FIrst of all the good things, a stunning building, beautiful scenery, and in general very helpful staff,we loved ST Michaels the whole harbour area was lovely and the town quaint and inviting, lovely architecture all around, plenty of lovely places to walk around and admire. The hotel is a grand old lady, the public areas are lovely, on arrival we were shown our room and i must say i was very disappointed in was in the main section of the hotel on the ground floor and it did have a lovely view with a door leading to a very pretty patio area i think, posibly room 1 or 2i cant remember exactly, the room was well appointed but very narrow and dark, which is not what i wanted, also very close to the bar and main restaurant, noise! The one thing i really appreciate is quiet.However the young women on the front desk was vey helpful and offed us another room for a larger fee, we declined and we were offered another room on the ground floor with a waterview, we accepted this room 24 large airy bright, and with an outside patio, it was charming and extremly comfortable, alas the bathroom was cold and tiny, but there again this is an old property and everything did work well plenty of hotwater etc. The bed was very comfortable infact so comfortable i did not really want to leave it.Noise levels were a little frustrating but nothing too bad.
We did have a flat screen TV. We had our Thanksgiving lunch in the main restaurant, I cannot say it was great, but our waitress (Tifini ) i think was fab and made it special. However we did bare in mind cooking thansgiving lunch for over 200people was not easy, The pursers pub food was excellent even if we found the menu a little strange, that maybe because we are Europeans not Americans. Overall if you wish to go somewhere with beautiful views, is old and glamourous and you dont mind small bathrooms etc then this is a fab place to go, if i have the opportunity of visiting again i will defiantely stay but will book a room on the upper floors with a terrace overlooking the water. We loved it.PEt friendly too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Conde Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Award Winner, Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond, is a 78 room waterfront estate with a nod to the legendary history of Maryland's fabled Eastern Shore. Cradled by the Chesapeake's Miles River, Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond sits on the edge of St. Michaels, a town steeped in the region's crabbing and oystering traditions. The Inn boasts a top-rated spa, a zero-edge pool, acclaimed dining, Afternoon Tea and countless activities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Inn At Perry Cabin By Orient-Express Hotel St. Michaels
- Hotel At Perry
- Inn Perry Cabin