My husband and I stayed for 3 nights at the Watson House, believe what you read in the reviews... yes, some things can be as good as they sound! We stayed in the Bayview room, it was very clean and comfortable. Bob was very helpful in pointing out great places to eat and offering to even make the reservations for us, he also was able to tell us which tours were the best for seeing the ponies. The breakfasts were divine! With lots of variety and creativity, Carole's breakfast was a terrific start to the day! They offered us use of an annual parking pass for Assateague Island/ Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge so that we didn't have to pay the $8 parking fee. Also they offer the use of beach towels,beach chairs, and bikes. All in all our first stay at a B and B was everything we'd hoped it to be.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1898 in the Chincoteague Island style for the wealthy, the house features six bedrooms and seven baths. There is a light morning breakfast of home made breads, buttermilk biscuits, fruits, yogurts and such items. The location is downtown, near shops and restaurants. The Watson House is the closest B&B to the National Seashore on Assateague Island. Come enjoy our little piece of Paradise. ... more less