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April 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond in Saint Michaels, Maryland

Meander through the Woodland Garden under a canopy of old magnolia, holly and cypress trees. Sit on a teakwood bench surrounded by sweet peas and roses, listening to the cardinals sing. Float in a heated infinity pool. Step aboard the historic HM Krentz skipjack to help dredge for oysters. Dine by the fireplace on St. Michaels imperial crab cakes with butternut squash and heirloom cranberry bean stew.

Location of Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

308 Watkins Lane, 21663, Saint Michaels, Maryland

Nearest Airport: BWI

Amenities for Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

  • General Information
  • 78 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Gardens
  • Personal Trainers
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • Satellite Television
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Private Verandas
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Luxury Hotel Games

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 17 hours ago

When a hotel promises a luxury experience and charges a price commensurate with such a promise, the bar is set high. And while we had a perfectly lovely two night stay at the property to celebrate our anniversary, it was just wasn't worth the money. My biggest issue was with the room. We were in room 11, which is a King with water view on the ground floor. Because the windows had plantation shutters, we only had two options: closed shutters for privacy or open shutters with everyone being able to see when they walk by (our room was the first one next to reception and the main walk). Thus, there was really no view even though we had a water view room. None of the windows were operable so we could not get fresh air unless we opened the door to the patio, but then there would be no privacy. The bathroom had one cheap pedestal sink that I have purchased at the Home Depot for $150 and a tiny shelf above it so there was no room for our toiletries. Strange design choice given that there was ample room for a 48" vanity, and another piece of furniture could have been provided for counter space. The ONLY mirror in the entire room was in the bathroom, so there was no way for someone to put on makeup or dry hair if the bathroom was occupied. Such a missed opportunity as there could have been a mirror over the desk or a full length in the wardrobe. The shower/tub had glass covering 1/3 of the tub length only so there was water on the floor every time we showered. Also, there was no light in the entryway which was quite dark. There were no movie options on the TV, so we had to stream Netflix on our laptops. The fridge cabinet door mysteriously would not stay closed on the second day and kept blocking the narrow path to the other side of the room. We informed the front desk but nothing was done so we had to fashion a closer with a hanger. Also, the bathroom door would scrape the floor every time we tried to close it making a horrible noise. This was not addressed either, but I suspect that would have been a bigger project. How utterly disappointing and embarrassing for my fiancé who wanted to make this a special getaway. The service was good but nothing out of the ordinary. I will say that the food (both breakfast and lunch) were both very good though the oysters from the pub looked a bit anorexic. Frankly, the best on-property experience was the wine tasting run by Chance. He was terrific and the wines were quite good. I did not see the spa or gym but did enjoy borrowing the bikes for a few rides during our stay. I believe the couples massage would have been $400 and we could not bring ourselves to pay in St. Michaels prices that are higher than even at a Ritz or St. Regis. This was my third time to St. Michaels and, to be honest, I was not that impressed. It's cute, but I would have been bored if the stay had been more than 2 nights. Cute houses, mediocre shops, some good restaurants. Bistro St. Michaels was excellent and we loved the table on the front porch. Blue Heron coffee was good too - great price on the coffee with frothed milk but don't expect a latte as they do not have an expresso machine.

minhnvu2014 - Alexandria, Virginia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We wanted to surprise our girlfriend for her 50th birthday with a spa treatment and what better place than Linden Spa. Miracle was able to schedule all of our appointments at the same time and followed up with securing any details we needed to make this moment special. When we arrived Miracle was there to greet us and give us a brief tour. Each of us had amazing massages and therapist - Donna, Katie and Natalie. We were able to bring in cupcakes and the spa provided the sparkling cider. After our treatments Miracle and Katie surprised the birthday girl with the cupcakes and sparkling cider. The staff at Linden Spa provided five-star service. This place is a well hidden gem and I would highly recommend this as a day trip or getaway at their amazing inn. I have previously stayed on property and received the same impeccable treatment. This is a must stay.

Jayjbee - Annapolis, Maryland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Stayed for one night at the Inn. The grounds and the view from the hotel are beautiful. The restaurant in the hotel is very good but expensive. We really enjoyed the breakfast and afternoon tea. If you go in the off season there is not a lot to do. One night was fine, and we had a good time. I think we would have been bored had we stayed a second. I was very disappointed in the service at the hotel. Given the price and how the Inn market's itself, I expected a better customer experience. We booked a couples massage in advance and showed up to the spa to learn they never made our reservation (despite the fact that I had an email confirmation). Every hotel makes mistakes, however, it's the way they handle the mistakes that's important. We had to cancel our plans the following day to reschedule the appointment. Never received a call from the Spa Manager or the Hotel Manager to apologize. Did not comp the treatment the next day. In addition, the spa is very worn, the chairs in the relaxation room are all peeling and in need of repair. They look like chairs your grandfather would have in his apartment and refuses to throw away after 20 years. The small touches can make or break an experience at a hotel and the Inn at Perry Cabin failed in this regard. For the price they are charging, the service should be of a much higher quality.

lucyvonclaystein - Arlington, Virginia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful room, recently renovated, water view and a fireplace. Outstanding spa (deep tissue massage was excellent) but book early. Daily free activities including wine tastings. Staff is very courteous and attentive to your every need. Excellent restaurant (Stars) with a great breakfast menu with a spectacular water view. Pet friendly with dog bed, water bowl and menu.

Lisa S - Harleysville


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This place somehow manages to combine quaint and charming with luxury and splendor. If you are used to high end luxury hotels, but need a rural respite from the city, and find most inns and B&Bs not up to your standards, then this place will not disappoint in terms of the rooms, the grounds, and the service. Only downside is that the food in the restaurants is a little heavy and overpriced since its a relatively captive audience, so go into town for food if you feel like leaving the property.

Y D - Washington DC, District of Columbia


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