Inn at Perry Cabin

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The Inn at Perry Cabin is a historic hotel that was built by Samuel Hambleton in the early 1800s. Hambleton called his home “Perry Cabin Farm” when he retired to St. Michaels in 1816, and designed the north wing of the manor house to resemble Commodore Perry’s cabin on his flagship, the USS Niagara. Today, the Inn at Perry Cabin is a boutique 78-room resort, combining historical architectural features with classic American design and a celebrated nautical identity. Casually elegant yet luxurious, the resort destination provides guests with sweeping views of the Miles River, world-class amenities, and true unrivaled hospitality.

Inn at Perry Cabin Resort Overview

A top luxury destination in the Mid-Atlantic, Inn at Perry Cabin is an intimate waterfront resort nestled along the Chesapeake Bay in St. Michael’s, Maryland.

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Discover the Classic Motor Museum, the Cannonball House, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, and the 1879 Hooper Strait Lighthouse steps away.

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Discover the Greek Revival-style architecture of the Inn at Perry Cabin.

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Explore The Cannonball House.

Experience

Experience the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.

Taste

Taste some wonderful Maryland seafood while lounging by the water.

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