Located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, close to Chesapeak Bay; lovely grounds; nicely done interior; very delightful hosts; wonderful golden puppy; just a great place to hang out for a few relaxing days: close to excellent eating on the Bay. Delicious breakfast!
After more than 30 years since our first visit, we returned to the Inn at Mitchell to find it was better than ever! Innkeepers Jim and Tracy Stone are long-time friends and continue to amaze with simple beauty and charm, historic and rustic décor, and really good breakfasts!!!!! Our room was beautifully appointed, spacious and comfortable, and we really enjoyed the bathroom with shower. We also enjoyed the short drive through the countryside to/from the quaint and easy-to-walk-around streets and waterfront of historic Chestertown -- including catching up on some of the interesting history of the area (don't miss out on Caulk's Field!). We hated to leave - but had quick access to see friends in Annapolis for lunch, visit the Naval Academy in the afternoon, and still have an easy ride to BWI to catch our flight home. Can't wait to visit again -- much sooner this time!…
My wife and I really enjoyed our two days here for a well needed getaway for 2020. Jim and Tracy are wonderful hosts and made us feel at home. I have a great love for history and it was like stepping back in time at this lovely BnB. The breakfasts were very good and in a really nice setting.
The Inn at Mitchell House is a very charming bed and breakfast. Me and my wife enjoyed celebrating her milestone birthday there. The Ringgold Room where we stayed was clean and beautiful, with an historic look and feel. The breakfasts served were great tasting as well. But what most impressed us was inkeepers Tracy and Jim's friendliness and advice on where we could go and what we could do in the Chestertown and Rock Hill areas. They gave us the opportunity to experience great local restaurants, quaint waterfront areas and very friendly people. We especially enjoyed the opportunity to go to private Tolchester Beach through the the Inn's affiliation. The beach area had great live music and a setting that made us feel like we were on a vacation at a beach area much further sough than Maryland. We found the Inn to be the best value in that part of the Eastern Shore. Overall, we give The Inn at Mitchell Place five out of five stars, and look forward to staying there again!…
The historic plantation home itself was beautiful, made even better by the property that it sat on, and topped off by the gracious and accommodating hosts, Tracy and Jim. My wife Lisa and I really enjoyed looking around the entire house, trying to take in all of the interesting architecture and furnishings, as well as the various collections they have acquired over the years. The breakfasts were excellent and they provided us with whatever we needed to make our stay comfortable. The location was perfect to make short drives to all of the scenic small towns located in Kent County. Thanks for a wonderful experience! Mike M
This Inn is a perfect place to stay in Chestertown! The rooms are well furnished and very clean. The breakfast was terrific. Omelet one morning, French Toast the next. The Stone's are great host, they make you fell at home. I really enjoyed my stay. On my next trip I plan to stay there again.
My friends and I visit The Inn at Mitchell House every year during duck hunting season in late January. Jim and Tracey, Mitchell House owners, always talked about how much fun Chestertown is during the summer months. We decided to take our significant others for an August visit. We were not disappointed. In addition to just relaxing and enjoying being at the inn, we booked a fishing charter, went on a river cruise, and saw some live music at a couple of beach pubs. The trip was very reasonably priced and a lot of fun. I highly recommend a visit any time of year.
We had a fantastic time! This is our third stay at the Inn at Mitchell House, and there are multiple reasons why we love staying there. Tracy and Jim are wonderful hosts. The rooms are super comfortable and clean. The breakfasts are delicious. The grounds are gorgeous and great for relaxing. Can't wait to go back! A hidden gem indeed.
I so enjoyed my stay at the Inn at Mitchell House. Tracy and Jim made me so welcome and the Inn is so beautiful kept will lots of antique furniture and items. And the breakfast was super yummy - see the French toast! I wish I could have stayed longer.
A group of friends met for our annual hunting trip & stayed at the Inn The worst meal we had was fantastic! Tracy Stone creates delicious meals using local ingredients, and serves them with a warm ambience. Jim Stone is a gracious host who made sure all our needs were met. If your travels take you to Chestertown, make it a point to stay at the Inn at Mitchell House, you won’t be disappointed.