Troella, the Innkeeper of My Fair Lady, blurs the lines between heaven and earth with her hospitality and cooking. I stayed at the Inn with my two girlfriends for a two-night stay. We stayed in the 1,000 square foot attic room, which was perfect us. I only wish we had time to play cards at the table in the tower room.
I was most impressed with how clean this Victorian home was! I owned and cleaned an old home and I know how hard it is to keep. This place was immaculate. Not a dustball or anywhere!
I need to return to investigate all the lovely collections and paintings. The rooms were tastefully decorated with amazing antiques.
Our host treated us like queens. The breakfast was the best I had ever had. The baking was all done with gluten-free flours and tasty as well! We had a wonderful vegetable souffle, lobster and crab cakes, waffles and more.
We spent the day on Assateague Island at the beach. We saw some ponies! Then we took a ferry to the Red Roost and had a dinner that the Chesapeake Bay is famous for. I will miss Lucky, the cat.
I will have to go back!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking