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Whitehave Hotel in Maryland

One of the best kept secrets in Maryland is the Whitehaven Hotel. It is located on the eastern shore of Maryland, on the shore of the Wicomico River outside of Salisbury.

The property sits next to one of the last operating ferries in the state. The hotel is a historic landmark which was completely renovated after the building was saved from the wrecking ball in 1995.

My family recently spend a wonderful long weekend at the hotel which really is more a large bed and breakfast than hotel. The breakfast that was included was delicious and since we booked all of the rooms, it felt like being in one of our own homes.

There were bikes, kayaks, canoes and fishing gear at our disposal as well as a huge front porch complete with a hanging swing and rocking chairs in which to relax. Within a 5 minute drive was one of the best all you can eat crab restaurants on the shore, The Red Roost.

Wonderful seafood for all tastes. Overall, it was the best family reunion ever. I would recommend it highly. For more information go to: http://whitehaven.tripod.com/index.htm

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Dec 11, 2011
by: Emilyn at RV Travel with Kids

Will make a special trip to this attraction.Thanks so much for taking the time to tell us about your visit.We’re lucky to have you in our community. Stay in touch with our free family travel networking forum.

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