The Inn at Perry Cabin: Casual Luxury on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Imagine waking up to the pristine waters of the Chesapeake Bay, with shorebirds announcing the start of the day as oystermen head out to ply the water. Small towns with centuries of history and timeless charm dot the inlets of the bay and with a slower pace of life it’s easy to see why the Eastern Shore of Maryland has an enduring appeal. Home to watermen and artists, farmers and transplants looking for a more relaxed pace; life here is tied to the water and no place embodies the best of the Chesapeake Bay like the Inn at Perry Cabin.

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A Waterfront Getaway at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

The more of the Bay I see the more I want to explore every inlet, every waterway and every town. It was this desire to know all things Chesapeake Bay that brought me to the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay in Cambridge, Maryland.

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The Loews Annapolis, a luxury hotel in the charming historic district of Annapolis.

Chesapeake Bay luxury at the Loews Annapolis

Annapolis, Maryland has all the ingredients necessary for a great getaway; charming streets filled with history,a thriving restaurant scene and a prime location on the Chesapeake Bay all make for a perfect weekend break. Since I was in town for an event I was thrilled when my friend recommend I stay at the Loews Annapolis.Having recently stayed at the Loews Madison in Washington DC I knew I was in for a treat, the Loews brand focuses on easy luxury with a taste of the local destination.Located a few blocks from the bustle of Main Street, the Loews Annapolis is within walking distance of many of Annapolis’s best restaurants and popular sights but is quiet enough to be a true retreat to return to at the end of the day.

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One Great Weekend: Annapolis, Maryland

Charming cobblestone streets, a prime location on the Chesapeake Bay and centuries of history make Annapolis a great destination for a relaxing weekend trip. Located less than an hour from Washington DC, Annapolis is popular both with politicos looking to escape the Beltway hustle and with visitors to the U.S.Capital who want to experience the mid-Atlantic beyond the National Mall. While you may know Annapolis as Maryland’s state capital did you know it also briefly the capital of the United States in 1783? That is just one of the secrets I found in this captivating town by the bay.

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