Each Saturday morning at 10 am, our horticulturalist leads tours around the property, sharing the history of the Inn and its gardens while pointing out unique flora and offering tips you can take back and use in your own garden.
Dubbed the “Goodnight Kiss” by Dye himself, the 16th, 17th, and 18th holes of Links at Perry Cabin were designed to “remain in the golfer’s mind long after the round is over,” just like a goodnight kiss on the first date.
Nestled on 26 acres of forest and farmland along the beautiful Miles River, Inn at Perry Cabin steeps you in the essence of Maryland's Eastern Shore. The property, which began as a farm after the War of 1812, is a resort that combines casual luxury with the delights of an escape to the Eastern Shore.
Adventurous guests can sail the Miles River to the breathtaking Chesapeake Bay or visit our neighbors at Philips Wharf, a non-profit oyster farm that is helping restore the estuary and serves our guests the freshest, tastiest oysters imaginable. Landlubbers can explore our gardens or hop on a bicycle and tour beautiful, historic St. Michaels.
Guests who play tennis can volley on our classic, green-clay Har-Tru courts, and golfers can challenge themselves on our new 18-hole, Pete Dye designed course. By evening, Inn at Perry Cabin blossoms into the region’s social hub where guests and locals gather for intimate occasions and joyful celebrations.
If you'd rather exercise your palette, we have an ever changing menu of fresh, seasonal produce, locally-raised meats and poultry and, of course, the day’s catch from the bay. All of it is simply prepared and subtly seasoned with herbs from our own gardens so that the local flavors of the Eastern Shore can shine.
Inn at Perry Cabin’s ultimate gift to guests is true relaxation. From our spa to our shoreline, our staff shoulders every worry and takes care of every request.
Awards & Accolades
The Most Beautiful Hotel in Maryland, Architectural Digest - 2017
#1 Resort in New York State and The Mid-Atlantic, Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards - 2017
Best Resort in Maryland, Condé Nast Traveler - 2017
4 Star Hotel and 4 Star Restaurant, Forbes Travel Guide - 2017
Best Hotel in Maryland and one of the Top Hotels in the World, Travel & Leisure - 2017
WEDDING SPECIALIST & DIRECTOR OF CATERING/CONFERENCE SERVICES
Laura Wang 443.258.2233
How To Get Here
The resort is easily accessible by air. Baltimore-Washington International Airport is 90 minutes’ drive away. Reagan National Airport (Washington DC) is less than two hours’ away. For private charters, Easton Municipal Airport is only ten minutes from the Inn at Perry Cabin.
Driving From Washington, DC:
Take US-50 East approximately 80 miles to MD-33 West. Then proceed along 33 West for about 10 miles. 308 Watkins Lane will be on your right-hand side. Please note that you will cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, which requires a toll.
Driving From Baltimore/BWI:
Take I-97 South approximately 50 miles to US-50 East. Follow Rte. 50 over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (toll required), past the Queenstown Outlets and to MD-33 West. Then proceed about 10 miles. 308 Watkins Lane will be on your right-hand side.
Driving From Philadelphia and New York:
Follow I-95 South and take exit 1A onto US-301 South. Continue along US-301 South/US-50 East for approximately 70 miles to MD-33 West. Then proceed along 33 West for about 10 miles. 308 Watkins Lane will be on your right-hand side.
Flying by Helicopter:
Please contact us to arrange your arrival.
Transfers can be arranged via outside companies. Contact the hotel for details.
These prices are for one-way transfers. Rates do not include variable fuel surcharge, tax and gratuity, and are subject to change. Arrival options can be selected online at the time of booking.
There are several luxury chauffeur services available, also suitable for airport transfers.
Senate Sedan, Tel. 202-550-1777