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We stayed at the inn when we were attending a meeting which was held there. The large dining room set up was perfect to accommodate our meeting group. Rick & Dwayne were charming and accommodating hosts. The breakfast waffles are fantastic. We stayed in the...More
We were recent guests, staying in "The Baud" room. If you prefer modern accoutrements, this is not the place for you; but if you appreciate the Victorian, this one is everything you would expect in an historic residence. Our innkeepers could not be more accommodating...More
Guy says: Recently, myself and 7 of my friends had an outstanding weekend in and around Snow Hill, MD. We spent 3 days kayaking and camping and our last evening we found ourselves at the River House. We had reserved the Cypress House which is...More
Excellent location, amenities, and service only 30 minutes from Ocean City and Assateague Island. Rick and Dwayne were excellent hosts.
The breakfast is unlike any other B&B in which we've stayed. It's essentially order what you want every morning. The waffles are famous. I waited...More
After reading all of the glowing reviews we booked a long weekend getaway at the Riverhouse.
Unfortunately we couldn't stay. When we walked in there was a very strong smell of cigarettes throughout the common areas and even in our room.
If cigarette smell is...More
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Besides seeming to denote a sense of scale and exclusivity, the word aligns the facility with a tradition of full-service care - you, your horse, your carriage, your servants were provided food and shelter. Inns often were... More
Besides seeming to denote a sense of scale and exclusivity, the word aligns the facility with a tradition of full-service care - you, your horse, your carriage, your servants were provided food and shelter. Inns often were the only public place a traveler could get food and shelter, often the only place a villager could enjoy food, drink, and a room all in one - the other public social center for the village other than the church or mosque. All those functions split apart into hotels, taverns, pubs, restaurants though now they are often back under one establishment. The word has a rural connotation, but think maybe it's from the Crusades - from the Ottoman word "han" - less comprehensive than a caravansary, more like the Japanese inn or ryokan.