Views for miles, lovely grounds, and a great nights sleep! Highly recommend a visit and stay. Thoughtful amenities in the room and on the grounds. Very quiet, peaceful and restorative. The town of Oxford charms and delights around every turn.
The room was super comfy with a delightful shower and a standalone bath! The porch was great for sitting in, reading, and enjoying the view of the river (day and night). So relaxing! Walking around the area was great with many cafes nearby. Loved it!
We had a lovely time staying here! The porch was amazing, parking was easy, and the room was comfy, lovely, and very clean. We even got cute welcome bags, which we loved! It was right near Robert Morris Inn Restaurant, which was also wonderful!
We were thrilled to discover the colonial town of Oxford MD (est. 1683) and the Sandaway Suites, just 2 hours drive from our home. The experience of being in both goes together. Our stay at the Sandaway was delightful. Our lower floor room was spacious and comfortable. The views and sunset were breathtaking, unobstructed even from our bed. The owners (Wendy and Ken and son Ben) were friendly and helpful. We ate at almost every place in town, all were great. We particularly enjoyed Pope's tavern with Chef Scott and his wife Jeanne and son who served an exquisite menu and, on short notice, customized the most delicious cheesecake for my wife's birthday. If you are looking for a Club Med experience, go to St Michaels; if you are looking for a relaxing time in a friendly, peaceful, waterfront, rich historical town, got to Oxford and stay at the Sandaway. Ramsey and Rita M.…
I with 10 other family friends decided to get together at the Sandaway beach a bed and breakfast, located on the eastern shores of Maryland. Right from the calling for the booking, the owner Wendy Gibson was very helpful and enthusiastic about making special arrangements for us. WE arrived at the Facility which is situated across from a beautiful beach. The rooms were very clean and comfortable with all the usual room amenities you see in chain hotels. Mr. Gibson greeted us as we arrived and gave us a tour of the facility. Wendy Gibson provided us with exclusive use of the parlor room which came in handy when we wanted to meet as a group. The outdoor lawn, beach chairs made our stay very enjoyable. We would go to this resort again thanks to Wendy and Mr. Gibson for keeping this property so inviting and making our two night stay most enjoyable…
We were part of a group of 11 who spent three days at the Sandaway in mid October. We were impressed by the beauty of the water front as soon as we stepped out of our car. We had a room with its own screened in porch facing the river. We enjoyed having our morning tea sitting on the porch. Sandaway is not a regular hotel with a lounge or a restaurant on site. The décor is cozy old English style and could stand refurbishing. The Robert Morris Inn is within five minutes walk. Oxford itself is a small town. We made a day trip to St. Michaels which is close by. If you are looking for a quiet getaway to a place offering water views and natural beauty this is the place. The Covid-19 restrictions imposed some limitations to the service.
Sandaway was the perfect spot for a relaxing getaway. Our room was spotless and was an eclectic mix of comfortable old and new furniture with every modern convenience. We had a private screened porch right on the water. Gorgeous sunsets. Helpful proprietors are on site. Sandaway is truly ideal for a peaceful retreat.
We originally booked a stay over the summer but had to leave early due to a family emergency - I reached out to the owners to see if they would be willing to accommodate a refund. Even if they didn't have to do this, Wendy responded so graciously, and mailed us a gift certificate to rebook with a personal note. Their son, Ben, the inn keeper was very responsive as well when I asked for activity recommendations once we finally rebooked and made our trip happen in the fall. I appreciate how close to the city this is for a quick getaway. The views were the highlight - I enjoyed being able to watch the sunset with a bottle of wine. There wasn't much to do in Oxford but St. Michael's was an easy drive away. It was a perfect trip to just unwind over the weekend. My only complaint was that the room we ended up staying in had a bit of a moldy smell. The original room we checked into didn't so I'm hoping it was just a fluke! Although a bit pricey, we truly appreciate the personal accommodations and customer service that was extended to us. It was great to explore a different part of Maryland!…
Yes, the house is old, but what can one expect if it was built in 1875? My husband and I had a great time at the Sandaway. The views are magnificent. We are thinking about making this an annual trip. It was quiet and very peaceful. The rooms are very, very old, but for two nights it worked for us. We walked around the area and it appears that Sandaway had one of the better outdoor spaces and better view. I highly recommend this place.
( Cant wait for the Sandaway Spin ) ..Bed was fine. View was very Nice. Thats where the niceness ends . Room had a humidifier that was constantly running and needed to be emptied by yours truly a few times a day, Staff??? What Staff?? Your on your own here folks. I should be compensated for emptying the humidifier 6 times. Room smelled like mold and my wife got up several times during the night. Finally gave up opened the door and shut off the humidifier. Do not visit Oxford on a Tues or Wed, They pull up the sidewalks and there is only 1 Overpriced restaurant open. Latitudes . Paid 28.00 for 1 stinkin small crab cake. Ouch! This is not worth 618 for 2 nights. Should have received a refund