Sandaway Waterfront Lodging Bed & Breakfast103 West Strand Road
Oxford, MD 21654
Phone 1-888-SANDAWAYEmailContact by Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.sandaway.com
Sandaway is a Chesapeake Bay getaway with eighteen bed and breakfast style accommodations in historic Oxford, Maryland. Explore the Chesapeake Bay and all the unique things the Eastern Shore of Maryland has to offer. We are indeed the “Land of Pleasant Living.” Guests staying overnight can choose between accommodations in the circa 1875 Sandaway Lodge and Sandaway's more modern River Rooms. Most B&B rooms at Sandaway are waterfront with private porches overlooking the Tred Avon River, Choptank River, and Chesapeake Bay beyond. Our large waterfront lawn and private sandy beach are great for relaxing.
Guests staying at our Oxford, MD bed and breakfast have many choices for things to do while on vacation. Three popular activities are very convenient. One, you can take the scenic car ferry across the river for a short-cut to St. Michaels (6 mile drive) and also enjoy the nearby towns of Tilghman and Easton. We call this “doing the loop.” Second choice is to drive 20 minutes to Cambridge and explore the famous Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. Third choice is to find yourself a lounge or adirondack chair at the Sandaway property to linger away the day watching sailboats, yachts and wildlife go by. After seeing a fabulous sunset, have a romantic or casual dinner at one of the many top restaurants in Talbot County and Oxford.
- Traveler's Cheques
- Gift Certificates
Coastal, Waterfront, Waterview, Small Town/Village
Onsite, Business Hours
- Free Onsite Parking
- Gardens on Property
"I stayed in one of the inn's summer cottages, with waist-high wainscoting, a step-up king bed, a screened porch overlooking the water and a polished white clawfoot tub in which I took bubble baths as often as I could."
"The 1875 Victorian mansion, set among mimosa and horse chestnut trees, is more secluded and its spacious rooms and suites are furnished with king- and queen-size beds. There is a sandy beach, where swimming is possible until mid-July, when the sea nettles arrive."
The New York Times
"... this is the place for a good old B&B getaway on the
Editor's Pick Concierge.com
"If you're seeking even greater solitude and room to be a porch potato..."
"You'll be equally impressed by its lovely waterfront location."
Conde' Nast Traveler
"Lots of porches, huge trees, and chaise lounges make this a comfortable retreat."
"It is a grand, Dutch colonial complex at the town's northwestern tip. Here, on two green acres with a private beach, guests can feel like latter-day Jay Gatsbys and Daisy Buchanans, sipping cocktails as the sun dips toward St. Michaels."
- Non-Smoking Rooms
Twin, Queen, King
- Air Conditioning
- Antique Furnishings
- Luxury Linens
- Private Deck
- Private Entrance
- Alarm Clocks
- Ironing Boards
All B&B rooms at Sandaway include a lite fare breakfast basket delivered to your door with the morning paper. Enjoy hot coffee, baked goodies, yogurt, orange juice, and fruit in the comfort of your waterfront room or porch. Walk to nearby restaurants in
- Complimentary Beverages
- Complimentary Snacks
- Early Coffee/Tea
- Antique Shopping
- Art Galleries
- Garden Tours
- Hiking/Nature Trails
- Historic Sites
- Horseback Riding
- State/National Parks
- Winery Tours
Sandaway can host your business or group event at our waterfront location in Oxford, Maryland.
- Family Reunion
- Onsite Catering
Weddings at Sandaway offer a romantic Chesapeake Bay setting in historic
Romantic wedding receptions are held inside the famous Robert Morris Inn, one half block from Sandaway. Have celebrity Chef Mark Salter prepare a truly memorable dining experience for your celebration. The
Wedding accommodations are provided by Sandaway with eighteen bed and breakfast rooms. A further sixteen wedding accommodations can be added at the
Please contact Sandaway's wedding coordinator Wendy for availability. Wendy can also answer your questions and send you a list of wedding vendors servicing the Eastern Shore of Maryland in Saint Michaels,