We've stayed in Cape Charles before on our way north/south via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge/Tunnel but decided to try another one of the B&Bs in town. We totally enjoyed meeting Bruce & Carol and hearing of their experience as inn owners and some history behind Cape Charles and the Cape Charles B&B. The room we were assigned was nice and served us well. Breakfast was great and filling as well. We even enjoyed meeting Mr Kitty when HE decided to introduce himself. Dinner was in town at the Irish pub where we had a excellent Sheppard's Pie. Following dinner, we took our cameras to the beach for some sunset picture taking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recepients of the Governor's Award and as seen on HGTV. Escape to romance and comfortable elegance in a small Victorian town on the Chesapeake Bay where you can enjoy beach fun by day and stunning sunsets in the evening.Guest rooms with sitting areas, individual climate control, private bathrooms, some with Jacuzzi. Afternoon wine-down with handcrafted Boursin cheese, sumptious gourmet breakfasts. Rent a golf cart to discover quaint shops, town harbor, galleries and restaurants. Visit near-by boutique wineries and taste their award winning wines. For the more adventurous, consider a wine tour by kayak. Discover the tucked away gardens of Eyre Hall, beleived to be the oldest coutinuously maintained garden in Virginia. ... more less