We had a wonderful dinner, filet mignon smothered in mushrooms cooked perfectly - medium rare. My friend had the crab cake and the bread pudding for desert. All were perfect. We were seated in the downstairs pub. Two huge fireplaces which must be awesome in the winter. And the story of the tunnel under the pub which possibly was used for smuggling. A ghost of a former owner upstairs. Really cool. The inn is also located on a creek - Kings Creek - which leads to the Chesapeake Bay. We will return!
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