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All reviews the main house eastern shore pocomoke river ocean city assateague island home fries eggs cooked to order wonderful hosts nice swimming pool very comfortable room fresh fruit private porch b bs yacht club room river house beautiful property each morning
We spent a week at the River House, using it as home base for exploring the area--including Chincoteague, Assateague, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, all of which are within easy driving distance. Our accommodations were great, with a well-supplied and large room. The breakfasts were more...More
This was our first stay at a bed & breakfast. We were coming for The Chesapeake Celtic Festival in Furnacetown. We arrived Friday afternoon and were greeted like old friends. Our room was perfect. We were given lots of info about local restaurants within walking...More
This property is worth a drive to Snow Hill, just to stay here and enjoy life. We were treated like family (in a good way), had a very comfortable room in this historic house, and wonderful made to order breakfasts. Our hosts were absolutely the...More
I am late getting to this, but I feel compelled to put in a rave review. This was our first trip to the Eastern Shore of Maryland. We were looking for someplace small and quiet (e.g., not Ocean City) where we could relax at night...More
Response from RiverHouseInn1, Owner at River House InnResponded August 27, 2018
We are so glad that you enjoyed your stay, and look forward to seeing you again!
Dwayne & Rick
My wife and I stayed here and had a wonderful time. The hosts were so friendly that many of the guests were repeat customers. It is rare for a b&b to have a pool, so we really appreciated that amenity during the warm days. The...More
Response from BessieGreenberry | Reviewed this property |
Besides seeming to denote a sense of scale and exclusivity, the word aligns the facility with a tradition of full-service care - you, your horse, your carriage, your servants were provided food and shelter. Inns often were... More
Besides seeming to denote a sense of scale and exclusivity, the word aligns the facility with a tradition of full-service care - you, your horse, your carriage, your servants were provided food and shelter. Inns often were the only public place a traveler could get food and shelter, often the only place a villager could enjoy food, drink, and a room all in one - the other public social center for the village other than the church or mosque. All those functions split apart into hotels, taverns, pubs, restaurants though now they are often back under one establishment. The word has a rural connotation, but think maybe it's from the Crusades - from the Ottoman word "han" - less comprehensive than a caravansary, more like the Japanese inn or ryokan.
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