A Day at Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond is the prettiest and coziest hotel I have ever been to. It’s so beautiful that for the whole time that we were doing our tour of the property, I’ve been mentally planning a holiday there with the Greek Mister for next year.

Since I came to the US, I have been on the lookout for charming and small cities around my Mom’s place. Being in the East Coast, it isn’t so hard as the area’s been dotted and blessed with numerous small, charming and historic cities. I came across Talbot County at the Eastern shore of Maryland and immediately fell in love with it. The whole place is surrounded by water and as you may well know, water can make any place even prettier. 🙂

St Michaels, Maryland

As I have only a day to spare, I needed to know the best places to go in that county and what I shouldn’t miss. Who’s better to contact to know all these but the tourism board of Talbot County itself? I was immediately assisted and was given all the information I needed and the bonus part was, they connected me to the people of Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond in St Michaels, Maryland. Yay!

One Friday morning, my sister and I embarked on a 2-hr road trip to St. Michaels Maryland. You can’t ignore the charm and the laidback atmosphere of the town as soon as you enter it. I’m not a big fan of big cities and this place for me is a slice of heaven.

St Michaels, Maryland

We were met by the very hospitable and informative Alexis as soon as we arrived. I love how she’s very passionate about her work which made me like the property even more. The hotel exudes charm and a personal touch that no other branded hotel can ever make you feel.

Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

I love that no two rooms will be identical – you can stay here numerous times and always get a different experience. The colonial-styled rooms all offer a balcony with a view of the beautiful grounds of the property and the lake. Your vacation mode will be automatically switched on as soon as you walk into one of their rooms.

Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

The whole expanse of the property is surrounded by well-manicured lawn which extends to the waters of Maryland’s Eastern shore. Alexis mentioned that during the warmer climates, there will be a lot more flowers and greenery surrounding the place. Too bad that it was winter when we went there. She also told us that parts of the movie “The Wedding Crashers” were shot here, I’m not really a big fan of that movie but I can definitely see the property’s potential to be a movie location. It’s a very photogenic place with a postcard worthy scenery in every way you turn!

Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

After the tour, we had lunch at Stars restaurant where I had the most amazing crab cake sandwich! Maryland is famous for its crabs and for the 4 months that I’ve been here – the crab cake sandwich at the Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond was my first in Maryland and I’m certainly glad that it was. They ruined it altogether for me though as my mind is now set for a very high standard of crab cakes. :p

Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

My sister had the rock fish which was their catch of the day and was equally amazing! Our waiter Wayne was entertaining and very attentive in a non-intrusive way. He was also very passionate of what he does and I realized that it’s very rare for people these days to actually love what they do. Meeting two people who are happy with their jobs in the same company definitely gives you an idea of wonderful it is to be here.

I’m not sure if its the beautiful surroundings which gave me a euphoric feeling of being in their property or maybe the chef put something on my crab cake to make me feel that way. Whatever it is, I loved this place and I am definitely going back there for one whole weekend for the summer.

Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond

A huge thanks to Cassandra of Talbot County and the lovely people of Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond (Kristen, Rachel, Alexis and Wayne).

Disclaimer: My tour of Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond was a personal trip of my sister and I. I was not paid nor commissioned to write this piece however, lunch was offered complimentary but we didn’t find out about it until the end of our meal. 🙂 As always, opinions expressed here are my own. All photos are taken with gopro hero4 and iphone5.

And now I leave you with a very amateurish video of our Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond experience.


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  • Cassie @ Cass Travels May 1, 2016 at 09:44

    What a gorgeous inn, it looks like something out of my finest New England dreams!! You’re so lucky that you can travel with your sister! Mine is a 12 hour flight away so weekends like this are a little tough 🙁

    • Pinay Flying High May 2, 2016 at 11:49

      Well my sister is actually 14 hours away from me. Lol. This trip happened when I was on a holiday in the US. 🙂

  • Pinay Flying High April 30, 2016 at 13:28

    Ohhhh yes! You should definitely stay in this place whenever you’re in the area. 🙂

  • Pinay Flying High April 30, 2016 at 13:27

    I do love water, any forms of water in a place makes it more beautiful in my eyes. :p

  • Bailey K. April 29, 2016 at 06:25

    I love charming places like this, although I’ve never stayed in one that’s so huge! I’ve seen them a lot, though. My dad is from the area and I love it up there.

    • Pinay Flying High April 30, 2016 at 13:22

      Oh that’s great if you’re dad is from the area, you’ll have time to visit this place. 🙂

  • Monica is The Wanderlusteur April 28, 2016 at 22:59

    The crab cake sammy looks delish! And I love classically traditional inns. We have quite a few of these in the Niagara-on-the-Lake region if you ever come up to Toronto – it’s a winery region nearby, perfect to step away from the city sights for an overnight trip.

    • Pinay Flying High April 30, 2016 at 13:23

      Oh I love classic traditional inns definitely. I will take a note of that area whenever my travels lead me to Canada. 🙂

  • Kevin Wagar April 28, 2016 at 19:22

    This place is so classically quaint. Lovely grounds and fantastic rooms. The food looks incredible too!

  • Danielle Des April 28, 2016 at 16:43

    This is such a charming inn. I loved the gazebo out in the back and that it’s surrounded by water. They were also so nice to offer you a complimentary dinner.

    • Pinay Flying High April 30, 2016 at 13:24

      I think that area with the gazebo would look much better during spring or maybe even fall. 🙂

  • Tales of travelling sisters April 28, 2016 at 15:43

    Love the view of the gazebo by the lake, so romantic!! And you girls soo pretty 🙂

  • Shayan Naveed April 28, 2016 at 07:43

    Although the place looks absolutely magical, I don’t think I can stay here longer than a night. I get very antsy living in isolated places for too long. I guess I am a city boy or a beach dude lol I need crowds but not too much of a crowd either. I also need something to do at all times. Can;t just sit around or walk about aimlessly.

    This is surely a nice place for a romantic getaway for a night away from troubles and the hustle bustle.

    • Pinay Flying High April 30, 2016 at 13:26

      Hahahaha! I do get what you mean because my sister is exactly like you. While I can easily see myself stay there for even a full week, she said she can’t possibly survive in this place for more than a weekend. Lol. Just like you, she’s city girl. :p

  • Laura @ Grassroots Nomad April 27, 2016 at 22:27

    This looks like something from a movie! And that crab sandwich looks delicious. I would love to visit this inn and have a wonderful weekend relaxing 🙂

  • Beaucoup de Soleil January 8, 2015 at 18:55

    Love how thorough you write. Im inspired! Xx

  • Carol schierbaum January 5, 2015 at 20:15

    We love the inn. From the minute we drive up the beautiful driveway till we have to depart down the same road, we feel relaxed, happy and excited to be there. Although we don’t go as often as we would like, we cherish each and everyday. Loved your report!

    • Pinay Flying High January 5, 2015 at 21:20

      It definitely is one of a kind. I wish I can go back too as often as I’d like. 🙂

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