Do you really want to get away from everything? This tiny community on the bay is like stepping back in time. Enjoy a slow paced day with a gorgeous view of the Chesapeake Bay. Start your morning with a cup of coffee or tea on your deck over looking the bay, you might see the crabbers in their boats or an Eagle flying overhead or watching you from a tree. It is not easy to walk away from the serenity of the deck, perhaps you might glance at one of the books you brought from the house or practice Yoga or meditate on the stillness .Maybe after breakfast you might want to take a walk on the beach or the horseshoe ( a road nearby that has private homes and farmland . You can always take the kayaks out or take a raft to the beach. You might be the only person on the beach that day or in the water.
If it is your first day you might need to go to the store for fresh foods . You won't need any staples they are already in the refrigerator and cupboards.Spices, flour, sugar, coffee, tea , mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise, creamer, relish and eggs for you first breakfast are on hand. You won't need to bring sheets , towels or beach towels. There is a washer and dryer in the garage in case you need to wash any clothes. You will find a refrigerator in the garage to keep your beverages cold. There is also a private commode in the garage . Great outside
private shower , inside bath has a whirlpool tub. In the evening their are 2 TV's on Cable with 100's of channels. Great restaurants in various towns not to far away. Cape Charles is worth the trip, very quaint town on the water. You will find menus from various places plus Ocean City, Chincoteague and Virginia Beach not to far away for a day trip. You can always go to Onnancock and take the boat to Tangier Island for the day and really step back in time (original English Settlement). There are golf courses and fishing trips nearby as well.
If you like to cook inside or out you will find everything you need, even cookbooks .
Throw a few things in a suitcase, you won't need much at my little paradise on the bay