A Intimate Victorian Style Inn on Dogwood Harbor -In the Quaint Village of Tilghman
Leaving the posh confines of St. Michaels, cross the drawbridge to Tilghman Island and look for the country store on the left. Turn down Gibsontown Road, and you’ll see a shy sign on the right that identifies the Chesapeake Wood Duck Inn. You have arrived in another world, with the slow, serene lifestyle enjoyed by the residents of this remote Eastern Shore fishing village, located in the Chesapeake Bay.
Inside the charming Victorian-style inn, expect a warm welcome from hosts Kimberly and Jeffrey, who have restored the 1890 structure to an intimate hostelry sitting on a beautifully landscaped property with six guest rooms and a small cottage overlooking scenic Dogwood Harbor. Their modest but thoughtfully decorated Inn featuring the original art by Maureen Bannon has attracted accolades from afar, ranging from the New York Times, the Washington Post, Good Morning America to AAA and Mobil.