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Reviewed January 2, 2018

If you like a real farmstead breakfast, classy accommodations, animals and/or wine, you’re in luck. My partner and I recently stayed here for a country getaway New Year’s Eve. This multi-interest B&B is the perfect staging point for Eastern Shore adventures of all types. The proprietors are savvy with farm-to-table products, and are key players in the Maryland wine industry - all while being gracious hosts. I have stayed at many a B&B. . . this one is different, and highly recommended.

Date of stay: December 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Lee P
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crowfarm, Owner at Crow Farmstay B&B, responded to this reviewResponded January 4, 2018

We are so proud of what we have to offer. Your words are kind and greatly appreciated. Happy new year. Judy and Roy Crow.

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Reviewed October 29, 2017

My husband and I had a wonderful weekend getaway staying at Crow bed and breakfast!

The farmhouse is very quaint and the inhabitants very welcoming. Upon arrival we were greeted by Judy Crow, our host, her farm Labrador, Myrtle, and Curious, one of her house cats. We dropped our things off in our room and immediately walked over to the wine tasting room (a couple hundred feet away from the main house). The staff were very nice and let us stay past closing time while we finished our tastings. The wines were delicious and we made sure that each night we bought a bottle back to have in our room later. They also sell beef from their cows and farm-fresh eggs in the tasting room. You are welcome to walk around and visit the cows (there was a week old calf the weekend we stayed), the chickens, and miniature ponies.

We stayed in the Barn View Room, which although the smallest of the four rooms, was quite spacious. The room and bathroom (with tub) was very clean and provided all the amenities that you would expect (i.e., TV, WiFi, Hairdryer, bottled water, etc.) The bed and pillows were incredibly comfortable which in combination with the quiet of the farm made for sound sleeping.

Coffee and teas are set out in the morning starting at 7:00 am. If you go down early, before breakfast, you will find Curious waiting in the sun room for stroking. She took to my husband and settled herself on his lap each morning while he had his coffee. A sit-down farm-to-table breakfast is provided in the downstairs dining area starting at 8:30 am. Judy is a wonderful cook and breakfast was delicious! On our first morning we had yogurt and kiwi, berry smoothie, mini blueberry muffins, sauteed sweet potato; and a vegetable, ham, and cheese omelet. The second day's breakfast was a banana smoothie, a warm fruit and granola compote, medium-rare flank steak (from her cattle), a rosemary and root vegetable hash; and a tomato, feta, and vegetable frittata. We left stuffed! After Breakfast, Myrtle typically came around to beg for head and belly scratches!

Judy is a wealth of information about the surrounding community both in terms of activities and options for dinner. We walked around the small town of Chestertown during the day which is composed of art galleries, restaurants and coffee shops, boutique clothing stores, and a local distillery. On Saturdays there is a farmer's market in the center of town. You can also walk to the boat docks and on the weekend we stayed there were boat races. For dinner we visited a local Thai restaurant (Cafe Sado) and an excellent american restaurant (Barbara's on the Bay).

If you want to venture slightly further afield, there are two other wineries approximately 30 minutes north of Crow Vineyards, a nano-brewery (Bull and Goat) about 20 minutes south, and Blackwater distillery approximately 45 minutes south. The vineyard is also close to the town of Chesapeake, although we did not make it there.

Overall, we had a very enjoyable time and are already planning our next visit!

Date of stay: October 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank EmmaVCole
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crowfarm, Owner at Crow Farmstay B&B, responded to this reviewResponded November 7, 2017

It is a joy to share our family farm, home, and business with guest that really appreciate the rural area we live within. Your description could be in a travel guide, thanks so much for your kind and thoughtful words.
Cheers,
Judy Crow

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Reviewed February 14, 2017

Crow Farmstay B&B is excellent. Not only are they a class winery, but the B&B is also top notch. The rooms are roomy, clean and Roy & Judy are excellent hosts. Breakfast is also ALWAYS delicious. We love the peace and quiet. What makes it better is that you have a fantastic winery right there! Heaven.....

Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank MichaelY509
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Reviewed November 11, 2016

I had the quietest sleep of my life at this lovely, 19th century B&B, which is also a working farm, vineyard, and wine club. The B&B house was built in 1847 and sits on such lovely, spacious Kent County farmland. It's very near the historic Shrewsbury church, and just ten minutes north of Chestertown, off Highway 213. Angus cows graze outside your bedroom window, and the chickens that greet you when you drive up supply the eggs for the morning's breakfast. We stayed in the very smallest room, which was still quite spacious and comfy -- the other rooms were twice as large as ours, and all have gorgeous, wide-plank wooden floors. The place is a getaway secret for the cognoscenti -- the weekend we stayed, a Ferrari club convened at the farm, so there were high-end sports cars alongside the grazing black angus cattle!

Room tip: All rooms are quiet; the Barnview, which we had, is their smallest room but still quite comfy!
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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crowfarm, Owner at Crow Farmstay B&B, responded to this reviewResponded November 12, 2016

Live on the farm, vineyard, winery and farmstay B&B can at times feel very hectic to us. The visitors to our B&B or wine Tasting room always help us to recognize how important our work is on the farm. Thanks for noticing all our rural environment has to offer.

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Reviewed October 12, 2016

Judy and Roy are very warm and friendly hosts! As soon as my husband and I arrived Roy took us on his golf cart to see the chickens, miniature horses, and the newborn calf, which weighed 90 pounds! They also asked if we wanted to do a wine tasting when we arrived. I love their dessert wine! We bought a few bottles. For an extra charge Judy cooked a homemade black Angus stew with local root vegetables. I have never tasted such great beef that you did not even need a knife to cut because it was so tender! She also made a crab appetizer, salad with a fig balsamic dressing, and a brownie with rose wine ice cream. She is a gourmet chef! Breakfasts were just as tasty with fresh eggs from their chickens. We booked the pasture room which had a beautiful view of the green pasture and the pregnant black Angus cows. We were hoping one would be born while we were there. All the rooms have private bathrooms, but the bathroom for the pasture room was private but across the hall. The other two rooms had their bathrooms in their rooms. The decor of the house and room had many antiques and family heirlooms. The bed in the pasture room was extremely comfortable! Judy recommended stores in the area that sold local products, which we bought zucchini bread, dressings, olive oil, etc... from. Their dog, Mrytle, was so friendly and loveable! Staying there made me feel relaxed and I actually was able to forget about work. My only regret was that we were not able to stay longer!

Date of stay: October 2016
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