plantings. Classic old buildings are being returned to their former glory.
Yet Eastern Shore traditions remain as strong as ever here. You can learn about Chesapeake ways in our museums, get a sense for them in our architecture, and get a taste of them in our restaurants.